52nd Street Women’s Center
427 W.52nd Street
New York, NY, 10019
52nd Street Women’s Center contains 120-beds that will house mentally ill and medically frail women, as they work toward improving their health and acquiring permanent housing. A wide range of health care and social services will be provided to it’s residents.
Alexander Abraham Residence
341 West 51st Street
The Alexander Abraham Residence provides shelter and support services for homeless women with mental health diagnoses and chemical dependencies who have been referred through the City’s Emergency Assistance Unit. The shelter is run by Women in Need
American Red Cross of Greater New York
520 West 49th Street
The Red Cross operates two Tier II shelters for homeless families referred to them by the City’s Emergency Assistance Unit. One of these, the Emergency Family Shelter, is located in Clinton (515 West 41st Street). It serves primarily single mothers and their children, and provides an array of supportive services.
Bowery Residents’ Committee (BRC)
131 West 25th Street, 12th Floor
New York, NY, 10001
BRC provides services and housing to homeless individuals. Their services and programs include outreaching to the unsheltered homeless, transitional housing or permanent housing, substance abuse treatment, mental and physical health services, and workforce development.
St. Francis Xavier Church
30 West 16th Street
The church operates a 12 bed emergency shelter for homeless men who are referred by John Heuss House, which is a drop-in center run out of Trinity Church downtown. They also operate a soup kitchen on Sundays and a food pantry on the second Saturday of each month. Finally, the church provides life skills education and mentoring to homeless and formerly homeless adults
The Dwelling Place
409 West 40th Street
The Dwelling Place is a soup kitchen and temporary shelter for homeless adult women.
Trinity Presbyterian Church
422 West 57th Street
Trinity operates a homeless shelter at this site in conjunction with Partnership for the Homeless. They also run a food pantry and clothes closet on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons that serves the elderly (predominantly Latino) and women with children. On Saturday nights, elderly clients, many of whom are under-housed and formerly homeless, can come in for a hot meal and socializing.