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Consumer Perspectives: Caring for Older Adults and People with Mental Illness During the Pandemic

Consumer Perspectives: Caring for Older Adults and People with Mental Illness During the Pandemic

Consumer Perspectives: Caring for Older Adults and People with Mental Illness During the Pandemic

Two S:US clients were ill with COVID-19 recently. They shared their stories with us.

South Bronx residents received donation of Chromebooks

South Bronx residents received donation of Chromebooks

South Bronx residents received donation of Chromebooks

S:US partnered with Dunn Development and Capital One to provide free Chromebooks to 75 tenants in its supported housing residence in the Bronx.

NYC Property Owners Initiate Civic Partnership with Nonprofits to Help City’s Low-Income Tenants Impacted by COVID to Stay in their Homes

NYC Property Owners Initiate Civic Partnership with Nonprofits to Help City’s Low-Income Tenants Impacted by COVID to Stay in their Homes

NYC Property Owners Initiate Civic Partnership with Nonprofits to Help City’s Low-Income Tenants Impacted by COVID to Stay in their Homes

New York property owners contribute $4 million to a network of nonprofit partners to help tenants across city access resources and connect to financial, workforce and other critical services

S:US Awarded $3.87 Million Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic (CCBHC) Expansion Grant

S:US Awarded $3.87 Million Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic (CCBHC) Expansion Grant

S:US Awarded $3.87 Million Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic (CCBHC) Expansion Grant

S:US runs CCBHCs in neighborhoods with some of the highest rates of serious mental illness, substance use disorder, and serious emotional disturbance in NYC.

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