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Welcome to the All New Community Access Blog!

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Here’s the thing. Community Access either owns or operates over 20 buildings and 60 scattered site apartments throughout Manhattan, Brooklyn, and the Bronx. We have a youth program a few long home-runs away from Yankee Stadium, a job training center in the busy middle bit of Harlem, a mental health program for adults roughly four blocks from the East River near Williamsburg Bridge, an art workshop several blocks south of that, and a Pet Access initiative that promotes the many and varied benefits of responsible pet ownership.

That’s a whole lot of stuff going on, isn’t it? And pretty much just listing it all has taken me about 100 words to write, and you, what, about half-a-minute or so to read (not counting any time you might have saved by skimming – nothing personal, I know… just that you’re busy, and I really should be cutting to the chase round about now, instead of all this ambling).

The question is: how does such a big and widespread organization share the motley highlights of its work? The how, where, and why Community Access makes NYC an even better place to call “home” – from tenant stories to program updates, via info about special events, community gatherings, and much else besides.

Well, *here* is one way how. Welcome to the new and improved Community Access blog! Similar, at first glance, to a blog we’ve already had up and running, but, in fact, a corner of our website that now offers more and better ways for you to keep informed, get involved, and lead the conversation. As follows:

1. More writers. More topics. More often.

Over time, you’ll get to hear more and more perspectives on what CA is doingby the people doing it and as it’s happening.

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2. Comments and Discussion.

Have your say, any time you want (well, ok, as long as you’re respectful and polite).

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3. Sharing…

Share blog posts with family and friends on your own Facebook and Twitter pages with just one click of the mouse...

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4. …and Following.

…and easily click through to other parts of the web where CA can be found.

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5. Plus an Archive that Works Like a Library

Browse through old blog posts, conveniently archived both by subject and by date.

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…All of which, of course, is a longer way of saying, please bookmark www.communityaccess.org/blog and then keep on dropping by! You’ll always be welcome, and we’ll always be glad to hear from you.

(Meantime, feel free to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it if you’ve any blog-related questions, or ideas for future posts.)


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Comments (2)

  1. Good evening!
    I must say this is very refreshing1 This is the first time I have seen a human services agency take such pride in thier website's appearance. I really love the whole blog. It kind of gives me an insight into the whole agency, the mission, and how the clients are assisted. I get to see more than just a picture and a quote. I also love that the staff that assists in making the agecny what it is gets a chance to voice their views and opinions. I would love to obtain more information on how to become a part of such a wonderful place to work.
  2. when will the art coalition be open again? I assume it closed due to the storm.

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