Harlem Car Seat Safety Training

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Harlem Car Seat Safety Training

Hosted by the Harlem Neighborhood Health Action Center

By NYC Center for Health Equity & Community Wellness

When and where

Date and time

November 29, 2022 · 1:30pm - June 20 · 3:40pm EST


East Harlem Neighborhood Health Action Center 158 East 115th Street New York, NY 10029

About this event

FREE Car Seat Safety Training

  • Tuesday, February 7.
  • Tuesday, February 21.
  • Trainings in English (1:30 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.) and Spanish (2:40 p.m. to 3:40 p.m.).
  • Please arrive 15 minutes before training starts.

For more information and to request accommodation, email HarlemFWS@health.nyc.gov.

Event Sponsors:

The Harlem Neighborhood Health Action Center hosts a variety of programs and activities focused on the health and wellness of Harlem residents. Our clinical partners also offer primary care services. The Action Centers are part of the City's effort to promote health equity and reduce health disparities in the neighborhood.

NYC Department of Transportation’s Office of Safety Education and Outreach offers vibrant workshops, publications and trainings. Helping parents, families and caregivers reduce injuries and keep children safe in New York City's traffic environment and at home.

Interpretation services are available upon request. Please submit requests no later than 72 hours before the event to HarlemFWS@health.nyc.gov.

可应要求提供口译服务。请在不晚于活动开始前的 72 小时提交要求至 HarlemFWS@health.nyc.gov。

Se dispone de servicios de interpretación previa solicitud. Por favor, envíe su solicitud como mínimo 72 horas antes del evento a HarlemFWS@health.nyc.gov.

Interprétation disponible sur demande. Veuillez soumettre vos demandes au minimum 72 heures avant l'événement à HarlemFWS@health.nyc.gov.

About the organizer

The NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene’s Center for Health Equity & Community Wellness uses an anti-racism and place-based approach to improve the health and well-being of New Yorkers.

Our mission is to reduce and minimize unfair exposure to risk and to advance health justice and social change.

Our vision is for every New Yorker to live in a thriving neighborhood with fair access to resources that support a healthy community.

Visit our Neighborhood Health Action Centers to learn more.