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The Homeless Hub

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/

Project Find

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.

www.projectfind.org, 160 West 71st Street, #2F, New York, NY 10023, 212 874 0300


BronxWorks helps individuals and families improve their economic and social well-being. From toddlers to seniors, we feed, shelter, teach, and support our neighbors to build a stronger community.

To find the contact information for a particular BronxWorks office or program, please check our office listings or program guide.

If you need help and are not sure what program to contact, please call our Single Stop hotline at (718) 731-3114, or go to one of our walk-in offices.

BronxWorks, 60 E. Tremont Ave., Bronx, NY 10453, info@bronxworks.org(646) 393-4000

Rauschenbusch Metro Ministries

Rauschenbusch Metro Ministries seeks to encourage the social, educational, spiritual, and economic growth of the “Hell’s Kitchen” community. We offer non-sectarian, multifaceted educational opportunities and direct services to community residents through partnerships between Metro Baptist Church, area residents, mission organizations, and community service providers.

OFFICE HOURS: Monday-Thursday 10:00 am – 6:00 pm & Friday 10:00 am – 3:00 pm

410 W 40th Street, New York, NY 10018, 212.594.4464

Community Solutions

Community Solutions helps communities adopt the best problem-solving tools from multiple sectors to end homelessness and the conditions that create it. We work upstream and downstream of homelessness by helping communities end it where it happens and improve the conditions of inequality that make it more likely to happen in the future, especially in neighborhoods of concentrated poverty.

Community Solutions, 60 Broad St., Suite 2510A, New York, NY 10004, 646.797.4370

Emergency Shelter Network (ESN)

The ESN-NYC membership consists of over 50 faith-based and community shelters. During winter months, the capacity of the network exceeds 400 beds. The Emergency Shelter Network is not a governmental agency. Our network is an alternative to the City-operated shelters for homeless adult individuals. It is the ESN’s belief that the personal attention, intimate setting (member shelters can typically accommodate between 10 and 20 guests), and most importantly respect, give our guests a firm foundation to move out of homelessness, ESN’s ultimate goal.

The Emergency Shelter Network of Faith-Based & Community Organizations, Inc., www.esn-nyc.org, (646) 397-1609

The Grand Central Neighborhood Social Services Corporation (GCNSSC)

The Grand Central Neighborhood Social Services Corporation (GCNSSC) is committed to providing
 immediate relief to Midtown Manhattan’s homeless population. Through our Mainchance Drop-In Center, 
we offer basic necessities (food, clothing, showers, and chairs for respite) and a range of social services including employment counseling, treatment referrals, and housing assistance.

Main Chance Drop-in Center, 120 East 32nd Street, New York, NY 10016, www.grandcentralneighborhood.org, 212-883-0680



Center for Urban Community Services | CUCS

  Our mission today is to help individuals and families exit homelessness, rise from poverty, and regain health and wellness.

Through heat waves and frozen days, rain or shine, our outreach teams are at work on the streets of northern Manhattan, helping men and women move from life outdoors to housing.

Helping people move out, and stay out, of homelessness is at the heart of all that we do.

CUCS, 198 East 121st Street, New York, NY 10035, 212-801-3300