The following are our member agencies. They are some of the
hardest working people in New York, tirelessly struggling to
make the world a better place for people with mental illness.
We provide links to agency websites where available.
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Since opening our doors in 1969, the Latino based agencies that make up our network have matured into a dynamic and unified community based organization offering a unique constellation of services in the area of health, housing and economic development.
Access: Supports for Living
Welcome to an agency that is passionate about supporting the families and communities of the Hudson Valley. Our mission is to help people live the healthiest and fullest lives possible, and our first priority is those who live with the challenges associated with developmental disabilities and behavioral health issues.
ACMH promotes the wellness and recovery of persons with mental illness in New York City by providing care management and supportive housing services. ACMH seeks to maximize each client’s decision-making role regarding his or her own needs and goals, recognizing that personal growth occurs when people believe that change is possible and that support is available to attain the goals that are important to them.
AIDS Center of Queens County
ACQC's mission is to enhance the quality of life for individuals and their familes living with, and at risk for, HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis C, and other chronic health conditions. We 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.
Alkermes - Affiliate Member
Alkermes is a leader in innovative medicines that address the unmet needs and challenges of people living with debilitating diseases. As a fully integrated global biopharmaceutical company, Alkermes applies our scientific expertise, proprietary technologies and global resources to develop products that are designed to make a meaningful difference in the way patients manage their disease.
The Alliance for Positive Change
The Alliance helps New Yorkers living with HIV and other chronic health conditions get the medical care, peer support, and housing assistance they need to achieve health, happiness, and stability. The Alliance’s program peer educators and participants and are as diverse as the city we serve. Each year, we support more than 5,200 low-income New York Metropolitan Area residents with chronic illnesses.
Amida Care is a private, nonprofit community health plan that specializes in providing comprehensive health coverage and coordinated care to Medicaid members with chronic conditions, including HIV/AIDS and behavioral health disorders. We currently serve 6,400+ members throughout the five boroughs of New York City, including people living with HIV/AIDS; people who are experiencing homelessness, regardless of HIV status; and people of transgender experience, regardless of HIV status.
ANDRUS is a private, non-profit organization that helps secure strong, promising futures for children, families and communities by promoting stability, increasing resilience, and rebuilding hopeWe specialize in teaching children and families the skills to express and cope with strong emotions. We help increase the well of resources available to them to manage the impacts of adversity, particularly severe emotional, behavioral and mental health issues in children.
Association for Mental Health and Wellness
The Association was formed in 2014 with the merger of two Suffolk County mental health organizations, the Mental Health Association in Suffolk and Clubhouse of Suffolk, along with Suffolk County United Veterans. We help those facing psychiatric disabilities as well as those experiencing mental health issues for the first time and offer an enhanced focus on serving our Veterans.
Association to Benefit Children (ABC)
ABC's mission is to defend the right of every child to a joyful and nurturing childhood by creating compassionate programs in urgent response to the needs of New York City’s most vulnerable children and families. Since 1986, ABC has developed replicable model programs that are comprehensive, cost-effective, and sustainable. These proven models spread ABC’s innovation and advocacy, reaching children throughout New York City and well beyond its borders.
Astor Services for Children & Families
Astor Services for Children & Families is a community based, non-profit organization that provides children’s mental health services, child welfare services, and early childhood development programs. Astor serves children and families in New York State’s Mid-Hudson Valley region and the Bronx.
Bailey House’s mission is to help transform the lives of people with or at risk of HIV/AIDS and other chronic illnesses through housing, health services and community support. We believe that housing and healthcare are human rights. We work towards a world without poverty, homelessness, hunger, HIV/AIDS or other chronic illnesses.
Beacon Health Options - Affiliate Member
Beacon Health Options provides best-in-class behavioral health solutions for regional and specialty health plans; employers and labor organizations; and federal, state and local governments. Beacon offers superior clinical mental health and substance use disorder management, a strong employee assistance program, work/life support, specialty programs for autism and depression and insightful analytics to improve the delivery of care.
Bleuler Psychotherapy Center
Bleuler Psychotherapy Center's mission is to provide low-cost, high quality psychotherapeutic services to children, adolescents, adults, couples and families. Group therapy is offered as well. Psychiatric, pharmacological and psychological testing services are available.
The Bridge provides critical services, including supported housing, mental health and substance abuse treatment, case management, and job training and placement, to 2,300 vulnerable New Yorkers each year. Below, hear our clients share their stories of strength, hope, and renewal.
Bridging Access to Care
Bridging Access to Care (formerly known as Brooklyn AIDS Task Force), is the oldest and largest nonprofit HIV/AIDS prevention and treatment service organization in Brooklyn, providing comprehensive HIV/AIDS- related services to underserved racial /ethnic minority communities in the borough.
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. In all aspects of our work, BronxWorks strives for the highest ethical and performance standards and is guided by the belief that people are to be treated with dignity and respect regardless of their present situation or past experiences.
Brooklyn Center for Families in Crisis (BCFC)
BCFC is a New York State Office of Mental Health (OMH) article 31 community based outpatient clinic conveniently located in the historic Ditmas Park/Flatbush district in Brooklyn providing services for children, adolescents, adults, families, and couples. We offer services in English, Spanish (Español), Creole (Kreyòl), and Russian (Pусский).
Brooklyn Community Services (BCS)
BCS celebrates the strength of the human spirit. Our mission is to empower at-risk children, youth and families, and adults with mental illness or developmental disabilities to overcome the obstacles they face, as we strive to ensure opportunity for all to learn, grow and contribute to ONE Brooklyn Community.
Callen-Lorde is the global leader in LGBTQ healthcare. Since the days of Stonewall, we have been transforming lives in LGBTQ communities through excellent comprehensive care, provided free of judgment and regardless of ability to pay. In addition, we are continuously pioneering research, advocacy and education to drive positive change around the world, because we believe healthcare is a human right.
CAMBA takes a comprehensive approach to helping individuals, families and communities thrive, offering integrated programs in: Economic Development, Education & Youth Development, Family Support, Health, Housing, and Legal Services. Our programs build inclusive communities where New Yorkers have the support they need to reach their full potential.
Care for the Homeless
Since 1985, Care for the Homeless has met the health care and social service needs of homeless people in New York City. Homeless people have special needs that make it difficult to access services. For example, homeless people are most often displaced from their neighborhood of origin, do not have regular access to a phone, and focus on seeking shelter and food, not health care and social services.
The mission of the Center for Alternative Sentencing and Employment Services (CASES) is to increase public safety through innovative services that reduce crime and incarceration, improve behavioral health, promote recovery and rehabilitation, and create opportunities for success in the community.
Catholic Charities Brooklyn and Queens
Catholic Charities Brooklyn and Queens promotes unity among all persons by seeking to develop caring communities. Our more than 160 programs provide affordable housing, nutritious meals, recreation for seniors, residences for the developmentally disabled, and assistance to neighbors in need.
Catholic Charities Community Services of Orange and Sullivan
Catholic Charities Community Services of Orange and Sullivan, as one of the human service agencies of Catholic Charities of The Archdiocese of New York, is committed to building a compassionate and just society. Catholic Charities Community Services of Orange and Sullivan serves the homeless, the hungry, the emotionally and physically handicapped, as well as immigrants, and the marginalized and vulnerable of Orange and Sullivan Counties.
Center for Behavioral Health Services
The Center for Behavioral Health Services (CBHS) is a community-based non-profit agency that offers recovery-oriented mental health, substance abuse, vocational and residential services.
Center for Community Alternatives
The Center for Community Alternatives (CCA) is a leader in the field of community-based alternatives to incarceration. Our mission is to promote reintegrative justice and a reduced reliance on incarceration through advocacy, services and public policy development in pursuit of civil and human rights.
Center for Urban Community Services (CUCS)
Our mission today is help individuals and families exit homelessness, rise from poverty, and regain health and wellness. We excel at developing affordable housing and providing integrated programs that link housing, health and social services for New York’s homeless and most vulnerable people.
Cerini & Associates - Affiliate Member
Cerinin & Associates is a full service accounting firm that serves many industries, including healthcare, nonprofit, technology, special education, startups, school districts, and construction, among many others. Our services include assurance (auditing and related), tax compliance and audit defense, merger and acquisition support, operational and internal control reviews, labor union defense, cost report (CFR) consulting and preparation, and funding source (mainly State Education Department, or SED) defense.
The Child Center of NY
Founded in 1953 as a children’s counseling center in Queens, The Child Center of NY has become a powerful community presence throughout the city. With nearly 70 locations in NYC’s toughest, most underserved communities, our 1,000 results-oriented professionals are making a difference for more than 30,000 children and their families.
We are committed to ensuring that there are no boundaries to young people’s aspirations, no limits to their potential. We help children in poverty to succeed and thrive by providing comprehensive supports to children, youth, and their families in targeted high-needs New York City neighborhoods.
The Children's Village
The Children’s Village was founded in 1851, and today, our mission remains very much the same: We work in partnership with families to help society’s most vulnerable children so that they become educationally proficient, economically productive, and socially responsible members of their communities. We believe that there are three keys to a child’s success: education, work, and lifelong relationships.
The Coalition for Hispanic Family Services (CHFS)
The Coalition for Hispanic Family Services (CHFS), established in 1990, provides services to Latino children and families and other populations in communities where significant numbers of families live below the poverty level. CHFS's programs address family needs comprehensively and within a cultural context, with the goal of moving them towards self-reliance.
Community Access expands opportunities for people living with mental health concerns to recover from trauma and discrimination through affordable housing, training, advocacy and healing-focused services. We are built upon the simple truth that people are experts in their own lives.
Community Health Action of Staten Island (CHASI)
Community Health Action of Staten Island (CHASI) breaks down the barriers to care. We provide access to an extensive range of high-quality behavioral health care and social support services — all coordinated and tailored to your needs. CHASI is bringing communities back to health.
Community Healthcare Network (CHN)
Community Healthcare Network is a not-for-profit organization providing more than 80,000 New Yorkers with primary and behavioral healthcare, dental, nutrition, wellness, and needed support services. We provide judgment-free, high-quality healthcare, without regard to race, religion, orientation, gender identity, immigration status or ability to pay. We turn no one away.
Comunilife’s mission is to improve the quality of life and create a healthier tomorrow for New Yorkers with special needs in the Hispanic and broader communities – by providing culturally competent health and human services and a continuum of affordable and supportive housing.
Concern for Independent Living
Concern for Independent Living, Inc. is a non-profit agency committed to helping low income persons and persons with disabilities to live in the community with dignity and enhanced opportunities through the provision of housing and support services.
CSEDNY is a not-for-profit organization that was founded 30 years ago as one of the first federally-funded treatment alternatives to incarceration. Many of our clients are still referred by federal and state probation and parole, as well as the court systems. In the past decade, CSEDNY has expanded its mission to serve individuals from all walks of life who need effective addiction treatment. Today, CSEDNY treats over 3,000 individuals annually.
Damian Family Care Centers (DFCC)
Damian Family Care Centers, Inc. is a not-for-profit primary medical health center & dental care services provider. Our mission is to improve the health status of our patients; provide staff who are culturally sensitive and appropriately credentialed to diagnose and treat our patients; provide care to the underserved populations; and provide safe quality primary and specialty services regardless of language, cultural barriers or ability to pay.
The Door’s mission is to empower young people to reach their potential by providing comprehensive youth development services in a diverse and caring environment. Since 1972, The Door has helped a diverse and rapidly growing population of disconnected youth in New York City gain the tools they need to become successful, in school, work and in life.
EAC Network is a diverse social service agency that empowers, assists, and cares for people in need across Long Island and New York City. Our objective is to reach individuals within our community through innovative programs that improve quality of life. We help people within five service areas: Children & Youth, Family & Community, Behavioral Health & Criminal Justice, Seniors & the Incapacitated, and Vocational Services.
Emma L. Bowen Community Service Center
The mission of the Emma L. Bowen Community Service Center is to enable individuals and families, regardless of age, to effectively and productively meet the many challenges within today's scope of "problems of living" by providing comprehensive community services in a caring environment.
Epilepsy Foundation of Metropolitan New York
TThe Epilepsy Foundation of Metropolitan New York has been at the heart of the NYC epilepsy community for almost fifty years, and is New York City’s only specialized organization combining epilepsy education, awareness, and advocacy with individualized services such as counseling and vocational supports.
Exponents is a client-driven organization rather than program driven. This individualized strategy responds to the changing personal needs of men and women with histories of substance abuse and incarceration regardless of their stage of addiction or recovery. Overall our goal is to improve health and safety in our communities, lower healthcare costs, and reduce prison recidivism.
The Family Center
The Family Center’s mission is to strengthen families affected by crisis, illness or loss to create a more secure present and future for their children. With a business-minded approach to running our organization, The Family Center provides expert social and legal services, including health-care coordination, to vulnerable New York families confronting crisis or loss.
Family Services of Westchester (FSW)
Family Services of Westchester, Inc., founded in 1954, is a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing Westchester County with a broad range of social and mental health services that strengthen and support families, children, and individuals of ever stage of the life cycle.
Fedcap offers an array of services through its four practice areas Education, Workforce Development, Occupational Health, and Economic Development—each year, Fedcap helps more than 100,000 individuals graduate from high school, obtain vocational certification or a college degree, become work ready, obtain meaningful employment and achieve economic well-being.
The Fifth Avenue Counseling Center
Our multidisciplinary team offers individual, couples, family and group psychotherapy to patients with a wide variety of diagnoses. A dedicated staff of over forty clinical social workers, psychologists and psychiatrists provide talk therapy, and medication management to adults, adolescents and children.
The Floating Hospital
The Floating Hospital family health network is New York City’s largest provider of primary healthcare services to families living in family shelters and domestic violence safe houses, providing more than 61,000 patient visits annually.
The Fortune Society
The Fortune Society’s mission is to support successful reentry from incarceration and promote alternatives to incarceration, thus strengthening the fabric of our communities.
We believe in the power of people to change. We help individuals with justice involvement rebuild their lives through innovative services and advocacy.
Gallagher - Affiliate Member
Fountain House is dedicated to the recovery of men and women with mental illness by providing opportunities for our members to live, work, and learn, while contributing their talents through a community of mutual support.
We partner with nonprofit organizations to deliver creative, cost-effective solutions in insurance, risk management, benefits, wellbeing, claims administration and advocacy - giving them the tools to pursue their missions armed with knowledge and confidence. We deliver these innovative solutions through a team approach that draws on our experience serving over 24,000 nonprofits worldwide.
GMHC is the world’s first and leading provider of HIV/AIDS prevention, care and advocacy. Building on decades of dedication and expertise, we understand the reality of HIV/AIDS and empower a healthy life for all. Our Mission: GMHC fights to end the AIDS epidemic and uplift the lives of all affected.
Goddard Riverside Community Center
Goddard Riverside Community Center serves some 17,000 people each year through 26 programs on the Upper West Side and throughout Manhattan. We work every day for a fair and just society where all people have the opportunity to make choices that lead to better lives for themselves and their families.
Good Shepherd Services
Good Shepherd Services goes where children, youth, and families face the greatest challenges and provides resources that build on their inherent strengths to help them thrive. We operate over 80 programs, which help nearly 30,000 youth and family members in struggling neighborhoods throughout New York City. All of our programs are united by a common goal—to create opportunities that help our participants succeed at school, at home, and in their community.
Goodwill Industries of Greater NY and Northern NJ
Goodwill Industries empowers individuals with disabilities and other barriers to employment to gain independence through the power of work. We help more than 45,000 people a year — through our 40 stores and 57 programs — to more fully and independently participate in society.
Grassi & Co.- Affiliate Member
We are a New York CPA and consulting firm with international capabilities through Moore Stephens International. We serve clients throughout the New York metro area including Manhattan, Long Island, Westchester and Rockland Counties, New Jersey, Connecticut, and Pennsylvania as well as clients across the country and around the world. Our accounting, tax and business consulting professionals welcome the opportunity to learn about your business and provide you with world class accounting services and business consulting expertise.
Greenwich House helps individuals and families lead more fulfilling lives by offering social and health services, cultural and educational programs, and opportunities for civic involvement to New Yorkers of all ages and backgrounds.
The Guidance Center of Westchester
The Guidance Center of Westchester offers essential and lasting support to those challenged by mental illness, substance abuse, poverty, and homelessness. We empower our participants to become active members of their community through education, treatment, housing, and vocational and rehabilitative services.
Hamilton-Madison House is a voluntary, non-profit settlement house dedicated to improving the quality of life of its community, primarily those in the Two Bridges/Chinatown area of Manhattan's Lower East Side. The neighborhood is a federally designated poverty area, with a constantly changing mixture of ethnic groups, and lack of adequate services and resources.
Health Management Associates (HMA) - Affiliate Member
Health Management Associates (HMA) is a leading independent national research and consulting firm in the healthcare industry. Founded in 1985, today we are nearly 200 consultants strong and still growing. We help clients stay ahead of the curve in publicly funded healthcare by providing technical assistance, resources, decision support and expertise.
HeartShare St. Vincent's Services
Through hard work and collaboration, we open new doors of opportunity to help our clients achieve healthy, happy lives. By offering a stable home, a safe place to go after-school, a means to graduate college and the skills to achieve physical and mental well-being, HSVS equalizes opportunities for those who need it most.
Henry Street Settlement
Founded in 1893 by social work and public health pioneer Lillian Wald and based on Manhattan's Lower East Side, Henry Street Settlement delivers a wide range of social service, arts and health care programs to more than 60,000 New Yorkers each year.
Housing Works is a healing community of people living with and affected by HIV/AIDS. Our mission is to end the dual crises of homelessness and AIDS through relentless advocacy, the provision of lifesaving services, and entrepreneurial businesses that sustain our efforts.
Hudson Guild’s mission is to create and sustain a strong, effective community that acknowledges and responds to the potential, achievements and interdependence of its diverse members. Rooted in and primarily focused on the Chelsea neighborhood, we seek to empower all individuals and families to achieve their highest potential, while maintaining a priority focus on those in economic need.
Human Development Services of Westchester
HDSW provides: Care Management Services to those recovering from Physical Health and Behavioral Health-related illnesses so they may remain stable in the community; Residential Services offering both Transitional and Permanent Housing options to individuals and families throughout Westchester County and Recovery Oriented Services at HOPE House which focus on Employment, Education and Social Engagement.
IMA Systems - Affiliate Member
For more than two decades, IMA has been devoted to one thing: Providing EHR/Practice Management software that makes it easy for behavioral health agencies in New York to meet every one of the state’s very demanding requirements – as well as all the requirements of the federal government.
Institute for Community Living (ICL)
ICL's mission is to assist individuals and families affected by or at risk of mental illness or developmental disabilities with integrated comprehensive care designed to improve their wellbeing, recovery and participation in community living.
Institute for Family Health
The Institute for Family Health is a mission-driven health organization with a rich history and expert leadership. Since 1983 we have grown from a small non-profit with four staff members to one of the largest community health centers in New York State, serving over 80,000 patients annually at 26 locations. Our mission is to improve access to high quality, patient-centered primary health care targeted to the needs of medically underserved communities.
Institute for the Puerto Rican/Hispanic Elderly
The Institute for the Puerto Rican/Hispanic Elderly (IPR/HE) is the largest Hispanic nonprofit organization serving the Hispanic and other ethnic/racial minority seniors and their families in New York City.
They provide multilingual / multicultural information, referral and advocacy, counseling, case management, and other assistance services to seniors and their families
Interborough Developmental and Consultation Center
At Interborough Developmental and Consultation Center, our mission is to provide the highest quality mental health services to our community. We are strongly committed to recognizing each individual’s and family’s cultural heritage, religious beliefs, and values.
Jewish Association of Services for the Aged (JASA)
JASA's mission is to sustain and enrich the lives of the aging in the New York metropolitan area so that they can remain in the community with dignity and autonomy. Founded in 1968, JASA is one of New York’s largest and most trusted agencies serving older adults in the Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, and Queens. We provide life sustaining programs for seniors and peace of mind for their families and friends.
The Jewish Board
The Jewish Board of Family and Children’s Services strengthens families and communities throughout New York City by helping individuals of all backgrounds realize their potential and live as independently as possible.
Jewish Child Care Association (JCCA)
We help abused, neglected and traumatized children heal physically and emotionally through compassionate, quality care. Our 37 programs include foster care, residential treatment facilities, mental health services, case management, education programs and special services for children who have been the victims of sexual abuse.
Joseph P. Addabbo Family Health Center
Our mission is to be the leading preventive and comprehensive primary health care provider in New York. We are committed to providing services that are patient-focused, high quality, accessible and cost-effective. Services will be provided with respect to the social beliefs, religious, cultural and economic needs of the community we serve. Through education, innovation and community partnerships, we will anticipate and exceed the expectations of our patients and communities.
Karen Horney Clinic.
The Karen Horney Clinic was founded in 1955 in honor of Karen Horney, MD, a pioneer in the field of psychoanalysis. The Clinic’s current missions are the same as those when it was founded: to offer low-cost psychoanalytic and psychotherapeutic services and to provide training and opportunities for advanced mental health professionals.
The Korean Community Services of Metropolitan New York (KCS)
KCS’ mission is to be a bridge for Korean immigrants and the wider Asian community to fully integrate into society and overcome any economic, health and social barriers so that they become independent and thriving members of the community. We accomplish this mission by providing culturally competent programs in the areas of Aging, Education, Immigration, Workforce Development, Public Health, and Mental Health.
Lamb Financial Group -Premium Affiliate Member
Lamb is dedicated exclusively to non-profits and social service organizations. We provide property, casualty, employee benefits, and risk management solutions to organizations of any size and budget. Your protection is our mission.
League Education & Treatment Center
Our vision is to discover and nurture each person's strengths and abilities. We believe everyone deserves the opportunity to succeed in school, in program, in the community and in life. Our clinical and educational teams work together to provide the support and structure needed to modify challenging behaviors and reduce psychiatric difficulties for individuals with pyschiatric or developmental disabilities.
Lexington School & Center for the Deaf
The Lexington School and Center for the Deaf seeks to be an exemplary education, service, and research institution for the deaf and hard of hearing in metropolitan New York City, New Jersey, and the nation.
Lifeline Center for Child Development
Lifeline Center is a licensed day treatment center and special school located in Queens Village, New York serving emotionally handicapped and developmentally delayed children from the greater metropolitan area and Nassau County.
Lighthouse Guild is the leading not-for-profit healthcare organization dedicated to addressing and preventing vision loss through coordinated vision and health services. With Lighthouse Guild, people who are at risk for, or affected by, vision loss have access to the resources necessary to lead full, independent and productive lives.
Long Island Consultation Center (LICC)
Established in 1953, Long Island Consultation Center (LICC) In Queens, New York, is one of the oldest independent, private non-profit mental health centers in the United States. With over 60 years of public service, our clinic in Rego Park, Queens has handled over 1.5 million clinical appointments.
Lower Eastside Service Center (LESC)
The Lower Eastside Service Center is a not-for-profit organization providing a complete range of opioid treatment and care for New Yorkers living with chemical dependency issues. Our programs address opioid dependency with proven, clinically-researched methods to help our clients lead healthier, happier and more productive lives.
Metropolitan Center for Mental Health
The Metropolitan Center for Mental Health was founded in 1962 in order to provide low cost psychological treatment for people with emotional problems. For over 50 years, the clinic has provided affordable mental health services to the community, consulted with our agencies, and offered advanced training to mental health professionals.
MetroPlus Health Plan - Affiliate Member
MetroPlus Health Plan offers low to no-cost health insurance to eligible people living in Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, and the Bronx. MetroPlus partners with HHC to provide primary and preventative care, emphasizing excellent services to our members.
Millin Associates - Affiliate Member
Millin has provided revenue cycle management services and software to New York State health and human service agencies since 1982. While many companies have increased the variety of software and services they provide, oftentimes stretching themselves thin, Millin has doubled down on its revenue cycle management expertise and software capabilities.
Mosaic Mental Health
Mosaic MH, formerly known as Riverdale Mental Health Association, provides a compassionate network of care as varied as the communities it serves. We offer a robust program of affordable mental health services for people at all income levels that address a range of mental health challenges - spanning the life course from infancy to old age. Last year alone, we provided care to more than 2,000 individuals.
Mutual of America - Affiliate Member
Mutual of America Life Insurance Company ("Mutual of America") provides group and individual variable annuity contracts and related services for the pension, retirement, and long-range savings needs of various organizations and their employees. We also provide variable annuity contracts to individuals for their retirement and other long-term financial needs. Variable universal life insurance, group life insurance, and group disability products are also available.
NADAP provides an array of wraparound services to New Yorkers to support their health, recovery, and full community participation. We are proud of 46 years of enabling individuals to become healthy, productive and self-sufficient.
The National Alliance on Mental Illness of New York City (NAMI-NYC Metro) is a grassroots organization that provides support, education, and advocacy for families and individuals of all ethnic and socio-economic backgrounds who live with mental illness.
Neighborhood Coalition for Shelter (NCS)
The Neighborhood Coalition for Shelter (NCS) is dedicated to providing housing and support that can transform lives. Together with its partners in the community, NCS's dedicated board, staff and volunteers demonstrate what neighbors can do to reduce, prevent and ultimately end homelessness.
Netsmart Technologies - Affiliate Member
Netsmart provides innovative healthcare technology, including electronic health records (EHRs), health information exchange, data analytics, mobile clinical and consumer engagement solutions, for the behavioral health, social services and post-acute communities.
New Alternatives for Children (NAC)
NAC’s mission is to provide innovative high quality services in support of birth, foster, and adoptive families caring primarily for medically complex children. Working primarily with children whose birth families live in poverty, NAC’s continuum of services ensures that children’s physical, social, educational, recreational, medical, and mental healthcare needs are met.
New York Psychotherapy and Counseling Center (NYPCC)
NYPCC assists individuals with mental and emotional challenges in becoming more productive, independent members of society as a result of our above-stated Mission, by engaging in continuous quality improvement practices in an attempt to ensure optimal treatment outcomes for the recipients of our services.
Northside Center provides children and families the support they need to overcome adversity and thrive. Our high quality outcome-driven behavioral, mental health and education services propel struggling children forward... away from the ill-effects of poverty and racism; toward a future limited only by the scope of their dreams.
Odyssey House goes beyond helping you beat drugs and alcohol. We help you rebuild your life. If that sounds different than other treatment programs, you’re right. Because Odyssey House is where recovery gets real.
OHEL Children's Home & Family Services
OHEL is the most trusted haven of safety and support, providing services that help build lives, and strengthen families, homes and communities to face social, developmental and emotional challenges.
The Osborne Association
The Osborne Association works in partnership with individuals, families, and communities to create opportunities for people affected by the criminal justice system to further develop their strengths and lead lives of responsibility and contribution. We design, implement and advocate for solutions that prevent and reduce the damage caused by crime and incarceration.
Otsuka America Pharmaceutical - Affiliate Member
At Otsuka, our people are passionate about developing and delivering original products as part of a global holistic commitment to better health and well-being. We have two pharmaceutical companies in the U.S. that, along with the entire network of 158 Otsuka companies around the world, are united in one common goal: creating new products for better health worldwide.
Paul J. Cooper Center for Human Services
Paul J. Cooper’s mission is to enable the disabled, who are challenged by developmental disabilities, drugs, and psychological disorders, to achieve self-sufficiency and independence.
Pesach Tikvah – Door of Hope
Pesach Tikvah - Door of Hope, was opened in 1983 to close a gaping hole in the communal fabric of North Brooklyn: the lack of an organization dedicated to the mental health needs of Jewish individuals. Through its highly acclaimed residential services, continuing day treatment program, waiver service provision, children's after-school activities, and counseling and respite services, as well as its geriatric division, Pesach Tikvah successfully meets the needs of hundreds of individuals each day.
Postgraduate Center for Mental Health (PCMH)
Postgraduate Center for Mental Health is dedicated to serve the housing and the mental health needs of individuals and families in the most innovative, effective and efficient way possible. We are an outcome driven organization. We strive to provide the highest value to our consumers and funders by maximizing the quality they receive for their investment.
Project Hospitality reaches out to community members who are hungry, homeless or otherwise in need in order to work with them to achieve their self-sufficiency - thereby enhancing the quality of life for our community.
Project Renewal’s mission is to end the cycle of homelessness by empowering adults and children to renew their lives with health, homes and jobs. Our innovative programs are designed to end the revolving door and our results prove they work.
Qualifacts - Affiliate Member
At Qualifacts, we simplify the journey to value-based care, empowering our behavioral healthcare partners to achieve better outcomes. Our mission is to sustain and extend our customers' ability to serve.
Rainbow Heights Club
Rainbow Heights Club, located in Brooklyn, New York, is an advocacy program for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender consumers requiring mental health services. We provide socialization, support, peer advocacy, and a safe place to take the next step on your road to emotional recovery and wellness.
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.
Ryan Health is committed to providing high quality health care to all who walk through our doors. Our dedicated doctors and nurses are there to provide compassionate care to address your medical and behavioral health needs. We are a mission-driven network of community health centers where our core values and vision reflect our commitment to our patients.
Safe Horizon is a victim assistance nonprofit that has been standing with victims of violence and abuse in New York City since 1978. We provide assistance, advocacy and support to victims who have experienced domestic violence, child abuse, sexual assault, stalking, human trafficking, youth homelessness and other crimes.
Samaritan Daytop Village
What began as one community’s compassionate effort to reach struggling youth, Samaritan Daytop Village has evolved into a comprehensive human services agency with more than 50 locations across New York City and beyond. Samaritan Daytop Village offers a rich array of programs including treatment for substance use, innovative services for veterans, and programs for homeless individuals, women and children, seniors and families.
Samaritans of New York
The Samaritans mission – implemented by professional staff and over 100 caring volunteers – is to prevent suicide by providing immediate and ongoing support to those in crisis, providing solace and support to those who have been touched by suicide, teaching caregivers and health providers the most effective ways to identify and respond to those at-risk for suicide, and making the public more aware of the extent of the current suicide epidemic and the keys to addressing it.
Samuel Field Y
For almost 60 years, the Samuel Field Y has remained strong and vital and has continued to provide new and innovative programs to the greater Northeast Queens and Western Nassau communities. We continue to provide life enhancing and life sustaining services to the over 35,000 people who depend on us to be their community center at each stage of their lives.
SBH Behavioral Health (SBHBH)
SBH Behavioral Health is an affilliated comprehensive mental health outpatient program of SBH Helath System. The mission of SBHBH, formerly known as Fordham-Tremont Mental Health Services, is to improve the mental health and the overall quality of life for the diverse residents of the communities we serve.
SCO Family of Services
SCO Family of Services helps vulnerable New Yorkers build a strong foundation for the future. We get young children off to a good start, launch youth into adulthood, stabilize and strengthen families and unlock potential for children and adults with special needs.
Sephardic Bikur Holim (SBH)
For four decades our mission has been to care for people in need with compassion, discretion and respect.
Guided and inspired by the timeless principles of kindness and charity, SBH works hand in hand with a network of devoted volunteers and professionals to address the community’s needs with a strong commitment to excellence.
Service Program for Older People (SPOP)
Service Program for Older People (SPOP) is dedicated to enhancing the quality of life of adults age 55 and older and to fostering their independent living through the delivery of comprehensive mental health and supportive services, advocacy, and education.
Services for the Underserved (SUS)
We 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. We envision a city where everyone has a roof over their head, is healthy, productive and can enjoy the social connections that create a life of purpose.
At Sheltering Arms NY, we believe that every child and family deserves an equal chance at future success. Our mission is to strengthen the education, wellbeing, and development of vulnerable children, youth, and families across the New York metro area so that everyone has the support and opportunity needed to maximize their potential.
Sky Light Center
Sky Light Center offers a path to recovery from psychiatric and substance use disabilities through comprehensive rehabilitation services based in an intentional community setting.
Spanish Speaking Elderly Council – RAICES
RAICES’ mission is to respond to the unmet needs of the Latino, African American and low income community and seeks to improve their quality of life through advocacy and the direct provision of targeted services with work across the generations and a particular emphasis on the needs of older adults.
St. Francis Friends of the Poor
St Francis Friends of the Poor was established to offer permanent housing with supportive services to homeless men and women with histories of chronic mental illness. In their efforts to care for the poor, they have created three residences that provide humane and dignified homes for people living with serious mental illness who have suffered homelessness.
Staten Island Behavioral Network (SIBN)
SI Behavioral Network, Inc. is a health home provider for Coordinated Behavioral Care’s Pathways to Wellness Program, which offers comprehensive care coordination; education and support for managing chronic medical and behavioral disorders; transition services; help addressing housing and/or economic instability; and individual and famil supports.
Staten Island Mental Health Society
Our mission is to diagnose and treat emotional, behavioral, organic, and developmental problems; to create and support programs and environments that reduce the risk of disability and advance the optimal development of children; to increase our knowledge of the causes and treatments of mental illness and developmental impairment; and to promote public awareness of, and support for, the value and availability of our services.
Supportive Housing Network of New York
Founded in 1988, the Network's mission is to increase the public's understanding of supportive housing; share best practices that continually improve supportive housing's effectiveness; and, most importantly, encourage the creation of enough supportive housing to end homelessness among the most vulnerable New Yorkers.
Transitional Services for New York (TSINY)
TSINY provides community-based services to individuals recovering from mental illness. Since its founding as an alternative to long-term hospital placement, TSINY has expanded into a multi-faceted mental health corporation offering a full range of residential programs and outpatient services designed to increase personal motivation, strengthen work skills and encourage participation in community activities.
Union Settlement Association
Union Settlement is an on-the-ground resource for East Harlem residents of all ages, and a passionate advocate for the needs of underserved communities. Since opening our doors in 1895, we have brought education, wellness and community-building programs to our neighborhood, empowering New Yorkers with opportunities to better their lives.
Unique People Services
Unique People Services, Inc. (UPS) is a New York-based nonprofit 501(c) (3) organization founded by Lynn Wonsang in 1991. Our mission is to serve – holistically and without judgment – those who may have been denied compassionate and considerate treatment elsewhere due to their race, religion, gender, sexual orientation, developmental level, health status or criminal or substance use history.
University Consultation & Treatment Center for Mental Hygiene
We are a not-for-profit Behavioral Health Organization founded in 1950 and incorporated in the State of New York in 1961. Our mission is to provide affordable, quality Behavioral Health, clinical, rehabilitative, residential, case management and support services to special needs populations.
University Settlement has remained true to its first principle: to strengthen a community, you must strengthen families. And to strengthen a family, you must provide a range of services and support. Not just childcare. Not just after-school programs. Not just education for adults or meals for seniors. Providing integrated services that strengthen a whole family makes all the difference.
Urban Pathways serves as the first point of contact for homeless New Yorkers. We engage individuals “where they are at” through our strong network of services to help individuals move into housing and minimize the likelihood of ever returning to the streets.
Venture House has one unifying vision: to enable individuals diagnosed with mental illness to live meaningful and productive lives in the community. We believe that member participants are entitled to the same rights as all people. Those rights include access to: work, relationships, sustained income, housing, medical care, and education.
Vibrant Emotional Health
For 50 years, Vibrant Emotional Health, formerly the Mental Health Association of New York City (MHA-NYC), has been at the forefront of promoting emotional well-being for all people. As leaders, advocates, educators, and innovators in mental health, we have been raising awareness and offering support to everyone who is struggling. We work every single day to help save lives and assist people to get care anytime, anywhere and in any way that works for them. We are unwavering in our belief that everyone can achieve emotional wellness with the right care and support.
Visiting Nurse Service of New York
Founded in 1893, the Visiting Nurse Service of New York is the largest not-for-profit home- and community-based health care organization in the United States, serving the five boroughs of New York City, as well as Nassau, Suffolk, and Westchester Counties. Our programs are designed to help patients improve their quality of life, and to reduce the number and length of hospitalizations.
VIP Community Services
VIP offers comprehensive medical, behavioral health, housing, and other social services to the community. The organization meets its clients with respect and without judgment, supporting them in the process of transforming their lives wherever they may be on the road to giving up a life of substance abuse.
Volunteers of America – Greater New York
Volunteers of America is a national, faith-based human services organization. We 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
Since 1980, WellLife Network, formerly PSCH, has been meeting the growing challenges of individuals with intellectual/developmental disabilities and mental illness. Our mission is to empower individuals and families with diverse needs to realize their full potential for achieving meaningful goals, guided by principles of independence, health, wellness, safety and recovery.
Westchester Jewish Community Services
Westchester Jewish Community Services (WJCS) is one of the largest human service agencies in Westchester, providing care to people of all ages and diverse backgrounds who are confronting significant challenges. Agency experts provide mental health, trauma, disabilities, youth, home care and geriatric services.
Weston United is dedicated to serving New York City’s most vulnerable residents, including those struggling with homelessness, mental illness, and substance abuse. We provide emergency shelter, transitional and permanent supported housing, and case management services to help New Yorkers live more independently and manage their health effectively.