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  • El Programa de Bienestar Familiar

    Posted By CCPH on August 21, 2017

    El Programa de Bienestar Familiar

    ​El programa de Bienestar Familiar puede ayudarle a proveer a su familia con seguridad, estabilidad, y el bienestar que necesitan. 

    Todos los servicios son GRATUITOS! Inscribase hoy en alguno de nuestros locales o llame para mas información al 212-503-6842.

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  • The Family Wellness Program

    Posted By CCPH on August 21, 2017

    The Family Wellness Program can help you to provide your family with the security, safety, stability and well-being they need. 

    All services are offered in English and Spanish and are FREE!

    Enroll today at the Upper Manhattan location or call 212-503-6842.

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  • Odyssey House

    Posted By CCPH on February 02, 2017

    Odyssey House helps New Yorkers in need overcome drug and alcohol abuse, improve their physical and mental health, and defeat homelessness.

    For more information or for the location near you, visit: ODYSSEY

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  • Incarnation Children’s Center

    Posted By CCPH on January 19, 2017

    Mission Statement: To Make a Positive and Supportive Difference, We believe that, in ideal circumstances, every child should be healthy, live at home, and be surrounded by a loving family. However, for some HIV positive children, this is not possible.

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  • St. Nicholas Hotel - Praxis Housing Initiatives

    Posted By CCPH on January 18, 2017

    Not-for-profit 6-month residential facility providing homeless adults affected by HIV/AIDS with transitional housing, case management, permanent housing assistance, life skills workshops, clinical education, HIV and substance abuse support groups, entitlement assistance, recreational groups, and referrals.

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  • Fort Washington Men’s Shelter

    Posted By CCPH on January 12, 2017

    The Fort Washington Men’s Shelter, located on West 168th Street in Manhattan, provides shelter to 200 mentally-ill men, many of whom also cope with addiction. An on-site Article 28 licensed medical clinic connects residents to primary health care, as well as dental and optometry services.

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  • Comunilife

    Posted By CCPH on July 20, 2016

    Comunilife has grown into one of NYC’s best-respected community-based health and housing service providers. Each year, our rich continuum of care supports the needs of more than 3,500 low-income and vulnerable New Yorkers.

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  • Esperanza Center

    Posted By CCPH on July 19, 2016

    Esperanza Center was established in 1952 to meet the social and educational needs of upper Manhattan's Latino community. In 1973, Centro Social la Esperanza, Inc., opened a comprehensive daytime program for adults with developmental disabilities residing with their families.

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  • Catholic Guardian Services

    Posted By CCPH on July 18, 2016

    Catholic Guardian Services (CGS) has at the heart of its mission the duty to affirm the dignity of each person we serve and to carry a message of hope to vulnerable persons of all ages.

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  • Case Management Outstation at the YM & YWHA

    Posted By CCPH on July 18, 2016

    Not-for-profit program providing seniors ages 60+ and their families with case management, benefits assistance, and linkages and referrals for legal, housing, and immigrant support services.

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  • Richard F. Salyer House

    Posted By Get Healthy Heights on October 08, 2015

    Provides affordable housing to low-income families and single adults.

    http://www.coalitionforthehomeless.org/resources/volunteers-of-america-richard-f-salyer-house/

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  • Broadway Housing Communities (BHC)

    Posted By Get Healthy Heights on October 08, 2015

    Broadway Housing Communities is a New York City non-profit housing developer committed to providing innovative permanent housing for individuals and families in the greatest need.

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  • Northern Manhattan Improvement Corporation

    Posted By Get Healthy Heights on October 08, 2015

    NMIC is a community-based, nonprofit organization founded in 1979 that serves Washington Heights and Inwood, in upper Manhattan. Beginning with two people operating on a small start-up grant, we have grown over the past 30 years to over 100 staff members, working to stabilize the community and help residents build a better life.

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  • Community League of the Heights

    Posted By Get Healthy Heights on October 08, 2015

    The mission of CLOTH’s Housing Development Department is to preserve and develop the housing stock of Southern Washington Heights for low-income families. The majority of CLOTH’s development has been the rehabilitation of existing housing. CLOTH has recently expanded its’ activities to include new construction projects.

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  • WIEN House

    Posted By Get Healthy Heights on October 08, 2015

    The Wien House is a 14-story, 100-unit facility for low income elderly and mobility impaired. Since it opened in 1990, it’s has been regarded as a model in the low income senior housing industry because it was the first facility of its kind in the U.S. to refinance its mortgage through low income housing tax credits.

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  • Isabella House

    Posted By Get Healthy Heights on October 08, 2015

    Isabella’s high-rise independent living apartment residence offers the best of both worlds to adults age 62 or older: a safe, spacious, enjoyable place to live, with a wide range of medical and social support services nearby when and if you need them.

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  • Selfhelp Community Services, Inc.

    Posted By Get Healthy Heights on October 08, 2015

    Selfhelp is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to maintaining the independence and dignity of seniors and at-risk populations through a spectrum of housing, home health care and social services, and will lead in applying new methods and technologies to address changing needs of its community.

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  • Riverstone -- four programs for healthy seniors

    Posted By Riverstone on March 05, 2015

    With four core programs that work together to provide answers for seniors and their families: Riverstone Memory Center: Engaging adult day services for people with memory loss due to Alzheimer's or other condition.

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