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. We have been evolving services for people facing the challenges of disability and mental illness for over 50 years.
ACMH provides access to resources, treatment and support in the community; as well as supportive housing that is financially feasible for low income individuals with psychiatric disabilities.
Aids Center of Queens County
Comprehensive social services for Queens residents with HIV infection or AIDS.
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.
Allied Service Center NYC
ASCNYC is a multiservice community organization that carries out its mission of “helping many, one by one” by building community, connection and stability for New Yorkers living with and at risk for HIV/AIDS.
Amida Care, Inc.
Amida Care is a private, not-for-profit health care organization in New York City. The plan is recognized in the health care industry as a high quality health plan that knows how to help each person get the right care at the right time.
ANDRUS (Julia Dyckman Andrus Memorial Center)
Providing "a broad spectrum of preventive and restorative services for families and their children from birth through adolescence.
Association to Benefit Children (ABC)
ABC is dedicated to bringing joy and warmth to disadvantaged children and their families through compassionate, sustainable, comprehensive and integrated services, designed to permanently break the cycles of abuse, neglect, sickness and homelessness.
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.
Astor Services for Children and Families
Providing community and residential services for children and families.
Bailey House Behavioral Health Center
Bailey House understands the delicate balance between emotional and physical health. Our goal is to help our clients enjoy wellness in all parts of their lives
Beacon Health Strategies - Affiliate Member
Beacon Health Strategies is a company of industry-leading behavioral health experts, managed and advised by nationally recognized medical, behavioral, human services, and pharmacy clinicians.
Bleuler Psychotherapy Center, Inc.
Provides low-cost psychotherapeutic services to children, adolescents, adults, couples and families.
To serve adults with mental health problems or disabilities that prevent them from leading satisfying, productive lives.
Bridging Access to Care, Inc.
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.
Brooklyn Community Services, Inc.
Seeks to empower families and individuals with disabilities to achieve greater economic self-sufficiency and fuller, more rewarding participation in the community.
Brooklyn Center for Families in Crisis (BCFC)
BCFC is a community-based out-patient mental health clinic conveniently located in the historic Ditmas Park / Flatbush section of Brooklyn.
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.
Callen-Lorde Community Health Center
Callen-Lorde Community Health Center provides sensitive, quality health care and related services primarily to New York's lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender communities—in all their diversity—regardless of ability to pay.
Care for the Homeless
Care for the Homeless of New York City responds to the devastating
effects of homelessness in New York City both by ensuring a wide array
of high-quality support services to homeless children, women, and men,
and by helping to improve the policies and programs affecting them.
CASES (Center for Alternative Sentencing and Employment Services)
Our mission is to increase the understanding and use of community
sanctions that are fair, affordable, and consistent with public safety.
Catholic Charities Community Services of Orange County
Catholic Charities Community Services of Orange County is committed to building a compassionate and just society. Catholic Charities Community Services of Orange County serves the homeless, the hungry, the emotionally and physically handicapped, immigrants, the marginalized and vulnerable of Orange County.
Catholic Charities Neighborhood Services (formerly BFFY)
Through Caring and Commitment, We Build Community.
Cerini & Associates - Affiliate Member
We are committed to excellence, both internally and externally, as demonstrated through the value-added accounting and management services we provide to our clients, and the training-based, motivated work environment we maintain for our employees.
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, Inc.
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
Committed to reducing homelessness and providing supportive services to
people with mental illness, AIDS, chemical addiction, and other special
The Child Center of NY
Nurturing the emotional well-being of children and families in Queens.
The Children's Village
Giving Kids the Chance of a Lifetime. Our mission is to 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.
Children's Aid Society
We strive to ensure the physical and emotional well being of children
and families, and to provide each child with the support and
opportunities needed to become a happy, healthy and productive adult.
CAMBA (Church Avenue Merchants Block Association, Inc.)
A full-service agency providing a continuum of education, employment,
heath-related, housing, legal, social, business and community economic
development and youth services.
The Coalition for Hispanic Family Services
A community-based comprehensive family service agency, serving North Brooklyn and adjacent communities.
Community Access provides a range of housing, job skills, employment placement and professional support services to help break the cycle of homelessness, institutionalization and/or incarceration that often complicates the lives of people who have a history of mental illness.
Community Counseling and Mediation
An individual's potential for success cannot become reality if his or her vision of the future is blurred by mental illness or substance abuse, which is why CCM offers a wide range of mental health services.
Community Health Action of Staten Island, Inc.
The mission of Community Health Action of Staten Island is to improve the lives of individuals, families and communities challenged by health disparities related to poverty, discrimination and lack of access through service, education and advocacy.
Community Healthcare Network
Provides comprehensive community-based primary care, mental health
care and social services for low-income people in underserved
communities throughout New York City.
Provides"quality, culturally-centered and community-based mental
health social services and housing to diverse populations.
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.
Counseling Service of Eastern District New York (CSEDNY)
Counseling Service of Eastern District New York (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, Inc.
Damian Family Care Centers was originally established as Samaritan Health Services, in 1996, by Samaritan Village, Inc. (SVI), and a large residential and outpatient drug treatment program. Recognizing the important linkage between primary care and populations in need of substance abuse treatment, SVI had previously incorporated primary care clinics at each of its residential drug treatment facilities.
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.
EAC, Inc. (Education & Assistance Corporation)
EAC responds to human needs with programs that protect children, promote
health families and communities, help seniors and empower individuals
to take control of their lives.
The Educational Alliance is a community-based organization offering a wide range of programs that integrate education, social services, arts and recreation throughout Downtown Manhattan.
Epilepsy Foundation Metropolitan New York
The Epilepsy Foundation of Metropolitan New York is a non-profit social service organization, dedicated to improving the quality of life of people with epilepsy and their families.
Dedicated to improving the quality of life of individuals affected by drug addiction, incarceration & HIV/AIDS.
The Family Center
Families stay stronger, longer. Communities are built. Children have secure a present and future. These are the impacts of The Family Center’s work with vulnerable New York families. Our social-service, legal and health experts work with clients to strengthen their families in meaningful, sustainable ways.
Family Services of Westchester
Since 1954 Family Services of Westchester has been dedicated to strengthening and supporting families and individuals at every stage of the life cycle with a broad range of social and mental health services.
Since 1935, we have helped people with all types of disabilities and
barriers to employment join the workforce, while providing vital
services to business and government.
Fifth Avenue Center for 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 has helped over 5 million of NYC's most fragile families receive comprehensive and compassionate health care services for over 140 years.
Fordham-Tremont Community Mental Health Center
A principal mental health care provider serving the Bronx community.
Founded in 1967, The Fortune Society’s vision is to create a world where all who are incarcerated or formerly incarcerated can become positive, contributing members of society. We do this through a holistic, one-stop model of service provision.
Committed since 1948 to bettering the lives of people with mental illness everywhere.
Our Mission: GMHC fights to end the AIDS epidemic and uplift the lives of all affected.
Goddard Riverside Community Center
Our objective is the improvement of the quality of human life through
the creation of a community of culture and concern in a society rooted
in economic and social justice.
Good Shepherd Services, Inc.
A social service and youth development agency which provides a broad
range of services to more than 10,000 of our City's most vulnerable
children and families each year.
Goodwill Industries of Greater NY and No. NJ, Inc.
For more than a century, Goodwill has helped the unemployed and disadvantaged overcome barriers to employment and become participating members of society.
Grassi & Co.- Affiliate Member
The 70th largest ffirm in the U.S., is a premier professional service organization specializing in accounting, auditing, tax, technology, and business consulting services with offices in NYC, Long Island and New Jersey.
Greenwich House Inc.
Greenwich House is a non-profit community organization founded in the settlement house tradition.
The Guidance Center
The Guidance Center serves as a welcoming beacon within the Westchester community. We provide direction, comfort and professional support to children, adolescents and adults of all ages who are struggling with a broad range of behavioral health care needs.
Hamilton-Madison House, Inc.
Dedicated to improving the quality of life of its community, primarily
those in the Two Bridges/Chinatown area of Manhattan's Lower East Side.
Health Management Associates (HMA) - Affiliate Member
HMA is an independent, national research and consulting firm with 16 offices nationwide. We are more than 140 consultants strong and still growing. We hire the best-of-the-best to keep doing what they do best – publicly financed health care.
Henry Street Settlement
Henry Street Settlement challenges the effects of urban poverty by helping families achieve better lives for themselves and their children.
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.
Rooted in 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
Human Development Services of Westchester is a social service organization providing quality psychiatric, rehabilitative, residential and neighborhood stabilization services in Westchester County. They are dedicated to empowering the individuals and families they serve to achieve well-being.
IMA Systems - Affiliate Member
IMA is devoted to helping clients not only with state-of-the-art behavioral health software, but with outstanding service the helps them get the most from it.
Institute for Community Living
To assist people with mental and developmental disabilities who need
opportunities to improve their quality of life.
Institute for Career Development
ICD has been helping people transform their lives through career development and employment for almost 100 years. We specialize in serving New Yorkers with barriers to employment gain economic independence through career planning and evaluation and career school programs.
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.
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
Interborough's treatment philosophy is to incorporate evidence-based practices in a therapeutic environment that assures at all times personal dignity, respect for the rights of patients and sensitivity to the ethnic, bilingual and cultural background of our patient population.
Jewish Association of Services for the Aged
Providing social, recreational, health, cultural and educational
programs for older persons, regardless of their race, religion or
ethnicity to help sustain them in their homes and communities and to
offer opportunities for a better quality of life.
Jewish Board of Family & Children's Services
One of the nation's largest and most respected nonprofit mental health and social service agencies"
Jewish Child Care Association
A comprehensive, multicultural, child and family service agency with
programs in communities throughout New York City and in Westchester
Joseph P. Addabbo Family Health Center, Inc.
A private non-profit federally funded community health center
established in 1987 to provide comprehensive health services to the
poor, the medically indigent and or medically underserved residents of
the Rockaway Peninsula.
Karen Horney Clinic, Inc.
Offer low-cost psychoanalytic and psychotherapeutic services and, in
association with the American Institute for Psychoanalysis, to provide
training opportunities for advanced mental health professionals.
KCS Mental Health Clinic
KCS Mental Health Clinic is the first state-licensed Mental Health Clinic in New York operated by a Korean nonprofit organization. We provide culturally sensitive mental health services in a warm, welcoming enviornment in both Korean and English.
Kingsbridge Heights Community Center
KHCC provides quality educational and social services that build on the strengths of our diverse Bronx community to help people of all ages thrive, including abuse survivors and those with developmental disabilities.
Lamb Financial Group -Premium Affiliate Member
Not-for-Profit organizations have special needs for insurance. CEO Joshua Lamberg understands these needs. Using the discipline he honed as a professional baseball player earlier in his career, he has built the firm to deliver customized insurance programs for nonprofits, for-profit human service firms and healthcare organizations. The Lamb Financial Group first performs a thorough analysis of each client's needs, then produces a tailored program of insurance that finds the optimal balance between coverage and cost.
The League Treatment Center
Provide diagnosis and excellent treatment to severely emotionally
disturbed, neurologically and developmentally disabled children and
adults. Helping each individual child and adult to achieve their
highest potential as capable members of our society.
Leake & Watts Services, Inc.
Leake & Watts is dedicated to supporting children, adults and families. Working together, we create strong foundations for success.
The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center
The Center fosters a welcoming environment where everyone is celebrated for who they are. We offer LGBT communities of NYC health and wellness programs, arts, entertainment and cultural events; recovery, wellness, parenthood and family support services.
Lexington Center for Mental Health Services
Provides mental health and social services to deaf and hard-of-hearing
people in a linguistically and culturally-accessible manner recognizing
the importance of utilizing every means of communication.
Lifeline Center for Child Development
A non-profit psychiatric day treatment center and special education school.
Lighthouse Guild International
The Guild provides a wide range of programs and services that include clinical services, low vision rehabilitation, adult day health care, mental health services, education and programs for individuals with developmental disabilities as well as vision loss, all designed to help people live as independently as possible.
Link 2 Health Solutions, Inc.
Link2Health Solutions is a leading innovator developing technology and communications infrastructure critical for supporting the emotional well-being of individuals and communities in need. Through its service networks and agency partnerships, Link2Health Solutions provides high-quality, scalable programs that reach over 500,000 people nationally every year.
Long Island Consultation Center
The Long Island Consultation Center, established in 1953, is one of the oldest private mental health clinics in New York. It is a multi-service psychiatric out-patient clinic that has provided care to NYC area residents shortly after World War II in the same Queens location.
Lower East Side Service Center
Offers high quality substance abuse treatment and prevention, mental health, primary care and HIV/AIDS services to a culturally diverse patient population residing in Manhattan's Lower East Side and the greater New York area.
The Mental Health Association (MHA) of Rockland County
MHA of Rockland County
is a private, not-for-profit community agency whose mission is to provide mental health preventative, supportive, treatment and advocacy services to children and adults in their community.
Mental Health Association of Westchester
Founded in 1946, MHA of Westchester is a voluntary, not-for-profit organization dedicated to promoting mental health through advocacy, community education and direct services.
Metropolitan Center for Mental Health
Founded in 1962 in order to provide low cost psychological treatment for people with emotional problems.
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
At Millin Associates, we focus on helping Health & Human Service Agencies including Intellectual/Developmental Disability, Behavioral Health, Substance Abuse, Primary Care and Foster Care Providers navigate their many challenges and ensure they receive the reimbursement they’ve earned.
Mutual of America - Affiliate Member
Mutual of America specializes in providing retirement products and related services to organizations and their employees, as well as to individuals. Since 1945, Mutual of America has remained committed to its Mission to offer plan sponsors, plan participants, and individuals carefully selected, quality products and services at a competitive price and the personal attention they need to help build and preserve assets for a financially secure future. For more information, visit mutualofamerica.com.
NADAP's mission is to be a leading provider of innovative services that enable individuals to become healthy, productive and self-sufficient.
The National Alliance on Mental Illness of New York City (NAMI-NYC Metro) is a support, education, and advocacy organization for the mental health community. We serve families and individuals whose lives are affected by mental illness.
Neighborhood Coalition for Shelter
Committed to ending homelessness by providing men and women with housing and support that can transform their lives.
Netsmart Technologies - Affiliate Member
Netsmart provides on-demand and traditional software solutions to automate key financial, clinical, management process solutions and electronic medical records. More than 21,000 organizations, including more than 350,000 care providers and more than 40 state systems, use Netsmart solutions to help improve the quality of life for millions of consumers each year.
New Alternatives for Children
"Helping children with disabilities go home."
New Horizon Counseling Center
The New Horizon Counseling Center is a not-for-profit community mental health clinic certified by the New York State Office of Mental Health. Its objective is to provide quality counseling and psycho-therapy at moderate fees to adults, adolescents, and children.
New York Psychotherapy and Counseling Center
Empowering Individuals, Families and Communities for more than thirty years.
Northside Center for Child Development
A full range of therapy, counseling, psycho-educational and other
services for children and families in our community.
Enhanced Therapeutic Community (TC) providing innovative services and
programs for a broad population of drug-troubled individuals and
Ohel Children's Home & Family Services
Serving children and adults, individuals and families who are touched
by personal challenges. One by one, helping to build and rebuild lives
Options for Community Living
Options for Community Living, Inc. provides housing, support services, and care
coordination for people recovering from mental illness and those living with
HIV/AIDS or other chronic health conditions. Many of the people we serve were
The Osborne Association, Inc.
The Osborne Association offers opportunities for individuals who have been in conflict with the law to transform their lives through innovative, effective, and replicable programs that serve the community by reducing crime and its human and economic costs.
Otsuka America Pharmaceutical, Inc. - Affiliate Member
Otsuka is dedicated to creating and promoting new products and innovative solutions for better health worldwide, with a focus on four speciality areas: neuroscience, oncology, cardio-renal and medical devices.
Outreach Development Corp.
Building healthy lives is what Outreach is all about. For over three decades, we've been a premier provider and champion of quality, life-changing drug and alcohol abuse treatment and training services - the kind that help individuals and their families throughout the Greater New York area cope with their problems, heal themselves and move forward in a more positive direction.
Paul J. Cooper Center for Human Services
Providing substance abuse and mental health related services to the
communities of Brownsville, Crown Heights and East New York.
Pesach Tikvah – Door of Hope
Offers a full range of psychiatric services to adults, children and
adolescents dealing with a wide array of mental health issues. Pesach
Tikvah helps people function better in social, professional, and
Postgraduate Center for Mental Health
A pioneer in the community based-mental health services, today PCMH
provides mental health treatment, housing, job training and placement,
and case management services to 1,500 people each month.
An interfaith effort feeding the hungry, sheltering the homeless and caring for people with HIV/AIDS.
Providing everything homeless New Yorkers need to mover from the streets to health, homes and jobs.
Puerto Rican Family Institute
A private, non-profit social service agency providing culturally and linguistically sensitive services to the Latino Community.
Qualifacts - Affiliate Member
Qualifacts builds and implements web-based Electronic Health Records for behavioral health agencies. Founded in 2000, we are the first and largest company in this space to use a pure Software-as-a-Service model.
Rainbow Heights Club
Rainbow Heights Club,
a project of Heights-Hill Mental Health Service South Beach Psychiatric Center Community Advisory Board, Inc., is the first and only government-funded support
and advocacy program providing direct services for lesbian, gay,
bisexual and transgender mental health consumers in New York State.
Riverdale Mental Health Association
A not-for-profit agency that has provided service to the residents of the Bronx for 40 years.
Immediate aid and long-term support through counseling, advocacy and
practical assistance; and we promote social change through education,
training, research, and public policy formulation.
SAGE (Services and Advocacy for GLBT Elders)
Incorporated by lesbian and gay activists and aging service
professionals in 1978 as Senior Action in a Gay Environment,
SAGE is the world's oldest and largest non-profit agency
addressing the needs of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender
Samaritan Village, Inc.
Our mission is to eliminate the devastating impact of substance abuse
on individuals, families and communities by helping addicted men and
women take responsibility for their own recovery.
Samaritans of New York
We are a non-profit, volunteer organization whose sole purpose is to
provide support to those individuals and groups who are in crisis, have
lost someone to suicide and/or are feeling suicidal.
Samuel Field YM-YWHA - CAPE
The Community Advisory Program for the Elderly, known as CAPE, is an
outpatient Mental Health Clinic for Queens residents, aged 60 and over
and their families.
SCO Family of Services
SCO Family of Services works with New York’s most vulnerable – those striving to overcome the devastating impact of poverty, neglect, abuse, or developmental and mental challenges.
Service Program for Older People Inc.(SPOP)
A non-profit community-based mental health center for older adults that
has been providing quality mental health care to older adults for over
Services for the Underserved
To provide the basis to maximize independence through self-help for
physically or emotionally disabled individuals – especially those not
always served by government or other private social support programs.
Sephardic Bikur Holim
Sephardic Bikur Holim is a non profit mental health and social service agency dedicated to caring for people in need with compassion, discretion, and respect.
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.
Skylight Center, Inc.
Sky Light Center, a clubhouse on Staten Island established in 1988, is committed to offering quality rehabilitation services and support to individuals recovering from psychiatric disabilities.
Spanish Speaking Elderly Council – RAICES
29 Years of meeting the special needs of minority and low income older adults.
St. Francis Friends of the Poor
St. Francis has "three residences that provide a humane and dignified
home for street people, the mentally disabled and dependent people who
have suffered years of personal and institutional neglect.
St. Vincent's Services
To provide those who come in need with services which support,
supplement, or substitute for the healing, nurturing and developing
relationships ideally found in family life.
Staten Island Behavioral Network
SIBN works with community-based providers, committed to creating a more
cohesive and integrated care system for individuals diagnosed with
serious mental illness.
Staten Island Mental Health Society, Inc.
A multi-service agency that provides comprehensive mental health and
related services to Staten Island children who are emotionally or
behaviorally disturbed, developmentally disabled, neurologically
impaired, and/or economically disadvantaged.
Supportive Housing Network of New York
The Network advocates to increase the supply of supportive housing and
enables providers to expand their own capacity to develop and innovate.
Transitional Services for New York, Inc.
A comprehensive community-based mental health organization, providing a
continuum of rehabilitative services to enrich the lives of individuals
living with mental illness and facilitate their transition to increased
levels of independence.
Union Settlement Association
Since 1895, has been dedicated to solving urban problems in East
Harlem. Through education programs and human services, the agency
promotes leadership development and fosters economic self-sufficiency
to help individuals and families build a stronger community.
University Consultation & Treatment Center
Founded in 1930 our mission is to provide affordable, quality Behavioral Health, clinical, rehabilitative, residential, case management and support services to special needs populations. We are proud of our contributions to the Bronx community.
America's first social settlement. Located on New York's Lower East
Side, the Settlement assists immigrants and other low-income people
with a full network of programs.
Unique People Services, Inc
Founded by Lynn Wonsang in 1991, our mission is to survivalists and without judgements who may have been denied compassionate and considerate treatment elsewhere due to their race, religion, gender, sexual orientation, developmental level, health status, criminal or substance use history.
Upper Manhattan Mental Health Center
Enabling individuals and families, regardless of age, to efficiently
and productively meet the many challenges within today's scope of
"problems of living" by providing comprehensive community services in a
To enable consumers to lead successful lives in the community by
providing opportunities for meaningful work, sustaining relationships,
secure housing, adequate income, access to medical care, and
opportunities to pursue educational and personal goals.
Visiting Nurse Service of New York
For 110 years, has provided a full range of home health care services
to the New York Metropolitan area.
VIP Community Services (Vocational Instruction Project Services)
VIP Community Services is dedicated to changing lives and transforming our community. We offer a continuum of services to individuals with histories of chemical dependency. Our client-centered approach empowers people to take charge of their lives and discover their personal paths to self-sufficiency.
Volunteers of America of Greater New York
A national faith-based human services organization assisting those
least able to help themselves while providing meaningful opportunities
for individuals and organizations to build stronger communities.
WellLife Network offers comprehensive behavioral health services, including: psychiatric rehabilitation; case management; consumer self-help; family and peer support; and residential services.
Westchester Jewish Community Services
Our wide range of clinical and community-based mental health and
counseling programs, home health services, assistance with learning
difficulties and services for people with developmental disabilities
help children, adults and families who live or work in our County.
Weston United Community Renewal, Inc.
Weston United Community Renewal, based in Harlem, changes the lives of
homeless people for the benefit of themselves and the community.
William F. Ryan Community Health Center
The family of Ryan Centers is dedicated to providing high quality,
affordable, comprehensive, linguistically and culturally competent
health care services to medically underserved populations.