Chosen by a committee composed of the past three years’ honorees, Athena awards are given to individuals demonstrated strengths in career excellence and leadership, community volunteer involvement and willingness to serve as a mentor.
New York Nonprofit Media presents the first ever Cause Awards 2016: honoring individuals, agencies, and philanthropists who this year have made a major impact on the most pressing human services issues of New York's nonprofit sector. Dr. Rod DiMotta is one of these recipients.
Please view this video which gives a brief overview of who Astor Services is as seen the eyes of families and staff.
In honor of his visit to the U.S., Astor staff members and children joined together to give a warm welcome to Pope Francis by sharing a message of charity.
Dr. Suzanne Button is interviewed on 98.1 WKZE. Contains helpful information for parents & family members with questions regarding mental health.
Astor's art program uses abstract expressionist art to help emotionally charged children release their emotions in a productive, confidence-building way.
Astor's Empty Chairs event highlights the painful impact of federal budget cuts on our communities' children due to the loss of Head Start funding.
Astor's Dr. Suzanne Button's essay describes why - and how - we must act now in order to help our at-risk youth, who face ever-growing challenges.
Astor's Dr. Paul Bulman provides a great overview of Astor's Community-based services, with an emphasis on Astor's Bronx programs.
Astor's Dr. David Crenshaw relates this very personal story of mental health issues in his own family.
Astor's Dr. Suzanne Button provides important information on the topic of Teen Suicide Prevention in this radio interview. Learn what you can do to help.
Astor's "Swing Into Spring," fundraising reception on Thursday, May 5th at the Millbrook Winery in Millbrook, NY, honored Assemblyman Marcus Molinaro with the Louise Marillac Public Service Award.
Magee Hickey, reporter for CBS 2 News, and colleagues from New York's television stations, sang in a Cabaret to raise funds for Astor's Lawrence F. Hickey Center for Child Development in the Bronx.
Coverage of Astor's Lawrence F. Hickey Center for Child Development and the Cabaret event that helps to raise funds and awareness to aid the center.
This WAMC Radio spot on a Hudson Valley teen suicide includes Dr. James McGuirk of Astor Services for Children and Families. Greg Fry reports. Airdate: April 12, 2011.
Over 1200 children and families had happier holidays in 2010 thanks to donors who took part in Astor's 2010 Adopt-A-Family program.
New York business leaders discuss the importance of early childhood care and learning to our current and future workforce.
This interview presents helpful information for parents and family members with questions about their children's behavioral and mental health difficulties.
Astor Services For Children & Families opens a new mental health center in the Bronx: Astor At Highbridge.
Astor's Dr. Paul Bulman discusses the topic of Teen Suicide Prevention in this WBAI radio interview. Learn the warning signs and what you can do to help.