Health Care for the Homeless
The Institute’s Healthcare for the Homeless Program provides services at six locations in Manhattan. Our program makes health care services easily accessible to people experiencing homelessness. We provide medical care, behavioral health care, discounted medications, and referrals to other services.
The program is funded by Care for the Homeless, which receives federal and other funding. Care for the Homeless staff provide HIV intensive case management, substance abuse counseling, HIV rapid testing and HIV and general health education at many of the sites.
Healthcare for the Homeless Program Locations:
Ali Forney Center
321 West 125th St.
A service center for LGBT youth. Medical services are provided both at the Center and as part of a street outreach team.
All Angels Church
251 West 80th St.
A neighborhood church.
Broadway Presbyterian Church
601 West 114th St.
A church and soup kitchen.
George Daly House
269 East Fourth St.
A transitional residence for older adults.
206 West 92nd St.
A supportive Single Room Occupancy residence.
149 West 108th St.
A transitional residence for men and women over age 50.
In addition, medical outreach services are provided at New York Common Pantry, located on 8 East 109th Street. It is a neighborhood agency offering showers, meals, social services and food to homeless and low income people.
If you know of a person in need of assistance, please contact the Bowery Residents Committee hotline at (212) 533-5151 or 311. They can send an outreach team or route calls to connect the person to appropriate services at our organization or another agency.
Visit the Care for the Homeless website.