HAUP is Back in Brooklyn

Monday, June 12, 2017
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Haitian-Americans United for Progress (HAUP) formally introduced today its satellite office in Brooklyn, NY. The new office, located at 1760 Nostrand Ave (between Ave D and Clarendon Ave) is just a heartbeat away from the center of Haitian community activities.  

HAUP has for years provided services in Brooklyn that have benefitted over 400 people. These services include two after-school programs, respectively at P.S. 241 in Crown Heights and P.S. 189 in Brownsville. A total of 300 children benefit from these programs.

Additionally, HAUP provides a variety of services to the developmentally disabled in Queens, Brooklyn, Long Island and the Bronx. The Brooklyn caseload is comprised of about 85 individuals who will be in closer proximity of the staff assigned to the Brooklyn office.

Let us note that HAUP's servicesare offered to any eligible resident of the boroughs in which it operates. They are not limited to Haitians.

The new office will open its doors to the public on July 11, 2017. Hours of operation will be from 10am to 6pm.

In addition to the aforementioned services HAUP's menu of direct services will include:

1.     Legal Immigration counseling and assistance

2.     Special Needs Services

3.     Certified Translation Services

4.     Notary Public Services

5.     ESL classes beginning September 2017, and

6.     Educational workshops for example on immigration and domestic violence.

 

For additional information, call HAUP at (718) 527-3776.