Last month, residents at our Lenninger and Sydelle housing programs celebrated National Hispanic Heritage Month—a month dedicated to honoring the history, culture, and contributions of Americans with Hispanic backgrounds. For the families at CUCS, this was an opportunity for neighbors to come together, share Latin American food, and learn a little bit more about Hispanic heritage.
Last Thursday, we teamed up with O.A.R.’s Marc Roberge for an incredible night of music to benefit CUCS. We are absolutely floored by the significant impact we were able to make together towards helping New Yorkers rise from poverty, exit homelessness, and be healthy.
In response to the emerging homelessness crisis in Los Angeles, the CUCS Training Institute has partnered with the Public Mental Health Partnership to facilitate training and professional development among teams delivering intensive field-based services to individuals with severe mental illness in Los Angeles County.