SUS in the community

Wherever there’s a need, we’re there.

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Bronx

SUS provides housing, day services, employment services, and other services to close to 4,000 individuals and their families in the Bronx every year.

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Manhattan

Services for the UnderServed (SUS) provides housing, employment, wellness and other support services to 8,000 individuals and their families in Manhattan every year.

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Brooklyn

SUS provides housing, day services, employment services, and other support services to approximately 4,000 individuals and their families in Brooklyn every year.

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Queens

SUS provides housing, day services, employment services, and other support services to 2000 individuals and their families in Queens every year.

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Long Island

SUS provides housing and other support services to more than 500 individuals and their families in Long Island.

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Bronx

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Services for the UnderServed (SUS) provides housing, integrated care, employment, and other related supports to 4,000 individuals and their families in the Bronx annually. Over 400 SUS staff live and work in the Bronx.

SUS launched its first program in the Bronx in 1979. SUS has grown to be an integral part of the communities that host its programs and services, and in fact is represented in every Community Board in the Bronx.

Our Communities

SUS’ housing programs, represented by residential buildings and hundreds of scattered site apartments throughout the Bronx; its day programs, represented by day habilitation programs for adults with intellectual/developmental disabilities; its care coordination programs serving individuals with high health care needs and a substance use treatment center are all good neighbors in the following communities:

  1. Baychester
  2. Bedford Park
  3. Bronx River
  4. Co-Op City
  5. Crotona Park East
  6. East Tremont
  7. Longwood
  8. Marble Hill
  9. Morris Heights
  10. Morrisania
  11. Mott Haven
  12. Norwood
  13. Olinville
  14. Parkchester
  15. Pelham Bay
  16. University Heights
  17. West Concourse

Manhattan

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Services for the UnderServed (SUS) provides housing, employment, wellness and other support services to 8,000 individuals and their families in Manhattan every year. SUS employs over 500 staff in Manhattan, and has over 200 staff that live in the borough.

SUS launched its first program in Manhattan in 1981. SUS’ presence in Manhattan has grown to be an integral part of the communities that host its programs and services.

Our Communities

SUS’ housing programs, represented by residential buildings and scattered site apartments throughout Manhattan; a treatment clinic; a homeless prevention program; and shelters for families and adults are all good neighbors in the following communities in Manhattan:

  1. Chelsea
  2. East Harlem
  3. Hamilton Heights
  4. Harlem
  5. Lower Eastside
  6. Union Square
  7. Wall Street
  8. Washington Heights

More specifically, SUS’ programs and services are represented in the following Community Boards in Manhattan:

  1. Community Board 1
  2. Community Board 3
  3. Community Board 4
  4. Community Board 5
  5. Community Board 9
  6. Community Board 10
  7. Community Board 11
  8. Community Board 12

Brooklyn

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Services for the UnderServed (SUS) provides housing, integrated care, employment, and other related support services to 4,000 individuals and their families in Brooklyn annually. Over 600 SUS staff work in Brooklyn, and over 500 staff live in the borough.

SUS launched its first program in Brooklyn in 1981. SUS has grown to be an integral part of the communities that host its programs and services.

Our Communities

SUS’ housing programs, represented by residential buildings and hundreds of scattered site apartments throughout Brooklyn; a day habilitation program for adults with intellectual/developmental disabilities; a Recovery Center that encompasses Employment Services, a Clubhouse and Mental Health Clinic; and shelters for families and adults are all good neighbors in the following communities in Brooklyn:

  1. Bedford-Stuyvesant
  2. Borough Park
  3. Brooklyn Junction
  4. Brownsville
  5. Bushwick
  6. Crown Heights
  7. Downtown Brooklyn
  8. East New York
  9. Flatbush
  10. New Lots
  11. Park Slope
  12. Prospect Heights
  13. Prospect Park
  14. Starrett City
  15. Weeksville
  16. Williamsburg
  17. Wingate

More specifically, SUS’ programs and services are represented in the following Community Boards in Brooklyn:

  1. Community Board 1
  2. Community Board 2
  3. Community Board 3
  4. Community Board 4
  5. Community Board 5
  6. Community Board 6
  7. Community Board 8
  8. Community Board 9
  9. Community Board 12
  10. Community Board 16
  11. Community Board 17
  12. Community Board 18

Queens

SUS provides housing, day services, employment services, and other support services to 2,000 individuals and their families in Queens every year. SUS employs a staff of over 100 in Queens, and has close to 200 staff members who live in the borough. We launched our first program in Queens in 1992 and since then, SUS’ presence in Queens has grown to be an integral part of the communities that host our programs and services.

Our Communities

SUS’ residential support options, represented by residential buildings and scattered site apartments throughout Queens, and our day programs, represented by residential by day habilitation programs for adults with intellectual/developmental disabilities, are all good neighbors in the following communities in Queens:

  1. Far Rockaway
  2. Flushing
  3. Hollis
  4. Howard Beach
  5. Springfield Gardens
  6. Jamaica
  7. Long Island City
  8. Middle Village
  9. Ozone Park
  10. South Ozone Park

SUS also administers a Family Reimbursement program for families of individuals diagnosed with a developmental disability that reimburses them for support and services not covered by Medicaid.

More specifically, SUS’ programs and services are represented in the following Community Boards in Queens:

  1. Community Board 1 – Astoria, Old Astoria, Long Island City, Queensbridge, Ditmars, Ravenswood, Steinway, Garden Bay and Woodside
  2. Community Board 5 – Ridgewood, Glendale, Middle Village, Maspeth and Liberty Park
  3. Community Board 7 – Flushing, Bay Terrace, College Point, Whitestone, Malba, Beechhurst, Queensboro Hill and Willets Point
  4. Community Board 9 – Richmond Hill, Woodhaven, Kew Gardens, Ozone Park
  5. Community Board 10 – Howard Beach, Ozone Park, South Ozone Park, Richmond Hill, Tudor Village and Lindenwood
  6. Community Board 12 – Jamaica, Hollis, St. Albans, Springfield Gardens, Baisley Park, Rochdale Village and South Jamaica
  7. Community Board 13- Bellerose – Brookville – Cambria Heights, Floral Park – Glen Oaks – Laurelton, Meadowmere – New Hyde Park, Parkside Hills – Queens Village
    Rosedale – Springfield Gardens, Warnerville
  8. Community Board 14 – Breezy Point, Belle Harbor, Broad Channel, Neponsit, Arverne, Bayswater, Edgemere, Rockaway Park, Rockaway and Far Rockaway

Long Island

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Services for the UnderServed (SUS) provides housing, employment, wellness and other support services to more than 500 individuals and their families on Long Island every year.

SUS launched its first program on Long Island in 2013. SUS’ presence on Long Island has grown to be an integral part of the communities that host its programs and services.

Our Communities

SUS’ programs can be found in the following Long Island neighborhoods:

  1. Nassau County
  2. City of Long Beach
  3. City of Glen Cove
  4. Town of North Hempstead
  5. Town of Hempstead
  6. Town of Oyster Bay
  7. Suffolk County
  8. Town of Huntington
  9. Town of Islip
  10. Town of Babylon
  11. Town of Brookhaven
  12. Town of RiverheadTown of Shelter Island
  13. Town of Southold
  14. Town of Smithtown
  15. Town of South Hampton
  16. Town of East Hampton

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