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    100 Black Men of America, Inc.

    Organization that aims to improve economic and educational opportunities, and promote quality of life in all African-American communities. It provides education, health and wellness services, economic empowerment and leadership development.

    • Location: 105 East 22nd Street Suite 911, New York, NY, 10010
    • Phone: (212) 777-7070

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    100 Hispanic Women National, Inc.

    Seeks to empower Latinas through personal and professional advancement initiatives, networks, and events.

    • Location: 413 East 120th Street Suite 314, New York, NY, 10035
    • Phone: (646) 689-2260

    Employment

    ADAPT Community Network

    ADAPT Community Network provide programs and services that improve the quality of life for people with disabilities. Services: Education, Family Support, Employment, Health Care, Recreation

    • Phone: 1-877-827-2666

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    ASPIRA of New York

    Advocates for and provides programs for the education and development of Latino and Puerto Rican youth in New York City. Programs relate to graduation, college access, skill development, community service, and other enrichment activities.

    • Location: 15 West 36th Street, 15th Floor, New York, NY, 10018
    • Phone: (212) 564-6880

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    BRC Homeless Senior Services

    BRC provide caring and effective services and housing to vulnerable New Yorkers, serving more than 10,000 individuals each year. BRC operates 30 programs and services ranging from, outreach to the unsheltered homeless; transitional housing and shelter; permanent housing; substance abuse treatment; mental and physical health services; workforce development and senior services, throughout New York City.

    • Location: 30 Delancey Street, New York, NY, 10002
    • Phone: (212) 533-2020

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    Bronx Employment Works

    This center provides career advisement and preparation workshops to help Bronx and Manhattan candidates succeed beyond barriers to work that are common for individuals formerly acquainted with the criminal justice system.

    • Location: 369 East 148th Street, Bronx, NY, 10455
    • Phone: (917) 477-4418

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    Bronx Workforce1 Career Center

    Workforce1 is a service that prepares and connects qualified candidates to job opportunities in New York City. The service makes strong matches for both job seekers and employers that are hiring by using a unique combination of recruitment expertise, industry knowledge, and skill-building workshops to strengthen candidates’ employment prospects.

    • Location: 400 East Fordham Road, Bronx, NY, 10458
    • Phone: (718) 960-2458

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    Bronx Workforce1 Industrial & Transportation Career Center

    The center offers comprehensive career services and connections to high-quality employment in the industrial and manufacturing sectors. Workforce1 Career Centers are a proud partner of the American Job Center network. Please call 311 to contact this location.

    • Location: 14 Bruckner Boulevard, Bronx, NY, 10454
    • Phone: (718) 433-2727

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    Bronx Works - Grand Concourse

    BronxWorks helps individuals and families improve their economic and social well-being. From toddlers to seniors, we feed, shelter, teach, and support our neighbors to build a stronger community. Services Offered: Homebase Children & Youth Programs Family Programs Services for Seniors Immigration Services Eviction Prevention Homeless Services Chronic Illness Workforce Development

    • Location: 1130 Grand Concourse, 3rd fl, Bronx, NY, 10456
    • Phone: 718-508-3040

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    Bronx Works - Mott Haven

    BronxWorks helps individuals and families improve their economic and social well-being. From toddlers to seniors, we feed, shelter, teach, and support our neighbors to build a stronger community. Services Offered: Homebase Children & Youth Programs Family Programs Services for Seniors Immigration Services Eviction Prevention Homeless Services Chronic Illness Workforce DevelopmentBronxWorks helps individuals and families improve their economic and social well-being. From toddlers to seniors, we feed, shelter, teach, and support our neighbors to build a stronger community. Services Offered: Homebase Children & Youth Programs Family Programs Services for Seniors Immigration Services Eviction Prevention Homeless Services Chronic Illness Workforce Development

    • Location: 630 Jackson Avenue, 2nd fl, Bronx, NY, 10455
    • Phone: (347) 704-0001

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    Brooklyn Employment Works

    This center provides career advisement and preparation workshops to help Brooklyn, Queens, and Staten Island candidates succeed beyond barriers to work that are common for individuals formerly acquainted with the criminal justice system.

    • Location: 9 Bond Street, Brooklyn, NY, 11201
    • Phone: (718) 246-5219

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    Brooklyn Workforce1 Career Center

    Dedicated Veteran Specialist available to connect veterans and their spouses to training, jobs, and supportive services to meet your career goals while leveraging your military skills and experiences.

    • Location: 9 Bond Street, Brooklyn, NY, 11201
    • Phone: (718) 246-5219

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    Brooklyn Workforce1 Industrial & Transportation Career Center

    The center offers comprehensive career services and connections to high-quality employment in the industrial and manufacturing sectors.

    • Location: 140 58th Street, Brooklyn, NY, 11220
    • Phone: (347) 987-3834

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    CAMBA

    CAMBA is a non-profit agency that provides services that connect people with opportunities to enhance their quality of life. Services include: 1. Economic Development 2. Promotes economic revitalization with services tailored to entrepreneurs and job seekers 3. Education and Youth Development 4. Promotes literacy and learning for youth, adults and families 5. Family Support 6. School-based programs, adolescent pregnancy prevention, substance abuse and youth employment programs 7. Health 8. Complete range of services to affected individuals and families 9. Housing 10. Homelessness prevention, housing relocation, emergency, transitional, permanent and supportive housing 11. Legal Services 12. Free legal counsel and representation to low-income residents?

    • Location: 2244 Church Avenue, Brooklyn, NY, 11226
    • Phone: (787) 287-2600

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    CAMBA - Bedford-Stuyvesant

    CAMBA’s HomeBase homelessness prevention program provides a variety of homelessness prevention tools to assist families and individuals experiencing a housing crisis and are at imminent risk of entering the shelter system. HomeBase is the aftercare provider to those who have left shelter with a subsidy and those placed in NYCHA housing.

    • Location: 1958 Fulton Street, 2nd fl, Brooklyn, NY, 11233
    • Phone: (718) 408-5756 x37100

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    CAMBA - Crown Heights

    CAMBA’s HomeBase homelessness prevention program provides a variety of homelessness prevention tools to assist families and individuals experiencing a housing crisis and are at imminent risk of entering the shelter system. HomeBase is the aftercare provider to those who have left shelter with a subsidy and those placed in NYCHA housing.

    • Location: 1117 Eastern Parkway, 3rd fl, Brooklyn, NY, 11213
    • Phone: (718) 622-7323

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    CAMBA - Erasmus

    CAMBA’s HomeBase homelessness prevention program provides a variety of homelessness prevention tools to assist families and individuals experiencing a housing crisis and are at imminent risk of entering the shelter system. HomeBase is the aftercare provider to those who have left shelter with a subsidy and those placed in NYCHA housing.

    • Location: 2244 Church Ave, 4th fl, Brooklyn, NY, 11226
    • Phone: (718) 408-5766

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    CAMBA - St. George

    CAMBA’s HomeBase homelessness prevention program provides a variety of homelessness prevention tools to assist families and individuals experiencing a housing crisis and are at imminent risk of entering the shelter system. HomeBase is the aftercare provider to those who have left shelter with a subsidy and those placed in NYCHA housing.

    • Location: 120 Stuyvesant Place, 4th fl Suite 413, Staten Island, NY, 10301
    • Phone: (718) 282-6473

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    CAMBA - Tompkinsville

    CAMBA’s HomeBase homelessness prevention program provides a variety of homelessness prevention tools to assist families and individuals experiencing a housing crisis and are at imminent risk of entering the shelter system. HomeBase is the aftercare provider to those who have left shelter with a subsidy and those placed in NYCHA housing.

    • Location: 209 Bay Street, 1st fl, Staten Island, NY, 10301
    • Phone: (718) 226-0496

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    Center for Independence of the Disable (CIDNY) - Manhattan

    CIDNY’s offices in Manhattan and Queens provide benefits counseling, independent living skills development, direct services (e.g., housing assistance, employment-related assistance, healthcare access, peer counseling, nursing home transition and diversion, and youth transition), information and referrals, and recreational activities.

    • Location: 841 Broadway Suite 301, New York, NY, 10003
    • Phone: 1-212-674-2300

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    Center for Independence of the Disable (CIDNY) - Queens

    CIDNY’s offices in Manhattan and Queens provide benefits counseling, independent living skills development, direct services (e.g., housing assistance, employment-related assistance, healthcare access, peer counseling, nursing home transition and diversion, and youth transition), information and referrals, and recreational activities. All services are free.

    • Location: Suite 400 Kew Gardens, NY 11415, Queens, NY, 11415
    • Phone: 1-646-442-1520

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    Center for Independence of the Disabled, NY

    CIDNY is the voice of people with disabilities in New York City. The staff and Board include social workers, lawyers, and other highly qualified professionals, most of whom are people with disabilities. The staff all have a strong belief in self-determination and bring valuable life experiences and insights to their work.

    • Location: 841 Broadway, Suite 301, New York, NY, 10003
    • Phone: (212) 674-2300

    Employment

    Coalition for the Homeless

    The Coalition for the Homeless: advocacy and direct service organization helping homeless men, women and children.

    • Location: 129 Fulton St, New York, NY, 10038
    • Phone: (212) 776-2000

    Employment

    Community Options- Brooklyn

    Community Options, Inc. of New York City provide residential and employment support services to individuals with disabilities in all five boroughs of New York City and in Westchester County.

    • Location: 161-165 Woodruff Avenue, Brooklyn, NY, 11226
    • Phone: 718-940-8600

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    Community Options- New York City

    Community Options, Inc. of New York City provide residential and employment support services to individuals with disabilities in all five boroughs of New York City and in Westchester County. Services Offered: Residential Services Residential Placement Housing Individualized Residential Alternatives Individual Support Services Residential Habilitation Services After School Recreation Program Social Recreation Services Community Based Day Program Services Community Integration Counseling In-Home and Community Based Support Services Independent Living Skills Training and Development Supported Employment Services Service Coordination Medicaid Service Coordination Medicaid Waiver Services Intensive Behavioral Supports Advocacy Traumatic Brain Injury Services (HCSS/ILS)

    • Location: Empire State Building 350 Fifth Avenue Suite 5230, New York, NY, 10118
    • Phone: 212-227-9110

    Employment

    Comprehensive Development, Inc.

    Partners with four NYC public high schools to provide services to high school students and recent graduates to help them graduate high school and go onto college or the workforce. These services include college and career advising, legal, medical, and housing assistance, case management, and intensive tutoring.

    • Phone: (212) 353-2010

    Employment

    Cvmkr

    Resume Writing Services


    Employment

    East New York Workforce1 Career Center

    This center provides an array of career services for area residents, including specially designed workshops to serve out-of-school, out-of-work youth and individuals formerly acquainted with the criminal justice system.

    • Location: 2619 Atlantic Avenue, Brooklyn, NY, 11207
    • Phone: (646) 606-0301

    Employment

    El Clasificado

    Job Listings

    • Phone: (888) 277-4736

    Employment

    Flushing Workforce1 Career Center

    Free services offered at the network of Workforce1 Career Centers throughout the five boroughs include job listings, recruitment events, job search resources, veterans’ services, résumé and interview workshops, and training.

    • Location: 41-17 Main Street, Flushing, NY, 11355
    • Phone: (718) 412-0926

    Employment

    GMHC, Inc.

    The leading provider of HIV/AIDS prevention, care, and advocacy. Provides services in legal assistance, mental health, substance abuse, social services, workforce development, health insurance applications, rental support, financial management, housing, and more.

    • Location: 307 West 38th Street, New York, NY, 10018
    • Phone: (217) 367-1000

    Employment

    Goodwill NY NJ

    Goodwill NYNJ is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. They exist to uplift the local communities of New York and Northern New Jersey by using funds generated in our retail stores and donation centers to support employment opportunities for people with disabilities or other obstacles to employment.

    • Location: 4-21 27th Ave, Astoria, NY, 11102-4175
    • Phone: (718) 728-5400

    Employment

    Henry Street Settlement

    Henry Street Settlement Senior Center is a multi-lingual and multi-cultural center that has been serving the needs of the Lower East Side senior community for over 65 years by offering a variety of activities and social services.

    • Location: 334 Madison Street, New York, NY, 10002
    • Phone: (212) 349-2770 X 1205

    Employment

    Hire Latinos

    Resume Writing Services


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    Housing Works

    Housing Works mission is to provide safe, secure, and stable housing to homeless New Yorkers living with HIV/AIDS and/or other chronic health conditions.

    • Phone: (347) 473-7400

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    HRA Job Center - Bushwick

    HRA has a wide array of employment programs and services designed to help you find and keep a job in a variety of fields, as well as providing training, educational services, and other job support.

    • Location: 2 George Street, Brooklyn, NY, 11206
    • Phone: (212) 331-4289

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    HRA Job Center - Clinton Hill

    HRA has a wide array of employment programs and services designed to help you find and keep a job in a variety of fields, as well as providing training, educational services, and other job support.

    • Location: 495 Clermont Ave, Brooklyn, NY, 11238
    • Phone: (929) 221-1548

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    HRA Job Center - Concourse

    HRA has a wide array of employment programs and services designed to help you find and keep a job in a variety of fields, as well as providing training, educational services, and other job support.

    • Location: 1365 Jerome Avenue, Bronx, NY, 10452
    • Phone: (929) 252-8991

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    HRA Job Center - Coney Island

    HRA has a wide array of employment programs and services designed to help you find and keep a job in a variety of fields, as well as providing training, educational services, and other job support.

    • Location: 3050 West 21st Street, Brooklyn, NY, 11224
    • Phone: (929) 221-3856

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    HRA Job Center - Crotona

    HRA has a wide array of employment programs and services designed to help you find and keep a job in a variety of fields, as well as providing training, educational services, and other job support.

    • Location: 1910 Monterey Avenue, Bronx, NY, 10457
    • Phone: (929) 252-7310

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    HRA Job Center - Dekalb

    HRA has a wide array of employment programs and services designed to help you find and keep a job in a variety of fields, as well as providing training, educational services, and other job support.

    • Location: 275 Bergen St, Brooklyn, NY, 11205
    • Phone: (718) 636-2495

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    HRA Job Center - Dyckman

    HRA has a wide array of employment programs and services designed to help you find and keep a job in a variety of fields, as well as providing training, educational services, and other job support.

    • Location: 4055 10th Avenue, New York, NY, 10034
    • Phone: (212) 569-9627

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    HRA Job Center - East End

    HRA has a wide array of employment programs and services designed to help you find and keep a job in a variety of fields, as well as providing training, educational services, and other job support.

    • Location: 2322 Third Avenue, New York, NY, 10035
    • Phone: (212) 860-2749

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    HRA Job Center - East River

    HRA has a wide array of employment programs and services designed to help you find and keep a job in a variety of fields, as well as providing training, educational services, and other job support.

    • Location: 32-20 Northern Boulevard, Long Island City, NY, 11101
    • Phone: (212) 652-1551

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    HRA Job Center - Fordham

    HRA has a wide array of employment programs and services designed to help you find and keep a job in a variety of fields, as well as providing training, educational services, and other job support.

    • Location: 2541-2549 Bainbridge Avenue, Bronx, NY, 10458
    • Phone: (929) 252-3331

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    HRA Job Center - Hunts Point

    HRA has a wide array of employment programs and services designed to help you find and keep a job in a variety of fields, as well as providing training, educational services, and other job support.

    • Location: 847 Barretto Street, Bronx, NY, 10474
    • Phone: (929) 252-4352

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    HRA Job Center - Jamaica

    HRA has a wide array of employment programs and services designed to help you find and keep a job in a variety of fields, as well as providing training, educational services, and other job support.

    • Location: 165-08 88th Avenue, Jamaica, NY, 11432
    • Phone: (718) 523-2146

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    HRA Job Center - Richmond

    HRA has a wide array of employment programs and services designed to help you find and keep a job in a variety of fields, as well as providing training, educational services, and other job support.

    • Location: 201 Bay Street, Staten Island, NY, 10301
    • Phone: (929) 221-7915

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    HRA Job Center - Rider

    HRA has a wide array of employment programs and services designed to help you find and keep a job in a variety of fields, as well as providing training, educational services, and other job support.

    • Location: 300 Canal Place, Bronx, NY, 10451
    • Phone: (718) 742-3704

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    HRA Job Center - Rockaway

    HRA has a wide array of employment programs and services designed to help you find and keep a job in a variety of fields, as well as providing training, educational services, and other job support.

    • Location: 219 Beach 59th Street, Rockaway, NY, 11692
    • Phone: (718) 637-2144

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    HRA Job Center - Southern Brooklyn

    HRA has a wide array of employment programs and services designed to help you find and keep a job in a variety of fields, as well as providing training, educational services, and other job support.

    • Location: 35 Fourth Avenue, Brooklyn, NY, 11217
    • Phone: (929) 252-3514

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    HRA Job Center - St. Nicolas

    HRA has a wide array of employment programs and services designed to help you find and keep a job in a variety of fields, as well as providing training, educational services, and other job support.

    • Location: 132 W. 125th Street, New York, NY, 10027
    • Phone: (212) 666-4970

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    HRA Job Center - Waverly

    HRA has a wide array of employment programs and services designed to help you find and keep a job in a variety of fields, as well as providing training, educational services, and other job support.

    • Location: 12 West 14th Street, New York, NY, 10011
    • Phone: (212) 652-1551

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    Hunts Point Workforce1 Career Center

    Dedicated Veteran Specialist available to connect veterans and their spouses to training, jobs, and supportive services to meet your career goals while leveraging your military skills and experiences.

    • Location: 1029 East 163rd Street, Bronx, NY, 10459
    • Phone: (718) 542-6777

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    Indeed

    Job Listings. With Indeed, you can search millions of jobs online to find the next step in your career. With tools for job search, resumes, company reviews and more


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    International Rescue Committee

    Helps people whose lives and livelihoods are shattered by conflict and natural disaster to survive, recover and regain control of their future.

    • Location: 122 East 42nd Street, New York, NY, 10168
    • Phone: (212) 551-3000

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    Jobs NYC.gov

    Job Listings


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    Latino Deal

    Job Listings


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    Long Island City Workforce1 Career Center

    Workforce1 is a service that prepares and connects qualified candidates to job opportunities in New York City.

    • Location: 38-81 13th Street, Long Island City, NY, 11101
    • Phone: (718) 784-0877

    Employment

    Me voy al mundo

    Job Listings


    Employment

    Midtown Workforce1 Career Center

    Dedicated Veteran Specialist available to connect veterans and their spouses to training, jobs, and supportive services to meet your career goals while leveraging your military skills and experiences.

    • Location: 1250 Broadway, New York, NY, 10001
    • Phone: (646) 358-4747

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    Modelo Curriculum

    Resume Writing Services


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    Monster

    Job Listings. Monster is a global online employment solution for people seeking jobs and the employers who need great people.


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    New York City Anti-Violence Project (AVP)

    The New York City Anti-Violence Project (AVP) empower lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and HIV-affected communities and allies to end all forms of violence through organizing and education, and support survivors through legal counseling and advocacy.

    • Phone: 212-714-1141

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    New York Disaster Interfaith Services (NYDIS)

    NYDIS is a 501(c)(3) faith-based federation of service providers and charitable organizations who work in partnership to provide disaster readiness, response, and recovery services to New York City. Our mission is to inspire, connect and provide resources for New York City faith communities serving in disaster to create an urban environment of social justice for all.


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    NYC Department of Homeless Services (DHS)

    The New York City Department of Homeless Services (DHS) is an agency within the government of New York City that provides services to the homeless, though its ultimate aim is to overcome homelessness.

    • Location: 33 Beaver Street, New York, NY, 10004
    • Phone: 212-361-7900

    Employment

    NYS Department of Labor Flushing Workforce1 Career Center

    Workforce1 is a service that prepares and connects qualified candidates to job opportunities in New York City.

    • Location: 138-60 Barclay Avenue, Flushing, NY, 11355
    • Phone: (718) 321-6307

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    NYS Department of Labor Lower Manhattan Workforce1 Career Center

    Workforce1 is a service that prepares and connects qualified candidates to job opportunities in New York City.

    • Location: 75 Varick Street, New York, NY, 10013
    • Phone: (212) 775-3771

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    NYS Department of Labor MetroTech Workforce1 Career Center

    Workforce1 is a service that prepares and connects qualified candidates to job opportunities in New York City.

    • Location: 250 Schermerhorn Street, Brooklyn, NY, 11201
    • Phone: (718) 780-9200

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    NYS Office for People With Developmental Disabilities (OPWDD) - Bronx

    The New York State Office for People With Developmental Disabilities (OPWDD) is responsible for coordinating services for nearly 140,000 New Yorkers with developmental disabilities, including intellectual disabilities, cerebral palsy, Down syndrome, autism spectrum disorders, Prader-Willi syndrome and other neurological impairments. It provides services directly and through a network of approximately 650 nonprofit service providing agencies, with about 80 percent of services provided by the private nonprofits and 20 percent provided by state-run services. Once someone is determined eligible to receive services, they can begin the planning process. There are many support and service options available, including residential, employment, day habilitation, children’s services and aging services.

    • Location: 2400 Halsey St., Bronx, NY, 10461
    • Phone: 718-430-0757

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    NYS Office for People With Developmental Disabilities (OPWDD) - Brooklyn

    The New York State Office for People With Developmental Disabilities (OPWDD) is responsible for coordinating services for nearly 140,000 New Yorkers with developmental disabilities, including intellectual disabilities, cerebral palsy, Down syndrome, autism spectrum disorders, Prader-Willi syndrome and other neurological impairments. It provides services directly and through a network of approximately 650 nonprofit service providing agencies, with about 80 percent of services provided by the private nonprofits and 20 percent provided by state-run services. Once someone is determined eligible to receive services, they can begin the planning process. There are many support and service options available, including residential, employment, day habilitation, children’s services and aging services.

    • Location: 888 Fountain Ave., Bldg. 1, 2nd Floor, Brooklyn, NY, 11239
    • Phone: 718-642-8576

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    NYS Office for People With Developmental Disabilities (OPWDD) - Manhattan

    The New York State Office for People With Developmental Disabilities (OPWDD) is responsible for coordinating services for nearly 140,000 New Yorkers with developmental disabilities, including intellectual disabilities, cerebral palsy, Down syndrome, autism spectrum disorders, Prader-Willi syndrome and other neurological impairments. It provides services directly and through a network of approximately 650 nonprofit service providing agencies, with about 80 percent of services provided by the private nonprofits and 20 percent provided by state-run services. Once someone is determined eligible to receive services, they can begin the planning process. There are many support and service options available, including residential, employment, day habilitation, children’s services and aging services.

    • Location: Address: 25 Beaver St., 4th Floor, Manhattan, NY, 10004
    • Phone: 646-766-3220

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    NYS Office for People With Developmental Disabilities (OPWDD) - Queens

    The New York State Office for People With Developmental Disabilities (OPWDD) is responsible for coordinating services for nearly 140,000 New Yorkers with developmental disabilities, including intellectual disabilities, cerebral palsy, Down syndrome, autism spectrum disorders, Prader-Willi syndrome and other neurological impairments. It provides services directly and through a network of approximately 650 nonprofit service providing agencies, with about 80 percent of services provided by the private nonprofits and 20 percent provided by state-run services. Once someone is determined eligible to receive services, they can begin the planning process.

    • Location: PO Box 280507, Queens Village, NY, Queens, NY, 11428-0507
    • Phone: 718-217-6485

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    NYS Office for People With Developmental Disabilities (OPWDD) - Staten Island

    The New York State Office for People With Developmental Disabilities (OPWDD) is responsible for coordinating services for nearly 140,000 New Yorkers with developmental disabilities, including intellectual disabilities, cerebral palsy, Down syndrome, autism spectrum disorders, Prader-Willi syndrome and other neurological impairments. It provides services directly and through a network of approximately 650 nonprofit service providing agencies, with about 80 percent of services provided by the private nonprofits and 20 percent provided by state-run services. Once someone is determined eligible to receive services, they can begin the planning process. There are many support and service options available, including residential, employment, day habilitation, children’s services and aging services.

    • Location: 1150 Forest Hill Rd., Bldg. 12, Suite A, Staten Island, NY, 10314-6316
    • Phone: 718-982-1913

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    Part of the Solution (POTS)

    POTS is a ‘one-stop shop’ assisting individuals living in poverty on their journeys from crisis to stability and ultimately self-sufficiency. POTS is dedicated to providing a professional and hospitable environment where every interaction is based on compassion and respect.

    • Location: 2759 Webster Avenue, Bronx, NY, 10458
    • Phone: 718-220-4892

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    Phipps Neighborhoods

    Phipps Neighborhoods helps children, youth, and families in low-income communities rise above poverty. They work in South Bronx neighborhoods where we can address the greatest barriers to lasting success through education and career programs, and access to community resources. They are dedicated to our neighborhoods for the long term, supporting individuals and families as they establish self-sufficiency. Their services create opportunities for people to thrive in every aspect of their lives. - Affordable Housing Housing Information & Applications | Visit http://phippsrentals.com/ - Transitional Housing - Supportive Housing through a referral program with the NYC Department of Homeless Services.

    • Location: Phipps Neighborhoods 902 Broadway, 13th Floor, New York, NY, 10010
    • Phone: 347-329-3929

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    Queens Workforce1 Career Center

    Dedicated Veteran Specialist available to connect veterans and their spouses to training, jobs, and supportive services to meet your career goals while leveraging your military skills and experiences.

    • Location: 168-25 Jamaica Avenue, Jamaica, NY, 11432
    • Phone: (718) 557-6755

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    RiseBoro - Williamsburg

    RiseBoro Community Partnership provide services to ensure community residents can stay in their homes and avoid homelessness. Solutions to End Homelessness Program (STEHP) Homebase Program FREE services for qualified households include: Emergency rental assistance, Level Up! Adult Workforce Development program, In-house financial coaching, Landlord/tenant mediation, Public benefits, healthcare screening and enrollment (Food Support Connections program), Tenants' rights seminars, In-house staff attorneys, Community referrals for supportive services, Supportive Services for Veterans

    • Location: 90 Beaver Street, Brooklyn, NY, 11206
    • Phone: 718-366-4300

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    Rockaway Workforce1 Career Center

    Workforce1 is a service that prepares and connects qualified candidates to job opportunities in New York City.

    • Location: 57-17 Shore Front Parkway, Arverne, NY, 11692
    • Phone: (347) 926-4376

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    Staten Island South Shore Workforce1 Career Center

    Workforce1 is a service that prepares and connects qualified candidates to job opportunities in New York City. The service makes strong matches for both job seekers and employers that are hiring by using a unique combination of recruitment expertise, industry knowledge, and skill-building workshops to strengthen candidates’ employment prospects.

    • Location: 3845 Richmond Avenue, Staten Island, NY, 10312
    • Phone: (347) 308-5018

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    Staten Island Workforce1 Career Center

    Free services offered at the network of Workforce1 Career Centers throughout the five boroughs include job listings, recruitment events, job search resources, veterans’ services, résumé and interview workshops, and training.

    • Location: 120 Stuyvesant Place, Staten Island, NY, 10301
    • Phone: (718) 285-8388

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    Staten Island Workforce1 Industrial & Transportation Career Center

    The center offers comprehensive career services and connections to high-quality employment in the industrial and manufacturing sectors. Workforce1 Career Centers are a proud partner of the American Job Center network. Please call 311 to contact this location.

    • Location: 1972 Richmond Terrace, Staten Island, NY, 10302
    • Phone: (718) 433-2334

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    The Department for the Aging's Senior Employment Services (SESU)

    The Department for the Aging's Senior Employment Services (SESU) is a part of the federal Senior Community Service Employment Program. SESU has decades of experience placing older adults in jobs in data processing, administrative work, customer service, security services, airport services, home care, and other fields.

    • Location: 2 Lafayette St, New York, NY, 10007
    • Phone: (212) 602-6958

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    The Door

    Provides young people with services in reproductive health care, mental health counseling, legal assistance, GED and English classes, college preparation, career development, supportive housing, recreational activities, and meals.

    • Location: 121 6th Avenue, New York, NY, 10013
    • Phone: (212) 941-9090

    Employment

    The HIV/AIDS Services Administration (HASA)

    HASA is a NYC program for individuals diagnosed with HIV/AIDS. HASA helps people and families living with HIV or AIDS be healthier and more independent. People with HASA are connected with a caseworker who gets them the help they need. This help includes applying for public benefits and services HASA services include intensive case management and assistance in applying for public benefits and services, including: Medicaid Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program benefits Cash assistance Emergency transitional housing Non-emergency housing Rental assistance Home care and homemaking services Mental health and substance abuse screening and treatment referrals Employment and vocational services Transportation assistance SSI or SSD application and appeal

    • Location: In Take Center: 400 Eighth Ave., 2nd Flr., New York, NY, 10001
    • Phone: 212-971-0626

    Employment

    United Way of New York City

    United Way of New York City (UWNYC) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping low-income New Yorkers make ends meet and lead self-sufficient lives.

    • Location: 205 E 42nd Street, New York, NY, 10017
    • Phone: (212) 251-2500

    Employment

    Upper Manhattan Workforce1 Career Center

    Dedicated Veteran Specialist available to connect veterans and their spouses to training, jobs, and supportive services to meet your career goals while leveraging your military skills and experiences. Workforce1 Career Centers are a proud partner of the American Job Center network. Please call 311 to contact this location.

    • Location: 215 West 125th Street, New York, NY, 10027
    • Phone: (917) 493-7054

    Employment

    Urban Health Plan, Inc. (UHP)

    A not-for-profit system of ten health centers, one mental health center, twelve school-based health centers and three part-time clinics, located in New York City’s South Bronx, Corona, Queens and Central Harlem communities.

    • Location: 1065 Southern Boulevard, Bronx, NY, 10459
    • Phone: 917-375-4081

    Employment

    Urban Upbound

    Urban Upbound is dedicated to breaking cycles of poverty in New York City public housing and other low-income neighborhoods.


    Employment

    Washington Heights Workforce1 Career Center

    The center offers Global Talent Pipeline services, which support connections to employment and training for foreign-born New Yorkers. Workforce1 Career Centers are a proud partner of the American Job Center network. Please call 311 to contact this location.

    • Location: 516 West 181st Street, New York, NY, 10033
    • Phone: (929) 841-5050

    Employment

    West Farms Workforce1 Career Center

    The center offers services for youth, ages 18-24, who seek to obtain a High School Equivalency Diploma while preparing for careers. Workforce1 Career Centers are a proud partner of the American Job Center network.

    • Location: 901 East Tremont Avenue, Bronx, NY, 10460
    • Phone: (929) 575-4613

    Employment

    Workforce1 Industrial & Transportation Career Center

    The center offers comprehensive career services and connections to high-quality employment in the industrial and manufacturing sectors. Dedicated Veteran Specialist available to connect veterans and their spouses to training, jobs, and supportive services to meet your career goals while leveraging your military skills and experiences. Workforce1 Career Centers are a proud partner of the American Job Center network. Please call 311 to contact this location.

    • Location: 168-46 91 Avenue, Jamaica, NY, 11432
    • Phone: (718) 577-2194

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    Health

    ACACIA Network

    ACACIA provides clients with immediate attention and resources to achieve their specific housing goals, thereby helping them obtain employment and return to self-sufficiency in the community. At shelters operated by the Acacia Network, clients benefit from a range of services offered on-site, including case management, mental health support, vocational counseling, housing placement, health care coordination, advocacy, recreation, referrals for community-based services and education/ training workshops.

    • Location: 300 East 175th Street, Bronx, NY, 10457

    Health

    ADAPT Community Network

    ADAPT Community Network provide programs and services that improve the quality of life for people with disabilities. Services: Education, Family Support, Employment, Health Care, Recreation

    • Phone: 1-877-827-2666

    Health

    AIDS Center of Queens County (ACQC)

    ACQC's mission is to enhance the quality of life for individuals and their families living with, and at risk for, HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis C, and other chronic health conditions. They do this by providing comprehensive social services in a non-judgmental, safe and supportive environment, and by educating the community to reduce stigma and the transmission of HIV. Services: Health Home Service and Case Management ACQC Health Home is a Care Management service, which coordinates medical care, mental health, and social services for clients with chronic conditions. Education & Prevention / HIV / HEPC / STI / Testing Services The mission of the Health Education and Prevention Department at ACQC is to prevent HIV/AIDS/STIs and promote health and wellness in the communities they serve. Housing Services The ACQC Housing Department provides assistance to people who are homeless, precariously housed or at-risk for homelessness, and are living with HIV/AIDS. Mental Health Article 31 Clinic We provide individual, couples, family counseling, and crisis intervention as well as numerous support groups. Legal Services Since 1991, our Legal Services Program (LSP) has provided education and legal representation in a wide array of civil matters. Harm Reduction / Syringe Exchange Programs Harm Reduction provides the lowest possible threshold services in order to meet the individual ‘where they are’ at any given moment. Comprehensive Patient-Centered Medical Care AHF provides onsite specialized medical services for people living with HIV/AIDS and Hepatitis C. Pharmacy Services AHF operates full pharmacy services onsite that specializes in serving people with HIV/AIDS and Hepatitis C.

    • Location: 161-21 Jamaica Avenue, Jamaica, NY, 11432
    • Phone: 718-896-2500

    Health

    BOOM! Health - Harm Reduction Center

    Services include meals, showers, clothing, laundry, safe space, daily support and education groups, rapid HIV testing, rapid hepatitis C screening, hepatitis A and B vaccines, case management services, counseling, connection to health care, medication and complementary therapies such as auricular acupuncture.

    • Location: 226 East 144th Street, Bronx, NY, 10451
    • Phone: 718-292-7718

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    BOOM! Health - Wellness Center

    Linkage and navigation, health education, supportive counseling, outreach and testing, youth drop-in, PrEP/PEP education and linkage, health insurance education and access.

    • Location: 3144 3rd Avenue, Bronx, NY, 10451
    • Phone: 718-295-5690

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    Breaking Ground

    Breaking Ground’s mission is to strengthen individuals, families and communities by developing and sustaining exceptional supportive and affordable housing as well as programs for homeless and other vulnerable New Yorkers. - Transitional Housing, Permanent, Supportive and Affordable Housing -

    • Location: 505 8th Ave 5th Floor, New York, NY, 10018
    • Phone: 212-389-9300

    Health

    CAMBA

    CAMBA is a non-profit agency that provides services that connect people with opportunities to enhance their quality of life. Services include: 1. Economic Development 2. Promotes economic revitalization with services tailored to entrepreneurs and job seekers 3. Education and Youth Development 4. Promotes literacy and learning for youth, adults and families 5. Family Support 6. School-based programs, adolescent pregnancy prevention, substance abuse and youth employment programs 7. Health 8. Complete range of services to affected individuals and families 9. Housing 10. Homelessness prevention, housing relocation, emergency, transitional, permanent and supportive housing 11. Legal Services 12. Free legal counsel and representation to low-income residents?

    • Location: 2244 Church Avenue, Brooklyn, NY, 11226
    • Phone: (787) 287-2600

    Health

    CAMBA - Bedford-Stuyvesant

    CAMBA’s HomeBase homelessness prevention program provides a variety of homelessness prevention tools to assist families and individuals experiencing a housing crisis and are at imminent risk of entering the shelter system. HomeBase is the aftercare provider to those who have left shelter with a subsidy and those placed in NYCHA housing.

    • Location: 1958 Fulton Street, 2nd fl, Brooklyn, NY, 11233
    • Phone: (718) 408-5756 x37100

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    CAMBA - Crown Heights

    CAMBA’s HomeBase homelessness prevention program provides a variety of homelessness prevention tools to assist families and individuals experiencing a housing crisis and are at imminent risk of entering the shelter system. HomeBase is the aftercare provider to those who have left shelter with a subsidy and those placed in NYCHA housing.

    • Location: 1117 Eastern Parkway, 3rd fl, Brooklyn, NY, 11213
    • Phone: (718) 622-7323

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    CAMBA - Erasmus

    CAMBA’s HomeBase homelessness prevention program provides a variety of homelessness prevention tools to assist families and individuals experiencing a housing crisis and are at imminent risk of entering the shelter system. HomeBase is the aftercare provider to those who have left shelter with a subsidy and those placed in NYCHA housing.

    • Location: 2244 Church Ave, 4th fl, Brooklyn, NY, 11226
    • Phone: (718) 408-5766

    Health

    CAMBA - St. George

    CAMBA’s HomeBase homelessness prevention program provides a variety of homelessness prevention tools to assist families and individuals experiencing a housing crisis and are at imminent risk of entering the shelter system. HomeBase is the aftercare provider to those who have left shelter with a subsidy and those placed in NYCHA housing.

    • Location: 120 Stuyvesant Place, 4th fl Suite 413, Staten Island, NY, 10301
    • Phone: (718) 282-6473

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    CAMBA - Tompkinsville

    CAMBA’s HomeBase homelessness prevention program provides a variety of homelessness prevention tools to assist families and individuals experiencing a housing crisis and are at imminent risk of entering the shelter system. HomeBase is the aftercare provider to those who have left shelter with a subsidy and those placed in NYCHA housing.

    • Location: 209 Bay Street, 1st fl, Staten Island, NY, 10301
    • Phone: (718) 226-0496

    Health

    Center for Independence of the Disable (CIDNY) - Manhattan

    CIDNY’s offices in Manhattan and Queens provide benefits counseling, independent living skills development, direct services (e.g., housing assistance, employment-related assistance, healthcare access, peer counseling, nursing home transition and diversion, and youth transition), information and referrals, and recreational activities.

    • Location: 841 Broadway Suite 301, New York, NY, 10003
    • Phone: 1-212-674-2300

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    Center for Independence of the Disable (CIDNY) - Queens

    CIDNY’s offices in Manhattan and Queens provide benefits counseling, independent living skills development, direct services (e.g., housing assistance, employment-related assistance, healthcare access, peer counseling, nursing home transition and diversion, and youth transition), information and referrals, and recreational activities. All services are free.

    • Location: Suite 400 Kew Gardens, NY 11415, Queens, NY, 11415
    • Phone: 1-646-442-1520

    Health

    Center for Independence of the Disabled, NY

    CIDNY is the voice of people with disabilities in New York City. The staff and Board include social workers, lawyers, and other highly qualified professionals, most of whom are people with disabilities. The staff all have a strong belief in self-determination and bring valuable life experiences and insights to their work.

    • Location: 841 Broadway, Suite 301, New York, NY, 10003
    • Phone: (212) 674-2300

    Health

    Center for Urban Community Services

    Center for Urban Community Services have delivered housing, financial stability, mental health and medical services to vulnerable New Yorkers. Free and open to the public, CUCS Benefit Centers can connect you to the housing, financial and legal resources you may need.

    • Location: 198 East 121st Street, New York, NY, 10035
    • Phone: (212) 801-3300

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    GMHC, Inc.

    The leading provider of HIV/AIDS prevention, care, and advocacy. Provides services in legal assistance, mental health, substance abuse, social services, workforce development, health insurance applications, rental support, financial management, housing, and more.

    • Location: 307 West 38th Street, New York, NY, 10018
    • Phone: (217) 367-1000

    Health

    Health and Welfare Council of Long Island

    HWCLI's programs include helping Long Islanders enroll in public health insurance and the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, formerly known as food stamps. HWCLI also educates the public about important tax credits and free tax preparation services, assists high school seniors at four schools with college financial aid applications, and facilites the Long Island Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster.

    • Location: 150 Broadhollow Road, Suite 118, Melville, NY,
    • Phone: (516) 483-1110

    Health

    Henry Street Settlement

    Henry Street Settlement Senior Center is a multi-lingual and multi-cultural center that has been serving the needs of the Lower East Side senior community for over 65 years by offering a variety of activities and social services.

    • Location: 334 Madison Street, New York, NY, 10002
    • Phone: (212) 349-2770 X 1205

    Health

    Housing Works

    Housing Works mission is to provide safe, secure, and stable housing to homeless New Yorkers living with HIV/AIDS and/or other chronic health conditions.

    • Phone: (347) 473-7400

    Health

    Libertas Center for Human Rights

    Provides comprehensive medical, mental health, social and legal services to survivors of torture and human rights violations in the New York City area.

    • Location: 79-01 Broadway, Queens, NY, 11373
    • Phone: (718) 334-6209

    Health

    Make the Road New York (MRNY)

    Make the Road New York (MRNY) builds the power of Latino and working class communities to achieve dignity and justice through organizing, policy innovation, transformative education, and survival services. * Cleaned up mold in hundreds of homes and helped families access the healthcare they need to address severe respiratory ailments after exposure.

    • Location: 301 Grove Street, Brooklyn, NY,
    • Phone: (718) 418-7690

    Health

    Medicaid de Emergencia

    Emergency Medicaid, help eligible, undocumented or temporary New Yorkers pay the costs doctors when they have an emergency.

    • Phone: (855) 355-5777

    Health

    Medicaid Office - Brooklyn South - 243 Schermerhorn St

    This location can help you with health insurance assistance. Certified Application Counselors (CACs) are available.

    • Location: 243 Schermerhorn Street, 4th floor, Brooklyn, NY, 11201

    Health

    Medicaid Office - Brooklyn South - 785 Atlantic Ave

    This location can help you with health insurance assistance. Certified Application Counselors (CACs) are available.

    • Location: 785 Atlantic Ave., Brooklyn, NY, 11238

    Health

    Medicaid Office - Chinatown

    This location can help you with health insurance assistance. Certified Application Counselors (CACs) are available.

    • Location: 115 Chrystie St., 5th Floor, New York, NY, 10002
    • Phone: (212) 334-6114

    Health

    Medicaid Office - Coney Island

    This location can help you with health insurance assistance. Certified Application Counselors (CACs) are available.

    • Location: 3050 W 21st St., Brooklyn, NY, 11224
    • Phone: (929) 221-3790

    Health

    Medicaid Office - East New York

    This location can help you with health insurance assistance.

    • Location: 404 Pine Street, 2nd Floor, Brooklyn, NY, 11208
    • Phone: (929) 221-8204

    Health

    Medicaid Office - Jamaica

    This location can help you with health insurance assistance.

    • Location: 165-08 88th Avenue, 8th Floor, Jamaica, NY, 11432
    • Phone: (929) 252-3193

    Health

    Medicaid Office - Kings County Hospital

    This location can help you with health insurance assistance.

    • Location: 441 Clarkson Ave., "T" Building, Nurses' Residence, 1st Floor, Brooklyn, NY, 11203
    • Phone: (718) 221-2300

    Health

    Medicaid Office - Manhattanville Community

    This location can help you with health insurance assistance. Certified Application Counselors (CACs) are available.

    • Location: 520-530 W 135th St., 1st Floor, New York, NY, 10031
    • Phone: (212) 939-0207

    Health

    Medicaid Office - Metropolitan Hospital

    This location can help you with health insurance assistance.

    • Location: 1901 First Ave., 1st Floor Rm 1D-27, New York, NY, 10029
    • Phone: (212) 423-7006

    Health

    Medicaid Office - Morrisania

    This location can help you with health insurance assistance.

    • Location: 1225 Gerard Ave., Basement, Bronx, NY, 10452
    • Phone: (718) 960-2799

    Health

    Medicaid Office - North Central Bronx Hospital

    This location can help you with health insurance assistance.

    • Location: 3424 Kossuth Ave., 1st Floor, Room 1A 05, Bronx, NY, 10467
    • Phone: (718) 920-1070

    Health

    Medicaid Office - Queens Community

    This location can help you with health insurance assistance. Certified Application Counselors (CACs) are available.

    • Location: 32-20 Northern Boulevard, 1st Floor, Queens, NY, 11101
    • Phone: (718) 784-6729

    Health

    Medicaid Office - Rider

    This location can help you with health insurance assistance. Certified Application Counselors (CACs) are available.

    • Location: 300 Canal Place, 4th Floor, Bronx, NY, 10451
    • Phone: (718) 585-7872

    Health

    Medicaid Office - Staten Island

    This location can help you with health insurance assistance. Certified Application Counselors (CACs) are available.

    • Location: 215 Bay St., Staten Island, NY, 10301
    • Phone: 929-221-8823/8824

    Health

    Montefiore

    Montefiore provides coordinated, compassionate and leading-edge care designed to reach people when and where they need it most. Through highly integrated teams of physicians, nurses, social workers, mental health professionals and other caregivers, we have created an innovative, seamless system of care focused around the patient.

    • Location: 111 East 210th Street, Bronx, NY, 10467
    • Phone: 718-920-4321

    Health

    New York State of Health

    NY State of Health: The Official Health Plan Marketplace It’s your place to shop, compare and enroll in a low-cost quality plan that’s right for you. And it’s the only place you can receive financial assistance based on your income, to lower your costs even more.

    • Location: 90 Church St, New York, NY, 10007
    • Phone: (855) 355-5777

    Health

    NYC Care

    NYC Care is a health care access program that guarantees low-cost and no-cost services to New Yorkers who do not qualify for or cannot afford health insurance. All NYC Care services are provided through NYC Health + Hospitals. With NYC Care, you can get a unique membership card to access health services, choose your own doctor, and get affordable medications.

    • Phone: 1-646-692-2273

    Health

    NYC Health + Hospitals/Coney Island

    NYC Health + Hospitals is the largest public health care system in the United States. They provide essential inpatient, outpatient, and home-based services to more than one million New Yorkers every year in more than 70 locations across the city’s five boroughs.

    • Location: 2601 Ocean Parkway, Brooklyn, NY, 11235
    • Phone: (718) 616-3000

    Health

    NYC Health + Hospitals/Elmhurst

    NYC Health + Hospitals is the largest public health care system in the United States. They provide essential inpatient, outpatient, and home-based services to more than one million New Yorkers every year in more than 70 locations across the city’s five boroughs.

    • Location: 79-01 Broadway, Elmhurst, NY, 11373
    • Phone: (718) 334-4000

    Health

    NYC Health + Hospitals/Harlem

    NYC Health + Hospitals is the largest public health care system in the United States. They provide essential inpatient, outpatient, and home-based services to more than one million New Yorkers every year in more than 70 locations across the city’s five boroughs.

    • Location: 506 Lenox Avenue, New York, NY, 10037
    • Phone: (212) 939-1000

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    NYC Health + Hospitals/Jacobi

    NYC Health + Hospitals is the largest public health care system in the United States. They provide essential inpatient, outpatient, and home-based services to more than one million New Yorkers every year in more than 70 locations across the city’s five boroughs.

    • Location: 1400 Pelham Parkway South, Bronx, NY, 10461
    • Phone: (718) 918-5700

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    NYC Health + Hospitals/Kings County

    NYC Health + Hospitals is the largest public health care system in the United States. They provide essential inpatient, outpatient, and home-based services to more than one million New Yorkers every year in more than 70 locations across the city’s five boroughs.

    • Location: 451 Clarkson Avenue, Brooklyn, NY, 11203
    • Phone: (718) 245-3131

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    NYC Health + Hospitals/Lincoln

    NYC Health + Hospitals is the largest public health care system in the United States. They provide essential inpatient, outpatient, and home-based services to more than one million New Yorkers every year in more than 70 locations across the city’s five boroughs.

    • Location: 234 East 149th Street, Bronx, NY, 10451
    • Phone: (718) 918-5000

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    NYC Health + Hospitals/Metropolitan

    NYC Health + Hospitals is the largest public health care system in the United States. They provide essential inpatient, outpatient, and home-based services to more than one million New Yorkers every year in more than 70 locations across the city’s five boroughs.

    • Location: 1901 First Avenue, New York, NY, 10029
    • Phone: (212) 423-6262

    Health

    NYC Health + Hospitals/North Central Bronx

    NYC Health + Hospitals is the largest public health care system in the United States. They provide essential inpatient, outpatient, and home-based services to more than one million New Yorkers every year in more than 70 locations across the city’s five boroughs.

    • Location: 3424 Kossuth Avenue, Bronx, NY, 10467
    • Phone: (844) 692-4692

    Health

    NYC Health + Hospitals/Queens

    NYC Health + Hospitals is the largest public health care system in the United States. They provide essential inpatient, outpatient, and home-based services to more than one million New Yorkers every year in more than 70 locations across the city’s five boroughs.

    • Location: 82-68 164th Street, Jamaica, NY, 11432
    • Phone: (718) 883-3000

    Health

    NYC Health + Hospitals/Woodhull

    NYC Health + Hospitals is the largest public health care system in the United States. They provide essential inpatient, outpatient, and home-based services to more than one million New Yorkers every year in more than 70 locations across the city’s five boroughs.

    • Location: 760 Broadway, Brooklyn, NY, 11206
    • Phone: (718) 963-8000

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    NYC Human Resources Administration (HRA)

    The Human Resources Administration (HRA) is the nation's largest social services agency and assists over three million low‐income and vulnerable New Yorkers annually through the effective and efficient administration of more than 12 major public benefits programs, which reflects this Administration's priority of addressing poverty and income inequality.


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    NYC Well

    NYC Well is New York City’s free, confidential support, crisis intervention, and information and referral service for anyone seeking help for mental health and/or substance misuse concerns, available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. NYC Well is staffed by trained professionals who can help you find the services that best meet your needs.

    • Phone: (888) 692-9355

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    Phipps Neighborhoods

    Phipps Neighborhoods helps children, youth, and families in low-income communities rise above poverty. They work in South Bronx neighborhoods where we can address the greatest barriers to lasting success through education and career programs, and access to community resources. They are dedicated to our neighborhoods for the long term, supporting individuals and families as they establish self-sufficiency. Their services create opportunities for people to thrive in every aspect of their lives. - Affordable Housing Housing Information & Applications | Visit http://phippsrentals.com/ - Transitional Housing - Supportive Housing through a referral program with the NYC Department of Homeless Services.

    • Location: Phipps Neighborhoods 902 Broadway, 13th Floor, New York, NY, 10010
    • Phone: 347-329-3929

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    Project Hospitality

    It is the mission of Project Hospitality, Inc. to reach out to community members who are hungry, homeless or otherwise in need in order to work with them to achieve their self-sufficiency. Project Hospitality seeks to realize its mission both by advocating for those in need and by establishing a comprehensive continuum of care that begins with the provision of food, clothing and shelter and extends to other services which include health care, mental health, alcohol and substance abuse treatment, HIV care, education, vocational training, legal assistance, and transitional and permanent housing.

    • Location: 100 Park Avenue, Staten Island, NY,
    • Phone: (718) 818-7123

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    Rising Ground

    RISING GROUND, a leading nonprofit human services organization, provides children, adults, and families in the greater New York City area, with the resources and skills needed to help them rise above adversity and positively direct their lives.

    • Location: 151 Lawrence Street, Brooklyn, NY, 11201
    • Phone: 914-375-8700

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    Services For The Underserve (SUS) - East Harlem North

    Homebase Program SUS drive scalable solutions to transform the lives of people with disabilities, people in poverty and people facing homelessness: solutions that contribute to righting societal imbalances. Supported Housing, Low- Income Housing

    • Location: 2322 3rd Ave, 3rd fl, New York, NY, 10035
    • Phone: (917) 492-1019

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    Services For The Underserve (SUS) - Washington Heights

    Homebase Program Available. SUS drive scalable solutions to transform the lives of people with disabilities, people in poverty and people facing homelessness: solutions that contribute to righting societal imbalances. Supported Housing, Low- Income Housing

    • Location: 516 West 181st Street, 4th fl, New York, NY, 10033
    • Phone: (917) 492-1019

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    The Door

    Provides young people with services in reproductive health care, mental health counseling, legal assistance, GED and English classes, college preparation, career development, supportive housing, recreational activities, and meals.

    • Location: 121 6th Avenue, New York, NY, 10013
    • Phone: (212) 941-9090

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    The HIV/AIDS Services Administration (HASA)

    HASA is a NYC program for individuals diagnosed with HIV/AIDS. HASA helps people and families living with HIV or AIDS be healthier and more independent. People with HASA are connected with a caseworker who gets them the help they need. This help includes applying for public benefits and services HASA services include intensive case management and assistance in applying for public benefits and services, including: Medicaid Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program benefits Cash assistance Emergency transitional housing Non-emergency housing Rental assistance Home care and homemaking services Mental health and substance abuse screening and treatment referrals Employment and vocational services Transportation assistance SSI or SSD application and appeal

    • Location: In Take Center: 400 Eighth Ave., 2nd Flr., New York, NY, 10001
    • Phone: 212-971-0626

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    The Mental Health Association of Nassau County (MHA)

    The Mental Health Association of Nassau County (MHA) is a not-for-profit membership organization dedicated to improving mental health in our community through advocacy, education, program development and the delivery of direct services.

    • Location: 16 Main St, Hempstead, NY,
    • Phone: (516) 489-2322

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    Urban Health Plan, Inc. (UHP)

    A not-for-profit system of ten health centers, one mental health center, twelve school-based health centers and three part-time clinics, located in New York City’s South Bronx, Corona, Queens and Central Harlem communities.

    • Location: 1065 Southern Boulevard, Bronx, NY, 10459
    • Phone: 917-375-4081

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    VIP Community Services

    VIP offers integrated medical, behavioral health, housing, and wrap-around services to improve the health and well being of the Bronx and surrounding communities.


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    Volunteers of America- Greater New York

    Volunteers of America is a national, faith-based human services organization. They are dedicated to helping individuals and families in need create positive and lasting change through social service programs that support and empower them to live safe, healthy and productive lives.

    • Location: 135 West 50th Street , 9th Floor, New York, NY, 10020
    • Phone: (212) 873-2600

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    100 Black Men of America, Inc.

    Organization that aims to improve economic and educational opportunities, and promote quality of life in all African-American communities. It provides education, health and wellness services, economic empowerment and leadership development.

    • Location: 105 East 22nd Street Suite 911, New York, NY, 10010
    • Phone: (212) 777-7070

    Education

    100 Hispanic Women National, Inc.

    Seeks to empower Latinas through personal and professional advancement initiatives, networks, and events.

    • Location: 413 East 120th Street Suite 314, New York, NY, 10035
    • Phone: (646) 689-2260

    Education

    ADAPT Community Network

    ADAPT Community Network provide programs and services that improve the quality of life for people with disabilities. Services: Education, Family Support, Employment, Health Care, Recreation

    • Phone: 1-877-827-2666

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    Adult Learning Center

    Over 800 free classes for adults age 21 and over. Held both during the day and evening, Monday through Saturday. Based at more than 175 sites in all five boroughs. Tuition-free. Type of Classes: English as a Second Language: Helps students build English language and reading skills Basic Education: Basic literacy and preparation for the High School Equivalency Assessment Exam High School Equivalency Classes: Career and Technical Education Year-round courses in: computer literacy, health careers, technology, auto mechanics, carpentry, plumbing, and electrical training

    • Location: 90-01 Sutphin Blvd, Jamaica, NY, 11435
    • Phone: (718) 638-2635

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    Advocates for Children of New York

    Seeks to promote access to the best education New York can provide for all students. Provides services with education specialists and attorneys for free legal counsel and representation at school-related hearings and appeals, and informative workshops and free resources.

    • Location: 151 West 30th Street, 5th Floor, New York, NY, 10001
    • Phone: (212) 947-9779

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    Advocates for Justice

    Advocates for Justice (A4J) exists to fight for the rights of the poor and working people, to fight for racial justice and equal rights, and to assist those who organize these groups in order to advance the fight for equality. A4J aims to do research, publish educational and investigative materials, and organize lawyers across the country so as to provide pro bono and low fee legal representation to fulfill its purpose.

    • Location: 225 Broadway, Suite 1902, New York, NY, 10007

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    AIDS Center of Queens County (ACQC)

    ACQC's mission is to enhance the quality of life for individuals and their families living with, and at risk for, HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis C, and other chronic health conditions. They do this by providing comprehensive social services in a non-judgmental, safe and supportive environment, and by educating the community to reduce stigma and the transmission of HIV. Services: Health Home Service and Case Management ACQC Health Home is a Care Management service, which coordinates medical care, mental health, and social services for clients with chronic conditions. Education & Prevention / HIV / HEPC / STI / Testing Services The mission of the Health Education and Prevention Department at ACQC is to prevent HIV/AIDS/STIs and promote health and wellness in the communities they serve. Housing Services The ACQC Housing Department provides assistance to people who are homeless, precariously housed or at-risk for homelessness, and are living with HIV/AIDS. Mental Health Article 31 Clinic We provide individual, couples, family counseling, and crisis intervention as well as numerous support groups. Legal Services Since 1991, our Legal Services Program (LSP) has provided education and legal representation in a wide array of civil matters. Harm Reduction / Syringe Exchange Programs Harm Reduction provides the lowest possible threshold services in order to meet the individual ‘where they are’ at any given moment. Comprehensive Patient-Centered Medical Care AHF provides onsite specialized medical services for people living with HIV/AIDS and Hepatitis C. Pharmacy Services AHF operates full pharmacy services onsite that specializes in serving people with HIV/AIDS and Hepatitis C.

    • Location: 161-21 Jamaica Avenue, Jamaica, NY, 11432
    • Phone: 718-896-2500

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    Alianza Dominicana

    A non-profit community development organization that partners with youth, families and public and private institutions to revitalize economically distressed neighborhoods.

    • Location: 530 West 166th Street, New York, NY, 10032
    • Phone: (212)740-1960

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    ASPIRA of New York

    Advocates for and provides programs for the education and development of Latino and Puerto Rican youth in New York City. Programs relate to graduation, college access, skill development, community service, and other enrichment activities.

    • Location: 15 West 36th Street, 15th Floor, New York, NY, 10018
    • Phone: (212) 564-6880

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    Brooklyn Public Library (BPL)

    Brooklyn Public Library (BPL) is an essential provider of free books, information, ideas, and education.

    • Location: 10 Grand Army Plaza, Brooklyn, NY, 11238
    • Phone: (718) 230-2100

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    CAMBA

    CAMBA is a non-profit agency that provides services that connect people with opportunities to enhance their quality of life. Services include: 1. Economic Development 2. Promotes economic revitalization with services tailored to entrepreneurs and job seekers 3. Education and Youth Development 4. Promotes literacy and learning for youth, adults and families 5. Family Support 6. School-based programs, adolescent pregnancy prevention, substance abuse and youth employment programs 7. Health 8. Complete range of services to affected individuals and families 9. Housing 10. Homelessness prevention, housing relocation, emergency, transitional, permanent and supportive housing 11. Legal Services 12. Free legal counsel and representation to low-income residents?

    • Location: 2244 Church Avenue, Brooklyn, NY, 11226
    • Phone: (787) 287-2600

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    CAMBA - Bedford-Stuyvesant

    CAMBA’s HomeBase homelessness prevention program provides a variety of homelessness prevention tools to assist families and individuals experiencing a housing crisis and are at imminent risk of entering the shelter system. HomeBase is the aftercare provider to those who have left shelter with a subsidy and those placed in NYCHA housing.

    • Location: 1958 Fulton Street, 2nd fl, Brooklyn, NY, 11233
    • Phone: (718) 408-5756 x37100

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    CAMBA - Crown Heights

    CAMBA’s HomeBase homelessness prevention program provides a variety of homelessness prevention tools to assist families and individuals experiencing a housing crisis and are at imminent risk of entering the shelter system. HomeBase is the aftercare provider to those who have left shelter with a subsidy and those placed in NYCHA housing.

    • Location: 1117 Eastern Parkway, 3rd fl, Brooklyn, NY, 11213
    • Phone: (718) 622-7323

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    CAMBA - Erasmus

    CAMBA’s HomeBase homelessness prevention program provides a variety of homelessness prevention tools to assist families and individuals experiencing a housing crisis and are at imminent risk of entering the shelter system. HomeBase is the aftercare provider to those who have left shelter with a subsidy and those placed in NYCHA housing.

    • Location: 2244 Church Ave, 4th fl, Brooklyn, NY, 11226
    • Phone: (718) 408-5766

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    CAMBA - St. George

    CAMBA’s HomeBase homelessness prevention program provides a variety of homelessness prevention tools to assist families and individuals experiencing a housing crisis and are at imminent risk of entering the shelter system. HomeBase is the aftercare provider to those who have left shelter with a subsidy and those placed in NYCHA housing.

    • Location: 120 Stuyvesant Place, 4th fl Suite 413, Staten Island, NY, 10301
    • Phone: (718) 282-6473

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    CAMBA - Tompkinsville

    CAMBA’s HomeBase homelessness prevention program provides a variety of homelessness prevention tools to assist families and individuals experiencing a housing crisis and are at imminent risk of entering the shelter system. HomeBase is the aftercare provider to those who have left shelter with a subsidy and those placed in NYCHA housing.

    • Location: 209 Bay Street, 1st fl, Staten Island, NY, 10301
    • Phone: (718) 226-0496

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    Catholic Charities Archdiocese of New York

    Provides services for children, the homeless and hungry, families, individuals with disabilities, and assist with crisis resolution and immigrant and refugee integration through legal counseling, English and civics classes, and work authorization.

    • Location: 1011 1st Avenue, 11 floor, New York, NY, 10022
    • Phone: (888) 744-7900

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    Center for Independence of the Disabled, NY

    CIDNY is the voice of people with disabilities in New York City. The staff and Board include social workers, lawyers, and other highly qualified professionals, most of whom are people with disabilities. The staff all have a strong belief in self-determination and bring valuable life experiences and insights to their work.

    • Location: 841 Broadway, Suite 301, New York, NY, 10003
    • Phone: (212) 674-2300

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    Chegg Internships

    Chegg Internships brings students and employers together in one centralized location, providing tools and services for students to develop the real-world skills they will need upon graduation and for employers to find the best candidates.


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    City University of New York (CUNY)

    The City University of New York is the public university system of New York City.

    • Location: 205 East 42nd St, New York, NY, 10017
    • Phone: (800) 286-9937

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    Committee for Hispanic Children and Families

    Committee for Hispanic Children and Families combines education, capacity-building, and advocacy to strengthen the support system and continuum of learning for children and youth.

    • Location: 75 Broad Street, #620, New York, NY, 10004
    • Phone: (212) 206-1090

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    Community Impact at Columbia University- ESOL Program

    Free English classes for adult who live in the New York City area. There are 6 levels, ranging from Beginning Literacy to Advanced. They also offer conversation classes for those students enrolled in levels 4, 5, or 6. All of our classes are held at sites in Harlem and other neighborhoods near the Columbia University campus. Each year we offer three 12-week cycles: · Fall (September-December) · Spring (January-May) · Summer (June-August)

    • Location: 105 Earl Hall, 2980 Broadway, New York, NY, 10027
    • Phone: 212-854-1492

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    Comprehensive Development, Inc.

    Partners with four NYC public high schools to provide services to high school students and recent graduates to help them graduate high school and go onto college or the workforce. These services include college and career advising, legal, medical, and housing assistance, case management, and intensive tutoring.

    • Phone: (212) 353-2010

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    Good Shepherd Services

    Provides youth and family support services throughout New York City. Operates over 80 programs in education, college and career, family support, foster care and adoption, and domestic violence programs.

    • Location: 305 7th Avenue, 9th Floor, New York, NY, 10001
    • Phone: (212) 243-7070

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    Henry Street Settlement

    Henry Street Settlement Senior Center is a multi-lingual and multi-cultural center that has been serving the needs of the Lower East Side senior community for over 65 years by offering a variety of activities and social services.

    • Location: 334 Madison Street, New York, NY, 10002
    • Phone: (212) 349-2770 X 1205

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    International Rescue Committee

    Helps people whose lives and livelihoods are shattered by conflict and natural disaster to survive, recover and regain control of their future.

    • Location: 122 East 42nd Street, New York, NY, 10168
    • Phone: (212) 551-3000

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    Legal Services NYC

    Provides accessible legal services in a variety of areas, such as education, bankruptcy, civil rights and language access, consumer rights, disability, disaster recovery, employment law, family law, homeowner rights, government benefits, immigration, and LGBTQ advocacy.

    • Location: 40 Worth Street, Suite 606, New York, NY, 10013
    • Phone: (646) 442-3600

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    LiveOn NY

    LiveOn NY's programs ensure that older New Yorkers have the supports they need. From training the aging service workforce through workshops and technical assistance, to ensuring access to financial support through the Benefits Outreach Program, to changing how policies are carried out at the City and State level through our advocacy and more. They offer education, training and personalized assistance for: SNAP (food stamps) NY Rent Freeze (Senior Citizen Rent Increase Exemption) Medicare Savings Program Medicaid Low Income Subsidy HEAP

    • Location: 49 West 45th Street, New York, NY, 10036
    • Phone: 212-398-6565

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    Lutheran Social Services of New York

    Provides services in early childhood, family, healthy homes, nutrition and food assistance, housing assistance, immigration and legal assistance, disaster response, and education.

    • Phone: (212) 870-1100

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    New York Public Library (NYPL)

    The New York Public Library (NYPL) has been an essential provider of free books, information, ideas, and education for all New Yorkers for more than 100 years.

    • Location: 476 5th Ave, New York, NY, 10018
    • Phone: (917) 275-6975

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    New York State Fellowship Programs

    An initiative to bring highly talented recent graduates of law, graduate and professional schools into government service.


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    NYC Department of City Administrative Services (DCAS) - Internships

    DCAS administers internship programs for undergraduate and graduate students to introduce them to public service.

    • Location: 1 Centre St, New York, NY, 10007
    • Phone: (212) 669-1357

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    NYC Department of Education (DOE) - ESL

    Programs for English Language Learners: The New York City DOE offers families of English Language Learners three programs that help their children learn English. The three programs are: Dual language Transitional Bilingual Education English as a New Language If the child’s current school does not offer the program you want, the school can help transfer your child to a school that offers the program of your choice.

    • Phone: 212-374-6072

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    NYC Department of Small Business Services (SBS)

    The NYC Department of Small Business Services (SBS) offers free business courses to guide NYC entrepreneurs through each step to start, operate, and grow a business. Course programs include: Building Your Own Business helps aspiring entrepreneurs turn their idea into a viable business. Operating and Financing Your Business helps entrepreneurs who are ready to launch or already operating a business to plan their operations, manage their finances, and access financing. Mastering Marketing & Sales helps entrepreneurs who are ready to launch or already operating a business to master sales and marketing strategies, and tactics. Managing & Leading People helps existing business owners learn to recruit, hire, and manage employees, and develop leadership and communication skills. Achieving Your Growth Potential helps growth-seeking business owners identify growth opportunities, create a growth plan, and communicate the plan to their team, stakeholders, and customers.

    • Location: One Liberty Plaza, 11th Floor, New York, NY, 10006
    • Phone: (212) 513-6300

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    NYC DOE Family Welcome Centers - Bronx - 1 Fordham Plaza

    Family Welcome Center staff members are available to assist New York City families with enrollment and admissions in schools. Family Welcome Centers are located in all five boroughs. Districts Served: 7, 9, 10

    • Location: 1 Fordham Plaza, 7th Floor, Bronx, NY, 10458
    • Phone: (718) 329-8050

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    NYC DOE Family Welcome Centers - Bronx - 1230 Zerega Avenue

    Family Welcome Center staff members are available to assist New York City families with enrollment and admissions in schools. Family Welcome Centers are located in all five boroughs. Districts Served: 8, 11, 12

    • Location: 1230 Zerega Avenue, Room 24, Bronx, NY, 10462
    • Phone: (718) 828-7546

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    NYC DOE Family Welcome Centers - Brooklyn - 1665 St. Marks Avenue

    Family Welcome Center staff members are available to assist New York City families with enrollment and admissions in schools. Family Welcome Centers are located in all five boroughs. Districts Served: 19, 23, 32 Director: Stacey Babb

    • Location: 1665 St. Marks Avenue, Room 116, Brooklyn, NY, 11233
    • Phone: (718) 240-3598

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    NYC DOE Family Welcome Centers - Brooklyn - 1780 Ocean Avenue

    Family Welcome Center staff members are available to assist New York City families with enrollment and admissions in schools. Family Welcome Centers are located in all five boroughs. Districts Served: 17, 18, 22 Interim Acting Director: Desiree Sandoval

    • Location: 1780 Ocean Avenue, 3rd Floor, Brooklyn, NY, 11230
    • Phone: (718) 758-7672

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    NYC DOE Family Welcome Centers - Brooklyn - 29 Fort Greene Place (BS12)

    Family Welcome Center staff members are available to assist New York City families with enrollment and admissions in schools. Family Welcome Centers are located in all five boroughs. Districts Served: 13, 14, 15, 16 Interim Acting Director: Angelina Charles

    • Location: 29 Fort Greene Place (BS12), Brooklyn, NY, 11217
    • Phone: (718) 804-6599

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    NYC DOE Family Welcome Centers - Brooklyn - 415 89th Street

    Family Welcome Center staff members are available to assist New York City families with enrollment and admissions in schools. Family Welcome Centers are located in all five boroughs. Districts Served: 20, 21 Director: Josephine Stabile

    • Location: 415 89th Street, 5th Floor, Brooklyn, NY, 11209
    • Phone: (718) 759-4942

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    NYC DOE Family Welcome Centers - Flushing

    Family Welcome Center staff members are available to assist New York City families with enrollment and admissions in schools. Family Welcome Centers are located in all five boroughs. Districts Served: 25, 26 Director: Xinpei Qu

    • Location: 30-48 Linden Place, 2nd Floor, Flushing, NY, 11354
    • Phone: (718) 281-3422

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    NYC DOE Family Welcome Centers - Jamaica

    Family Welcome Center staff members are available to assist New York City families with enrollment and admissions in schools. Family Welcome Centers are located in all five boroughs. Districts Served: 27, 28, 29 Assistant Director: Kimberly Castrillon

    • Location: 90-27 Sutphin Boulevard, 1st Floor, Jamaica, NY, 11435
    • Phone: (718) 557-2786

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    NYC DOE Family Welcome Centers - Long Island City

    Family Welcome Center staff members are available to assist New York City families with enrollment and admissions in schools. Family Welcome Centers are located in all five boroughs. Districts Served: 24, 30 Director: Katia Gil

    • Location: 28-11 Queens Plaza North, 3rd Floor, Long Island City, NY, 11101
    • Phone: (718) 391-6270

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    NYC DOE Family Welcome Centers - Manhattan - 333 Seventh Avenue

    Family Welcome Center staff members are available to assist New York City families with enrollment and admissions in schools. Family Welcome Centers are located in all five boroughs. Districts Served: 1, 2, 4 Director: Rose Anne Gonzalez

    • Location: 333 Seventh Avenue, 12th Floor, Room 1211, New York, NY, 10001
    • Phone: (212) 330-9442

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    NYC DOE Family Welcome Centers - Manhattan - 388 West 125th Street

    Family Welcome Center staff members are available to assist New York City families with enrollment and admissions in schools. Family Welcome Centers are located in all five boroughs. Districts Served: 3, 5, 6 Director: Bruce Monteleon

    • Location: 388 West 125th Street, 7th Floor, Room 713, New York, NY, 10027
    • Phone: (212) 342-8304

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    NYC DOE Family Welcome Centers - Manhattan - George Washington Educational Campus

    Family Welcome Center staff members are available to assist New York City families with enrollment and admissions in schools. Family Welcome Centers are located in all five boroughs. District Served: 6 Site Supervisor: Nyeema Byrnes James

    • Location: 549 Audubon Avenue, Room 220, New York, NY, 10040
    • Phone: (212) 342-8304

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    NYC DOE Family Welcome Centers - Manhattan - P.S. 20 Anna Silver School

    Family Welcome Center staff members are available to assist New York City families with enrollment and admissions in schools. Family Welcome Centers are located in all five boroughs. District Served: 1 Director: Rose Anne Gonzalez

    • Location: 166 Essex Street, New York, NY, 10002
    • Phone: (212) 342-8304

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    NYC DOE Family Welcome Centers - Rockaway Park

    Family Welcome Center staff members are available to assist New York City families with enrollment and admissions in schools. Family Welcome Centers are located in all five boroughs. District Served: 27 Site Supervisor: Mitchell Kremer

    • Location: 100-00 Beach Channel Drive, Room 171A, Rockaway Park, NY, 11694
    • Phone: (718) 734-3300 x6174

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    NYC DOE Family Welcome Centers - Staten Island

    Family Welcome Center staff members are available to assist New York City families with enrollment and admissions in schools. Family Welcome Centers are located in all five boroughs. District Served:Ê31 Director: Paul Helfman

    • Location: 715 Ocean Terrace, Building A, Staten Island, NY, 10301
    • Phone: (718) 420-5617

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    NYC DYCD After School

    Tutoring, after school and youth development programs

    • Location: 2 Lafayette St, New York, NY, 10007
    • Phone: (800) 246-4646

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    NYC Service Fellowship Program

    NYC Service Fellowship Program is a one year program that provides a unique opportunity to obtain practical City government experience in the areas of volunteerism and service at the City level.

    • Location: 253 Broadway, New York, NY, 10007
    • Phone: (212) 788-7550

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    Office of Adult and Continuing Education (OACE)

    NYCDOE offers tuition-free adult education classes in all five boroughs for people 21 and older who do not have a high school diploma.

    • Location: Central Office: District 79 90-01 Sutphin Blvd, Jamaica, NY, 11435
    • Phone: 718-638-2635

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    OUR Place

    Founded in 1998, Our Place employs a multi-faceted approach to counseling, rehabilitating and guiding troubled Jewish youth in their return to mainstream society.

    • Location: 940 Garrison Avenue, Bronx, NY, 10474
    • Phone: 718.692.4058

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    Pre-K para Todos

    NYC Pre K Programs.

    • Location: 333 Seventh Av, New York, NY, 1211
    • Phone: (718) 935-2009

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    Queens Public Library (QPL)

    Queens Public Library (QPL) is an essential provider of free books, information, ideas, and education.

    • Location: 89-11 Merrick Blvd, Jamaica, NY, 11432
    • Phone: (718) 990-0700

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    Rising Ground

    RISING GROUND, a leading nonprofit human services organization, provides children, adults, and families in the greater New York City area, with the resources and skills needed to help them rise above adversity and positively direct their lives.

    • Location: 151 Lawrence Street, Brooklyn, NY, 11201
    • Phone: 914-375-8700

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    Seamen's Society for Children and Families- Brooklyn

    Seamen’s Society for Children and Families provide services in the community to strengthen and preserve families so that children (abused and abandoned children in foster homes) and adults have the opportunity to realize their full potential.

    • Location: 1668 Pitkin Avenue, Brooklyn, NY, 11212
    • Phone: (718) 313-1111

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    Seamen's Society for Children and Families- Staten Island

    Seamen’s Society for Children and Families provide services in the community to strengthen and preserve families so that children (abused and abandoned children in foster homes) and adults have the opportunity to realize their full potential.

    • Location: 50 Bay Street, Staten Island, NY, 10301-1827
    • Phone: 718-447-7740

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    State University of New York (SUNY)

    The State University of New York is the largest comprehensive system of higher education in the United States

    • Location: 353 Broadway, Albany, NY, 12246
    • Phone: (800) 342-3811

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    The Door

    Provides young people with services in reproductive health care, mental health counseling, legal assistance, GED and English classes, college preparation, career development, supportive housing, recreational activities, and meals.

    • Location: 121 6th Avenue, New York, NY, 10013
    • Phone: (212) 941-9090

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    United Way of New York City

    United Way of New York City (UWNYC) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping low-income New Yorkers make ends meet and lead self-sufficient lives.

    • Location: 205 E 42nd Street, New York, NY, 10017
    • Phone: (212) 251-2500

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    Urban Health Plan, Inc. (UHP)

    A not-for-profit system of ten health centers, one mental health center, twelve school-based health centers and three part-time clinics, located in New York City’s South Bronx, Corona, Queens and Central Harlem communities.

    • Location: 1065 Southern Boulevard, Bronx, NY, 10459
    • Phone: 917-375-4081

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    We Speak NYC

    We Speak NYC The Mayor's Office of Immigrant Affairs' English Language Learning program. We Speak NYC features civic-focused learning tools for English language learners and teachers.


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    YMCA NYC

    A community service organization which promotes positive values through programs that build spirit, mind and body.

    • Location: 5 West 63rd St, New York, NY, 10023
    • Phone: (212) 630-9600

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    ACACIA Network

    ACACIA provides clients with immediate attention and resources to achieve their specific housing goals, thereby helping them obtain employment and return to self-sufficiency in the community. At shelters operated by the Acacia Network, clients benefit from a range of services offered on-site, including case management, mental health support, vocational counseling, housing placement, health care coordination, advocacy, recreation, referrals for community-based services and education/ training workshops.

    • Location: 300 East 175th Street, Bronx, NY, 10457

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    Adopt-A-House

    On October 29,2012 Hurricane Sandy made landfall on the East Coast. In the wake of this terrible tragedy Adopt A House was founded to help re-build our local communities. The long term goal of Adopt A House is to connect families that have been affected by unfortunate circumstances, with community members who are willing and able to help those in need.

    • Phone: (631)716-5260

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    AIDS Center of Queens County (ACQC)

    ACQC's mission is to enhance the quality of life for individuals and their families living with, and at risk for, HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis C, and other chronic health conditions. They do this by providing comprehensive social services in a non-judgmental, safe and supportive environment, and by educating the community to reduce stigma and the transmission of HIV. Services: Health Home Service and Case Management ACQC Health Home is a Care Management service, which coordinates medical care, mental health, and social services for clients with chronic conditions. Education & Prevention / HIV / HEPC / STI / Testing Services The mission of the Health Education and Prevention Department at ACQC is to prevent HIV/AIDS/STIs and promote health and wellness in the communities they serve. Housing Services The ACQC Housing Department provides assistance to people who are homeless, precariously housed or at-risk for homelessness, and are living with HIV/AIDS. Mental Health Article 31 Clinic We provide individual, couples, family counseling, and crisis intervention as well as numerous support groups. Legal Services Since 1991, our Legal Services Program (LSP) has provided education and legal representation in a wide array of civil matters. Harm Reduction / Syringe Exchange Programs Harm Reduction provides the lowest possible threshold services in order to meet the individual ‘where they are’ at any given moment. Comprehensive Patient-Centered Medical Care AHF provides onsite specialized medical services for people living with HIV/AIDS and Hepatitis C. Pharmacy Services AHF operates full pharmacy services onsite that specializes in serving people with HIV/AIDS and Hepatitis C.

    • Location: 161-21 Jamaica Avenue, Jamaica, NY, 11432
    • Phone: 718-896-2500

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    Association for Neighborhood & Housing Development (ANHD)

    ANHD builds community power to win affordable housing and thriving, equitable neighborhoods for all New Yorkers. As a coalition of community groups across New York City, they use research, advocacy, and grassroots organizing to support our members in their work to build equity and justice in their neighborhoods and city-wide.

    • Location: 50 Broad Street - Suite 1402, New York, NY, 10004
    • Phone: 212-747-1117

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    Barrier Free Living (BFL)

    Services and support for survivors of domestic violence with disabilities. The BFL team works with survivors of domestic violence with disabilities at their fully accessible Freedom House domestic violence shelter, Secret Garden domestic violence counseling program, and their latest BFL Apartments offering permanent homes with support services to survivors with disabilities and their families. Programs: https://www.bflnyc.org/programs-services/#bfl-apartments - Freedom House Safe Shelter Crisis domestic violence shelter for individuals and families with or without disabilities. They assist people locally (New York City), nationally and internationally. Safe, confidential and fully accessible shelter offers: Private living spaces, Units equipped to serve people with disabilities, You must be able to live independently with or without a home health aide; Counseling, Case Management & Support Groups, assistance with housing/entitlements, and nursing; Family Services, Child care, Individual and group counseling for children and adolescents. 212-400-6470 - Secret Garden Counseling BFL’s community-based domestic violence program. Services Offered: Counseling and Psychotherapy, Short or long term, domestic violence related trauma and relationship trauma; Case Management, Housing, advocacy, benefits, legal referrals; Support Groups Empowerment, money matters, and domestic violence support among others. No walks in. Please call for an appointment. 212-533-4358 Monday - Friday 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. - BFL Apartments Permanent Homes Newest program. It provides permanent supportive housing to formerly homeless families and single adults who have a disability and are survivors of domestic violence. Services for tenants: • Supportive counseling and case management• Support groups• Children’s learning center, Potential tenants must have an approved 2010E application and be referred by the New York City Human Resources Administration or a service provider. Also available: Occupational Therapy Team and Deaf Services Team Reach our Deaf Services Team at: Video Phone: 646-807-4013 Monday - Friday 9 a.m. - 5 p.m

    • Phone: 212-533-4358

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    BOOM! Health - Wellness Center

    Linkage and navigation, health education, supportive counseling, outreach and testing, youth drop-in, PrEP/PEP education and linkage, health insurance education and access.

    • Location: 3144 3rd Avenue, Bronx, NY, 10451
    • Phone: 718-295-5690

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    BRC Homeless Senior Services

    BRC provide caring and effective services and housing to vulnerable New Yorkers, serving more than 10,000 individuals each year. BRC operates 30 programs and services ranging from, outreach to the unsheltered homeless; transitional housing and shelter; permanent housing; substance abuse treatment; mental and physical health services; workforce development and senior services, throughout New York City.

    • Location: 30 Delancey Street, New York, NY, 10002
    • Phone: (212) 533-2020

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    Breaking Ground

    Breaking Ground’s mission is to strengthen individuals, families and communities by developing and sustaining exceptional supportive and affordable housing as well as programs for homeless and other vulnerable New Yorkers. - Transitional Housing, Permanent, Supportive and Affordable Housing -

    • Location: 505 8th Ave 5th Floor, New York, NY, 10018
    • Phone: 212-389-9300

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    Bronx Works - Grand Concourse

    BronxWorks helps individuals and families improve their economic and social well-being. From toddlers to seniors, we feed, shelter, teach, and support our neighbors to build a stronger community. Services Offered: Homebase Children & Youth Programs Family Programs Services for Seniors Immigration Services Eviction Prevention Homeless Services Chronic Illness Workforce Development

    • Location: 1130 Grand Concourse, 3rd fl, Bronx, NY, 10456
    • Phone: 718-508-3040

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    Bronx Works - Mott Haven

    BronxWorks helps individuals and families improve their economic and social well-being. From toddlers to seniors, we feed, shelter, teach, and support our neighbors to build a stronger community. Services Offered: Homebase Children & Youth Programs Family Programs Services for Seniors Immigration Services Eviction Prevention Homeless Services Chronic Illness Workforce DevelopmentBronxWorks helps individuals and families improve their economic and social well-being. From toddlers to seniors, we feed, shelter, teach, and support our neighbors to build a stronger community. Services Offered: Homebase Children & Youth Programs Family Programs Services for Seniors Immigration Services Eviction Prevention Homeless Services Chronic Illness Workforce Development

    • Location: 630 Jackson Avenue, 2nd fl, Bronx, NY, 10455
    • Phone: (347) 704-0001

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    CAMBA

    CAMBA is a non-profit agency that provides services that connect people with opportunities to enhance their quality of life. Services include: 1. Economic Development 2. Promotes economic revitalization with services tailored to entrepreneurs and job seekers 3. Education and Youth Development 4. Promotes literacy and learning for youth, adults and families 5. Family Support 6. School-based programs, adolescent pregnancy prevention, substance abuse and youth employment programs 7. Health 8. Complete range of services to affected individuals and families 9. Housing 10. Homelessness prevention, housing relocation, emergency, transitional, permanent and supportive housing 11. Legal Services 12. Free legal counsel and representation to low-income residents?

    • Location: 2244 Church Avenue, Brooklyn, NY, 11226
    • Phone: (787) 287-2600

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    CAMBA - Bedford-Stuyvesant

    CAMBA’s HomeBase homelessness prevention program provides a variety of homelessness prevention tools to assist families and individuals experiencing a housing crisis and are at imminent risk of entering the shelter system. HomeBase is the aftercare provider to those who have left shelter with a subsidy and those placed in NYCHA housing.

    • Location: 1958 Fulton Street, 2nd fl, Brooklyn, NY, 11233
    • Phone: (718) 408-5756 x37100

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    CAMBA - Crown Heights

    CAMBA’s HomeBase homelessness prevention program provides a variety of homelessness prevention tools to assist families and individuals experiencing a housing crisis and are at imminent risk of entering the shelter system. HomeBase is the aftercare provider to those who have left shelter with a subsidy and those placed in NYCHA housing.

    • Location: 1117 Eastern Parkway, 3rd fl, Brooklyn, NY, 11213
    • Phone: (718) 622-7323

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    CAMBA - Erasmus

    CAMBA’s HomeBase homelessness prevention program provides a variety of homelessness prevention tools to assist families and individuals experiencing a housing crisis and are at imminent risk of entering the shelter system. HomeBase is the aftercare provider to those who have left shelter with a subsidy and those placed in NYCHA housing.

    • Location: 2244 Church Ave, 4th fl, Brooklyn, NY, 11226
    • Phone: (718) 408-5766

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    CAMBA - St. George

    CAMBA’s HomeBase homelessness prevention program provides a variety of homelessness prevention tools to assist families and individuals experiencing a housing crisis and are at imminent risk of entering the shelter system. HomeBase is the aftercare provider to those who have left shelter with a subsidy and those placed in NYCHA housing.

    • Location: 120 Stuyvesant Place, 4th fl Suite 413, Staten Island, NY, 10301
    • Phone: (718) 282-6473

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    CAMBA - Tompkinsville

    CAMBA’s HomeBase homelessness prevention program provides a variety of homelessness prevention tools to assist families and individuals experiencing a housing crisis and are at imminent risk of entering the shelter system. HomeBase is the aftercare provider to those who have left shelter with a subsidy and those placed in NYCHA housing.

    • Location: 209 Bay Street, 1st fl, Staten Island, NY, 10301
    • Phone: (718) 226-0496

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    Catholic Charities Archdiocese of New York

    Provides services for children, the homeless and hungry, families, individuals with disabilities, and assist with crisis resolution and immigrant and refugee integration through legal counseling, English and civics classes, and work authorization.

    • Location: 1011 1st Avenue, 11 floor, New York, NY, 10022
    • Phone: (888) 744-7900

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    Catholic Charities Archdiocese of Newark

    Catholic Charities as a ministry of the Archdiocese of Newark participates in the Church's social mission by recognizing the inherent dignity and worth of all people and responding with sincere Christian compassion to the corporeal needs of the poor and marginalized.

    • Location: 590 North 7th Street, Newark, NJ, 07107
    • Phone: 973-596-4100

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    Catholic Charities Brooklyn & Queens (CCBQ) - East New York

    CCBQ HomeBase Homelessness Prevention Programs provide services to those who are at risk of entering a shelter due to rental arrears, overcrowding or substandard housing, and to those who have a prior shelter history as part of aftercare services. Services may include case management, tenant/landlord mediation, advocacy/benefit entitlements, short-term financial assistance, referrals and varied workshops that can help individuals who are at risk of homelessness.CCBQ HomeBase Homelessness Prevention Programs provide services to those who are at risk of entering a shelter due to rental arrears, overcrowding or substandard housing, and to those who have a prior shelter history as part of aftercare services. Services may include case management, tenant/landlord mediation, advocacy/benefit entitlements, short-term financial assistance, referrals and varied workshops that can help individuals who are at risk of homelessness.

    • Location: 3060 Fulton Street, 1st fl, Brooklyn, NY, 11208
    • Phone: (929) 234-3036

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    Catholic Charities Brooklyn & Queens (CCBQ) - East New York (Pennsylvania Ave)

    CCBQ HomeBase Homelessness Prevention Programs provide services to those who are at risk of entering a shelter due to rental arrears, overcrowding or substandard housing, and to those who have a prior shelter history as part of aftercare services. Services may include case management, tenant/landlord mediation, advocacy/benefit entitlements, short-term financial assistance, referrals and varied workshops that can help individuals who are at risk of homelessness.CCBQ HomeBase Homelessness Prevention Programs provide services to those who are at risk of entering a shelter due to rental arrears, overcrowding or substandard housing, and to those who have a prior shelter history as part of aftercare services. Services may include case management, tenant/landlord mediation, advocacy/benefit entitlements, short-term financial assistance, referrals and varied workshops that can help individuals who are at risk of homelessness.

    • Location: 560 Livonia Ave, 1st fl, Brooklyn, NY, 11207
    • Phone: (718) 408-7181

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    Catholic Charities Brooklyn & Queens (CCBQ) - Far Rockaway

    CCBQ HomeBase Homelessness Prevention Programs provide services to those who are at risk of entering a shelter due to rental arrears, overcrowding or substandard housing, and to those who have a prior shelter history as part of aftercare services. Services may include case management, tenant/landlord mediation, advocacy/benefit entitlements, short-term financial assistance, referrals and varied workshops that can help individuals who are at risk of homelessness.CCBQ HomeBase Homelessness Prevention Programs provide services to those who are at risk of entering a shelter due to rental arrears, overcrowding or substandard housing, and to those who have a prior shelter history as part of aftercare services. Services may include case management, tenant/landlord mediation, advocacy/benefit entitlements, short-term financial assistance, referrals and varied workshops that can help individuals who are at risk of homelessness.

    • Location: 1847 Mott Ave, Far Rockaway, Queens, NY, 11691
    • Phone: (718) 647-1015

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    Catholic Charities Brooklyn & Queens (CCBQ) - Flatlands

    CCBQ HomeBase Homelessness Prevention Programs provide services to those who are at risk of entering a shelter due to rental arrears, overcrowding or substandard housing, and to those who have a prior shelter history as part of aftercare services. Services may include case management, tenant/landlord mediation, advocacy/benefit entitlements, short-term financial assistance, referrals and varied workshops that can help individuals who are at risk of homelessness.CCBQ HomeBase Homelessness Prevention Programs provide services to those who are at risk of entering a shelter due to rental arrears, overcrowding or substandard housing, and to those who have a prior shelter history as part of aftercare services. Services may include case management, tenant/landlord mediation, advocacy/benefit entitlements, short-term financial assistance, referrals and varied workshops that can help individuals who are at risk of homelessness.

    • Location: 1900A Ralph Ave, 1st fl, Brooklyn, NY, 11234
    • Phone: (718) 514-8034

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    Catholic Charities Brooklyn & Queens (CCBQ) - Jamaica

    CCBQ HomeBase Homelessness Prevention Programs provide services to those who are at risk of entering a shelter due to rental arrears, overcrowding or substandard housing, and to those who have a prior shelter history as part of aftercare services. Services may include case management, tenant/landlord mediation, advocacy/benefit entitlements, short-term financial assistance, referrals and varied workshops that can help individuals who are at risk of homelessness.CCBQ HomeBase Homelessness Prevention Programs provide services to those who are at risk of entering a shelter due to rental arrears, overcrowding or substandard housing, and to those who have a prior shelter history as part of aftercare services. Services may include case management, tenant/landlord mediation, advocacy/benefit entitlements, short-term financial assistance, referrals and varied workshops that can help individuals who are at risk of homelessness.

    • Location: 161-10 Jamaica Ave, 5th fl, Queens, NY, 11432
    • Phone: (718) 674-1000

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    Catholic Charities Community Services (CCCSNY) - Bronxdale

    Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of New York support New Yorkers in need by: Protecting & Nurturing Children & Youth, Feeding the Hungry & Sheltering the Homeless (Homebase), Strengthening Families & Resolving Crises, Supporting the Physically & Emotionally Challenged, Welcoming & Integrating Immigrants & Refugees

    • Location: 2901 White Plains Road, Bronx, NY, 10467
    • Phone: (347) 913-4694

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    Catholic Charities Community Services (CCCSNY) - Hunts Point

    Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of New York support New Yorkers in need by: - Protecting & Nurturing Children & Youth - Feeding the Hungry & Sheltering the Homeless (Homebase) - Strengthening Families & Resolving Crises - Supporting the Physically & Emotionally Challenged - Welcoming & Integrating Immigrants & Refugees

    • Location: 890 Garrison Ave, LL, Bronx, NY, 10474
    • Phone: (929) 259-9430

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    Catholic Charities Community Services (CCCSNY) - Wakefield

    Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of New York support New Yorkers in need by: Protecting & Nurturing Children & Youth Feeding the Hungry & Sheltering the Homeless (Homebase) Strengthening Families & Resolving Crises Supporting the Physically & Emotionally Challenged Welcoming & Integrating Immigrants & Refugees

    • Location: 4377 Bronx Boulevard, 3rd fl, Bronx, NY, 10466
    • Phone: (347) 947-3920

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    Catholic Charities Community Services (CCCSNY) - Westchester, Unionport

    Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of New York support New Yorkers in need by: Protecting & Nurturing Children & Youth Feeding the Hungry & Sheltering the Homeless (Homebase) Strengthening Families & Resolving Crises Supporting the Physically & Emotionally Challenged Welcoming & Integrating Immigrants & Refugees

    • Location: 2155 Blackrock Ave, 1st fl, Bronx, NY, 10472
    • Phone: (718) 414-1050

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    Center for Independence of the Disable (CIDNY) - Manhattan

    CIDNY’s offices in Manhattan and Queens provide benefits counseling, independent living skills development, direct services (e.g., housing assistance, employment-related assistance, healthcare access, peer counseling, nursing home transition and diversion, and youth transition), information and referrals, and recreational activities.

    • Location: 841 Broadway Suite 301, New York, NY, 10003
    • Phone: 1-212-674-2300

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    Center for Independence of the Disable (CIDNY) - Queens

    CIDNY’s offices in Manhattan and Queens provide benefits counseling, independent living skills development, direct services (e.g., housing assistance, employment-related assistance, healthcare access, peer counseling, nursing home transition and diversion, and youth transition), information and referrals, and recreational activities. All services are free.

    • Location: Suite 400 Kew Gardens, NY 11415, Queens, NY, 11415
    • Phone: 1-646-442-1520

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    Center for Independence of the Disabled, NY

    CIDNY is the voice of people with disabilities in New York City. The staff and Board include social workers, lawyers, and other highly qualified professionals, most of whom are people with disabilities. The staff all have a strong belief in self-determination and bring valuable life experiences and insights to their work.

    • Location: 841 Broadway, Suite 301, New York, NY, 10003
    • Phone: (212) 674-2300

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    Center for Urban Community Services

    Center for Urban Community Services have delivered housing, financial stability, mental health and medical services to vulnerable New Yorkers. Free and open to the public, CUCS Benefit Centers can connect you to the housing, financial and legal resources you may need.

    • Location: 198 East 121st Street, New York, NY, 10035
    • Phone: (212) 801-3300

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    Coalition for the Homeless

    The Coalition for the Homeless: advocacy and direct service organization helping homeless men, women and children.

    • Location: 129 Fulton St, New York, NY, 10038
    • Phone: (212) 776-2000

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    Community Options- New York City

    Community Options, Inc. of New York City provide residential and employment support services to individuals with disabilities in all five boroughs of New York City and in Westchester County. Services Offered: Residential Services Residential Placement Housing Individualized Residential Alternatives Individual Support Services Residential Habilitation Services After School Recreation Program Social Recreation Services Community Based Day Program Services Community Integration Counseling In-Home and Community Based Support Services Independent Living Skills Training and Development Supported Employment Services Service Coordination Medicaid Service Coordination Medicaid Waiver Services Intensive Behavioral Supports Advocacy Traumatic Brain Injury Services (HCSS/ILS)

    • Location: Empire State Building 350 Fifth Avenue Suite 5230, New York, NY, 10118
    • Phone: 212-227-9110

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    Community Options- Queens

    Community Options, Inc. of New York City provide residential and employment support services to individuals with disabilities in all five boroughs of New York City and in Westchester County. Services Offered: - Residential Services - Residential Placement - Housing - Individualized Residential Alternatives - Individual Support Services - Residential Habilitation Services - After School Recreation Program - Social Recreation Services - Community Based Day Program Services - Community Integration Counseling - In-Home and Community Based Support Services - Independent Living Skills Training and Development - Supported Employment Services - Service Coordination - Medicaid Service Coordination - Medicaid Waiver Services - Intensive Behavioral Supports - Advocacy - Traumatic Brain Injury Services (HCSS/ILS)

    • Location: 4301 Bell Boulevard, Bayside, NY, 11361
    • Phone: 917-746-9352

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    Department of Social Services (DSS)- CityFHEPS

    CityFHEPS is a rental assistance supplement to help individuals and families find and keep housing. It is administered by the Department of Social Services (DSS), which includes both the Department of Homeless Services (DHS) and the Human Resources Administration (HRA).

    • Phone: 929-221-0043

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    Disability Rent Increase Exemption (DRIE)

    DRIE provides a rent freeze to tenants with disabilities. If their rent goes up, tenants with DRIE do not have to pay the higher rate. The City pays the difference between the current and future rent. Once applied, it takes 10 – 15 days to hear back You are not required to file taxes to qualify for DRIE You will need to send documents. Never mail your original documents, just copies You do not need your landlord’s permission to apply Apply by mail or in person The NYC Rent Freeze program also includes Senior Citizen Rent Increase Exemption (SCRIE)

    • Location: 66 John St, 3rd Floor, New York, NY, 10038

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    Drop-In Center - Mainchance

    The Mainchance Drop-In Center is the Grand Central Neighborhood Social Services Corporation multi-service facility, and it is our home base. At Mainchance, clients can stay in emergency overnight shelter, receive a variety of services including housing, medical, social work, catch a bus to a faith-based overnight bed program and eat 3 meals a day in our kitchen.

    • Location: 120 East 32nd Street, New York, NY, 10016
    • Phone: (212) 883-0680

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    Drop-In Center - Olivieri Center

    Drop-In center for the poor and/or homeless. Soup kitchen, showers, and other services available to members of the program. Clients may drop in during business hours, see intake, and may join the program if they qualify.

    • Location: 257 West 30th Street, New York, NY, 10001
    • Phone: (212) 947-3211

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    Drop-In Center - Project Hospitality

    Project Hospitality provides 24 hour Outreach Services to homeless individuals on Staten Island.

    • Location: 25 Central Avenue, Staten Island, NY, 10301
    • Phone: (718) 720-0079

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    Drop-In Center - The Gathering Place

    The Gathering Place Drop-in Center serves homeless men and women, 18 and older, 24 hours per day, seven days a week, year round. The center provides a safe, sanitary and stable alternative to the street, using an individualized and flexible approach to serve the hard-to-reach street homeless population that refuses the city shelter system

    • Location: 2402 Atlantic Avenue, Brooklyn, NY, 11233
    • Phone: (718) 385-8726

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    Drop-In Center - The Living Room

    The Living Room is the only 24-hour drop-in center in the Bronx for street homeless adults. Clients are welcome to spend time off the street, use the laundry and showers, eat a hot meal, and get other essential help.

    • Location: 800 Barretto St., Bronx, NY, 10474
    • Phone: (718) 893-3606

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    GMHC, Inc.

    The leading provider of HIV/AIDS prevention, care, and advocacy. Provides services in legal assistance, mental health, substance abuse, social services, workforce development, health insurance applications, rental support, financial management, housing, and more.

    • Location: 307 West 38th Street, New York, NY, 10018
    • Phone: (217) 367-1000

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    GoSection 8 (NYCHA) - Listings

    Affordable Housing Listings- Online Free Listings.


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    Habitat for Humanity - Westchester

    Habitat of Westchester has made great strides in its mission of building decent, safe, affordable housing across the county. Habitat has gained the trust of local governments and community residents alike by dedicating money, materials and muscle to accomplishing its goals in Westchester.

    • Location: 524 Main St., New Rochelle, NY,
    • Phone: (914) 636-8335

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    HELP USA - Morris Heights

    HELP USA provide affortable apartments for people who are low income or who have experienced homelessness. Also provides shelter for people in crisis. Who they serve? Senior Citizens , Families, Single Adults, Survivors of domestic violence, People with health challenges and disabilities. Homebase program available

    • Location: 1981 Sedgwick Ave, 1st fl, Bronx, NY, 10453
    • Phone: (718) 215-6453

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    HELP USA - Mount Hope

    HELP USA provide affortable apartments for people who are low income or who have experienced homelessness. Also provides shelter for people in crisis. Who they serve? Senior Citizens , Families, Single Adults, Survivors of domestic violence, People with health challenges and disabilities. Homebase program available

    • Location: 1780 Grand Concourse, lev 1, Bronx, NY, 10457
    • Phone: (347) 226-4540

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    HELP USA - Parkchester

    HELP USA provide affortable apartments for people who are low income or who have experienced homelessness. Also provides shelter for people in crisis. Who they serve? Senior Citizens , Families, Single Adults, Survivors of domestic violence, People with health challenges and disabilities. Homebase program available

    • Location: 1860 East Tremont Ave, 1st fl, Bronx, NY, 10460
    • Phone: (718) 299-8473

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    HELP USA - Williamsbridge

    HELP USA provide affortable apartments for people who are low income or who have experienced homelessness. Also provides shelter for people in crisis. Who they serve? Senior Citizens , Families, Single Adults, Survivors of domestic violence, People with health challenges and disabilities. Homebase program available

    • Location: 815 Burke Ave, 1st fl, Bronx, NY, 10467
    • Phone: (646) 905-5289

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    Hotpads

    Online Listings


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    Housing Court Answers

    Housing Court Answers educates and empowers NYC tenants and small homeowners through Information Tables and a hotline. We can explain Housing Court and housing law, rent arrears assistance, and homeless They also conduct trainings for community groups, unions, elected officials and others on Housing Court procedures, eviction prevention programs and housing law. And, last but most important, they fight every day for the rights of unrepresented people in Housing Court. Homelessness prevention.

    • Phone: (212) 962-4795

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    Housing Works

    Housing Works mission is to provide safe, secure, and stable housing to homeless New Yorkers living with HIV/AIDS and/or other chronic health conditions.

    • Phone: (347) 473-7400

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    Human Resources Administration/Department of Social Services (HRA/DSS)

    The New York City Human Resources Administration/Department of Social Services (HRA/DSS) is dedicated to fighting poverty and income inequality by providing New Yorkers in need with essential benefits such as Food Assistance and Emergency Rental Assistance.

    • Location: 150 Greenwich St, New York, NY, 10038
    • Phone: (212) 232-0560

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    ICNA Relief USA

    ICNA Relief strives to uplift the underserved in the US through a nationwide network of shelters, food pantries, health clinics, skill development programs, disaster relief services, refugee services and more. ICNA Relief works to build healthy communities, strengthen families and create opportunities for those in despair while maintaining their dignity and advocating for their basic human needs.

    • Location: 87-91 144th Street, Jamaica, NY, 11435
    • Phone: (718) 658-7028

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    International Rescue Committee

    Helps people whose lives and livelihoods are shattered by conflict and natural disaster to survive, recover and regain control of their future.

    • Location: 122 East 42nd Street, New York, NY, 10168
    • Phone: (212) 551-3000

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    J.U.S.T.I.C.E. Organization

    Community Building and Renewal, Community Service and Volunteering, Assisting the Disabled, Economic Development, Education through Academia, Housing and Homelessness, Recovery, Counseling those with Addictions and Victims of Abuse.

    • Location: 219 Beach 28th Street, Far Rockaway, NY, 11691
    • Phone: (718) 772-7951

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    Legal Services NYC

    Provides accessible legal services in a variety of areas, such as education, bankruptcy, civil rights and language access, consumer rights, disability, disaster recovery, employment law, family law, homeowner rights, government benefits, immigration, and LGBTQ advocacy.

    • Location: 40 Worth Street, Suite 606, New York, NY, 10013
    • Phone: (646) 442-3600

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    Lutheran Social Services of New York

    Provides services in early childhood, family, healthy homes, nutrition and food assistance, housing assistance, immigration and legal assistance, disaster response, and education.

    • Phone: (212) 870-1100

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    Missionaries of Charity/Queen of Peace

    The Missionaries of Charity was established by the Mother Teresa with the sole aim to give 'wholehearted free service to the poorest of the poor'. The Missionaries of Charity began as a small community with only 12 members, but today, the organization has over 4,500 members running orphanages, AIDS nursing homes, and caring for refugees, the blind, disabled, aged, alcoholics, the poor and homeless victims of floods, epidemics and famine.

    • Location: 335 East 145th Street, Bronx, NY, 10451

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    Naked Apartments

    Online Listings


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    Neighborhood Association for Inter-Cultural Affairs, Inc., (NAICA)

    NAICA’s mission is to provide culturally & linguistically client-centered housing, legal and social support services that promote self-efficacy and improves the quality of life for individuals and families in New York. Services Offered: Culturally Sensitive Services to Youth, Seniors & Families Homeless Services and Stabilization Homeless Prevention Rapid Rehousing Eviction Prevention Supportive Housing Legal Housing Services HASA Programs Low-Income Affordable Housing Program Tenant Advocacy Tenant Landlord Litigation

    • Location: 1075 Grand Concourse, Bronx, NY, 10452
    • Phone: 718-538-3344

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    New Destiny Housing

    New Destiny is a New York City nonprofit founded in 1994 to provide housing and services to one of the City’s most vulnerable homeless populations – victims of domestic violence and their children. They are committed to increasing permanent housing options for domestic violence survivors by building affordable housing and improving their access to existing housing resources.

    • Location: New Destiny Housing 12 West 37th Street, 7th floor, New York, NY, 10018
    • Phone: 1-646-472-0262

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    New York City Housing Development Corporation (HDC)

    HDC seeks to increase the supply of multi-family housing, stimulate economic growth and revitalize neighborhoods by financing the creation and preservation of affordable housing for low- , moderate- , and middle-income New Yorkers.

    • Phone: (212) 227-5500

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    New York State Department of Housing and Community Renewal

    Information and programs for low-income renters, Rent Stabilized tenants, and those in search of an affordable apartment.


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    NYC Department for the Aging (DFTA)

    Department for the Aging (DFTA) is committed to helping them age in their homes and communities. DFTA also has a Senior Employment Services Unit, Caregiver Resource Center, Elderly Crime Victims Resource Center, Grandparent Resource Center, Foster Grandparent Program, Bill Payer Program, and Volunteer Resource Center.


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    NYC Department of Homeless Services (DHS)

    The New York City Department of Homeless Services (DHS) is an agency within the government of New York City that provides services to the homeless, though its ultimate aim is to overcome homelessness.

    • Location: 33 Beaver Street, New York, NY, 10004
    • Phone: 212-361-7900

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    NYC Department of Social Services (DSS)

    The Department of Social Services (DSS) provides access to information for the benefit of the community about SNAP Benefits and Food Program, Homelessness Prevention, Rental Assistance, Cash Assistance, Disability Access, Adult Protective Services, Child Support Services, Employment, Healthcare, Temporary Emergency Shelter.

    • Location: 150 Greenwich Street, 42nd Floor, New York, NY, 10006

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    NYC Housing Authority (NYCHA) - Bronx/Manhattan/Queens

    The New York City Housing Authority's mission is to increase opportunities for low- and moderate-income New Yorkers by providing safe, affordable housing and facilitating access to social and community services.

    • Location: 478 East Fordham Road, Bronx, NY, 10458
    • Phone: (718) 707-7771

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    NYC Housing Authority (NYCHA) - Brooklyn/Staten Island/Queens

    The New York City Housing Authority's mission is to increase opportunities for low- and moderate-income New Yorkers by providing safe, affordable housing and facilitating access to social and community services.

    • Location: 787 Atlantic Avenue, Brooklyn, NY, 11238
    • Phone: (718) 707-7771

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    NYC Housing Connect

    NYC Housing Connect is your portal to find and apply for opportunities in New York City.

    • Phone: (212) 863-5610

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    NYC Human Resources Administration (HRA) - Office of Civil Justice (OCJ)

    If eligible: Free legal assistance through HRA's Office of Civil Justice (OCJ). OCJ is implementing Universal Access to legal services in phases, providing tenants across New York City who are facing eviction in Housing Court and NYCHA tenancy termination proceedings with access to free legal services.

    • Phone: 917-661-4505

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    NYC Human Resources Administration (HRA) - Pathway Home

    Pathway Home is a program that enables families and individuals to move out of shelter by moving in with friends or family members ("host families"). Pathway Home can help you move from shelter back to the community as quickly as possible by providing monthly payments to your host family for up to 12 months. The program is open to all eligible families or individuals who have resided in shelter for at least 90 days. Next steps should go through the program administrator.


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    NYC Human Resources Administration (HRA) - SOTA (Special One-Time Assistance Program)

    The SOTA program provides one year's full rent up front for eligible DHS clients to move within New York City, to other New York State counties, or to another state, Puerto Rico, or Washington, DC.

    • Phone: 718-557-1399

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    NYS Office for People With Developmental Disabilities (OPWDD) - Bronx

    The New York State Office for People With Developmental Disabilities (OPWDD) is responsible for coordinating services for nearly 140,000 New Yorkers with developmental disabilities, including intellectual disabilities, cerebral palsy, Down syndrome, autism spectrum disorders, Prader-Willi syndrome and other neurological impairments. It provides services directly and through a network of approximately 650 nonprofit service providing agencies, with about 80 percent of services provided by the private nonprofits and 20 percent provided by state-run services. Once someone is determined eligible to receive services, they can begin the planning process. There are many support and service options available, including residential, employment, day habilitation, children’s services and aging services.

    • Location: 2400 Halsey St., Bronx, NY, 10461
    • Phone: 718-430-0757

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    NYS Office for People With Developmental Disabilities (OPWDD) - Brooklyn

    The New York State Office for People With Developmental Disabilities (OPWDD) is responsible for coordinating services for nearly 140,000 New Yorkers with developmental disabilities, including intellectual disabilities, cerebral palsy, Down syndrome, autism spectrum disorders, Prader-Willi syndrome and other neurological impairments. It provides services directly and through a network of approximately 650 nonprofit service providing agencies, with about 80 percent of services provided by the private nonprofits and 20 percent provided by state-run services. Once someone is determined eligible to receive services, they can begin the planning process. There are many support and service options available, including residential, employment, day habilitation, children’s services and aging services.

    • Location: 888 Fountain Ave., Bldg. 1, 2nd Floor, Brooklyn, NY, 11239
    • Phone: 718-642-8576

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    NYS Office for People With Developmental Disabilities (OPWDD) - Manhattan

    The New York State Office for People With Developmental Disabilities (OPWDD) is responsible for coordinating services for nearly 140,000 New Yorkers with developmental disabilities, including intellectual disabilities, cerebral palsy, Down syndrome, autism spectrum disorders, Prader-Willi syndrome and other neurological impairments. It provides services directly and through a network of approximately 650 nonprofit service providing agencies, with about 80 percent of services provided by the private nonprofits and 20 percent provided by state-run services. Once someone is determined eligible to receive services, they can begin the planning process. There are many support and service options available, including residential, employment, day habilitation, children’s services and aging services.

    • Location: Address: 25 Beaver St., 4th Floor, Manhattan, NY, 10004
    • Phone: 646-766-3220

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    NYS Office for People With Developmental Disabilities (OPWDD) - Queens

    The New York State Office for People With Developmental Disabilities (OPWDD) is responsible for coordinating services for nearly 140,000 New Yorkers with developmental disabilities, including intellectual disabilities, cerebral palsy, Down syndrome, autism spectrum disorders, Prader-Willi syndrome and other neurological impairments. It provides services directly and through a network of approximately 650 nonprofit service providing agencies, with about 80 percent of services provided by the private nonprofits and 20 percent provided by state-run services. Once someone is determined eligible to receive services, they can begin the planning process.

    • Location: PO Box 280507, Queens Village, NY, Queens, NY, 11428-0507
    • Phone: 718-217-6485

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    NYS Office for People With Developmental Disabilities (OPWDD) - Staten Island

    The New York State Office for People With Developmental Disabilities (OPWDD) is responsible for coordinating services for nearly 140,000 New Yorkers with developmental disabilities, including intellectual disabilities, cerebral palsy, Down syndrome, autism spectrum disorders, Prader-Willi syndrome and other neurological impairments. It provides services directly and through a network of approximately 650 nonprofit service providing agencies, with about 80 percent of services provided by the private nonprofits and 20 percent provided by state-run services. Once someone is determined eligible to receive services, they can begin the planning process. There are many support and service options available, including residential, employment, day habilitation, children’s services and aging services.

    • Location: 1150 Forest Hill Rd., Bldg. 12, Suite A, Staten Island, NY, 10314-6316
    • Phone: 718-982-1913

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    Phipps Neighborhoods

    Phipps Neighborhoods helps children, youth, and families in low-income communities rise above poverty. They work in South Bronx neighborhoods where we can address the greatest barriers to lasting success through education and career programs, and access to community resources. They are dedicated to our neighborhoods for the long term, supporting individuals and families as they establish self-sufficiency. Their services create opportunities for people to thrive in every aspect of their lives. - Affordable Housing Housing Information & Applications | Visit http://phippsrentals.com/ - Transitional Housing - Supportive Housing through a referral program with the NYC Department of Homeless Services.

    • Location: Phipps Neighborhoods 902 Broadway, 13th Floor, New York, NY, 10010
    • Phone: 347-329-3929

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    Project Hospitality

    It is the mission of Project Hospitality, Inc. to reach out to community members who are hungry, homeless or otherwise in need in order to work with them to achieve their self-sufficiency. Project Hospitality seeks to realize its mission both by advocating for those in need and by establishing a comprehensive continuum of care that begins with the provision of food, clothing and shelter and extends to other services which include health care, mental health, alcohol and substance abuse treatment, HIV care, education, vocational training, legal assistance, and transitional and permanent housing.

    • Location: 100 Park Avenue, Staten Island, NY,
    • Phone: (718) 818-7123

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    RAIN INC

    Services offered: Continuum of Care Home Care, Disabled Adults, Special Needs, Cucina Dolores, R.A.I.N. Alzheimers Caregivers, Geriatric Workforce Enhancement Program (GWEP), Continuum of Care – Community Based, Home-Delivered Meals, Entitlements, Low Income Housing For the Elderly, Senior Centers

    • Location: 811 Morris Park Avenue, Bronx, NY, 10462
    • Phone: 718-829-2131

    Housing

    Rent.com

    Free Online Housing Listings


    Housing

    RiseBoro - Brownsville

    RiseBoro Community Partnership provide services to ensure community residents can stay in their homes and avoid homelessness. Solutions to End Homelessness Program (STEHP) Homebase Program FREE services for qualified households include: Emergency rental assistance, Level Up! Adult Workforce Development program, In-house financial coaching, Landlord/tenant mediation, Public benefits, healthcare screening and enrollment (Food Support Connections program), Tenants' rights seminars, In-house staff attorneys, Community referrals for supportive services, Supportive Services for Veterans

    • Location: 145 East 98st, 2nd fl, Brooklyn, NY, 11212
    • Phone: (917) 819-3200

    Housing

    RiseBoro - Bushwick

    RiseBoro Community Partnership provide services to ensure community residents can stay in their homes and avoid homelessness. FREE services for qualified households include: Emergency rental assistance, Level Up! Adult Workforce Development program, In-house financial coaching, Landlord/tenant mediation, Public benefits, healthcare screening and enrollment (Food Support Connections program), Tenants' rights seminars, In-house staff attorneys, Community referrals for supportive services HOMEBASE Program

    • Location: 1475 Myrtle Ave., Brooklyn, NY, 11237
    • Phone: 347-295-3738

    Housing

    RiseBoro - Williamsburg

    RiseBoro Community Partnership provide services to ensure community residents can stay in their homes and avoid homelessness. Solutions to End Homelessness Program (STEHP) Homebase Program FREE services for qualified households include: Emergency rental assistance, Level Up! Adult Workforce Development program, In-house financial coaching, Landlord/tenant mediation, Public benefits, healthcare screening and enrollment (Food Support Connections program), Tenants' rights seminars, In-house staff attorneys, Community referrals for supportive services, Supportive Services for Veterans

    • Location: 90 Beaver Street, Brooklyn, NY, 11206
    • Phone: 718-366-4300

    Housing

    Rising Ground

    RISING GROUND, a leading nonprofit human services organization, provides children, adults, and families in the greater New York City area, with the resources and skills needed to help them rise above adversity and positively direct their lives.

    • Location: 151 Lawrence Street, Brooklyn, NY, 11201
    • Phone: 914-375-8700

    Housing

    Safe Horizon

    Safe Horizon envisions a society free of violence and abuse. We will lead the way by empowering victims and survivors to find safety, support, connection, and hope. Safe Horizon support the people who have experienced: - Domestic and intimate partner violence - Child physical and sexual abuse - Rape and sexual assault - Human trafficking - Stalking - Youth homelessness - Violent crimes committed against a family member and within communities

    • Location: 2 Lafayette Street, New York, NY, 10007
    • Phone: 212-577-7700.

    Housing

    SAGE Housing- Edie Windsor Center

    SAGE offers innovative services and programs to LGBT older people throughout New York City and nationwide through their affiliate network, SAGENet.

    • Location: 305 7th Avenue, New York, NY, 10001
    • Phone: (646) 576-8669

    Housing

    Sanctuary For Families, Inc.

    Sanctuary for Families is a service provider and advocate for survivors of domestic violence, sex trafficking and related forms of gender violence. Every year, they empower thousands of adults and children to move from fear and abuse to safety and stability, transforming lives through a range of comprehensive services and advocacy.

    • Phone: (212) 349–6009

    Housing

    Senior Citizen Rent Increase Exemption (SCRIE)

    SCRIE helps eligible senior citizens stay in affordable housing with a rent freeze. If their rent goes up, people with SCRIE do not have to pay the higher rent. The City pays the landlord the difference between the current rent and the future rent.

    • Location: 66 John St, 3rd Floor, New York, NY, 10038

    Housing

    Services For The Underserve (SUS) - East Harlem North

    Homebase Program SUS drive scalable solutions to transform the lives of people with disabilities, people in poverty and people facing homelessness: solutions that contribute to righting societal imbalances. Supported Housing, Low- Income Housing

    • Location: 2322 3rd Ave, 3rd fl, New York, NY, 10035
    • Phone: (917) 492-1019

    Housing

    Services For The Underserve (SUS) - Washington Heights

    Homebase Program Available. SUS drive scalable solutions to transform the lives of people with disabilities, people in poverty and people facing homelessness: solutions that contribute to righting societal imbalances. Supported Housing, Low- Income Housing

    • Location: 516 West 181st Street, 4th fl, New York, NY, 10033
    • Phone: (917) 492-1019

    Housing

    Street Easy

    Online Listings


    Housing

    The Bowery Mission

    The Bowery Mission offers a broad range of services to help those who are hungry, homeless, experiencing crisis or in need of medical care.

    • Location: 355 Lexington Avenue, New York, NY, 10017
    • Phone: 1-800-BOWERY-1

    Housing

    The Door

    Provides young people with services in reproductive health care, mental health counseling, legal assistance, GED and English classes, college preparation, career development, supportive housing, recreational activities, and meals.

    • Location: 121 6th Avenue, New York, NY, 10013
    • Phone: (212) 941-9090

    Housing

    The HIV/AIDS Services Administration (HASA)

    HASA is a NYC program for individuals diagnosed with HIV/AIDS. HASA helps people and families living with HIV or AIDS be healthier and more independent. People with HASA are connected with a caseworker who gets them the help they need. This help includes applying for public benefits and services HASA services include intensive case management and assistance in applying for public benefits and services, including: Medicaid Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program benefits Cash assistance Emergency transitional housing Non-emergency housing Rental assistance Home care and homemaking services Mental health and substance abuse screening and treatment referrals Employment and vocational services Transportation assistance SSI or SSD application and appeal

    • Location: In Take Center: 400 Eighth Ave., 2nd Flr., New York, NY, 10001
    • Phone: 212-971-0626

    Housing

    The HUD Veteran Affairs Supportive Housing Program

    HUD-VASH provides permanent supportive housing for eligible homeless Veterans who are single or eligible homeless Veterans with families.

    • Phone: 1-877-424-3838h

    Housing

    The Legal Aid Society

    Services: - Advocating for Financial Rights - Affirming LGBTQ+ Rights - Defending the Accused & Incarcerated - Engaging & Investing in Communities - Fighting for Racial Equity - Lifting the Voices of Children & Adolescents - Preventing Homelessness & Saving Homes - Pursuing Justice for Juveniles - Reforming Law & Policy - Supporting Survivors of Violence & Navigating Divorce - Upholding Worker Rights

    • Phone: 212-577-3300

    Housing

    The Pyramid Safe Haven

    Temporary shelters for homeless adults. Services Offered: Housing placement and benefits assistance, Medical and psychiatric care, Nutritional assistance, Medication monitoring, Substance abuse counseling, Drug and alcohol treatment referrals.

    • Location: 470 E 161st St., Bronx, NY, 10451
    • Phone: (718) 742-1100

    Housing

    Trulia

    Online Listings


    Housing

    United Way of New York City

    United Way of New York City (UWNYC) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping low-income New Yorkers make ends meet and lead self-sufficient lives.

    • Location: 205 E 42nd Street, New York, NY, 10017
    • Phone: (212) 251-2500

    Housing

    Urban Upbound

    Urban Upbound is dedicated to breaking cycles of poverty in New York City public housing and other low-income neighborhoods.


    Housing

    Violence Intervention Program, Inc. (VIP)

    Violence Intervention Program, Inc. (VIP) was founded in 1984 to address the growing prevalence of domestic abuse and family violence in the Latino community.

    • Location: Triborough Station, P.O. Box 1161, New York, NY, 10035
    • Phone: 800-664-5880

    Housing

    Volunteers of America- Greater New York

    Volunteers of America is a national, faith-based human services organization. They are dedicated to helping individuals and families in need create positive and lasting change through social service programs that support and empower them to live safe, healthy and productive lives.

    • Location: 135 West 50th Street , 9th Floor, New York, NY, 10020
    • Phone: (212) 873-2600

    Housing

    Womankind

    Womankind strives towards reducing inequality and inequity in our society—the underpinnings of violence. Womankind services are multilingual and culturally-responsive. But, services are equally valuable for the many non-Asians, the men and boys, and members of the LGBTQ community that we serve. Assistance is offered through all stages of life, from childhood to elder years. For those whose lives have been impacted by violence, Womankind helps them move forward from isolation to connectedness, from surviving to thriving.

    • Location: 32 Broadway, 10th Floor, New York, NY, 10004
    • Phone: 212-732-0054

    Housing

    Zillow

    Online Listings


  • Social Services
    Social Services

    ACACIA Network

    ACACIA provides clients with immediate attention and resources to achieve their specific housing goals, thereby helping them obtain employment and return to self-sufficiency in the community. At shelters operated by the Acacia Network, clients benefit from a range of services offered on-site, including case management, mental health support, vocational counseling, housing placement, health care coordination, advocacy, recreation, referrals for community-based services and education/ training workshops.

    • Location: 300 East 175th Street, Bronx, NY, 10457

    Social Services

    CAMBA

    CAMBA is a non-profit agency that provides services that connect people with opportunities to enhance their quality of life. Services include: 1. Economic Development 2. Promotes economic revitalization with services tailored to entrepreneurs and job seekers 3. Education and Youth Development 4. Promotes literacy and learning for youth, adults and families 5. Family Support 6. School-based programs, adolescent pregnancy prevention, substance abuse and youth employment programs 7. Health 8. Complete range of services to affected individuals and families 9. Housing 10. Homelessness prevention, housing relocation, emergency, transitional, permanent and supportive housing 11. Legal Services 12. Free legal counsel and representation to low-income residents?

    • Location: 2244 Church Avenue, Brooklyn, NY, 11226
    • Phone: (787) 287-2600

    Social Services

    CAMBA - Bedford-Stuyvesant

    CAMBA’s HomeBase homelessness prevention program provides a variety of homelessness prevention tools to assist families and individuals experiencing a housing crisis and are at imminent risk of entering the shelter system. HomeBase is the aftercare provider to those who have left shelter with a subsidy and those placed in NYCHA housing.

    • Location: 1958 Fulton Street, 2nd fl, Brooklyn, NY, 11233
    • Phone: (718) 408-5756 x37100

    Social Services

    CAMBA - Crown Heights

    CAMBA’s HomeBase homelessness prevention program provides a variety of homelessness prevention tools to assist families and individuals experiencing a housing crisis and are at imminent risk of entering the shelter system. HomeBase is the aftercare provider to those who have left shelter with a subsidy and those placed in NYCHA housing.

    • Location: 1117 Eastern Parkway, 3rd fl, Brooklyn, NY, 11213
    • Phone: (718) 622-7323

    Social Services

    CAMBA - Erasmus

    CAMBA’s HomeBase homelessness prevention program provides a variety of homelessness prevention tools to assist families and individuals experiencing a housing crisis and are at imminent risk of entering the shelter system. HomeBase is the aftercare provider to those who have left shelter with a subsidy and those placed in NYCHA housing.

    • Location: 2244 Church Ave, 4th fl, Brooklyn, NY, 11226
    • Phone: (718) 408-5766

    Social Services

    CAMBA - St. George

    CAMBA’s HomeBase homelessness prevention program provides a variety of homelessness prevention tools to assist families and individuals experiencing a housing crisis and are at imminent risk of entering the shelter system. HomeBase is the aftercare provider to those who have left shelter with a subsidy and those placed in NYCHA housing.

    • Location: 120 Stuyvesant Place, 4th fl Suite 413, Staten Island, NY, 10301
    • Phone: (718) 282-6473

    Social Services

    CAMBA - Tompkinsville

    CAMBA’s HomeBase homelessness prevention program provides a variety of homelessness prevention tools to assist families and individuals experiencing a housing crisis and are at imminent risk of entering the shelter system. HomeBase is the aftercare provider to those who have left shelter with a subsidy and those placed in NYCHA housing.

    • Location: 209 Bay Street, 1st fl, Staten Island, NY, 10301
    • Phone: (718) 226-0496

    Social Services

    Catholic Charities Archdiocese of New York

    Provides services for children, the homeless and hungry, families, individuals with disabilities, and assist with crisis resolution and immigrant and refugee integration through legal counseling, English and civics classes, and work authorization.

    • Location: 1011 1st Avenue, 11 floor, New York, NY, 10022
    • Phone: (888) 744-7900

    Social Services

    Catholic Charities Brooklyn & Queens (CCBQ) - Flatlands

    CCBQ HomeBase Homelessness Prevention Programs provide services to those who are at risk of entering a shelter due to rental arrears, overcrowding or substandard housing, and to those who have a prior shelter history as part of aftercare services. Services may include case management, tenant/landlord mediation, advocacy/benefit entitlements, short-term financial assistance, referrals and varied workshops that can help individuals who are at risk of homelessness.CCBQ HomeBase Homelessness Prevention Programs provide services to those who are at risk of entering a shelter due to rental arrears, overcrowding or substandard housing, and to those who have a prior shelter history as part of aftercare services. Services may include case management, tenant/landlord mediation, advocacy/benefit entitlements, short-term financial assistance, referrals and varied workshops that can help individuals who are at risk of homelessness.

    • Location: 1900A Ralph Ave, 1st fl, Brooklyn, NY, 11234
    • Phone: (718) 514-8034

    Social Services

    Catholic Charities Community Services (CCCSNY) - Hunts Point

    Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of New York support New Yorkers in need by: - Protecting & Nurturing Children & Youth - Feeding the Hungry & Sheltering the Homeless (Homebase) - Strengthening Families & Resolving Crises - Supporting the Physically & Emotionally Challenged - Welcoming & Integrating Immigrants & Refugees

    • Location: 890 Garrison Ave, LL, Bronx, NY, 10474
    • Phone: (929) 259-9430

    Social Services

    Catholic Charities Community Services (CCCSNY) - Mid-Hudson Valley

    Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of New York support New Yorkers in need by: Protecting & Nurturing Children & Youth Feeding the Hungry & Sheltering the Homeless (Homebase) Strengthening Families & Resolving Crises Supporting the Physically & Emotionally Challenged Welcoming & Integrating Immigrants & Refugees

    • Location: 218 Church St., Poughkeepsie, NY, 12601
    • Phone: 646-794-2097

    Social Services

    Catholic Charities Community Services (CCCSNY) - New York City Area

    Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of New York support New Yorkers in need by: Protecting & Nurturing Children & Youth Feeding the Hungry & Sheltering the Homeless (Homebase) Strengthening Families & Resolving Crises Supporting the Physically & Emotionally Challenged Welcoming & Integrating Immigrants & Refugees

    • Location: 1011 First Ave., New York, NY, 10022
    • Phone: 646-794-2097

    Social Services

    Catholic Charities Community Services (CCCSNY) - Wakefield

    Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of New York support New Yorkers in need by: Protecting & Nurturing Children & Youth Feeding the Hungry & Sheltering the Homeless (Homebase) Strengthening Families & Resolving Crises Supporting the Physically & Emotionally Challenged Welcoming & Integrating Immigrants & Refugees

    • Location: 4377 Bronx Boulevard, 3rd fl, Bronx, NY, 10466
    • Phone: (347) 947-3920

    Social Services

    Catholic Charities Community Services (CCCSNY) - Westchester, Unionport

    Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of New York support New Yorkers in need by: Protecting & Nurturing Children & Youth Feeding the Hungry & Sheltering the Homeless (Homebase) Strengthening Families & Resolving Crises Supporting the Physically & Emotionally Challenged Welcoming & Integrating Immigrants & Refugees

    • Location: 2155 Blackrock Ave, 1st fl, Bronx, NY, 10472
    • Phone: (718) 414-1050

    Social Services

    Center for Independence of the Disabled, NY

    CIDNY is the voice of people with disabilities in New York City. The staff and Board include social workers, lawyers, and other highly qualified professionals, most of whom are people with disabilities. The staff all have a strong belief in self-determination and bring valuable life experiences and insights to their work.

    • Location: 841 Broadway, Suite 301, New York, NY, 10003
    • Phone: (212) 674-2300

    Social Services

    EarlyLearn NYC

    EarlyLearn NYC Child Care programs provide early care and education services for up to 10 hours a day. These programs are available in two settings: Center-based care for children aged six weeks to four years old. Home-based care for children aged six weeks to three years old through family child care networks.

    • Phone: (718) 935-2009

    Social Services

    El Centro - NYC

    El Centro offers a multitude of services for the Staten Island community. Their main services are as follows: Legal Help; Health Programs; Community Needs; Financial Assistance

    • Location: 1546 Castleton Ave, Staten Island, NY,
    • Phone: (718) 420-6466

    Social Services

    GMHC, Inc.

    The leading provider of HIV/AIDS prevention, care, and advocacy. Provides services in legal assistance, mental health, substance abuse, social services, workforce development, health insurance applications, rental support, financial management, housing, and more.

    • Location: 307 West 38th Street, New York, NY, 10018
    • Phone: (217) 367-1000

    Social Services

    Good Shepherd Services

    Provides youth and family support services throughout New York City. Operates over 80 programs in education, college and career, family support, foster care and adoption, and domestic violence programs.

    • Location: 305 7th Avenue, 9th Floor, New York, NY, 10001
    • Phone: (212) 243-7070

    Social Services

    Her Justice

    Her Justice provides legal and social services to New York City women living in poverty in family court issues, divorce, and immigration. Does legal counseling, brief services, and free volunteer attorney representation.

    • Location: 100 Broadway, 10th Floor, New York, NY, 10005
    • Phone: (212) 695-3800

    Social Services

    International Rescue Committee

    Helps people whose lives and livelihoods are shattered by conflict and natural disaster to survive, recover and regain control of their future.

    • Location: 122 East 42nd Street, New York, NY, 10168
    • Phone: (212) 551-3000

    Social Services

    J.U.S.T.I.C.E. Organization

    Community Building and Renewal, Community Service and Volunteering, Assisting the Disabled, Economic Development, Education through Academia, Housing and Homelessness, Recovery, Counseling those with Addictions and Victims of Abuse.

    • Location: 219 Beach 28th Street, Far Rockaway, NY, 11691
    • Phone: (718) 772-7951

    Social Services

    JASA (Jewish Association Servicing the Aging)

    JASA's mission is to enrich the lives of seniors in the New York metropolitan area so that they can remain in the community with dignity and autonomy. JASA offers assistance to various services such as affordable housing, legal assistance, mental health services, senior centers, transportation, and more.

    • Location: 247 West 37th Street, New York, NY, 10018
    • Phone: 212-273-5200

    Social Services

    Legal Services NYC

    Provides accessible legal services in a variety of areas, such as education, bankruptcy, civil rights and language access, consumer rights, disability, disaster recovery, employment law, family law, homeowner rights, government benefits, immigration, and LGBTQ advocacy.

    • Location: 40 Worth Street, Suite 606, New York, NY, 10013
    • Phone: (646) 442-3600

    Social Services

    Libertas Center for Human Rights

    Provides comprehensive medical, mental health, social and legal services to survivors of torture and human rights violations in the New York City area.

    • Location: 79-01 Broadway, Queens, NY, 11373
    • Phone: (718) 334-6209

    Social Services

    LiveOn NY

    LiveOn NY's programs ensure that older New Yorkers have the supports they need. From training the aging service workforce through workshops and technical assistance, to ensuring access to financial support through the Benefits Outreach Program, to changing how policies are carried out at the City and State level through our advocacy and more. They offer education, training and personalized assistance for: SNAP (food stamps) NY Rent Freeze (Senior Citizen Rent Increase Exemption) Medicare Savings Program Medicaid Low Income Subsidy HEAP

    • Location: 49 West 45th Street, New York, NY, 10036
    • Phone: 212-398-6565

    Social Services

    Lutheran Social Services of New York

    Provides services in early childhood, family, healthy homes, nutrition and food assistance, housing assistance, immigration and legal assistance, disaster response, and education.

    • Phone: (212) 870-1100

    Social Services

    New Destiny Housing

    New Destiny is a New York City nonprofit founded in 1994 to provide housing and services to one of the City’s most vulnerable homeless populations – victims of domestic violence and their children. They are committed to increasing permanent housing options for domestic violence survivors by building affordable housing and improving their access to existing housing resources.

    • Location: New Destiny Housing 12 West 37th Street, 7th floor, New York, NY, 10018
    • Phone: 1-646-472-0262

    Social Services

    NYC Comptroller Scott M. Stringer

    Comptroller Scott M. Stringer is New York City Chief Financial Officer. An independently elected official, he safeguards the City fiscal health, roots out waste, fraud and abuse in local government, and ensures that municipal agencies serve the needs of all New Yorkers.

    • Location: 1 Centre Street, 5th Floor, Room 517, New York, NY, 10007
    • Phone: 212-669-3916

    Social Services

    NYC Department of Homeless Services (DHS)

    The New York City Department of Homeless Services (DHS) is an agency within the government of New York City that provides services to the homeless, though its ultimate aim is to overcome homelessness.

    • Location: 33 Beaver Street, New York, NY, 10004
    • Phone: 212-361-7900

    Social Services

    NYC Department of Social Services (DSS)

    The Department of Social Services (DSS) provides access to information for the benefit of the community about SNAP Benefits and Food Program, Homelessness Prevention, Rental Assistance, Cash Assistance, Disability Access, Adult Protective Services, Child Support Services, Employment, Healthcare, Temporary Emergency Shelter.

    • Location: 150 Greenwich Street, 42nd Floor, New York, NY, 10006

    Social Services

    NYC Human Resources Administration (HRA)

    The Human Resources Administration (HRA) is the nation's largest social services agency and assists over three million low‐income and vulnerable New Yorkers annually through the effective and efficient administration of more than 12 major public benefits programs, which reflects this Administration's priority of addressing poverty and income inequality.


    Social Services

    NYC Parks - Resources for Seniors

    NYC Parks offers a variety of programs for older adults to keep active, healthy, social and engaged in their community. From sports to nature walks, from dancing under the stars to laps in the pool, older adults can continue to lead physically active lives through sports, fitness, and outdoor adventure.


    Social Services

    NYS Office for People With Developmental Disabilities (OPWDD) - Staten Island

    The New York State Office for People With Developmental Disabilities (OPWDD) is responsible for coordinating services for nearly 140,000 New Yorkers with developmental disabilities, including intellectual disabilities, cerebral palsy, Down syndrome, autism spectrum disorders, Prader-Willi syndrome and other neurological impairments. It provides services directly and through a network of approximately 650 nonprofit service providing agencies, with about 80 percent of services provided by the private nonprofits and 20 percent provided by state-run services. Once someone is determined eligible to receive services, they can begin the planning process. There are many support and service options available, including residential, employment, day habilitation, children’s services and aging services.

    • Location: 1150 Forest Hill Rd., Bldg. 12, Suite A, Staten Island, NY, 10314-6316
    • Phone: 718-982-1913

    Social Services

    NYS Office of Children and Family Services (OCFS)

    The New York State Office of Children and Family Services provides a range of resources to help parents with their child care needs, people who want to start or are currently running child care programs, and anyone with a concern about the health or safety of a child in a day care program.

    • Location: 125 Worth Street, New York, NY, 10013
    • Phone: (646) 632-6100

    Social Services

    Project Hospitality

    It is the mission of Project Hospitality, Inc. to reach out to community members who are hungry, homeless or otherwise in need in order to work with them to achieve their self-sufficiency. Project Hospitality seeks to realize its mission both by advocating for those in need and by establishing a comprehensive continuum of care that begins with the provision of food, clothing and shelter and extends to other services which include health care, mental health, alcohol and substance abuse treatment, HIV care, education, vocational training, legal assistance, and transitional and permanent housing.

    • Location: 100 Park Avenue, Staten Island, NY,
    • Phone: (718) 818-7123

    Social Services

    Puerto Rican Family Institute, Inc.

    The Institute is a nationally recognized leader in the field of social, educational, child placement, prevention and mental health services.

    • Location: 145 West 15th Street, New York, NY,
    • Phone: (212) 924-6320

    Social Services

    RAIN INC

    Services offered: Continuum of Care Home Care, Disabled Adults, Special Needs, Cucina Dolores, R.A.I.N. Alzheimers Caregivers, Geriatric Workforce Enhancement Program (GWEP), Continuum of Care – Community Based, Home-Delivered Meals, Entitlements, Low Income Housing For the Elderly, Senior Centers

    • Location: 811 Morris Park Avenue, Bronx, NY, 10462
    • Phone: 718-829-2131

    Social Services

    The Door

    Provides young people with services in reproductive health care, mental health counseling, legal assistance, GED and English classes, college preparation, career development, supportive housing, recreational activities, and meals.

    • Location: 121 6th Avenue, New York, NY, 10013
    • Phone: (212) 941-9090

    Social Services

    Urban Health Plan, Inc. (UHP)

    A not-for-profit system of ten health centers, one mental health center, twelve school-based health centers and three part-time clinics, located in New York City’s South Bronx, Corona, Queens and Central Harlem communities.

    • Location: 1065 Southern Boulevard, Bronx, NY, 10459
    • Phone: 917-375-4081

  • Senior Services
    Senior Services

    BRC Homeless Senior Services

    BRC provide caring and effective services and housing to vulnerable New Yorkers, serving more than 10,000 individuals each year. BRC operates 30 programs and services ranging from, outreach to the unsheltered homeless; transitional housing and shelter; permanent housing; substance abuse treatment; mental and physical health services; workforce development and senior services, throughout New York City.

    • Location: 30 Delancey Street, New York, NY, 10002
    • Phone: (212) 533-2020

    Senior Services

    Breaking Ground

    Breaking Ground’s mission is to strengthen individuals, families and communities by developing and sustaining exceptional supportive and affordable housing as well as programs for homeless and other vulnerable New Yorkers. - Transitional Housing, Permanent, Supportive and Affordable Housing -

    • Location: 505 8th Ave 5th Floor, New York, NY, 10018
    • Phone: 212-389-9300

    Senior Services

    Bronx Works - Grand Concourse

    BronxWorks helps individuals and families improve their economic and social well-being. From toddlers to seniors, we feed, shelter, teach, and support our neighbors to build a stronger community. Services Offered: Homebase Children & Youth Programs Family Programs Services for Seniors Immigration Services Eviction Prevention Homeless Services Chronic Illness Workforce Development

    • Location: 1130 Grand Concourse, 3rd fl, Bronx, NY, 10456
    • Phone: 718-508-3040

    Senior Services

    Bronx Works - Mott Haven

    BronxWorks helps individuals and families improve their economic and social well-being. From toddlers to seniors, we feed, shelter, teach, and support our neighbors to build a stronger community. Services Offered: Homebase Children & Youth Programs Family Programs Services for Seniors Immigration Services Eviction Prevention Homeless Services Chronic Illness Workforce DevelopmentBronxWorks helps individuals and families improve their economic and social well-being. From toddlers to seniors, we feed, shelter, teach, and support our neighbors to build a stronger community. Services Offered: Homebase Children & Youth Programs Family Programs Services for Seniors Immigration Services Eviction Prevention Homeless Services Chronic Illness Workforce Development

    • Location: 630 Jackson Avenue, 2nd fl, Bronx, NY, 10455
    • Phone: (347) 704-0001

    Senior Services

    Catholic Charities Brooklyn & Queens (CCBQ) - East New York

    CCBQ HomeBase Homelessness Prevention Programs provide services to those who are at risk of entering a shelter due to rental arrears, overcrowding or substandard housing, and to those who have a prior shelter history as part of aftercare services. Services may include case management, tenant/landlord mediation, advocacy/benefit entitlements, short-term financial assistance, referrals and varied workshops that can help individuals who are at risk of homelessness.CCBQ HomeBase Homelessness Prevention Programs provide services to those who are at risk of entering a shelter due to rental arrears, overcrowding or substandard housing, and to those who have a prior shelter history as part of aftercare services. Services may include case management, tenant/landlord mediation, advocacy/benefit entitlements, short-term financial assistance, referrals and varied workshops that can help individuals who are at risk of homelessness.

    • Location: 3060 Fulton Street, 1st fl, Brooklyn, NY, 11208
    • Phone: (929) 234-3036

    Senior Services

    Catholic Charities Brooklyn & Queens (CCBQ) - East New York (Pennsylvania Ave)

    CCBQ HomeBase Homelessness Prevention Programs provide services to those who are at risk of entering a shelter due to rental arrears, overcrowding or substandard housing, and to those who have a prior shelter history as part of aftercare services. Services may include case management, tenant/landlord mediation, advocacy/benefit entitlements, short-term financial assistance, referrals and varied workshops that can help individuals who are at risk of homelessness.CCBQ HomeBase Homelessness Prevention Programs provide services to those who are at risk of entering a shelter due to rental arrears, overcrowding or substandard housing, and to those who have a prior shelter history as part of aftercare services. Services may include case management, tenant/landlord mediation, advocacy/benefit entitlements, short-term financial assistance, referrals and varied workshops that can help individuals who are at risk of homelessness.

    • Location: 560 Livonia Ave, 1st fl, Brooklyn, NY, 11207
    • Phone: (718) 408-7181

    Senior Services

    Catholic Charities Brooklyn & Queens (CCBQ) - Far Rockaway

    CCBQ HomeBase Homelessness Prevention Programs provide services to those who are at risk of entering a shelter due to rental arrears, overcrowding or substandard housing, and to those who have a prior shelter history as part of aftercare services. Services may include case management, tenant/landlord mediation, advocacy/benefit entitlements, short-term financial assistance, referrals and varied workshops that can help individuals who are at risk of homelessness.CCBQ HomeBase Homelessness Prevention Programs provide services to those who are at risk of entering a shelter due to rental arrears, overcrowding or substandard housing, and to those who have a prior shelter history as part of aftercare services. Services may include case management, tenant/landlord mediation, advocacy/benefit entitlements, short-term financial assistance, referrals and varied workshops that can help individuals who are at risk of homelessness.

    • Location: 1847 Mott Ave, Far Rockaway, Queens, NY, 11691
    • Phone: (718) 647-1015

    Senior Services

    Catholic Charities Brooklyn & Queens (CCBQ) - Flatlands

    CCBQ HomeBase Homelessness Prevention Programs provide services to those who are at risk of entering a shelter due to rental arrears, overcrowding or substandard housing, and to those who have a prior shelter history as part of aftercare services. Services may include case management, tenant/landlord mediation, advocacy/benefit entitlements, short-term financial assistance, referrals and varied workshops that can help individuals who are at risk of homelessness.CCBQ HomeBase Homelessness Prevention Programs provide services to those who are at risk of entering a shelter due to rental arrears, overcrowding or substandard housing, and to those who have a prior shelter history as part of aftercare services. Services may include case management, tenant/landlord mediation, advocacy/benefit entitlements, short-term financial assistance, referrals and varied workshops that can help individuals who are at risk of homelessness.

    • Location: 1900A Ralph Ave, 1st fl, Brooklyn, NY, 11234
    • Phone: (718) 514-8034

    Senior Services

    Catholic Charities Brooklyn & Queens (CCBQ) - Jamaica

    CCBQ HomeBase Homelessness Prevention Programs provide services to those who are at risk of entering a shelter due to rental arrears, overcrowding or substandard housing, and to those who have a prior shelter history as part of aftercare services. Services may include case management, tenant/landlord mediation, advocacy/benefit entitlements, short-term financial assistance, referrals and varied workshops that can help individuals who are at risk of homelessness.CCBQ HomeBase Homelessness Prevention Programs provide services to those who are at risk of entering a shelter due to rental arrears, overcrowding or substandard housing, and to those who have a prior shelter history as part of aftercare services. Services may include case management, tenant/landlord mediation, advocacy/benefit entitlements, short-term financial assistance, referrals and varied workshops that can help individuals who are at risk of homelessness.

    • Location: 161-10 Jamaica Ave, 5th fl, Queens, NY, 11432
    • Phone: (718) 674-1000

    Senior Services

    Catholic Charities Community Services (CCCSNY) - Bronxdale

    Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of New York support New Yorkers in need by: Protecting & Nurturing Children & Youth, Feeding the Hungry & Sheltering the Homeless (Homebase), Strengthening Families & Resolving Crises, Supporting the Physically & Emotionally Challenged, Welcoming & Integrating Immigrants & Refugees

    • Location: 2901 White Plains Road, Bronx, NY, 10467
    • Phone: (347) 913-4694

    Senior Services

    City Meals on Wheels

    Citymeals on Wheels provides a continuous lifeline of nourishing meals and vital companionship to our homebound elderly neighbors.

    • Location: 355 Lexington Avenue, New York, NY, 10017
    • Phone: 212-687-1234

    Senior Services

    HELP USA - Morris Heights

    HELP USA provide affortable apartments for people who are low income or who have experienced homelessness. Also provides shelter for people in crisis. Who they serve? Senior Citizens , Families, Single Adults, Survivors of domestic violence, People with health challenges and disabilities. Homebase program available

    • Location: 1981 Sedgwick Ave, 1st fl, Bronx, NY, 10453
    • Phone: (718) 215-6453

    Senior Services

    HELP USA - Mount Hope

    HELP USA provide affortable apartments for people who are low income or who have experienced homelessness. Also provides shelter for people in crisis. Who they serve? Senior Citizens , Families, Single Adults, Survivors of domestic violence, People with health challenges and disabilities. Homebase program available

    • Location: 1780 Grand Concourse, lev 1, Bronx, NY, 10457
    • Phone: (347) 226-4540

    Senior Services

    HELP USA - Parkchester

    HELP USA provide affortable apartments for people who are low income or who have experienced homelessness. Also provides shelter for people in crisis. Who they serve? Senior Citizens , Families, Single Adults, Survivors of domestic violence, People with health challenges and disabilities. Homebase program available

    • Location: 1860 East Tremont Ave, 1st fl, Bronx, NY, 10460
    • Phone: (718) 299-8473

    Senior Services

    HELP USA - Williamsbridge

    HELP USA provide affortable apartments for people who are low income or who have experienced homelessness. Also provides shelter for people in crisis. Who they serve? Senior Citizens , Families, Single Adults, Survivors of domestic violence, People with health challenges and disabilities. Homebase program available

    • Location: 815 Burke Ave, 1st fl, Bronx, NY, 10467
    • Phone: (646) 905-5289

    Senior Services

    Henry Street Settlement

    Henry Street Settlement Senior Center is a multi-lingual and multi-cultural center that has been serving the needs of the Lower East Side senior community for over 65 years by offering a variety of activities and social services.

    • Location: 334 Madison Street, New York, NY, 10002
    • Phone: (212) 349-2770 X 1205

    Senior Services

    JASA - Starrett City Senior Center

    JASA is one of New York largest and most trusted agencies serving older adults. Their goal is to keep seniors living safely in their own homes and communities with independence, dignity, and joy.

    • Location: 1540 Van Siclen Avenue, Brooklyn, NY, 11239
    • Phone: (718) 642-1010

    Senior Services

    New York State Department of Housing and Community Renewal

    Information and programs for low-income renters, Rent Stabilized tenants, and those in search of an affordable apartment.


    Senior Services

    NY Common Pantry

    New York Common Pantry works toward the reduction of hunger and food insecurity through an array of programs that function to establish long-term independence for those we serve. The whole-person approach starts with food provision through the distribution of nutritious, fresh food pantry packages in Choice Pantry and hearty balanced breakfast and dinner in the Hot Meals program. Supplemental food is provided to seniors aged 60 and older through Nourish. We then go further to address the reasons for food insecurity with case management services through the help of Help 365, which assists Pantry visitors in gaining access to resources, and Project Dignity, which connects homeless visitors to resources. The third vital element in their whole-person approach is education offered through their Live Healthy! program. Live Healthy! teaches children and adults about the importance of a nutritionally sound diet and active living, as well as provides them with the skills necessary to make healthier choices for their families.

    • Location: 8 East 109th Street, New York, NY, 10029
    • Phone: (917) 720-9700

    Senior Services

    NYS Office for People With Developmental Disabilities (OPWDD) - Bronx

    The New York State Office for People With Developmental Disabilities (OPWDD) is responsible for coordinating services for nearly 140,000 New Yorkers with developmental disabilities, including intellectual disabilities, cerebral palsy, Down syndrome, autism spectrum disorders, Prader-Willi syndrome and other neurological impairments. It provides services directly and through a network of approximately 650 nonprofit service providing agencies, with about 80 percent of services provided by the private nonprofits and 20 percent provided by state-run services. Once someone is determined eligible to receive services, they can begin the planning process. There are many support and service options available, including residential, employment, day habilitation, children’s services and aging services.

    • Location: 2400 Halsey St., Bronx, NY, 10461
    • Phone: 718-430-0757

    Senior Services

    NYS Office for People With Developmental Disabilities (OPWDD) - Brooklyn

    The New York State Office for People With Developmental Disabilities (OPWDD) is responsible for coordinating services for nearly 140,000 New Yorkers with developmental disabilities, including intellectual disabilities, cerebral palsy, Down syndrome, autism spectrum disorders, Prader-Willi syndrome and other neurological impairments. It provides services directly and through a network of approximately 650 nonprofit service providing agencies, with about 80 percent of services provided by the private nonprofits and 20 percent provided by state-run services. Once someone is determined eligible to receive services, they can begin the planning process. There are many support and service options available, including residential, employment, day habilitation, children’s services and aging services.

    • Location: 888 Fountain Ave., Bldg. 1, 2nd Floor, Brooklyn, NY, 11239
    • Phone: 718-642-8576

    Senior Services

    NYS Office for People With Developmental Disabilities (OPWDD) - Manhattan

    The New York State Office for People With Developmental Disabilities (OPWDD) is responsible for coordinating services for nearly 140,000 New Yorkers with developmental disabilities, including intellectual disabilities, cerebral palsy, Down syndrome, autism spectrum disorders, Prader-Willi syndrome and other neurological impairments. It provides services directly and through a network of approximately 650 nonprofit service providing agencies, with about 80 percent of services provided by the private nonprofits and 20 percent provided by state-run services. Once someone is determined eligible to receive services, they can begin the planning process. There are many support and service options available, including residential, employment, day habilitation, children’s services and aging services.

    • Location: Address: 25 Beaver St., 4th Floor, Manhattan, NY, 10004
    • Phone: 646-766-3220

    Senior Services

    NYS Office for People With Developmental Disabilities (OPWDD) - Queens

    The New York State Office for People With Developmental Disabilities (OPWDD) is responsible for coordinating services for nearly 140,000 New Yorkers with developmental disabilities, including intellectual disabilities, cerebral palsy, Down syndrome, autism spectrum disorders, Prader-Willi syndrome and other neurological impairments. It provides services directly and through a network of approximately 650 nonprofit service providing agencies, with about 80 percent of services provided by the private nonprofits and 20 percent provided by state-run services. Once someone is determined eligible to receive services, they can begin the planning process.

    • Location: PO Box 280507, Queens Village, NY, Queens, NY, 11428-0507
    • Phone: 718-217-6485

    Senior Services

    Phipps Neighborhoods

    Phipps Neighborhoods helps children, youth, and families in low-income communities rise above poverty. They work in South Bronx neighborhoods where we can address the greatest barriers to lasting success through education and career programs, and access to community resources. They are dedicated to our neighborhoods for the long term, supporting individuals and families as they establish self-sufficiency. Their services create opportunities for people to thrive in every aspect of their lives. - Affordable Housing Housing Information & Applications | Visit http://phippsrentals.com/ - Transitional Housing - Supportive Housing through a referral program with the NYC Department of Homeless Services.

    • Location: Phipps Neighborhoods 902 Broadway, 13th Floor, New York, NY, 10010
    • Phone: 347-329-3929

    Senior Services

    Project FIND - Woodstock Senior Center

    Project FIND provides people with many ways to improve their health and well-being by offering activities at their four Senior Centers that stimulate and nourish the body, mind, and spirit.

    • Location: 127 West 43rd Street, Manhattan, NY, 10036
    • Phone: (212) 575-0693

    Senior Services

    SAGE Housing- Edie Windsor Center

    SAGE offers innovative services and programs to LGBT older people throughout New York City and nationwide through their affiliate network, SAGENet.

    • Location: 305 7th Avenue, New York, NY, 10001
    • Phone: (646) 576-8669

    Senior Services

    The Salvation Army - Bushwick

    The Salvation Army has built itself on a central philosophy of bringing assistance to those in need. They provide mutiple services such as adult services,housing, basic needs, youth services, disaster relief, counseling, and holiday assistance.

    • Location: 1151 Bushwick Avenue, Brooklyn, NY, 11221
    • Phone: (718) 455-4102 x102

    Senior Services

    The Salvation Army - Port Richmond Corps

    The Salvation Army has built itself on a central philosophy of bringing assistance to those in need. They provide mutiple services such as adult services,housing, basic needs, youth services, disaster relief, and counseling.

    • Location: 1295 Forest Avenue, Staten Island, NY, 10302
    • Phone: (718) 442-2145

    Senior Services

    The Salvation Army - Stapleton

    The Salvation Army has built itself on a central philosophy of bringing assistance to those in need. They provide mutiple services such as adult services,housing, basic needs, youth services, disaster relief, and counseling.

    • Location: 15 Broad Street, Staten Island, NY, 10304
    • Phone: (718) 448-8480 ext. 202

    Senior Services

    Todt Hill Friendship Club

    Public senior center offering seniors ages 60+ recreational activities and meals.

    • Location: 184 Schmidts Lane, Staten Island, NY, 10314
    • Phone: (718) 698-7979

    Senior Services

    Volunteers of America- Greater New York

    Volunteers of America is a national, faith-based human services organization. They are dedicated to helping individuals and families in need create positive and lasting change through social service programs that support and empower them to live safe, healthy and productive lives.

    • Location: 135 West 50th Street , 9th Floor, New York, NY, 10020
    • Phone: (212) 873-2600

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    Disability Services

    ADAPT Community Network

    ADAPT Community Network provide programs and services that improve the quality of life for people with disabilities. Services: Education, Family Support, Employment, Health Care, Recreation

    • Phone: 1-877-827-2666

    Disability Services

    Barrier Free Living (BFL)

    Services and support for survivors of domestic violence with disabilities. The BFL team works with survivors of domestic violence with disabilities at their fully accessible Freedom House domestic violence shelter, Secret Garden domestic violence counseling program, and their latest BFL Apartments offering permanent homes with support services to survivors with disabilities and their families. Programs: https://www.bflnyc.org/programs-services/#bfl-apartments - Freedom House Safe Shelter Crisis domestic violence shelter for individuals and families with or without disabilities. They assist people locally (New York City), nationally and internationally. Safe, confidential and fully accessible shelter offers: Private living spaces, Units equipped to serve people with disabilities, You must be able to live independently with or without a home health aide; Counseling, Case Management & Support Groups, assistance with housing/entitlements, and nursing; Family Services, Child care, Individual and group counseling for children and adolescents. 212-400-6470 - Secret Garden Counseling BFL’s community-based domestic violence program. Services Offered: Counseling and Psychotherapy, Short or long term, domestic violence related trauma and relationship trauma; Case Management, Housing, advocacy, benefits, legal referrals; Support Groups Empowerment, money matters, and domestic violence support among others. No walks in. Please call for an appointment. 212-533-4358 Monday - Friday 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. - BFL Apartments Permanent Homes Newest program. It provides permanent supportive housing to formerly homeless families and single adults who have a disability and are survivors of domestic violence. Services for tenants: • Supportive counseling and case management• Support groups• Children’s learning center, Potential tenants must have an approved 2010E application and be referred by the New York City Human Resources Administration or a service provider. Also available: Occupational Therapy Team and Deaf Services Team Reach our Deaf Services Team at: Video Phone: 646-807-4013 Monday - Friday 9 a.m. - 5 p.m

    • Phone: 212-533-4358

    Disability Services

    Catholic Charities Community Services (CCCSNY) - Mid-Hudson Valley

    Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of New York support New Yorkers in need by: Protecting & Nurturing Children & Youth Feeding the Hungry & Sheltering the Homeless (Homebase) Strengthening Families & Resolving Crises Supporting the Physically & Emotionally Challenged Welcoming & Integrating Immigrants & Refugees

    • Location: 218 Church St., Poughkeepsie, NY, 12601
    • Phone: 646-794-2097

    Disability Services

    Catholic Charities Community Services (CCCSNY) - New York City Area

    Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of New York support New Yorkers in need by: Protecting & Nurturing Children & Youth Feeding the Hungry & Sheltering the Homeless (Homebase) Strengthening Families & Resolving Crises Supporting the Physically & Emotionally Challenged Welcoming & Integrating Immigrants & Refugees

    • Location: 1011 First Ave., New York, NY, 10022
    • Phone: 646-794-2097

    Disability Services

    Community Options- Brooklyn

    Community Options, Inc. of New York City provide residential and employment support services to individuals with disabilities in all five boroughs of New York City and in Westchester County.

    • Location: 161-165 Woodruff Avenue, Brooklyn, NY, 11226
    • Phone: 718-940-8600

    Disability Services

    Community Options- New York City

    Community Options, Inc. of New York City provide residential and employment support services to individuals with disabilities in all five boroughs of New York City and in Westchester County. Services Offered: Residential Services Residential Placement Housing Individualized Residential Alternatives Individual Support Services Residential Habilitation Services After School Recreation Program Social Recreation Services Community Based Day Program Services Community Integration Counseling In-Home and Community Based Support Services Independent Living Skills Training and Development Supported Employment Services Service Coordination Medicaid Service Coordination Medicaid Waiver Services Intensive Behavioral Supports Advocacy Traumatic Brain Injury Services (HCSS/ILS)

    • Location: Empire State Building 350 Fifth Avenue Suite 5230, New York, NY, 10118
    • Phone: 212-227-9110

    Disability Services

    Community Options- Queens

    Community Options, Inc. of New York City provide residential and employment support services to individuals with disabilities in all five boroughs of New York City and in Westchester County. Services Offered: - Residential Services - Residential Placement - Housing - Individualized Residential Alternatives - Individual Support Services - Residential Habilitation Services - After School Recreation Program - Social Recreation Services - Community Based Day Program Services - Community Integration Counseling - In-Home and Community Based Support Services - Independent Living Skills Training and Development - Supported Employment Services - Service Coordination - Medicaid Service Coordination - Medicaid Waiver Services - Intensive Behavioral Supports - Advocacy - Traumatic Brain Injury Services (HCSS/ILS)

    • Location: 4301 Bell Boulevard, Bayside, NY, 11361
    • Phone: 917-746-9352

    Disability Services

    HELP USA - Morris Heights

    HELP USA provide affortable apartments for people who are low income or who have experienced homelessness. Also provides shelter for people in crisis. Who they serve? Senior Citizens , Families, Single Adults, Survivors of domestic violence, People with health challenges and disabilities. Homebase program available

    • Location: 1981 Sedgwick Ave, 1st fl, Bronx, NY, 10453
    • Phone: (718) 215-6453

    Disability Services

    HELP USA - Mount Hope

    HELP USA provide affortable apartments for people who are low income or who have experienced homelessness. Also provides shelter for people in crisis. Who they serve? Senior Citizens , Families, Single Adults, Survivors of domestic violence, People with health challenges and disabilities. Homebase program available

    • Location: 1780 Grand Concourse, lev 1, Bronx, NY, 10457
    • Phone: (347) 226-4540

    Disability Services

    HELP USA - Parkchester

    HELP USA provide affortable apartments for people who are low income or who have experienced homelessness. Also provides shelter for people in crisis. Who they serve? Senior Citizens , Families, Single Adults, Survivors of domestic violence, People with health challenges and disabilities. Homebase program available

    • Location: 1860 East Tremont Ave, 1st fl, Bronx, NY, 10460
    • Phone: (718) 299-8473

    Disability Services

    HELP USA - Williamsbridge

    HELP USA provide affortable apartments for people who are low income or who have experienced homelessness. Also provides shelter for people in crisis. Who they serve? Senior Citizens , Families, Single Adults, Survivors of domestic violence, People with health challenges and disabilities. Homebase program available

    • Location: 815 Burke Ave, 1st fl, Bronx, NY, 10467
    • Phone: (646) 905-5289

    Disability Services

    New York State Department of Housing and Community Renewal

    Information and programs for low-income renters, Rent Stabilized tenants, and those in search of an affordable apartment.


    Disability Services

    NYC Mayor's Office for People with Disabilities (MOPD)

    MOPD works to make New York the most accessible city in the world, the office regularly engages in advocacy and policymaking at the local, state, national, and international levels to make certain that accessibility and full inclusion are key priorities for all public and private stakeholders alike.

    • Location: 100 Gold Street, 2nd Floor, New York, NY, 10038
    • Phone: 212-788-2830

    Disability Services

    NYS Office for People With Developmental Disabilities (OPWDD) - Bronx

    The New York State Office for People With Developmental Disabilities (OPWDD) is responsible for coordinating services for nearly 140,000 New Yorkers with developmental disabilities, including intellectual disabilities, cerebral palsy, Down syndrome, autism spectrum disorders, Prader-Willi syndrome and other neurological impairments. It provides services directly and through a network of approximately 650 nonprofit service providing agencies, with about 80 percent of services provided by the private nonprofits and 20 percent provided by state-run services. Once someone is determined eligible to receive services, they can begin the planning process. There are many support and service options available, including residential, employment, day habilitation, children’s services and aging services.

    • Location: 2400 Halsey St., Bronx, NY, 10461
    • Phone: 718-430-0757

    Disability Services

    NYS Office for People With Developmental Disabilities (OPWDD) - Brooklyn

    The New York State Office for People With Developmental Disabilities (OPWDD) is responsible for coordinating services for nearly 140,000 New Yorkers with developmental disabilities, including intellectual disabilities, cerebral palsy, Down syndrome, autism spectrum disorders, Prader-Willi syndrome and other neurological impairments. It provides services directly and through a network of approximately 650 nonprofit service providing agencies, with about 80 percent of services provided by the private nonprofits and 20 percent provided by state-run services. Once someone is determined eligible to receive services, they can begin the planning process. There are many support and service options available, including residential, employment, day habilitation, children’s services and aging services.

    • Location: 888 Fountain Ave., Bldg. 1, 2nd Floor, Brooklyn, NY, 11239
    • Phone: 718-642-8576

    Disability Services

    NYS Office for People With Developmental Disabilities (OPWDD) - Manhattan

    The New York State Office for People With Developmental Disabilities (OPWDD) is responsible for coordinating services for nearly 140,000 New Yorkers with developmental disabilities, including intellectual disabilities, cerebral palsy, Down syndrome, autism spectrum disorders, Prader-Willi syndrome and other neurological impairments. It provides services directly and through a network of approximately 650 nonprofit service providing agencies, with about 80 percent of services provided by the private nonprofits and 20 percent provided by state-run services. Once someone is determined eligible to receive services, they can begin the planning process. There are many support and service options available, including residential, employment, day habilitation, children’s services and aging services.

    • Location: Address: 25 Beaver St., 4th Floor, Manhattan, NY, 10004
    • Phone: 646-766-3220

    Disability Services

    NYS Office for People With Developmental Disabilities (OPWDD) - Queens

    The New York State Office for People With Developmental Disabilities (OPWDD) is responsible for coordinating services for nearly 140,000 New Yorkers with developmental disabilities, including intellectual disabilities, cerebral palsy, Down syndrome, autism spectrum disorders, Prader-Willi syndrome and other neurological impairments. It provides services directly and through a network of approximately 650 nonprofit service providing agencies, with about 80 percent of services provided by the private nonprofits and 20 percent provided by state-run services. Once someone is determined eligible to receive services, they can begin the planning process.

    • Location: PO Box 280507, Queens Village, NY, Queens, NY, 11428-0507
    • Phone: 718-217-6485

    Disability Services

    NYS Office for People With Developmental Disabilities (OPWDD) - Staten Island

    The New York State Office for People With Developmental Disabilities (OPWDD) is responsible for coordinating services for nearly 140,000 New Yorkers with developmental disabilities, including intellectual disabilities, cerebral palsy, Down syndrome, autism spectrum disorders, Prader-Willi syndrome and other neurological impairments. It provides services directly and through a network of approximately 650 nonprofit service providing agencies, with about 80 percent of services provided by the private nonprofits and 20 percent provided by state-run services. Once someone is determined eligible to receive services, they can begin the planning process. There are many support and service options available, including residential, employment, day habilitation, children’s services and aging services.

    • Location: 1150 Forest Hill Rd., Bldg. 12, Suite A, Staten Island, NY, 10314-6316
    • Phone: 718-982-1913

    Disability Services

    Rising Ground

    RISING GROUND, a leading nonprofit human services organization, provides children, adults, and families in the greater New York City area, with the resources and skills needed to help them rise above adversity and positively direct their lives.

    • Location: 151 Lawrence Street, Brooklyn, NY, 11201
    • Phone: 914-375-8700

    Disability Services

    Services For The Underserve (SUS) - East Harlem North

    Homebase Program SUS drive scalable solutions to transform the lives of people with disabilities, people in poverty and people facing homelessness: solutions that contribute to righting societal imbalances. Supported Housing, Low- Income Housing

    • Location: 2322 3rd Ave, 3rd fl, New York, NY, 10035
    • Phone: (917) 492-1019

    Disability Services

    Services For The Underserve (SUS) - Washington Heights

    Homebase Program Available. SUS drive scalable solutions to transform the lives of people with disabilities, people in poverty and people facing homelessness: solutions that contribute to righting societal imbalances. Supported Housing, Low- Income Housing

    • Location: 516 West 181st Street, 4th fl, New York, NY, 10033
    • Phone: (917) 492-1019

    Disability Services

    Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI)

    The Social Security and Supplemental Security Income disability programs are the largest of several Federal programs that provide assistance to people with disabilities. Social Security Disability Insurance pays benefits to you and certain members of your family if you are "insured," meaning that you worked long enough and paid Social Security taxes.

    • Phone: 1-800-772-1213

    Disability Services

    Supplemental Security Income (SSI)

    The Supplemental Security Income (SSI) program pays benefits to disabled adults and children who have limited income and resources. SSI benefits also are payable to people 65 and older without disabilities who meet the financial limits. People who have worked long enough may also be able to receive Social Security disability or retirement benefits as well as SSI.

    • Phone: 1-800-772-1213

    Disability Services

    The Legal Aid Society

    Services: - Advocating for Financial Rights - Affirming LGBTQ+ Rights - Defending the Accused & Incarcerated - Engaging & Investing in Communities - Fighting for Racial Equity - Lifting the Voices of Children & Adolescents - Preventing Homelessness & Saving Homes - Pursuing Justice for Juveniles - Reforming Law & Policy - Supporting Survivors of Violence & Navigating Divorce - Upholding Worker Rights

    • Phone: 212-577-3300

    Disability Services

    Urban Justice Center

    The Domestic Violence Project (DVP) help survivors of intimate partner violence and their children live free of violence and abuse. They consider intimate partner violence, regardless of gender, sexual identity, religion, immigration or other status, to be a human rights violation. Their work focuses on providing legal, advocacy and social work services to promote justice, vigorously defend and protect victims’ human rights.

    • Location: 40 Rector Street, 9th Floor, New York, NY, 10006
    • Phone: 718-875-5062

    Disability Services

    Volunteers of America- Greater New York

    Volunteers of America is a national, faith-based human services organization. They are dedicated to helping individuals and families in need create positive and lasting change through social service programs that support and empower them to live safe, healthy and productive lives.

    • Location: 135 West 50th Street , 9th Floor, New York, NY, 10020
    • Phone: (212) 873-2600

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    Veteran Services

    Breaking Ground

    Breaking Ground’s mission is to strengthen individuals, families and communities by developing and sustaining exceptional supportive and affordable housing as well as programs for homeless and other vulnerable New Yorkers. - Transitional Housing, Permanent, Supportive and Affordable Housing -

    • Location: 505 8th Ave 5th Floor, New York, NY, 10018
    • Phone: 212-389-9300

    Veteran Services

    Bronx Workforce1 Career Center

    Workforce1 is a service that prepares and connects qualified candidates to job opportunities in New York City. The service makes strong matches for both job seekers and employers that are hiring by using a unique combination of recruitment expertise, industry knowledge, and skill-building workshops to strengthen candidates’ employment prospects.

    • Location: 400 East Fordham Road, Bronx, NY, 10458
    • Phone: (718) 960-2458

    Veteran Services

    Brooklyn Workforce1 Career Center

    Dedicated Veteran Specialist available to connect veterans and their spouses to training, jobs, and supportive services to meet your career goals while leveraging your military skills and experiences.

    • Location: 9 Bond Street, Brooklyn, NY, 11201
    • Phone: (718) 246-5219

    Veteran Services

    Disability Rent Increase Exemption (DRIE)

    DRIE provides a rent freeze to tenants with disabilities. If their rent goes up, tenants with DRIE do not have to pay the higher rate. The City pays the difference between the current and future rent. Once applied, it takes 10 – 15 days to hear back You are not required to file taxes to qualify for DRIE You will need to send documents. Never mail your original documents, just copies You do not need your landlord’s permission to apply Apply by mail or in person The NYC Rent Freeze program also includes Senior Citizen Rent Increase Exemption (SCRIE)

    • Location: 66 John St, 3rd Floor, New York, NY, 10038

    Veteran Services

    Hunts Point Workforce1 Career Center

    Dedicated Veteran Specialist available to connect veterans and their spouses to training, jobs, and supportive services to meet your career goals while leveraging your military skills and experiences.

    • Location: 1029 East 163rd Street, Bronx, NY, 10459
    • Phone: (718) 542-6777

    Veteran Services

    Midtown Workforce1 Career Center

    Dedicated Veteran Specialist available to connect veterans and their spouses to training, jobs, and supportive services to meet your career goals while leveraging your military skills and experiences.

    • Location: 1250 Broadway, New York, NY, 10001
    • Phone: (646) 358-4747

    Veteran Services

    Queens Workforce1 Career Center

    Dedicated Veteran Specialist available to connect veterans and their spouses to training, jobs, and supportive services to meet your career goals while leveraging your military skills and experiences.

    • Location: 168-25 Jamaica Avenue, Jamaica, NY, 11432
    • Phone: (718) 557-6755

    Veteran Services

    RiseBoro - Brownsville

    RiseBoro Community Partnership provide services to ensure community residents can stay in their homes and avoid homelessness. Solutions to End Homelessness Program (STEHP) Homebase Program FREE services for qualified households include: Emergency rental assistance, Level Up! Adult Workforce Development program, In-house financial coaching, Landlord/tenant mediation, Public benefits, healthcare screening and enrollment (Food Support Connections program), Tenants' rights seminars, In-house staff attorneys, Community referrals for supportive services, Supportive Services for Veterans

    • Location: 145 East 98st, 2nd fl, Brooklyn, NY, 11212
    • Phone: (917) 819-3200

    Veteran Services

    RiseBoro - Williamsburg

    RiseBoro Community Partnership provide services to ensure community residents can stay in their homes and avoid homelessness. Solutions to End Homelessness Program (STEHP) Homebase Program FREE services for qualified households include: Emergency rental assistance, Level Up! Adult Workforce Development program, In-house financial coaching, Landlord/tenant mediation, Public benefits, healthcare screening and enrollment (Food Support Connections program), Tenants' rights seminars, In-house staff attorneys, Community referrals for supportive services, Supportive Services for Veterans

    • Location: 90 Beaver Street, Brooklyn, NY, 11206
    • Phone: 718-366-4300

    Veteran Services

    Services For The Underserve (SUS) - East Harlem North

    Homebase Program SUS drive scalable solutions to transform the lives of people with disabilities, people in poverty and people facing homelessness: solutions that contribute to righting societal imbalances. Supported Housing, Low- Income Housing

    • Location: 2322 3rd Ave, 3rd fl, New York, NY, 10035
    • Phone: (917) 492-1019

    Veteran Services

    Services For The Underserve (SUS) - Washington Heights

    Homebase Program Available. SUS drive scalable solutions to transform the lives of people with disabilities, people in poverty and people facing homelessness: solutions that contribute to righting societal imbalances. Supported Housing, Low- Income Housing

    • Location: 516 West 181st Street, 4th fl, New York, NY, 10033
    • Phone: (917) 492-1019

    Veteran Services

    The HUD Veteran Affairs Supportive Housing Program

    HUD-VASH provides permanent supportive housing for eligible homeless Veterans who are single or eligible homeless Veterans with families.

    • Phone: 1-877-424-3838h

    Veteran Services

    Upper Manhattan Workforce1 Career Center

    Dedicated Veteran Specialist available to connect veterans and their spouses to training, jobs, and supportive services to meet your career goals while leveraging your military skills and experiences. Workforce1 Career Centers are a proud partner of the American Job Center network. Please call 311 to contact this location.

    • Location: 215 West 125th Street, New York, NY, 10027
    • Phone: (917) 493-7054

    Veteran Services

    Volunteers of America- Greater New York

    Volunteers of America is a national, faith-based human services organization. They are dedicated to helping individuals and families in need create positive and lasting change through social service programs that support and empower them to live safe, healthy and productive lives.

    • Location: 135 West 50th Street , 9th Floor, New York, NY, 10020
    • Phone: (212) 873-2600

    Veteran Services

    Workforce1 Industrial & Transportation Career Center

    The center offers comprehensive career services and connections to high-quality employment in the industrial and manufacturing sectors. Dedicated Veteran Specialist available to connect veterans and their spouses to training, jobs, and supportive services to meet your career goals while leveraging your military skills and experiences. Workforce1 Career Centers are a proud partner of the American Job Center network. Please call 311 to contact this location.

    • Location: 168-46 91 Avenue, Jamaica, NY, 11432
    • Phone: (718) 577-2194

  • Legal Services
    Legal Services

    AIDS Center of Queens County (ACQC)

    ACQC's mission is to enhance the quality of life for individuals and their families living with, and at risk for, HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis C, and other chronic health conditions. They do this by providing comprehensive social services in a non-judgmental, safe and supportive environment, and by educating the community to reduce stigma and the transmission of HIV. Services: Health Home Service and Case Management ACQC Health Home is a Care Management service, which coordinates medical care, mental health, and social services for clients with chronic conditions. Education & Prevention / HIV / HEPC / STI / Testing Services The mission of the Health Education and Prevention Department at ACQC is to prevent HIV/AIDS/STIs and promote health and wellness in the communities they serve. Housing Services The ACQC Housing Department provides assistance to people who are homeless, precariously housed or at-risk for homelessness, and are living with HIV/AIDS. Mental Health Article 31 Clinic We provide individual, couples, family counseling, and crisis intervention as well as numerous support groups. Legal Services Since 1991, our Legal Services Program (LSP) has provided education and legal representation in a wide array of civil matters. Harm Reduction / Syringe Exchange Programs Harm Reduction provides the lowest possible threshold services in order to meet the individual ‘where they are’ at any given moment. Comprehensive Patient-Centered Medical Care AHF provides onsite specialized medical services for people living with HIV/AIDS and Hepatitis C. Pharmacy Services AHF operates full pharmacy services onsite that specializes in serving people with HIV/AIDS and Hepatitis C.

    • Location: 161-21 Jamaica Avenue, Jamaica, NY, 11432
    • Phone: 718-896-2500

    Legal Services

    Bronx Works - Grand Concourse

    BronxWorks helps individuals and families improve their economic and social well-being. From toddlers to seniors, we feed, shelter, teach, and support our neighbors to build a stronger community. Services Offered: Homebase Children & Youth Programs Family Programs Services for Seniors Immigration Services Eviction Prevention Homeless Services Chronic Illness Workforce Development

    • Location: 1130 Grand Concourse, 3rd fl, Bronx, NY, 10456
    • Phone: 718-508-3040

    Legal Services

    CAMBA

    CAMBA is a non-profit agency that provides services that connect people with opportunities to enhance their quality of life. Services include: 1. Economic Development 2. Promotes economic revitalization with services tailored to entrepreneurs and job seekers 3. Education and Youth Development 4. Promotes literacy and learning for youth, adults and families 5. Family Support 6. School-based programs, adolescent pregnancy prevention, substance abuse and youth employment programs 7. Health 8. Complete range of services to affected individuals and families 9. Housing 10. Homelessness prevention, housing relocation, emergency, transitional, permanent and supportive housing 11. Legal Services 12. Free legal counsel and representation to low-income residents?

    • Location: 2244 Church Avenue, Brooklyn, NY, 11226
    • Phone: (787) 287-2600

    Legal Services

    CAMBA - Bedford-Stuyvesant

    CAMBA’s HomeBase homelessness prevention program provides a variety of homelessness prevention tools to assist families and individuals experiencing a housing crisis and are at imminent risk of entering the shelter system. HomeBase is the aftercare provider to those who have left shelter with a subsidy and those placed in NYCHA housing.

    • Location: 1958 Fulton Street, 2nd fl, Brooklyn, NY, 11233
    • Phone: (718) 408-5756 x37100

    Legal Services

    CAMBA - Crown Heights

    CAMBA’s HomeBase homelessness prevention program provides a variety of homelessness prevention tools to assist families and individuals experiencing a housing crisis and are at imminent risk of entering the shelter system. HomeBase is the aftercare provider to those who have left shelter with a subsidy and those placed in NYCHA housing.

    • Location: 1117 Eastern Parkway, 3rd fl, Brooklyn, NY, 11213
    • Phone: (718) 622-7323

    Legal Services

    CAMBA - Erasmus

    CAMBA’s HomeBase homelessness prevention program provides a variety of homelessness prevention tools to assist families and individuals experiencing a housing crisis and are at imminent risk of entering the shelter system. HomeBase is the aftercare provider to those who have left shelter with a subsidy and those placed in NYCHA housing.

    • Location: 2244 Church Ave, 4th fl, Brooklyn, NY, 11226
    • Phone: (718) 408-5766

    Legal Services

    CAMBA - St. George

    CAMBA’s HomeBase homelessness prevention program provides a variety of homelessness prevention tools to assist families and individuals experiencing a housing crisis and are at imminent risk of entering the shelter system. HomeBase is the aftercare provider to those who have left shelter with a subsidy and those placed in NYCHA housing.

    • Location: 120 Stuyvesant Place, 4th fl Suite 413, Staten Island, NY, 10301
    • Phone: (718) 282-6473

    Legal Services

    CAMBA - Tompkinsville

    CAMBA’s HomeBase homelessness prevention program provides a variety of homelessness prevention tools to assist families and individuals experiencing a housing crisis and are at imminent risk of entering the shelter system. HomeBase is the aftercare provider to those who have left shelter with a subsidy and those placed in NYCHA housing.

    • Location: 209 Bay Street, 1st fl, Staten Island, NY, 10301
    • Phone: (718) 226-0496

    Legal Services

    HELP USA - Morris Heights

    HELP USA provide affortable apartments for people who are low income or who have experienced homelessness. Also provides shelter for people in crisis. Who they serve? Senior Citizens , Families, Single Adults, Survivors of domestic violence, People with health challenges and disabilities. Homebase program available

    • Location: 1981 Sedgwick Ave, 1st fl, Bronx, NY, 10453
    • Phone: (718) 215-6453

    Legal Services

    HELP USA - Mount Hope

    HELP USA provide affortable apartments for people who are low income or who have experienced homelessness. Also provides shelter for people in crisis. Who they serve? Senior Citizens , Families, Single Adults, Survivors of domestic violence, People with health challenges and disabilities. Homebase program available

    • Location: 1780 Grand Concourse, lev 1, Bronx, NY, 10457
    • Phone: (347) 226-4540

    Legal Services

    HELP USA - Parkchester

    HELP USA provide affortable apartments for people who are low income or who have experienced homelessness. Also provides shelter for people in crisis. Who they serve? Senior Citizens , Families, Single Adults, Survivors of domestic violence, People with health challenges and disabilities. Homebase program available

    • Location: 1860 East Tremont Ave, 1st fl, Bronx, NY, 10460
    • Phone: (718) 299-8473

    Legal Services

    HELP USA - Williamsbridge

    HELP USA provide affortable apartments for people who are low income or who have experienced homelessness. Also provides shelter for people in crisis. Who they serve? Senior Citizens , Families, Single Adults, Survivors of domestic violence, People with health challenges and disabilities. Homebase program available

    • Location: 815 Burke Ave, 1st fl, Bronx, NY, 10467
    • Phone: (646) 905-5289

    Legal Services

    Her Justice

    Her Justice provides legal and social services to New York City women living in poverty in family court issues, divorce, and immigration. Does legal counseling, brief services, and free volunteer attorney representation.

    • Location: 100 Broadway, 10th Floor, New York, NY, 10005
    • Phone: (212) 695-3800

    Legal Services

    Housing Court Answers

    Housing Court Answers educates and empowers NYC tenants and small homeowners through Information Tables and a hotline. We can explain Housing Court and housing law, rent arrears assistance, and homeless They also conduct trainings for community groups, unions, elected officials and others on Housing Court procedures, eviction prevention programs and housing law. And, last but most important, they fight every day for the rights of unrepresented people in Housing Court. Homelessness prevention.

    • Phone: (212) 962-4795

    Legal Services

    Housing Works

    Housing Works mission is to provide safe, secure, and stable housing to homeless New Yorkers living with HIV/AIDS and/or other chronic health conditions.

    • Phone: (347) 473-7400

    Legal Services

    Latino Justice

    Latino Justice works to create a more just society by using and challenging the rule of law to secure transformative, equitable and accessible justice, by empowering our community and by fostering leadership through advocacy and education.

    • Location: 475 Riverside Drive, New York, NY, 10027
    • Phone: 212-219-3360

    Legal Services

    Legal Services NYC

    Provides accessible legal services in a variety of areas, such as education, bankruptcy, civil rights and language access, consumer rights, disability, disaster recovery, employment law, family law, homeowner rights, government benefits, immigration, and LGBTQ advocacy.

    • Location: 40 Worth Street, Suite 606, New York, NY, 10013
    • Phone: (646) 442-3600

    Legal Services

    Make the Road New York (MRNY)

    Make the Road New York (MRNY) builds the power of Latino and working class communities to achieve dignity and justice through organizing, policy innovation, transformative education, and survival services. * Cleaned up mold in hundreds of homes and helped families access the healthcare they need to address severe respiratory ailments after exposure.

    • Location: 301 Grove Street, Brooklyn, NY,
    • Phone: (718) 418-7690

    Legal Services

    Neighborhood Association for Inter-Cultural Affairs, Inc., (NAICA)

    NAICA’s mission is to provide culturally & linguistically client-centered housing, legal and social support services that promote self-efficacy and improves the quality of life for individuals and families in New York. Services Offered: Culturally Sensitive Services to Youth, Seniors & Families Homeless Services and Stabilization Homeless Prevention Rapid Rehousing Eviction Prevention Supportive Housing Legal Housing Services HASA Programs Low-Income Affordable Housing Program Tenant Advocacy Tenant Landlord Litigation

    • Location: 1075 Grand Concourse, Bronx, NY, 10452
    • Phone: 718-538-3344

    Legal Services

    New York City Anti-Violence Project (AVP)

    The New York City Anti-Violence Project (AVP) empower lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and HIV-affected communities and allies to end all forms of violence through organizing and education, and support survivors through legal counseling and advocacy.

    • Phone: 212-714-1141

    Legal Services

    NYC Human Resources Administration (HRA)

    The Human Resources Administration (HRA) is the nation's largest social services agency and assists over three million low‐income and vulnerable New Yorkers annually through the effective and efficient administration of more than 12 major public benefits programs, which reflects this Administration's priority of addressing poverty and income inequality.


    Legal Services

    NYC Human Resources Administration (HRA) - Office of Civil Justice (OCJ)

    If eligible: Free legal assistance through HRA's Office of Civil Justice (OCJ). OCJ is implementing Universal Access to legal services in phases, providing tenants across New York City who are facing eviction in Housing Court and NYCHA tenancy termination proceedings with access to free legal services.

    • Phone: 917-661-4505

    Legal Services

    RiseBoro - Bushwick

    RiseBoro Community Partnership provide services to ensure community residents can stay in their homes and avoid homelessness. FREE services for qualified households include: Emergency rental assistance, Level Up! Adult Workforce Development program, In-house financial coaching, Landlord/tenant mediation, Public benefits, healthcare screening and enrollment (Food Support Connections program), Tenants' rights seminars, In-house staff attorneys, Community referrals for supportive services HOMEBASE Program

    • Location: 1475 Myrtle Ave., Brooklyn, NY, 11237
    • Phone: 347-295-3738

    Legal Services

    RiseBoro - Williamsburg

    RiseBoro Community Partnership provide services to ensure community residents can stay in their homes and avoid homelessness. Solutions to End Homelessness Program (STEHP) Homebase Program FREE services for qualified households include: Emergency rental assistance, Level Up! Adult Workforce Development program, In-house financial coaching, Landlord/tenant mediation, Public benefits, healthcare screening and enrollment (Food Support Connections program), Tenants' rights seminars, In-house staff attorneys, Community referrals for supportive services, Supportive Services for Veterans

    • Location: 90 Beaver Street, Brooklyn, NY, 11206
    • Phone: 718-366-4300

    Legal Services

    Safe Horizon

    Safe Horizon envisions a society free of violence and abuse. We will lead the way by empowering victims and survivors to find safety, support, connection, and hope. Safe Horizon support the people who have experienced: - Domestic and intimate partner violence - Child physical and sexual abuse - Rape and sexual assault - Human trafficking - Stalking - Youth homelessness - Violent crimes committed against a family member and within communities

    • Location: 2 Lafayette Street, New York, NY, 10007
    • Phone: 212-577-7700.

    Legal Services

    Sanctuary For Families, Inc.

    Sanctuary for Families is a service provider and advocate for survivors of domestic violence, sex trafficking and related forms of gender violence. Every year, they empower thousands of adults and children to move from fear and abuse to safety and stability, transforming lives through a range of comprehensive services and advocacy.

    • Phone: (212) 349–6009

    Legal Services

    The Legal Aid Society

    Services: - Advocating for Financial Rights - Affirming LGBTQ+ Rights - Defending the Accused & Incarcerated - Engaging & Investing in Communities - Fighting for Racial Equity - Lifting the Voices of Children & Adolescents - Preventing Homelessness & Saving Homes - Pursuing Justice for Juveniles - Reforming Law & Policy - Supporting Survivors of Violence & Navigating Divorce - Upholding Worker Rights

    • Phone: 212-577-3300

    Legal Services

    Urban Justice Center

    The Domestic Violence Project (DVP) help survivors of intimate partner violence and their children live free of violence and abuse. They consider intimate partner violence, regardless of gender, sexual identity, religion, immigration or other status, to be a human rights violation. Their work focuses on providing legal, advocacy and social work services to promote justice, vigorously defend and protect victims’ human rights.

    • Location: 40 Rector Street, 9th Floor, New York, NY, 10006
    • Phone: 718-875-5062

  • Transportation
    Transportation

    Center for Independence of the Disable (CIDNY) - Manhattan

    CIDNY’s offices in Manhattan and Queens provide benefits counseling, independent living skills development, direct services (e.g., housing assistance, employment-related assistance, healthcare access, peer counseling, nursing home transition and diversion, and youth transition), information and referrals, and recreational activities.

    • Location: 841 Broadway Suite 301, New York, NY, 10003
    • Phone: 1-212-674-2300

    Transportation

    Center for Independence of the Disable (CIDNY) - Queens

    CIDNY’s offices in Manhattan and Queens provide benefits counseling, independent living skills development, direct services (e.g., housing assistance, employment-related assistance, healthcare access, peer counseling, nursing home transition and diversion, and youth transition), information and referrals, and recreational activities. All services are free.

    • Location: Suite 400 Kew Gardens, NY 11415, Queens, NY, 11415
    • Phone: 1-646-442-1520

    Transportation

    JASA (Jewish Association Servicing the Aging)

    JASA's mission is to enrich the lives of seniors in the New York metropolitan area so that they can remain in the community with dignity and autonomy. JASA offers assistance to various services such as affordable housing, legal assistance, mental health services, senior centers, transportation, and more.

    • Location: 247 West 37th Street, New York, NY, 10018
    • Phone: 212-273-5200

    Transportation

    Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA)

    The Metropolitan Transportation Authority is a public benefit corporation responsible for public transportation in the U.S. state of New York.

    • Location: 2 Broadway, New York, NY, 10004
    • Phone: 511

    Transportation

    RAIN INC

    Services offered: Continuum of Care Home Care, Disabled Adults, Special Needs, Cucina Dolores, R.A.I.N. Alzheimers Caregivers, Geriatric Workforce Enhancement Program (GWEP), Continuum of Care – Community Based, Home-Delivered Meals, Entitlements, Low Income Housing For the Elderly, Senior Centers

    • Location: 811 Morris Park Avenue, Bronx, NY, 10462
    • Phone: 718-829-2131

    Transportation

    The HIV/AIDS Services Administration (HASA)

    HASA is a NYC program for individuals diagnosed with HIV/AIDS. HASA helps people and families living with HIV or AIDS be healthier and more independent. People with HASA are connected with a caseworker who gets them the help they need. This help includes applying for public benefits and services HASA services include intensive case management and assistance in applying for public benefits and services, including: Medicaid Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program benefits Cash assistance Emergency transitional housing Non-emergency housing Rental assistance Home care and homemaking services Mental health and substance abuse screening and treatment referrals Employment and vocational services Transportation assistance SSI or SSD application and appeal

    • Location: In Take Center: 400 Eighth Ave., 2nd Flr., New York, NY, 10001
    • Phone: 212-971-0626

  • Domestic Violence Support
    Domestic Violence Support

    Barrier Free Living (BFL)

    Services and support for survivors of domestic violence with disabilities. The BFL team works with survivors of domestic violence with disabilities at their fully accessible Freedom House domestic violence shelter, Secret Garden domestic violence counseling program, and their latest BFL Apartments offering permanent homes with support services to survivors with disabilities and their families. Programs: https://www.bflnyc.org/programs-services/#bfl-apartments - Freedom House Safe Shelter Crisis domestic violence shelter for individuals and families with or without disabilities. They assist people locally (New York City), nationally and internationally. Safe, confidential and fully accessible shelter offers: Private living spaces, Units equipped to serve people with disabilities, You must be able to live independently with or without a home health aide; Counseling, Case Management & Support Groups, assistance with housing/entitlements, and nursing; Family Services, Child care, Individual and group counseling for children and adolescents. 212-400-6470 - Secret Garden Counseling BFL’s community-based domestic violence program. Services Offered: Counseling and Psychotherapy, Short or long term, domestic violence related trauma and relationship trauma; Case Management, Housing, advocacy, benefits, legal referrals; Support Groups Empowerment, money matters, and domestic violence support among others. No walks in. Please call for an appointment. 212-533-4358 Monday - Friday 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. - BFL Apartments Permanent Homes Newest program. It provides permanent supportive housing to formerly homeless families and single adults who have a disability and are survivors of domestic violence. Services for tenants: • Supportive counseling and case management• Support groups• Children’s learning center, Potential tenants must have an approved 2010E application and be referred by the New York City Human Resources Administration or a service provider. Also available: Occupational Therapy Team and Deaf Services Team Reach our Deaf Services Team at: Video Phone: 646-807-4013 Monday - Friday 9 a.m. - 5 p.m

    • Phone: 212-533-4358

    Domestic Violence Support

    New York City Anti-Violence Project (AVP)

    The New York City Anti-Violence Project (AVP) empower lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and HIV-affected communities and allies to end all forms of violence through organizing and education, and support survivors through legal counseling and advocacy.

    • Phone: 212-714-1141

    Domestic Violence Support

    NYC Family Justice Center - Bronx

    You can visit any New York City Family Justice Center (FJC) to get connected to free and confidential assistance for victims and survivors of domestic and gender-based violence, which can include sexual violence, human trafficking, stalking, and intimate partner violence. Walk-in Services are available.

    • Location: 198 E. 161st Street, Bronx, NY, 10451
    • Phone: (718) 508-1222

    Domestic Violence Support

    NYC Family Justice Center - Brooklyn

    You can visit any New York City Family Justice Center (FJC) to get connected to free and confidential assistance for victims and survivors of domestic and gender-based violence, which can include sexual violence, human trafficking, stalking, and intimate partner violence. Walk-in Services are available,

    • Location: 350 Jay Street, Brooklyn, NY, 11201
    • Phone: (718) 250-5111

    Domestic Violence Support

    NYC Family Justice Center - Manhattan

    You can visit any New York City Family Justice Center (FJC) to get connected to free and confidential assistance for victims and survivors of domestic and gender-based violence, which can include sexual violence, human trafficking, stalking, and intimate partner violence. Walk-in Services are available

    • Location: 80 Centre Street, New York, NY, 10013
    • Phone: (212) 602-2800

    Domestic Violence Support

    NYC Family Justice Center - Queens

    You can visit any New York City Family Justice Center (FJC) to get connected to free and confidential assistance for victims and survivors of domestic and gender-based violence, which can include sexual violence, human trafficking, stalking, and intimate partner violence. Walk-in Services are available.

    • Location: 126-02 82nd Avenue, Queens, NY, 11415
    • Phone: (718) 575-4500

    Domestic Violence Support

    NYC Family Justice Center - Staten Island

    You can visit any New York City Family Justice Center (FJC) to get connected to free and confidential assistance for victims and survivors of domestic and gender-based violence, which can include sexual violence, human trafficking, stalking, and intimate partner violence. Walk-in Services are available.

    • Location: 126 Stuyvesant Place, Staten Island, NY, 10301
    • Phone: (718) 697-4300

    Domestic Violence Support

    NYC HOPE

    NYC HOPE can connect you to resources to help you or a loved one experiencing dating, domestic, or gender-based violence.

    • Phone: 1-800-621-4673

    Domestic Violence Support

    NYC Mayor's Office to End Domestic and Gender-Based Violence (ENDGBV)

    The Mayor's Office to End Domestic and Gender-Based Violence (ENDGBV) develops policies and programs, provides training and prevention education, conducts research and evaluations, performs community outreach, and operates the New York City Family Justice Centers. We collaborate with City agencies and community stakeholders to ensure access to inclusive services for survivors of domestic and gender-based violence (GBV).


    Domestic Violence Support

    Rising Ground

    RISING GROUND, a leading nonprofit human services organization, provides children, adults, and families in the greater New York City area, with the resources and skills needed to help them rise above adversity and positively direct their lives.

    • Location: 151 Lawrence Street, Brooklyn, NY, 11201
    • Phone: 914-375-8700

    Domestic Violence Support

    Sanctuary For Families, Inc.

    Sanctuary for Families is a service provider and advocate for survivors of domestic violence, sex trafficking and related forms of gender violence. Every year, they empower thousands of adults and children to move from fear and abuse to safety and stability, transforming lives through a range of comprehensive services and advocacy.

    • Phone: (212) 349–6009

    Domestic Violence Support

    Seamen's Society for Children and Families- Brooklyn

    Seamen’s Society for Children and Families provide services in the community to strengthen and preserve families so that children (abused and abandoned children in foster homes) and adults have the opportunity to realize their full potential.

    • Location: 1668 Pitkin Avenue, Brooklyn, NY, 11212
    • Phone: (718) 313-1111

    Domestic Violence Support

    Seamen's Society for Children and Families- Staten Island

    Seamen’s Society for Children and Families provide services in the community to strengthen and preserve families so that children (abused and abandoned children in foster homes) and adults have the opportunity to realize their full potential.

    • Location: 50 Bay Street, Staten Island, NY, 10301-1827
    • Phone: 718-447-7740

    Domestic Violence Support

    The Salvation Army - Manhattan Citadel

    The Salvation Army has built itself on a central philosophy of bringing assistance to those in need. They provide mutiple services such as adult services,housing, basic needs, youth services, disaster relief and counseling.

    • Location: 145 EAST 125TH STREET, New York, NY, 10035
    • Phone: (212) 860-3200

    Domestic Violence Support

    Urban Justice Center

    The Domestic Violence Project (DVP) help survivors of intimate partner violence and their children live free of violence and abuse. They consider intimate partner violence, regardless of gender, sexual identity, religion, immigration or other status, to be a human rights violation. Their work focuses on providing legal, advocacy and social work services to promote justice, vigorously defend and protect victims’ human rights.

    • Location: 40 Rector Street, 9th Floor, New York, NY, 10006
    • Phone: 718-875-5062

    Domestic Violence Support

    Violence Intervention Program, Inc. (VIP)

    Violence Intervention Program, Inc. (VIP) was founded in 1984 to address the growing prevalence of domestic abuse and family violence in the Latino community.

    • Location: Triborough Station, P.O. Box 1161, New York, NY, 10035
    • Phone: 800-664-5880

    Domestic Violence Support

    Volunteers of America- Greater New York

    Volunteers of America is a national, faith-based human services organization. They are dedicated to helping individuals and families in need create positive and lasting change through social service programs that support and empower them to live safe, healthy and productive lives.

    • Location: 135 West 50th Street , 9th Floor, New York, NY, 10020
    • Phone: (212) 873-2600

    Domestic Violence Support

    Womankind

    Womankind strives towards reducing inequality and inequity in our society—the underpinnings of violence. Womankind services are multilingual and culturally-responsive. But, services are equally valuable for the many non-Asians, the men and boys, and members of the LGBTQ community that we serve. Assistance is offered through all stages of life, from childhood to elder years. For those whose lives have been impacted by violence, Womankind helps them move forward from isolation to connectedness, from surviving to thriving.

    • Location: 32 Broadway, 10th Floor, New York, NY, 10004
    • Phone: 212-732-0054

Hurricane María
NYC Resource Guide

Resource guide to staff working with hurricane evacuees from Puerto Rico or the U.S. Virgin Islands who are currently residing in the NYC area.

Hurricane María
Puerto Rico Resource Guide

Resource guide to staff working with hurricane evacuees from Puerto Rico who are currently residing in the NYC area and have plans to move back to the island.

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