serving downtown NYC since 1898

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Phone: (212) 349-3724


The Music School

The Music School provides accessible and affordable music lessons in violin, piano, viola, guitar, and steelpan for children starting at age 4.5 and for adults. We offer music instruction to students with special needs on a case by case basis after an interview with the Music School Director. A new innovation offers children the opportunity to learn how to play steel drum.

Classes take place on Saturdays and select evenings during the school year. One month summer intensive lessons are offered to select students.

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253 South Street, 2nd Fl., New York, NY 10002

Tel: (212) 349-3724

​​​​​​​Behavioral Health

Hamilton-Madison House is the leading provider of behavioral health services for New York City’s Asian community.

Hamilton-Madison House provides culturally and linguistically sensitive individual and group counseling for Chinese, Japanese, Korean and Southeast Asian clients, PROS(Personalized Recovery Oriented Services), Asian American Recovery Services (for substance use disorder and addiction services), Gambling Prevention Program, and a Supported Housing program.

Outpatient Chinese, Korean, Japanese and South East Asian mental health clinics provide outpatient services that strive to maintain the mental well-being of community residents through culturally appropriate prevention and treatment of emotional and/or social difficulties including: diagnostic assessment, psychiatric and psychological evaluation, Individual, couple, marital, family and group therapy, psychosocial education and play therapy, medical management, 

community outreach, and professional consultation to service providers.

Medicaid, Medicare and other third-party insurance providers are accepted. A sliding-scale fee is available for those ineligible for health insurance.

Behavioral Health programs also provides training and internship opportunities for graduate students in social work, mental health counseling, and psychology. Specifically, the  APA-accredited Doctoral Clinical Psychology Internship  participates in the APPIC Match annually and has been APA-accredited since 2015.

PROSpect Place
PROSpect Place provides personalized recovery oriented services (PROS) to help individuals with mental illness to attain recovery, achieve goals, integrate with their community, and live a fulfilling life.

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Asian American Recovery Services
We offer treatment for addictions in six languages and seven dialects. We offer drug, alcohol, gambling-addiction treatment, and a full suite of co-occurring counseling services.

Medicaid, Medicare and other third-party insurance providers are accepted. A sliding-scale fee is available for those ineligible for health insurance.

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AARS Internship/Volunteer Opportunities

Immigrant Services

Hamilton-Madison House strives to alleviate poverty in the community by providing non-English speaking residents with English language, computer, and career skills. These services help community members become active in local business, community and their children’s academic and social lives.

The Chinatown and Korean Resource Centers work to empower the community and promote community stability by offering case management, referral services and public education programs.

The Chinatown Resource Center partners with other community groups to co-sponsor important community events and on-going services.

These include legal assistance, health screenings, financial counseling, case- management services to help local residents negotiate the complex and bureaucratic system of accessing benefits; application assistance and advocacy, walk-in services including translation services and completing forms, information and referral to legal, housing and other social services, public education workshops and adult ESL and computer classes.

Family Child Care

Family Child Care coordinates licensed, home-based family child care for children between the ages of 2 months and 5 years old.

One objective is to recruit, train, and support family child care providers to develop and maintain a safe, nurturing, educational, and high-quality child care environment in their homes.

Early Childhood

Hamilton-Madison House offers a variety of childcare options for children between the ages of 2 months and 6 years old.

The mission is to foster the healthy development of children through the holistic provision of early childhood education, health services, nutritional assistance, and social services to families.

The (Early-Learn) programs include Head Start and Child Care Centers.
Youth Development

Hamilton-Madison House offers Youth Development programs for children and teens that provide students with life-enhancing activities that develop life skills to handle everyday stresses effectively and to prepare them for future responsibilities at school, work, and home. Math and literacy clubs as well as brush painting take place on Saturdays.

Senior Center

Hamilton-Madison House provides a variety of senior programs and centers that strive to minimize isolation and depression by helping seniors continue to live as active members of the community.

The programs and centers serve more than 6,000 seniors who range from 60-90 years old and who speak eight different languages and dialects. Hamilton-Madison House also provides caregivers and families caring for seniors with resources, information and support to assist their loved ones.



Hamilton-Madison House provides opportunities to all ages in the community. See how you can participate in our services today!