The Ryan Health mobile unit, with two exam rooms, will be providing primary medical care services on board with nurse practitioner and staff. Providing: Referrals for speciality care services including MAT team (for opioid abuse treatment), medical specialties, nutrition, pediatrics, women’s health and more.
The Homeless Hub: The Canadian Observatory on Homelessness (COH) is a non-partisan research and policy partnership between academics, policy and decision makers, service providers and people with lived experience of homelessness. We work in collaboration with partners to conduct and mobilize research designed to have an impact on solutions to homelessness.
As one of the largest homelessness-dedicated research institutes in the world, we support service providers, policy makers, and governments to improve their capacity to end homelessness. Our philosophy is simple: through research, evaluation and design, we can develop evidence-based solutions and together, solve homelessness.
The Canadian Observatory on Homelessness/Homeless Hub, 6th Floor Kaneff Tower, York University, 4700 Keele St., Toronto, ON M3J 1P3, 416-736-2100 x30208, https://www.homelesshub.ca/
Luz Maria Foundation Inc. is a 501(c)(3), tax exempt organization that helps women who are victims of domestic violence and women in need by providing the tools they need to move forward in their lives during their times of struggle.
We work and sign agreements to promote, defend and disseminate DDHH (human rights) for women, children and adolescents.
We work together with other human rights NGOs to create awareness about domestic violence in order to make a better and safer world for all.
The West Side Neighborhood Alliance is an independent, member-run organization sponsored by Housing Conservation Coordinators that mobilizes West Side residents to take charge of planning our community. We advocate for a diverse, affordable, livable neighborhood that preserves the mixed-income character of today’s West Side, and we work to guarantee that the ongoing development of our neighborhood serves community members of all races, incomes and backgrounds.
Project FIND’s mission is to provide low- and moderate-income and homeless seniors with the services and support they need to enrich their lives and live independently.
Today Project FIND operates three supportive housing residences that are home to about 600 people and four seniors centers with over 3,000 members.
Our members and residents range from the healthy and active to the frail and homebound to the homeless. For all of these men and women, Project FIND is a critical resource, providing housing, meals, and programs that help individuals navigate the challenges of aging by encouraging community engagement and healthy living.
The Civilian Compliant Review Board (CCRB) is a city agency, independent from the New York Police Department, that investigates and mediates complaints against NYPD officers in a neutral and unbiased manner. The CCRB investigates allegations of excessive force, abuse of authority, discourtesy, and offensive language. There are numerous ways to file a complaint with the CCRB.
By Phone – CCRB’s Hotline: To file a complaint, you can call the CCRB’s hotline Monday through Friday, 8am – 5pm, and speak directly to an investigator: 1-800-341-2272
Come to our Office anytime between 8 am and 5 pm to speak with an investigator. No appointment is necessary.
Go to a Participating Council Member’s District Office. The Community Partners Initiative (CPI) accommodates complainants who can’t travel during conventional business hours to CCRB’s lower Manhattan office. Hosted in participating council member’s offices in all five boroughs, CCRB staff will be available to answer questions or even receive a complaint in-person. Each office hosts hours at designated times. Click here to find a location near you and that office’s hours.