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2022 Marks The Door’s 50th Year

2022 Marks The Door’s 50th Year

  The vision for The Door began in response to the rising rates of disconnection and disaffection in New York City. A small group of 12 professionals- medical providers, psychiatrists, lawyers, educators, social workers, and artists- came together to express...

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Winter Weather Advisory for Friday, January 7

Winter Weather Advisory for Friday, January 7

Weather Advisory, Friday, January 7: The Door's Soho and Bronx locations will remain open today, with limited services available. Please visit our COVID updates page for information on how to connect with our programs. To keep our community as safe and healthy as...

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Happy New Year from The Door!

Happy New Year from The Door!

It’s 2022! We can’t wait to find new ways to connect, heal, learn and grow, and to come together. Click here to learn more about our programs and services and get connected to our dedicated staff!

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TIME Magazine features The Door’s Legal Services Center

TIME Magazine features The Door’s Legal Services Center

Image by Julia Kuo of The Marshall Project Rachel Davidson, Managing Attorney, Policy and Special Projects, The Door and Laila Hlass, Law Professor, Tulane Law School published a collaborative report, “Any Day They Could Deport Me”, highlighting the devastation the...

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Support NYC Youth this Winter Season

Support NYC Youth this Winter Season

Help us keep our community safe and warm this winter season. When you purchase an item through The Door's Amazon Wishlist, you’re ensuring NYC’s youth stay warm, get connected, and feel supported. Click here or the image below to view our wishlist.

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Any Day They Could Deport Me

Any Day They Could Deport Me

In this report, we illustrate the costs of the SIJS backlog to directly impacted children, child welfare agencies, as well as to legal services providers, immigration agencies and the courts. Lastly, we offer recommendations to end the backlog.

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Giving Tuesday 2021

Giving Tuesday 2021

We are so humbled by the generosity of our community on Giving Tuesday 2021, and the many ways people chose to show their support—whether resharing our posts on social media, telling a friend about our work, or making a contribution.From all of us at The Door, thank...

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The Door’s Community Cookbook

The Door’s Community Cookbook

 'Tis the season of giving! Although The Door community is unable to share collective physical space for our annual holiday gatherings this year, our staff has come together to create a community cookbook.We hope you enjoy our staff's favorite recipes and hope you...

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The Door Partners with Optimist on Five Years North Documentary

The Door Partners with Optimist on Five Years North Documentary

The Door is proud to have been chosen by Optimist as the impact partner for their award-winning documentary, Five Years North, a coming-of-age story of Luis, an undocumented Guatemalan boy who arrives in New York City alone. Throughout the film, we observe Luis as he...

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Meet The Door’s Advisory Committee

Meet The Door’s Advisory Committee

The Door is pleased to introduce the inaugural members of our Advisory Committee. Comprised of individuals who are passionate about social justice and youth development, The Door’s Advisory Committee will help to raise awareness and support, as well as foster...

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Stay Connected With The Door

Stay Connected With The Door

Hey Door Community, we're experiencing some technical difficulties with our main phone line. If you would like to get in touch with our programs, you can call us directly at the numbers listed below. We appreciate your patience and will post more updates soon. Health...

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Announcing The Door’s Advisory Committee

Announcing The Door’s Advisory Committee

An exciting new committee to help raise critical funds, awareness, and volunteer support for The Door’s social justice work. Read on to learn more.  The Door is thrilled to announce the launch of its new Advisory Committee. In close collaboration with The Door’s...

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Learn more about Special Immigrant Status (SIJS)

Learn more about Special Immigrant Status (SIJS)

The Legal Services Center in partnership with the Center for Urban Pedagogy and designer Grace Han has created a new public information campaign seeking to expand young immigrants' access to legal representation and Special Immigrant Juvenile Status (SIJS). The...

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The Door seeks to expand young immigrants’ access to legal representation with new LinkNYC public information campaign 

The Door seeks to expand young immigrants’ access to legal representation with new LinkNYC public information campaign 

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Help fund summer success at The Door!

Help fund summer success at The Door!

The pandemic has impacted Door youth on almost every level of their lives, and we're committed to helping them recover. Join us today to ensure they succeed this summer and beyond.

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The Door & Broome Street Academy Welcome Kelsey Louie as CEO

The Door & Broome Street Academy Welcome Kelsey Louie as CEO

Incoming Chief Executive Officer Brings Extensive Leadership and Strategic Planning Experience After Successfully Leading Non-Profit GMHC NEW YORK, NY – The Door and Broome Street Academy are excited to welcome Kelsey Louie as their new CEO, effective June 28th. Louie...

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