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Our integrated approach is unique and effective. Young people come to The Door for a wide variety of reasons, and we welcome them with a range of services and holistic approach. If we don’t have what that young person needs, we will find it.

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What We Offer

The Door is New York City’s premier youth development organization, providing comprehensive and innovative support for New Yorkers ages 12-24.*

Broome Street Academy Charter High School

Our on-site SUNY-authorized charter high school, Broome Street Academy, sets aside 50% of the seats in its incoming 9th-grade class for students who are transitionally housed or in foster care and offers a wide range of integrated support in collaboration with The Door’s programs.

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Our Impact

The Door’s success lies in our commitment to meeting young people where they are and providing them with the comprehensive and integrated services they deserve. Here’s our impact in FY22.

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7KNew York City youth served

4.1Kmembers engaged in 3 or more programs

90%college acceptance rate for BSA graduating seniors

5.7Kconnections through our text helpline

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Faces of The Door

We pride ourselves on the diversity of our staff and members, who come to us from all walks of life. They make The Door a place where the building blocks for strong futures begin to take shape.

Vaughn & the Arts: Embracing Self-Confidence

Vaughn & the Arts: Embracing Self-Confidence

Vaughn mastered numerous styles and secured a full ride to the University for the Arts in Philadelphia. “The Door helped me to not be afraid,” he said. “Now I know I can do anything,” says Vaughn.

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Renee McConey: Expanding Health Access & Partnerships

Renee McConey: Expanding Health Access & Partnerships

“I grew up in Brooklyn and have spent most of my life in the city. I’ve known about The Door since I was young, actually. I had neighbors who went, classmates—it’s always been here.”

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Renika & Career Paths: Drawing A Roadmap to Success

Renika & Career Paths: Drawing A Roadmap to Success

The Door’s internships are just the starting point for young people like Renika. Here they can also find support obtaining a High School/GED Diploma, enrolling in college, and obtaining a part-time or full-time job.

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Vanessa & Legal Services: Finding a Judge-Free Zone for NYC Youth

Vanessa & Legal Services: Finding a Judge-Free Zone for NYC Youth

Vanessa was initially shocked at how supportive and attentive The Door staff was, calling The Door “a judge-free zone.” To her relief, she received her green card within months, followed by a new job.

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Caroline & College Prep: Making Dreams A Reality

Caroline & College Prep: Making Dreams A Reality

“The Door has such a warm and welcoming environment, and I am grateful that I had a community and a support network that encouraged me to make my dreams become a reality.”

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Doctor Bob: Advocating for Quality Health Care

Doctor Bob: Advocating for Quality Health Care

The Door’s Adolescent Health Center was at the forefront of dealing with medicine’s emerging issues, sometimes before they even had a name. Dr. Bob and the Health Center have always been proponents of providing youth with accessible health care.

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Cheyne, Cam & Supportive Services: Brothers Finding Their Voices

Cheyne, Cam & Supportive Services: Brothers Finding Their Voices

“I learned a lot about expressing my opinion without judgment, and about doing my part to speak my mind to shed light on issues that affect me as young person that some of the others might not have known about,” Cheyne said.

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CEO Kelsey Louie's Mental Health Op-Ed Featured in NYN Media

CEO Kelsey Louie's Mental Health Op-Ed Featured in NYN Media

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Feb 26, 2024

CEO Kelsey Louie publishes an opinion piece in City & State NY's New York Nonprofit Media focusing on the severity of the youth mental health crisis in New York City.

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