Resources

Partners

Homeward NYC is grateful for our longstanding community partners including:

Emma L. Bowen Community Service Center Harlem-based food pantry, elder care, mental health services, dependence recovery, and behavioral health care for children and families

Callen Lorde Community Health Center Sensitive, quality health care and related services for New York’s LGBTQ communities regardless of ability to pay

Community Healthcare Network Health centers throughout Brooklyn, the Bronx, Queens and Manhattan, and two mobile health service vans for primary and dental care, behavioral health care, nutrition, wellness, and other support services

Gay Men of African Descent Works to improve the quality of life within the NYC Black gay community by addressing health disparities, homophobia and racism through education, advocacy, health and wellness, and social support

Gay Men’s Health Crisis (GMHC) HIV/AIDS prevention, care and advocacy in Midtown Manhattan, including benefits advocacy, HIV testing, care coordination, syringe exchange, legal services, meals, mental health services, nutrition education, substance use counseling, youth services, and sexual education health workshops geared toward women’s and LGBTQ health issues

Harlem United Primary care, dentistry, counseling, HIV testing, LGBTQ support groups, care coordination, hot meals, job training and other services for low-income people living with HIV

Housing Works Primary care, behavioral health and substance use, wellness and prevention, case management, housing, job readiness, and legal services at locations across NYC to end the dual crises of homelessness and AIDS

Institute for Family Health Community health centers with primary care, dental care, behavioral health and social services for all ages in Manhattan, the Bronx and the Mid-Hudson Valley

The LGBTQ Center (The Center)’s Youth Program Social, educational and recreational opportunities for young people ages 13 to 21, including counseling and support groups, crisis intervention, substance use services, career support, and social activities

New York Junior LeagueHosts workshops on job training, recovering from domestic and family violence, and educating young mothers on the importance of social emotional development in their children

Realization CenterComprehensive outpatient addiction treatment program offering specialized treatment for substance use and mental health issues related to chemical dependence

Ryan HealthCommunity health centers and medical vans providing onsite primary care and mental health services tailored for those living in transitional housing

Samaritan Daytop Village Substance use treatment, mental health and primary health care, specialized programs for military veterans, vocational and employment services, shelter and transitional housing, and services for seniors at locations throughout New York City, Long Island and upstate New York

Services for the Underserved Substance use treatment, services for people with disabilities, homeless prevention, and shelters and transitional housing for homeless individuals and families

VASCAOne- and two-week senior summer camps where older adults can spend time outside of the city with swimming, boating, hiking, painting, sculpture and pottery, computer workshops, and nutrition classes where experiences are designed for seniors who may have low mobility or other disabilities

Resources

City of New York Department of Homeless Services Shelter Services

City of New York Department of Youth and Community Development Runaway & Homeless Youth Services

City of New York Department of Health and Mental Hygiene

City of New York Human Resources Administration

The Ali Forney CenterServices for homeless LGBTQ youth at their 24/7 drop-in center in Harlem, and crisis and transitional housing sites throughout Manhattan, Brooklyn and Queens

Children’s VillageStreet outreach, afterschool programs, a crisis center, a shelter for runaway and homeless youth, supportive housing for homeless teens, and other services

Covenant HouseHousing and services for young adults ages 16 to 24, including young mothers and LGBTQ youth

The DoorLocations in SoHo and the Bronx providing a range of housing, health and legal services for young people ages 12 to 24, and two supportive housing communities for young adults who are homeless or aging out of foster care

Hetrick-Martin InstituteServes LGBTQ youth ages 13 to 24 and their families at drop-in centers in the East Village and in Newark, NJ

MCCNY Homeless Youth Services (a project of the Metropolitan Community Church of New York)Crisis shelter, hot meals, case management and Midtown Manhattan drop-in center for LGBTQ runaway and homeless youth ages 18 to 24

New AlternativesDrop-in center for street homeless LGBTQ youth providing case management, life skills training, education services and recreational activities

New Beginnings90-day transitional housing program for individuals who are homeless and living with AIDS or other HIV-related illnesses

Safe Horizon’s Streetwork ProjectServices for homeless and street-involved youth up to age 25, including counseling and case management, emergency shelter, meals, HIV-testing, and legal and medical referrals at locations in Harlem and the Lower East Side

True Colors United(not affiliated with Homeward NYC or True Colors Program for LGBTQ young adults): works to prevent LGBTQ youth homelessness through advocacy and training programs