Spence-Chapin offers various programs, events and services that support adoptees to build community, navigate adoption-related issues such as identity and get resources to thrive in their lives.
The Modern Family Center's counseling services, groups, and kids programming offer a relational approach that accepts, celebrates, and helps complex families grow, heal, and build the lives they want.
The Korean Cultural Service NY (KCSNY) often has exhibitions, film screenings, and performing arts events at its New York building as well as at various locations throughout the city. Visit their events page for a calendar of upcoming events. Padak Of particular interest to Spence-Chapin Korea families with young children is an upcoming screening of Korea's version of Finding Nemo. The film will be screened next Tuesday, Jan. 29 at 7PM. Admission is free and the theater is easily accessible by subway. Visit the event page to find out more.
Open Stage KCSNY is also hosting a three-day series of dance exhibitions which fuse contemporary and modern Korean styles of dance. "Open Stage" provides a platform for artists and performing groups to showcase their talents to the public. The event will be held over three days, next Wednesday Jan. 30-Friday Feb. 1 at KCSNY.