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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

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

Breaking Ground

Breaking Ground

Today, Breaking Ground operates more than 3,500 units of housing across New York City, along with housing in upstate New York and Connecticut. Supportive housing – affordable housing paired with wraparound services designed to help people maintain their homes for the long-term – is widely recognized as a proven and cost-effective solution to chronic homelessness.

Breaking Ground, 505 8th Ave, 5th Floor, New York, NY 10018, 212-389-9300info@breakingground.org, breakingground.org



S:US, Services for the Underserved

We drive scalable solutions to transform the lives of people with disabilities, people in poverty and people facing homelessness: solutions that contribute to righting societal imbalances.

We envision a city where everyone has a roof over their head, is healthy, productive and can enjoy the social connections that create a life of purpose.

Services for the UnderServed, 463 7th Avenue, 17th FloorNew York, NY 10018, 212-633-6900

The Bowery Mission

bowery-missionThe Bowery Mission  has served homeless and hungry New Yorkers since 1879, when its neighborhood came to define the term “skid row.”

Our goal is to be the most effective provider of compassionate care and life transformation for hurting people in New York City.

The Bowery Mission, 227 Bowery, New York, NY 10002, 212-674-3456

Open 7 days a week. Donations may be dropped off 24 hours a day. Click here for directions

The Bowery Mission Men’s Center on Avenue D, 45-51 Avenue D, New York, NY 10009, 212-777-3424

Open 7 days a week. Click here for directions

The Bowery Mission Women’s Center at Heartsease Home, Located on the Upper East Side of Manhattan, 212-396-9000

Open 7 days a week. Click here for information

Mont Lawn Camp & Retreat Center, RR2, Box 2004, Bushkill, PA 18324, 570-588-6618 Click here for directions

The Bowery Mission, bowery.org, 432 Park Avenue South, 3rd Floor, New York, NY 10016, 212-684-2800

Open Monday-Friday 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.