The Community Resource Center (formerly the Hispanic Resource Center) is proud to announce that we have moved to our new building at 134 Center Avenue (previously the “CAP Center”) in Mamaroneck. Ushering in a new era of leadership with our recently appointed Executive Director, Milan Bhatt, and in our new building, we are eager to further enhance our services and programs and increase our overall presence in the community. CRC is also pleased to be housing the Head Start program and Larchmont Mamaroneck Hunger Task Force Food Pantry, stalwarts of the community for so many years. We hope that you will join us on September 16th for our Grand Opening in celebrating all that we have accomplished so far and the numerous partnerships, programs, special projects, and campaign victories that lay ahead! For more information or to become involved, please contact us at (914) 835-1512.


Hispanic Resource Center of Larchmont and Mamaroneck (now “CRC”) was founded in 1998 to promote the cultural, economic, educational and professional integration of immigrants to the already established larger community and advocates for those in need. We aim to provide the tools to prepare new immigrant families to become self-sufficient and active members of the community. Over our 17 years in existence, we have grown from a community initiative designed and acting as a clearinghouse of information and referral services, to an organization that provides comprehensive direct client services and programs. We provide a host of educational programs, case management and referral services and advocate for immigrants and low-income families in need. In the past year, we served an estimated of 3,500 adults and children in three primary areas: Case management / social services; Educational programs and workshops; and Worker Center -job placement for men and women seeking employment. Our vision is that through our own work and effective networking, the Mamaroneck community and Westchester County celebrates and benefits from its cultural and economic diversity.

Grand Opening of Community Resource Center