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CARE FOR THE HOMELESS (CFH) HAS MET THE MEDICAL, MENTAL, AND BEHAVIORAL HEALTH CARE NEEDS OF PEOPLE EXPERIENCING HOMELESSNESS IN NEW YORK CITY SINCE 1985

We currently operate 24 health care delivery sites throughout Brooklyn, the Bronx, Manhattan, and Queens and have plans to open more in the near future.

The majority of our service sites are co-located at facilities operated by other non-profits. These sites include shelters for single adults and families as well as assessment centers and soup kitchens. In addition, our community-based health center model brings services directly to neighborhoods where the need is most significant. Both models reduce the barriers that homeless New Yorkers regularly face in an increasingly complex health care system as well as increase access to high quality health care. All services are always provided, regardless of an individual’s ability to pay.


Primary Address    30 East 33rd Street 5th Fl. NEW YORK, NY 10016 United States
Phone:    2123664459
Website:    www.careforthehomeless.org
Gooddler Subdomain:    http://CFHNYC.gooddler.com

30 East 33rd Street 5th Fl. NEW YORK, NY 10016 United States

2123664459

www.careforthehomeless.org http://CFHNYC.gooddler.com

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CARE FOR THE HOMELESS (CFH) HAS MET THE MEDICAL, MENTAL, AND BEHAVIORAL HEALTH CARE NEEDS OF PEOPLE EXPERIENCING HOMELESSNESS IN NEW YORK CITY SINCE 1985

We currently operate 24 health care delivery sites throughout Brooklyn, the Bronx, Manhattan, and Queens and have plans to open more in the near future.

The majority of our service sites are co-located at facilities operated by other non-profits. These sites include shelters for single adults and families as well as assessment centers and soup kitchens. In addition, our community-based health center model brings services directly to neighborhoods where the need is most significant. Both models reduce the barriers that homeless New Yorkers regularly face in an increasingly complex health care system as well as increase access to high quality health care. All services are always provided, regardless of an individual’s ability to pay.


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