A Family’s Recovery Journey
Kristin was homeless and living on the streets of New York City for two years before moving into a shelter and becoming sober. Now she and her family are thriving in S:US supportive housing.
S:US’ Community Fridge Project: Cultivating Social Justice and Health Equity in Our Community
Each week people supported by S:US volunteer to pack, unpack and re-pack food items, clean, organize food and non-perishable donations so that neighbors and people in the community can have access to ...
Alafia Groundbreaking Media Coverage
The initial $373 million phase will create 576 affordable homes, a new 15,000-square-foot outpatient medical clinic, and 7,000 square feet of ground floor retail space. 136 supportive apartments are r...
Governor Hochul Announces Transformative $1.2 Billion Development to Create 2,400 Affordable Homes, Medical Clinic, Retail in East New York
"This truly transformative investment will put us on the path toward mending the societal cracks in the system to ensure all New Yorkers have a chance to prosper," Governor Hochul said.
The 2022 Responsible 100
Congratulations to S:US CEO Dr. Petit and VP of Day Services for People with intellectual/developmental disabilities Ms. Gonzalez! They were recognized among New York's 100 most outstanding corporate ...