Younger children handle loss differently than older kids do. That’s why Links has something just for the younger set, offering elementary school-aged girls a variety of services.
This monthly publication is designed for girls in grades 2-8, and offers constructive, child-friendly insights through short stories, Q&A and more.
This new program offers our bas mitzvah girls a choice of three beautiful gifts, to be received during the week of their bas mitzvahs.
From a trip to Funplex to an art day to snow tubing, these events give girls a chance to connect with mentors and peers who understand them.
Girls in grades 2-5 meet weekly, with our social work intern, to have fun while developing and strengthening social and emotional skills and wellbeing.
If therapy is desired, we work to connect our girls with a therapist who will be the best fit for her, diligently researching and interviewing each professional before making the recommendation. If it’s not a perfect match, we’ll try again until it is.
Updated weekly, this hotline has stories, guest speakers, Q&A and more for middle school girls.
Located in Brooklyn, our library welcomes children & teens to a safe space where they can read, take out books, play games and work on craft projects together.