On March 30th, CPC’s Asian Child Care Resource and Referral (ACCR) held a fun-filled and informative luncheon and awards ceremony for the appreciation of family child care & early childhood champions at CPC’s Queens Community Center. A total of 53 licensed family child care (FCC) providers attended the event.
On Friday, February 15th, 2019 CPC Brooklyn Senior Services was joined by over 180 senior services community members, special guests, and elected officials to have dinner at Park Asia to celebrate the Lunar New Year, year of the pig.
On Saturday, February 9th, 2019 CPC Brooklyn Community Services held our Annual Lunar New Year Celebration at P.S. 310. Friends, family and community members from all around the neighborhood were able to stop by to enjoy the festivities as we ring in the year of the pig.
On Sundary February 10th, CPC Brooklyn Senior's performed a traditional dance at the Inauguration for Senator Zellnor Myrie. CPC Brooklyn's senior dance group was established back in 2013, this group consists of all senior services members, who are self taught and led by a volunteer ins
On Friday, December 14th, CPC Brooklyn Community Services hosted our monthly birthday celebration for all our December Senior members. In the spirit of the holiday season, our senior services team, brought in the holiday cheers by incorporating a seasonal/holiday theme to our party.
HIV/AIDS Services has officially change their program name to Community Health Services (CHS). CHS’s goals are to continue to enrich our community members’ lives through health programs and services that educate, inspire, and empower healthy outcomes.
Happy Thanksgiving from CPC Brooklyn Community Services to all our seniors. On November 19th, CPC Brooklyn Senior Services hosted a holiday luncheon for over 150 senior members at LaoJie HotPot. Our seniors were able to enjoy an All You Can Eat Hot Pot meal.
CPC will launch a social media campaign starting on November 5th to 30th to educate our community on the topic of HIV/AIDS prevention and testing, and to mobilize our community members to participate in HIV testing prevention.
CPC Brooklyn Community Services is excited to send our Congratulations to Judy! On October 22nd, 2018, Judy successfully passed the Naturalization Test and is on her way to becoming a U.S. Citizen, realizing a life-long dream.
CPC Brooklyn Community Services partnered with SUNY Downstate Medical Center's Asian Pacific American Medical Society (APAMS) to provide flu shots and Hepatitis B screening for our community member on October 20th 2018 at CPC's Brooklyn Community Center.
CPC Brooklyn Community Services along with our partners, NYU Langone Health and CAMS hosted a Hepatitis B seminar and screening today at CPC's Brooklyn Community Center located in Sunset Park on July 31st, 2018. 35 Community members showed up to the seminar and screening event.
Today we celebrated the last Spring session of CPC Brooklyn Community Services' Citizenship Class. CPC Brooklyn's Citizenship class is free for community members who wish to Naturalize and become U.S.. Citizens.
On Wednesday, May 9th, CPC Brooklyn Senior Services was joined by over 110+ seniors and special guests to have lunch at East Ocean Buffet to celebrate Mother’s Day. We'd like to give a special Thank you to Mr.
On February 22, 2018, Steve Mei, Director of CPC Brooklyn Community Services, received a Community Services Award from Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams' in celebration of the Lunar New Year. Steve was acknowledged for over 16 years of dedicated service with CPC. It was a won
GetCoveredNYC is an initiative started by NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio in 2016 to help all New Yorkers enroll in health insurance and have access to primary and preventive care. As of the close of Open Enrollment on January 31, 2018, over 2,267,000 New York City residents are now insured through
On Saturday December 16, 2017, CPC Queens Services for Families with Special Needs hosted a holiday party for the program's families, parents and participants. Over 100 people gathered to celebrate the Holiday season. Special guests that joined our celebration included: Councilman Peter Koo, Mr.
Mr. Lu Ping Jiang and Ms. Dang Ying Chen came to the United States in 2016 in search of their American Dream -- a fresh start on life with greater freedom, economic security and an endless supply of opportunities available for their young son.
On June 22, 2017 CPC and members of the Developmental Disability Interagency Partnership held a press conference to announce the first-ever Family Support Fair for Chinese-speaking caregivers of individuals with intellectual/developmental disabilities and Chinese-speaking self-advocating ind
On March 2, 2017, CPC announced the expansion of our free legal services in partnership with Immigrant Justice Corps, New York Legal Assistant Group, GMHC, MFY Legal Services and Advocates for Justice.
Access to affordable health care is an important part of a healthy community. During Congresswoman Nydia Velazquez's event on February 18, 2017, CPC spoke about the importance of access to affordable healthcare.
In collaboration with E-Son Media Production and WeChat USA, CPC has been working on a short film to bring awareness to the impact of HIV/AIDS and other Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs) on a traditional Chinese family and the community.
In our effort to end the HIV/AIDS epidemic, the Chinese-American Planning Council (CPC) has once again taken steps forward to help the community by collaborating with Mount Sinai to expand free sexually transmitted disease (STD) testing. The STD testing will cover some of the STDs commonly
CPC’s HIV/AIDS Services has partnered with Mount Sinai Hospital HIV/AIDS Program - Comprehensive Health Program - Downtown, to provide free HIV testing as a non-clinical testing site the first Monday of each month from 10am - 2pm (by walk in or appointment) as of June 2014.