Kamal and his family live in Lantern housing. Kamal is the oldest child in his family, and this fall, will be the first to attend college in his family. Lantern's Education Services Manager first met Kamal during New York Cares Winter Wishes when he turned a simple request into a creative and fun poem. Since then, he … Continue reading Kamal: A College-Bound Success Story!
Lantern Community Services has extensive onsite employment and educational services to foster independence, community connections, and economic self-sufficiency for the formerly homeless individuals and young people we serve. Lantern uses an evidence-based approach called Individual Placement and Support (IPS) to help clients enter or rejoin the workforce. Over the past year, the number of clients … Continue reading Shinita Succeeds with IPS
Lantern Community Services is super excited to walk run dance at AIDS Walk New York on May 20th! Find out more about Team Lantern - and donate to fight end AIDS and support those living with HIV/AIDS at our team's site: https://ny.aidswalk.net/Lantern #AIDSWalkNYC
After a one-year USDA Planning Grant to design the Food 4 Life program, an eight-week cooking series focused on healthy, cost-conscious recipes and nutrition lessons, Lantern was honored to be awarded with USDA Community Food Project grant for four years of classes and culinary field trips for Lantern’s residents! Food 4 Life classes kicked off … Continue reading Food 4 Life Winter classes launch!
SHARE THE JOY OF THE HOLIDAYS Give a Gift Lantern Community Services champions the independence and well-being of New Yorkers who are impacted by or threatened with homelessness. The families we serve struggle on very low incomes, and many of our youth don’t have families to turn to at all. With your help, we’ll make sure that … Continue reading SHARE THE JOY OF THE HOLIDAYS
Applications for Stardom Hall now closed.
On June 2nd, Lantern Community Services held our first public performance: MOBILIZE. The event premiered a new dance piece, Mobilize, choreographed and directed by Eryc Taylor Dance (ETD), and an original short film, Self > Selfie, made possible through a community partnership with the Museum of Modern Art. Self > Selfie explores how we curate our images for public consumption … Continue reading Lantern in the News
28-year-old Lantern supportive housing resident Danielle Hawkins has published her debut novel, Scandalous.
Lantern is delighted to announce that Eric Rosenbaum will join the organization on April 17th, 2017 as Chief Executive Officer of both Lantern Community Services and Lantern Organization.
When Doreen moved into Lantern's Prospero Hall, her diabetes and high blood pressure were being exacerbated by the fact that she wasn't eating properly. Fresh Food Box changed that.