Contacts and Resources

DOE Special Education Contacts

Here is a list of contacts that can help answer questions and resolve concerns about your child’s special education evaluation, supports, and services.

All Students

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Preschool-Aged Students

Students Moving to Kindergarten

Students in DOE District Schools Grades K-12

Students in District 75 Programs

Students Attending or Interested in Attending Specialized Programs

Students Not Attending or in Non-Public, Private, Parochial or Charter School

Transition and College Access Centers (TACs)

The TCACs support students with IEPs and their families through the transition from school to adult life. TCACs offer trainings, workshops and opportunities that provide the tools needed to plan for adult life. Contact the center in your borough or visit them for help.

Brooklyn

  • Address: Boys and Girls High School
    1700 Fulton Street, First Floor, Room G170
    Brooklyn, NY 11213
  • Phone 718-804-6790
  • Email: BKLYNTCAC@schools.nyc.gov

Bronx

  • Address: DeWitt Clinton High School
    100 W Mosholu Parkway South
    Room 150
    Bronx, NY 10468
  • Phone: 718-581-2250
  • Email: BXTCAC@schools.nyc.gov

Manhattan

Queens

  • Address: 90-27 Sutphin Boulevard
    Room 152
    Jamaica, New York 11435
  • Phone: 718-557-2600
  • E-mail: QNTCAC@schools.nyc.gov

Staten Island

  • Address: The Michael J. Petrides Educational Complex
    715 Ocean Terrace
    Building A, Room 204,
    Staten Island, NY 10301
  • Phone: 718-420-5753
  • E-mail: SITCAC@schools.nyc.gov

Other Transition Resources

Travel Training: A training that enables high school aged students with disabilities other than blindness to use public transportation and travel independently.

Contact: Steven Garcia at SGarcia12@schools.nyc.gov

Outside Contacts and Resources

This is a list of recommended resources and organizations outside of the DOE.

Advocacy and Help

City and Government

Events and Opportunities

Preschool and Early Childhood

Transition to Adulthood

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