Our doors are always open to neighbors in need
CLOTH programs serve more than 100,000 people annually. CLOTH assists individuals and families to dramatically improve their lives by providing a network of services designed to drive positive change and provide a holistic solution to the challenges they face. CLOTH provides services in the following areas: Affordable Housing, Wellness Programs, After-School Programming, Youth Employment, Workforce Development and Adult Education, Social Services, Food Pantry, and Small Business Development.
CLOTH’s Adult Education and Workforce Development (WFD) programs help community residents improve their language skills, secure employment, find affordable housing and obtain social services that address their mental and physical health needs.
CLOTH's Housing development is dedicated to preserving and developing the housing stock of the Washington Heights neighborhood for low-income families.
In collaboration with several community partners, CLOTH runs programs aimed at bringing mental and physical health equity to our neighborhood.
Growing and sustaining a variety of small businesses is important to our community's overall health. CLOTH provides support services to small businesses located between Broadway and St. Nicholas between 155th Street and 179th Street in Manhattan.
Proud founder of the Community Health Academy of the Heights (CHAH) and 65 years of comprehensive after school and summer camp services.