Our coalition is committed to centering community members  and facilities to the best of its capacity. Although the coalition can not directly represent individuals on cases, we can and will support these individuals and their families, we want to uplift and connect our communities to community resources they may need.

CHILDCARE

ACCESS NYC

Free or low-cost childcare for children six weeks to two years old

https://access.nyc.gov/programs/early-learn/

Cypress Hills LDC

Afterschool, summer camp, and youth development services.

https://www.cypresshills.org/youth-family-services

Global Kids

Afterschool, summer camp, and youth development services.

https://globalkids.org/our-programs/

Goddard Riverside

Early childcare services, afterschool, summer camp, and youth development services.

https://goddard.org/programs/children-and-youth/

Red Hook Initiative

Afterschool, summer camp, and youth development services.

https://rhicenter.org/

EDUCATION

Brooklyn Public Library

Adult Learning Centers based in Brooklyn that provide different services ranging from learning English/Spanish to getting your GED

https://www.bklynlibrary.org/adult-learning/learning-centers

Fortune Society

Reentry Services

https://fortunesociety.org/

Isaacs Center

GED program. Job trainings.

https://isaacscenter.org

Osborne Association

Reentry Services

Osborne | Osborne Association (osborneny.org)

Queens Public Library

Adult Learning Centers based in Queens that provide different services ranging from learning English/Spanish to getting your GED

http://www.queenslibrary.org/programs-activities/adult-learners/adult-learning-centers

Youth Justice Network

YJN has a center for education where the educators there prepare young people to pass the TASC (high school equivalency exam) and take classes to develop math, reading comprehension, and writing skills.

https://youthjustice.org/services

EMPLOYMENT

Cypress Hills LDC

Career & Education

https://www.cypresshills.org/career-education

Red Hook Initiative

Employment for 14–24-year-olds

https://rhicenter.org/

Youth Justice Network

YJN has a Shifting Gears Van that goes to Manhattan, BK, Queens and the BX on a weekly basis to help w job applications on the spot.

https://youthjustice.org/services

FOOD BANKS

Broadway Community Inc

601 W 114th St. New York, NY.

Produce every Tuesday from 2:00pm to 5:00pm.

First come, first serve.

Broadway Community, Inc.

Community Kitchen & Pantry in Harlem

252 W 116th St. New York, NY

Tues/Thu

11am – 3:30pm Wed: 1pm – 6pm, Sat: 11am-2pm.

Register on plentiful App & make appt. 212.566.7855.

Meals and Services in Harlem | Food Bank For New York City (foodbanknyc.org)

Crossroad Community Services

108 E 51st St. New York, NY

Tue 9:30-12:45pm,

Appointment. 212-378-0234.

Crossroads Community Services (ccsdallas.org)

Holy Apostles Soup Kitchen-

269 9th Ave. New York. NY.

Tues, Wed, or Thu- 1:30pm

3pm. 212.924.016. C/E to 23rd St.

Holy Apostles | A Tradition of Service (holyapostlesnyc.org)

Louise’s Pantry –

206 East 4th St. New York, NY.

Tue- 8:30AM.

Blue door, contact – (646) 713-2681

Nazareth Housing | New York City (nazarethhousingnyc.org)

NeON Kitchen

Oberia Dempsey Building

128 W 128th St. & Lenox Ave, New York, NY

Wed & Fri: 10am-1pm. 212.510.3700

Nutrition Kitchen – NeON (nyc.gov)

New York Common Pantry

1290 Hoe Avenue, Bronx,

Thu & Fri, 10am-2pm and Saturday, 10am-2pm.

Registration – Tues- Sat 9am-4pm.

Bring ID & proof of address.

Choice Pantry – NY Common Pantry

Next Step Church Community

360 Schermerhorn St, Brooklyn, NY

Open on Sat from 10:30am.

Provide canned goods, frozen meat and produce.

(718) 875-1858.

Home – Next Step Community Church (nextstepcc.org)

Salvation Army Harlem Temple-540 Lenox Ave. New York, NY.

Mon-Fri 9:30am -3:30pm.

Call 212-862-3900to make appt.

Bring ID & proof of address.

Salvation Army – Harlem Temple Corps Community Center – Coalition For The Homeless

We The People NYC

Every Thursday on the corner of Fulton & Nostrand ave.

Starting at 1pm

We The People NYC

HEALTHCARE

Boom! Health – Harm Reduction Center

Health, Wellness & Safety for All

Accepts walk-ins.

Contact Info 718-295-2666

BOOM!Health (boomhealth.org)

Mount Sinai Adolescent Health Center

A clinic dedicated to adolescent youth between the ages of 10-26 years old

https://www.mountsinai.org/locations/adolescent-health-center

Out of the Closet

Free HIV Testing & PEP/HIV medication access

https://outofthecloset.org/

Planned Parenthood

Reproductive & sexual health services

https://www.plannedparenthood.org/

Public Health Solutions

Affordable reproductive and sexual healthcare

https://www.healthsolutions.org/community-work/sexual-reproductive-health/

Project STAY

Free & confidential services for youth & young adults 14-29

https://projectstay.nyc/appointments/

Red Hook Initiative

Reproductive & Mental Health services for 12–24-year-olds. Onsite safer sex kits, pregnancy tests, emergency contraception, 1-on-1 reproductive health sessions, mental health services: 1-on-1 & small group counseling

https://rhicenter.org/

HOUSING

Boom! Health – Harm Reduction Center

Health, Wellness & Safety for All

Accepts walk-ins.

Contact Info 718-295-2666

Syringe access, support/counseling advocacy/activism, case management, HIV Primary Care, housing placement assistance, peer training, HIV testing, support & education Groups, LGBTQ programming, outreach to sex workers. Meals, showers, clothing, laundry, and a safe space. Accepts Medicaid, Medicare, private insurance, and patients with no insurance coverage.

BOOM!Health (boomhealth.org)

Brooklyn Community Housing Services

Committed to ending homelessness in Brooklyn. (718) 625-4545

BCHS is committed to ending homelessness in Brooklyn. We provide housing and services for more than 1,000 formerly homeless and at-risk children, women, and men each year. We help them learn how to live productively and independently, with dignity, and with hope.

https://bchands.org/

CASES

Center for Alternative Sentencing and Employment Services. (212) 553-6300

Provides community-based alternatives to jail and prison. These programs address urgent needs, including hunger and shelter, and support clients to improve mental health, address substance use, and achieve employment and career goals.

https://www.cases.org/contact-us/

Getting Out Staying Out (GOSO)

GOSO partners with people impacted by arrest and incarceration. (212) 831-5020 The most effective reentry programs in the New York City area for 16 – 24-year-old, justice-involved men. Reducing recidivism, Employment, and Emotional Well-Being. Supportive counseling, educational support, vocational training, and workforce development.

https://www.gosonyc.org/

Goddard Riverside

Investing in People, Strengthening Communities. (212) 873-6600

Support Housing and on-the-ground unhoused emergency services.

https://goddard.org/programs/fighting-homelessness/

The Hope Program

Empowers New Yorkers To Build Sustainable Futures. (347) 773-4623 or (718) 852-9307

Through Comprehensive training, Jobs, Advancement And Lifelong Career Support. Our comprehensive approach combines training, adult basic education, industry certifications, work wellness services, internships and job placement with long-term support. As a result, our job retention rates are among the highest in the field. Our graduates’ success drives strong results for employers, supporters, and our community.

https://www.thehopeprogram.org/

Hour Children

Hour Children serves an overlooked population of mothers and children rejoining the community and reuniting as family. (718) 433-4724

Hour Children is a leading provider of services to incarcerated and formerly incarcerated women in New York State. Focused on women and their children, we support families during a mother’s incarceration and help families get back on their feet upon release.

https://hourchildren.org/

Project Renewal

To end the cycle of homelessness by empowering individuals and families to renew their lives with health, homes, and jobs. (212) 620-0340

https://www.projectrenewal.org/

The Doe Fund

Provides a working way home for men with long histories of incarceration, homelessness, and unemployment. (212) 628-5207

https://www.doe.org/get-help/

The Fortune Society

Support successful reentry from incarceration and promote alternatives to incarceration, thus strengthening the fabric of our communities. (212) 691-7554

https://fortunesociety.org/coming-home/

Women’s Prison Association

Empower women who face injustice and incarceration. (646) 292-7740

They offer support, shelters for women experiencing homelessness, HIV testing and education, emergency assistance, legal services and more.

https://www.wpaonline.org/

SHELTERS   

Camba Adult Shelters

Connecting people with opportunities to enhance their quality of life. We do what it takes to get the job done.

CAMBA’s Single Adult Shelters offer meals, 24/7 security, and on-site comprehensive services including case management, housing assistance, creative arts therapy, and medical and psychiatric services. Residents have access to a trauma informed workforce that develops an individualized service plan to meet their immediate needs and partners with the residents to find the most appropriate permanent housing setting as quickly as possible.

Atlantic House Men’s Shelter Brooklyn, NY 11233 (718) 385-8713

Broadway House Women’s Shelter Brooklyn, NY 11221 (718) 453-4870)

Magnolia House Women’s Shelter Brooklyn, NY 11233 (718) 675-3353

Opportunity House Men’s Shelter Brooklyn, NY 11201 (718) 797-0285

Park Slope Women’s Shelter Brooklyn, NY 11215 (718) 369-7226

Rising Up Men’s Shelter Brooklyn, NY 11211 (718) 797-0285

https://camba.org/programs/homeless-shelters/adult-shelters/

Kianga Houses

Contact: (718) 953-2788

Transitional family shelter located in the Crown Heights community of Brooklyn, NY and is sponsored by the Brooklyn Neighborhood Improvement Association. Residents generally consist of 17 young women, 18-24 years of age, who are pregnant or parenting one infant.

https://kiangahouse.org/

Trinity Community Connection

A Homeless shelter info for LBGQT Youth.

164 West 100th Street, New York, New York 10025.

(646) 580-7045

https://trinityplaceshelter.org/

Coalition For the Homeless

Shelters for youth + hotlines

Ali Forney Center
321 West 125th Street
212-206-0574
A/B/C/D train to 125th Street

Covenant House
460 West 41st Street
212-613-0300 ext. 5212
A/C/E trains to 42nd Street

Safe Horizon – Streetwork Harlem Center
209 West 125th Street
212-695-2220
A/B/C/D or 2/3 train to 125th Street

Safe Horizon – Streetwork LES Center
33 Essex Street
646-602-6404
C/F to East Broadway

https://www.coalitionforthehomeless.org/get-help/i-need-shelter/shelter-for-youth/