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Ensuring Stable Housing for NYC Youth

Ensuring Stable Housing for NYC Youth

As you may have seen throughout the year, The Door is proudly celebrating 50 years of groundbreaking and impactful work empowering NYC youth to reach their fullest potential. Each month we are highlighting one of the many programs that make The Door a special place....

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Meet The Door’s 10 Newest Advisory Committee Members

Meet The Door’s 10 Newest Advisory Committee Members

We are excited to introduce you to the 10 newest members of The Door’s Advisory Committee. Advisory Committee members serve as ambassadors for the organization, helping to foster partnerships and raise support while volunteering their time and skills to strengthen The...

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Monkeypox: What You Need to Know

Monkeypox: What You Need to Know

UPDATED as of September 14, 2022 Monkeypox Symptoms & Transmission How To Protect Yourself and Others from Monkeypox (PDF) from NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (NYC DOHMH) What You Need to Know about Monkeypox If You Are a Teen or Young Adult (PDF)...

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CEO Statement on SCOTUS Decision

CEO Statement on SCOTUS Decision

The Supreme Court’s harmful decision not only flies in the face of 50 years of legal precedent and 50 years of codified reproductive rights, it has extensive implications for other crucial policy issues affecting the NYC youth communities we serve, including LGBTQIA+...

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Celebrate 2022 Pride with The Door

Celebrate 2022 Pride with The Door

The Door is excited to announce our placement in the 2022 NYC Pride March this Sunday, June 26th. We invite staff, members, and friends of our community to join us for the March – please let us know you are coming if you are bringing a partner/friend, and your t-shirt...

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Meet David Werber, Volunteer Attorney at The Door

Meet David Werber, Volunteer Attorney at The Door

In honor of The Door’s 50th anniversary this year, each month we are profiling the various programs and services The Door has provided to New York City youth since 1972. We recently wrapped up our annual legal event, Joining in Justice, which highlights the tremendous...

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Our 2021 Annual Report is Now Available

Our 2021 Annual Report is Now Available

We’re excited to share that our new digital and mobile-friendly Annual Report is now available. This year’s report demonstrates our community’s dedication to ensuring that all programs at The Door provide relevant, reliable support for the young people we serve,...

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Apply to Join The Door’s Advisory Committee

Apply to Join The Door’s Advisory Committee

The Advisory Committee offers individuals who are passionate about social justice work and youth development the opportunity to volunteer their time and talents to further The Door’s mission. In turn, Advisory Committee members help to raise critical funds, awareness, and volunteer support for our comprehensive and unique programming, serving as ambassadors for the organization and the young people we support.

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Virtual Membership Available Only Starting March 14-18

Virtual Membership Available Only Starting March 14-18

Membership will be available virtually only starting March 14-18. You will not be able to become a member in person that week but you can still sign-up by emailing membership@door.org or texting us at 929-357-0768. We’ll be back in person starting on the...

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Celebrating 50 Years of The Door

Celebrating 50 Years of The Door

2022 marks The Door’s 50th year. Over the last half-century, the world’s population has more than doubled, collectively, we live 7 years longer than we did then, and $1 in 1972 is worth $6.65 today. Attitudes about economic and social justice, sexuality, and...

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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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