It is possible to contact any of the SNAP Centers in Brooklyn by phone. The numbers for the Coney Island location are 929-221-3611 and 929-221-3537. The East New York site can be reached at 718-827-3961 or 718-827-3444.Know More
The Fort Greene center's telephone numbers are 718-473-8510 and 718-694-8196. In North Brooklyn, call 718-398-5057 or 718-636-7046. Finally, the Williamsburg site is reachable at 718-963-5115 or 718-963-5140.
SNAP Centers provide the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, which used to be identified as "food stamps." Over 1.8 low-income New Yorkers are helped by SNAP. The program provides support for people to choose healthy eating options.Learn more about Social Services
The top two high schools in Brooklyn, New York, are Brooklyn Latin School and Brooklyn Technical High School. Both schools made U.S. News & World Report's Best High Schools in New York State list in 2014,ranking at numbers three and ten, respectively.Full Answer >
Schools that offer GED programs in Brooklyn, N.Y. as of 2014 include Brooklyn College and Medgar Evers College. In New York, the GED is more commonly referred to as the High School Equivalency (HSE) degree.Full Answer >
As of 2015, Target, Old Navy, Pathmark, Best Buy and Office Max are some of the major stores located in the Atlantic Center and Terminal Mall in Brooklyn. The shopping center is also known as the Atlantic Center and the Atlantic Center Mall.Full Answer >
As of April 2015, the five MetroPCS stores in Brooklyn, New York are located at Kings Plaza, the Barclay Center and the Fulton Mall, as well as in the Williamsburg and Flatbush neighborhoods. In addition, several dozen authorized dealers in Brooklyn sell MetroPCS cell phones and service plans.Full Answer >