The Peter Cicchino Youth Project works to interrupt the cycles of poverty and criminalization that prevent homeless and street-involved young people from living fulfilling lives free from discrimination, abuse, and oppression. Because up to 40% of homeless youth identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, or questioning (LGBTQQ), PCYP specializes in working with these young people. Through a unique blend of legal services, advocacy, case management, and community education, we work to ensure that homeless and street-involved youth have access to food, shelter, income, health care, legal immigration status, and education.

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Who We Work With

Individual donations are critical to sustaining PCYP’s work. Your personal gift will help LGBTQQ youth struggling on the streets of New York City to access free, respectful legal services in an environment that allows them to safely and comfortably meet their survival needs.

To donate now, click here.

Currently, there are no job openings at PCYP, however, we accept legal internship application for the summer and term-time internships.

PCYP is currently accepting applications from law students seeking legal internships for the summer of 2015.

Individual donations are critical to sustaining PCYP’s work. Your personal gift will help LGBTQQ youth struggling on the streets of New York City to access free, respectful legal services in an environment that allows them to safely and comfortably meet their survival needs.











Who We Work With

  • On any given night, there are between 4,000 and 8,000 homeless young people on the streets of New York City, up to 40% of whom identify as LGBTQQ.

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Need Legal Assistance?

Young people in New York City who are homeless or street-involved and under 25 years old can reach us directly by leaving a voicemail at 877- LGBT-LAW (877-542-8529) or by emailing pcyp@urbanjustice.org. All of our services are free of charge.

 

Community Resources

Resources and fact sheets coming soon. In the meantime, learn about PCYP’s Community Education and Oral History projects: