Our 4th Annual “Amazing Race”

At the end of August, our Young Adult Borough Center (YABC) students travelled around Staten Island to see exciting and interesting landmarks. The event was a way for students to build friendships and team spirit; as part of the week-long Work Readiness Boot Camp...

Congratulations to our Next Steps graduates!

NYCID, the New York Center for Interpersonal Development, will hold a graduation ceremony for their Next STEPS program, today,  Wednesday, July 20th, 2016 from 5:30-7:30pm at Oriental Plaza, located at 1845 Richmond Avenue, Staten Island, NY 10314.  Next STEPS:...

SIYABC Graduates of 2016

On Tuesday, June 28th, the 57 students of our Staten Island Young Adult Borough Center (SIYABC) program graduated. We are very proud of them for all their accomplishments during the program and wish them best of luck for the future. The students in the YABC program...

Second Annual Cesar Sanchez Run

    Earlier this month, on May 14th; the Second Annual Cesar Sanchez Tribute Run was held. He was a runner; football, basketball, baseball, and soccer player; basketball coach; and friend. He also wanted to one day run the New York City Marathon. We all remember Cesar...

This is NYCID

Many people ask what NYCID does. We help thousands of youths and adults in the community through mediation, training, after school programs, ARCHES, supervised visitation, and so much more. Take a look at this video for some examples of the way we strengthen...

After-School Program Update

In honor of Dr. Seuss’s birthday on March 2nd, older students of NYCID’s afterschool programs read  to the younger participants of the afterschool programs at PS 48. Adam Ortiz Eric Castillo-Esparza John Discar Three boys (8th Graders) from P.S./I.S. 48...

Join Us for Our 2016 Annual Benefit

Each year, the New York Center for Interpersonal Development helps change the lives of over 7,000 members of our community. Through our various programs, we assist children, parents, teens, young adults, and more to help build future leaders and a better New York City...