Adult Skills Training
Child Services
Community Development Projects
Constituent Advocacy
Crisis Management
Health Education and Outreach
Heating and Energy
Housing Assistance
Immigration Services
Legal Services
Medical Coverage Access and Enrollment
Nutritional and Food Services
Public Benefits Access
Senior Services
Transportation Services

Social Services for Jewish Nazi victims have been supported by a grant from the Conference on Jewish Material Claims against Germany.

Thank you for visiting The United Jewish Organizations of Williamsburg and North Brooklyn, (UJO) was founded in 1966, as a Family Preservation Center, to help families in need living in the community of South Williamsburg. Today, the UJO serves and represents more than 50,000 community residents and 148 not-for-profits, charitable organizations and civic associations that serve the communities of Williamsburg, Clinton Hill and Bedford-Stuyvesant.

The United Jewish Organizations of Williamsburg and North Brooklyn, (UJO) serves as a provider of social and housing services, as well as public health, workforce development and community development services for the community in the greater Williamsburg area. We are a one-stop Family Preservation Center open to all. Our goal as a liaison to public agencies is to strengthen and nurture the growth of this community so that it may continue to contribute to New York City's diverse cultural fabric.

People who want to understand and apply for Government entitlement benefits and social services, including public housing, S8, Food Stamps, SSI, HEAP and more
People who want information and enrollment services in a managed care plan for Medicaid, Family Health Plus, or Child Health Plus
Senior Citizens and homebound people who require assistance
People who want to enroll in a career training program, learn computer and other work-related skills, or improve their English language skills
Federal, state, and city government agencies or private policy oriented organizations interested in working with the community
Community residents and developers who want information and assistance with developing and accessing low, middle and moderate-income housing in the community

The UJO makes its services available to all regardless of race, religion, creed, color, national origin, sex, age, disability, marital status, sexual orientation or political affiliation.

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