All this month, Lantern has been honoring the history and identity of our clients and staff with Black History Month participatory events, art-making, and film festivals.
A new exhibition of work from MoMA's Community Partnership Program features Lantern clients from Brooklyn and the Bronx.
Lantern opened our first fitness centers nearly a year ago, supporting treatment of some of the most prominent health problems in our clients, including hypertension, diabetes, obesity, depression, anxiety, and substance use issues. Tony started using the Clover Hall fitness center as soon as it opened, and is a regular at fitness instructor and social … Continue reading On-site fitness centers a big hit with residents
Read about this event on dnainfo: Supportive Housing Residents Artwork to be Showcased at MoMA Brooklyn, NY – June 1, 2016 – A large-scale relief map artwork was unveiled at Lantern Community Services’ Clover Hall in Bedford-Stuyvesant today, created by a group of formerly homeless artists through a collaborative project with MoMA’s Community Partnership program. … Continue reading Bed-Stuy-inspired artwork by Lantern artists unveiled, to be displayed at MoMA
Lantern Community Services is delighted to announce the grand opening of new state-of-the-art Fitness Centers in our Clover and Audubon supportive housing sites. As of August 2015, the residents of these buildings are benefiting from convenient, onsite access to treadmills, stationary bicycles, weightlifting machines, free weights, foam rollers, strength classes, and other equipment and resources … Continue reading Lantern Launches Full-Scale Fitness Centers in Two Residences