Families Displaced From Midtown Shelter To Make Room For UWS Men

Families Displaced From Midtown Shelter To Make Room For UWS Men

Families Displaced From Midtown Shelter To Make Room For UWS Men

More than 150 families in Midtown's Harmonia shelter are being booted out with little warning to make way for men from the Lucerne Hotel.

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.

Formerly Homeless Veteran Gives Back

Formerly Homeless Veteran Gives Back

Formerly Homeless Veteran Gives Back

S:US staff Renee Joseph and Beth Gabellini spoke with Newsday about how S:US serves veterans, including homeless and formerly homeless families during this public health crisis.

Extra Effort Will Be Needed to Protect New York City’s Most Vulnerable

Extra Effort Will Be Needed to Protect New York City’s Most Vulnerable

Extra Effort Will Be Needed to Protect New York City’s Most Vulnerable

S:US' Nadjete Natchaba discussed various ways S:US is keeping in contact with the people we serve during this public health crisis.

NPR Interview: What S:US is Doing to Support People with Mental Health & Substance Use Challenges During COVID-19

NPR Interview: What S:US is Doing to Support People with Mental Health & Substance Use Challenges During COVID-19

NPR Interview: What S:US is Doing to Support People with Mental Health & Substance Use Challenges During COVID-19

S:US spoke with NPR Long Island radio host, Gianna Volpe about S:US’ mission and the vital work our staff is doing to help New York’s most vulnerable during the coronavirus crisis.

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