We Improve Lives By
Strengthening Relationships and Building Community
Founded in 1970, New York Center for Interpersonal Development (NYCID) is a not-for-profit organization on Staten Island that promotes the improvement of human relationships and the strengthening of communities as fundamental to achieving a civil society.
The New York Center for Interpersonal Development (NYCID) held its first annual Walk-A-Thon last week to raise funds for their programs that help improve the lives of those in our community. Over 150 people came out to show their support at Port Richmond High School....read more
Mark your calendars for the Third Annual Cesar Sanchez Tribute Run, which will be held on May 13th. Cesar was a YABC graduate and a wonderful member of our community, taken too soon. A runner and an athlete, Cesar dedicated his time and energy to teaching local youth...read more
This month, the NYCID worked with Staten Island School for Civic Leadership (SISCL) to hold its first College and Career Fair. The event brought over 400 students together with members of the community. This Fair was a part of the NYC Dept. of Education’s College...read more
SI YABC is the only program of its kind in our community. Since 2005, it has helped 1,000 students get their high school diploma. And each one of these students needed help. Many were over 17 years old. Some were even 21 years old. Many only had 17 high school course...read more
Recently, a graduate of our YABC program contacted us with some great news. After struggling through high school, Ali had joined our YABC (Young Adult Borough Center) program; to get back on the right track and graduate. With the help of NYCID and members of the...read more