Outreach workers build trust and help New Yorkers experiencing homelessness transition to permanent housing - often a slow, bureaucracy-laden process.
Perspective on the solutions the city should explore to help get people off the street and help them get the care they need.
In NYC, men and women shuttle between the streets and area hospitals, failing to find stability in a clear mental-health crisis.
Joe DeGenova, CUCS President, and Eileen Torres, BronxWorks Executive Director, on improving care coordination for NYers experiencing homelessness.
Higher utility bills are compounding unprecedented levels of debt, and consumer advocates say more public funds should be allocated.
The supportive-affordable housing residence will provide 116 homes to low-income and homeless individuals and families.
Announcing the 2018 CUCS Champion Award honorees.
The Center for Urban Community Services (CUCS) is pleased to announce that Alex Rose has been named Chairman of its Board of Directors.
Tackling tragedy with triad of housing, medical and mental health services.
Announcing the 2016 CUCS Champion Awards honorees.