Care for the Homeless was originally funded in 1985 by the National Health Care for the Homeless Program of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and Pew Memorial Trust.
Covenant House New York (CHNY)/Under 21 provides comprehensive pediatric, primary, and preventative care to homeless adolescents, young adults, and their children. All services are provided regardless of a patient's ability to pay.
Project Samaritan Health Services operates the Damian Family Care Center (DFCC) which provides services to individuals in Queens County. DFCC serves a largely minority population, many of whom are homeless or at risk of homelessness. Nearly 50 percent have histories of chronic homelessness.… More
Housing Works East New York Health Center is part of a healing community of people living with and affect by HIV/AIDS. Our mission is to end the dual crises of homelessness and AIDS through the provision of lifesaving services. Our skilled team of doctors and nurses are here to provide the best in quality care. Our center is designed to … More
HELP/PSI Services Corporation and HELP/PSI, Inc. provide a wide spectrum of services and programs to people living with HIV/AIDS and substance abuse issues as well as to the broader underserved and at-risk population. Programs include Adult Day Health Care, COBRA Case Management, Primary and Dental Care & Residential Health Care. Locations are throughout the Bronx, Brooklyn & Queens.… More
Hudson River HealthCare (HRHCare) is a community and migrant health center delivering primary, preventative, and behavioral health care services to patients throughout southeastern New York State, and linking clients a well-developed and highly responsive referral care network.
The mission ICL Healthcare Choices is to provide effective and reliable primary, multi-specialty, and preventive health care in a personalized and compassionate manner to help people improve the quality of their lives.… More
Mt. Vernon Neighborhood Health Center, along with its satellite Yonkers Neighborhood Health Center, provides primary health care for individuals who are homeless in Westchester County.
North Country Family Health Center’s founding principal of offering quality healthcare, regardless of insurance or income, remains the agency’s foundation today. The Health Center provides care for working families who struggle to afford healthcare and also sees many families who are covered by private insurance. Individuals and families choose our practice because they value the quality of our care and … More
Project Renewal has been providing services to homeless adults in New York City since 1967, including housing in shelters, transitional and permanent housing, social services, mental health services, substance abuse services and primary medical care. The 330(H) grant currently covers the entire primary medical care services located at three shelters and on three mobile medical vans.
In the network of Lutheran Health Care, Sunset Park offers family-oriented comprehensive health and dental care, as well as a full range of specialty and support services including HIV Counseling/Testing.
Sunset Park Services:
- Adult Medicine
- Women’s Health
- Youth Health Services
- HIV Counseling & Testing
- Medicaid Eligibility
- Nutrition Services Radiology (X-ray)
- Rehabilitation Services
- Telephone Advice Line 24-Hour
The New York Children's Health Project (NYCHP), a program of Community Pediatric Programs of The Children's Hospital at Montefiore Medical Center/Albert Einstein College of Medicine, offers homeless families and street youth access to an enhanced medical home at 14 locations throughout New York City. Founded in 1987, NYCHP is one of the original grantees under the McKinney Act.
Long Island City
The Floating Hospital Health Care for the Homeless Program provides comprehensive health care services within numerous medically underserved areas. The HCH clinics are located in five homeless shelters in Brooklyn and the Bronx, and in NYC's family intake center in the Bronx.
Unity Health System's Health Care for the Homeless Program (HCHP) provides comprehensive health care to homeless men, women, and children living in the city of Rochester and in the greater Rochester area.
Harlem United is a community health center that strives to be the premier multiservice organization dedicated to eradicating HIV and related health disparities among the most vulnerable populations (i.e. homeless and HIV positive inidivduals) in the Upper Manhattan neighborhoods.
The Health Care for the Homeless (HCH) program, called the Community Health Outreach (CHO) program at the William F. Ryan Community Health Network, provides comprehensive medical and mental health services at clinics in the West End Intergenerational Residence, Regent Family Residence, Convent Family Living Center, and the Bridge, a mental health rehabilitation agency.