Nearly a month ago, a women's homeless shelter opened in Brooklyn — and hardly anyone noticed, including many of its neighbors.
Since July 2016, CUCS has been running a street medicine program, offering medical assessments and minimally invasive treatments to homeless people.
Hundreds of homeless New Yorkers will receive an unconventional form of healthcare over the next year: immediate professional medical treatment.
CUCS launched the first street team program aimed at easing the stigma and anxiety homeless individuals face when seeking medical treatment in NYC.
New York Nonprofit Media sat down with CUCS Founder and CEO Tony Hannigan to discuss his organization's genesis, as well as its influential work.
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