Common Point Queens
Common Point Queens has opened a new HUB on Queens Blvd and 77th Street to help members of the community. For more information, check out their website. The HUB
They have many specialty programs for those under 24 who do not have a high school diploma.
Job Placement Assistance & Career Counseling, contact cweinstein@Commonpointqueens.org
Vocational training programs
Unemployment support programs:
SNAP (food stamps): enrollment, recertification, and mediation
Food Pantry: Commonpoint Queens provides a client-choice pantry to the community
Medicaid and other health insurance program: enrollment assistance
Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP): referrals for enrollment
Legal counseling referrals
Financial Counseling Clients with other needs are encouraged to contact us for assistance; we are happy to identify other resources based on the needs of our community.
For more information about the Work Supports Programs, please contact Susan Meza,
Coordinator, Work Supports Programs at (718) 268-5011 ext 118, smeza@Commonpointqueens.org.
Community ESOL classes smeza@Commonpointqueens.org.
Our Workforce Department is thrilled to be working with DYCD Workforce Connect and the DYCD Youth Employment Programs to present Advance & Earn, a unique new program for young people between the ages of 16-24 who are not currently working or attending school and live in any of the 5 boroughs of New York City.
LOCATION Workforce HUB (Elmhurst)
Young Adults (Ages 16-24)