Geriatric Mental Health Initiative- Mental health counseling for people over the age of 60 at no cost; during the pandemic, this counseling is available by phone - no attendance at a senior center necessary.
Food Services (Hot Meals and Food Pantry), Housing Referrals, Healthcare, Employment Assistance (Help with Resumes, Teach Basic Computer Skills, Look for Jobs), Legal Aid (Help with Housing Rights and Immigration), Clothing Distribution
Cardinal Spellman Center 137 East 2nd Street Between First Avenue and Avenue A
Starting on June 29th, Meal Hub summer service will operate at approximately 400 sites across the city and continue regular service. from 7:30am to 1:30 pm, Monday through Friday. Meals will be available to any New Yorker who needs them
Health Services (Primary Care, Wellness and Prevention, Behavioral Health and Substance Use, Dental Care, AIDS Adult Day Community Healthcare, Case Management, Insurance Enrollment), Legal Services, Pharmacy, Job Training, Housing Support
Shelter (Supportive Housing for women and their families), Childcare and Education, Life Skills, Health & Wellness, Education (Resume writing, interview skills, computer instruction), Employment, Finding a Permanent Home)
WomanKind (Formally The New York Asian Women's Center)
Shelter, Counseling and Case Management, Immigration Legal Services, Workshops (Banking, Saving, Credit, Taxes, Goal Setting, Career Readiness, Resumés, Interviewing, and Workers’ Rights), Wellness Services, Mentoring (for ages 13-18), Asian Youth Program (for ages 6-12 who have been impacted by violence), Asian Women's Empowerment Program (Vocational Training, Information Sessions on Women's Health, English Classes)
Economic Empowerment (Development and Micro-Credit Loan Programs in West Africa and India), Healthcare (Vaccinations), Shelter (Housing for Persons with HIV/AIDS), Food Services, Advocacy, Emergency Shelter, Counseling, Vocational and Educational Art Programs, Art Therapy and Recreational Activies for Survivors
International Sanctuary provides safe, loving workplace communities for girls and women escaping human trafficking. They are non-residential community centers, where survivors receive professional training, employment opportunities, and a chance to heal, grow, and thrive.
We offer our global community opportunities to connect with themselves and each other through inspirational online courses, top-rated live events like our weekend retreats and Truthteller Tour, and community sharing that builds our confidence and bonds us through our similarities and differences.
Sue Rock Originals Everyone, Inc is the internationally acclaimed textile charity committed to supporting the lives of survivors of domestic violence. With such a small percentage of women leaving domestic violence situations nationwide, we felt it was important to provide direct support to these women who have made the courageous first steps towards change.