Clients

The Foothold Community of Human Service Providers

More than 850 organizations across the country count on AWARDS to document their services. With our service model, every organization benefits from the best practices of every other one.


163rd St. Improvement Council
163rd St. Improvement Council
Housing and human service programs serving special needs, homeless and low income populations
A Chance to Change
A Chance to Change
Serving families with alcohol and drug treatment for more than 30 years
A Safe Haven
A Safe Haven
Helps people overcome the root causes of homelessness so they can achieve self-sufficiency
A-HOME
A-HOME
Creates and maintains stable, affordable, innovative housing opportunities for Westchester’s more vulnerable citizens
Abilities of Northwest Jersey, Inc
Abilities of Northwest Jersey, Inc
Improves the employability and quality of life for people with disabilities by providing training and individualized services
Acadia, Inc.
Acadia, Inc.
Assists individuals with neurological impairments in dealing with issues of community living
Addicts Rehabilitation Center
Addicts Rehabilitation Center
Provides faith-based professional rehabilitation services to the Harlem area
Advance Housing, Inc.
Advance Housing, Inc.
Expands the range and scope of supportive housing opportunities available to persons with psychiatric disabilities
Advancing Opportunities
Advancing Opportunities
Quality services, supports, education and advocacy to individuals with disabilities and their families
Advocacy & Protective Services
Advocacy & Protective Services
Provides guardianship and protective services to individuals with developmental disabilities
AIM Center for Mental Health
AIM Center for Mental Health
Consumer-driven psychiatric rehabilitation services for the chronically mentally ill
Ali Forney Center
Ali Forney Center
Provides safe shelter for LGBT youth
Alliance Family Services
Alliance Family Services
Offers quality outpatient healthcare services to children, adolescents, and adults.
AMIB, Inc. (Association for the Multiple Impaired Blind)
AMIB, Inc. (Association for the Multiple Impaired Blind)
Offers residential programs for people with multiple disabilities
Anchor House of Brooklyn
Anchor House of Brooklyn
Provides substance abuse residential treatment services
Arc of Bergen & Passaic Counties
Arc of Bergen & Passaic Counties
Dedicated to assisting individuals with developmental disabilities and their families
Arc of Camden County
Arc of Camden County
Provides quality, individualized services to people with disabilities that promote growth and independence in the pursuit of life goals
Arc of Essex County
Arc of Essex County
Provides support, hope, representation, and information to people with intellectual and developmental disabilities
Argus Community
Argus Community
Programs to help teens and adults free themselves from poverty and drug abuse and build new lives
Association for Rehabilitative Case Management and Housing
Association for Rehabilitative Case Management and Housing
Seeks to prevent the cycle of repeated hospitalizations and homelessness for adults with mental illness
Association to Benefit Children (ABC)
Association to Benefit Children (ABC)
Provides integrated services to children and families designed to break the cycles of abuse, neglect, sickness, and homlessness
Aurora Family Service
Aurora Family Service
Offers a range of mental health services, comprehensive services for the elderly and their families, parenting education and support
Bailey House
Bailey House
Provides comprehensive housing and support services to homeless men, women, and children living with HIV/AIDS in New York City
Baltic St. MH Board
Baltic St. MH Board
A peer-run organization that helps people in recovery from mental illness obtain jobs, housing, education, and social supports
Banana Kelly
Banana Kelly
Owned and governed by local residents, Banana Kelly builds community through jobs, training, and affordable housing
Bergen County Division of Family Guidance
Bergen County Division of Family Guidance
Provides clinical, residential, educational, correctional, case management and monitoring services to at-risk children, adolescents, and families
Bill Wilson Center
Bill Wilson Center
Serves 10K+ clients yearly through programs that focus on housing, education, counseling, and advocacy
Black Veterans for Social Justice
Black Veterans for Social Justice
Services men and women veterans, their families, and members of the community
Bowery Residents Committee
Bowery Residents Committee
Provides housing and programs for health, mental health, and addiction treatment to NYC's neediest individuals
Bronx Addiction Services ICS
Bronx Addiction Services ICS
Provides care, treatment, transitional housing, and employment to people affected by mental illness and substance abuse
BronxWorks
BronxWorks
Helps individuals and families improve their economic and social well-being through nutrition, shelter, education and support
Brooklyn Community Housing and Services
Brooklyn Community Housing and Services
Offers safe and clean supportive housing for approximately 800 formerly homeless women, children, and men
Brooklyn Community Services
Brooklyn Community Services
Array of services includes child and family programs, transitional housing, and services for the developmentally disabled
Broward Partnership for the Homeless
Broward Partnership for the Homeless
Committed to reducing homelessness by promoting independence and self worth through advocacy, housing and comprehensive services.
Camelot Counseling of Staten Island
Camelot Counseling of Staten Island
Offers counseling to adults, adolescents, children, and families affected by substance use and abuse
CASES
CASES
By addressing factors that underlie criminal behavior, CASES helps young and adult offenders re-integrate into society
Catholic Charities Archdiocese of NY
Catholic Charities Archdiocese of NY
Assists the poor and vulnerable through an extensive federation of 100+ human service agencies and programs
Catholic Charities Brooklyn and Queens
Catholic Charities Brooklyn and Queens
Develops caring communities through humane social services
Catholic Charities Diocese of Allentown
Catholic Charities Diocese of Allentown
Offers services to meet the needs of people in the community who need support, care, and compassion
Catholic Charities Diocese of Monterey
Catholic Charities Diocese of Monterey
A faith-based non-profit social service agency providing aid to individuals and families
Catholic Charities Diocese of Wilmington
Catholic Charities Diocese of Wilmington
Known throughout Delaware and Maryland's Eastern Shore for its professionalism, its dedication, and, most of all, its loving care
Catholic Charities Housing Office
Catholic Charities Housing Office
Provides the environment and support services designed to help those in need to help themselves
Catholic Charities of Rochester
Catholic Charities of Rochester
Provides compassionate assistance to people in need without regard to religious, racial, ethnic, or economic background
Catholic Charities of Santa Clara County
Catholic Charities of Santa Clara County
Helps people of all cultures and beliefs rise up out of poverty and overcome the barriers to self-sufficiency
Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Pittsburgh
Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Pittsburgh
Provides programs and services to the people of Pittsburgh in their greatest times of need
Catholic Charities of West Michigan
Catholic Charities of West Michigan
Results-oriented programs and services for Community Outreach, Behavioral Health, Child Welfare, and Family Preservation
Catholic Charities of West Tennessee
Catholic Charities of West Tennessee
Provides help to those facing chronic poverty through intervention, counseling, and case management
Catholic Charities Paterson - Department for Persons with Disabilitites
Catholic Charities Paterson - Department for Persons with Disabilitites
Residential, vocational, spiritual, and social services to adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities
Catholic Social Services
Catholic Social Services
Operates nine programs including emergency shelters, supportive housing, and services for individuals with disabilities, among others
Center for Behavioral Health Services
Center for Behavioral Health Services
Provides housing and employment services
Center for Family Services
Center for Family Services
Offers 50+ programs across southern New Jersey focused on prevention, intervention, and education
Center for Humanistic Change of NJ
Center for Humanistic Change of NJ
Provides services to adults with developmental disabilities in Sussex, Warren, Morris, and Passaic Counties in Northern New Jersey
Chamberlain's Mental Health Services
Chamberlain's Mental Health Services
Provides treatments for behavioral dysfunctions and psychological distress in children and families
Collaborative Support Programs of NJ
Collaborative Support Programs of NJ
Individualized, flexible, community-based services that promote responsibility, recovery and wellness
Committee on Temporary Shelter - COTS
Committee on Temporary Shelter - COTS
Provides emergency shelter, services, and housing for people who are homeless or marginally housed in Vermont
Common Ground
Common Ground
Offers a comprehensive support system of housing, medical and mental health care, employment and social services
Community Access
Community Access
Provides housing, support services, and employment programs for 1,500+ people annually
Community Action for Human Services
Community Action for Human Services
Residential and day habilitation programs serving individuals with special needs
Community Bridges
Community Bridges
Developmental Disability services for those in need and their families, so that people can lead lives filled with meaning and opportunity for contribution
Community Counseling & Mediation
Community Counseling & Mediation
Provides health, mental health, education and supportive housing services to 7500+ children, youth and family members
Community Counseling Center of Southern Nevada
Community Counseling Center of Southern Nevada
Established in 1990 to provide quality substance abuse and mental health treatment
Community Hope, Inc.
Community Hope, Inc.
Offers residential programs for those in recovery from mental illness and addiction
Community Housing Innovations
Community Housing Innovations
Offers housing options and human services to families transitioning from poverty or dependency
Comunilife
Comunilife
Expands access to housing, health, behavioral health, and social services to children, adolescents, adults, and families
Countryside Association for People With Disabilities
Countryside Association for People With Disabilities
Advocates on behalf of persons with disabilities and their families and supports them in their efforts to live and work successfully in their chosen community
Countywide Alcohol and Drug Services (CADS)
Countywide Alcohol and Drug Services (CADS)
Offers detoxification, residential treatment, day treatment, outpatient, a family program, sober living, and free lifetime aftercare
CREATE
CREATE
Empowers individuals through community-based health resources, social services, education, employment and housing services
Damon House
Damon House
Residential substance abuse treatment services specializing in working with ex-offenders
Declarations, Inc.
Declarations, Inc.
Dedicated to the recovery and rehabilitation of individuals with a dual diagnosis of developmental disabilities and mental illness
DePaul
DePaul
Provides services to the elderly and individuals with mental illness, developmental disabilities, chemical addictions, or who are homeless
Dominican Sisters Family Health Service
Dominican Sisters Family Health Service
Provides compassionate, comprehensive and family-focused home care
EAC Network
EAC Network
Provides social services to 45,000+ people each year and offers alternatives to incarceration
East New York Urban Youth Corps
East New York Urban Youth Corps
Empowers youth and community through a comprehensive approach to neighborhood development
Educational Alliance
Educational Alliance
A dynamic network of community and cultural centers with a heartfelt commitment to uplifting people and strengthening families
Edwin Gould Services for Children and Families
Edwin Gould Services for Children and Families
Protects and nurtures the children whose families are unwilling or unable to care for them
El Regreso
El Regreso
Provides substance abuse treatment services to persons with HIV/AIDS, women, men, criminal justice clients, and homeless
Ellis Hospital
Ellis Hospital
Works to meet the health and wellness needs of the community with an array of inpatient and outpatient services
Employment Program for Recovered Alcoholics
Employment Program for Recovered Alcoholics
Serves recovering alcoholics and substance abusers using vocational rehabilitation and employment to help people become stable and successful
Enable
Enable
Provides services, supports, and living arrangements to individuals with developmental disabilities and their families
Everas Community Services
Everas Community Services
Provides services to people who are deaf-blind, deaf or blind, including people with developmental disabilities and communication impairments
Exponents
Exponents
Dedicated to improving the quality of life of individuals affected by drug addiction, incarceration, and HIV/AIDS
Family & Children
Family & Children
On a mission to strengthen families and individuals through personalized behavioral health and social services
Family and Children's Services of Central Maryland
Family and Children's Services of Central Maryland
Provides a community based, holistic approach to the prevention and treatment of child abuse
Family Resource Network
Family Resource Network
A family-focused organization designed to meet the need for community-based programs and services to those with disabilities
Family Support Services of North Idaho
Family Support Services of North Idaho
Provides excellent, affordable mental health support services to individuals and families of North Idaho
FEDCAP
FEDCAP
Serves 2,000+ Americans annually with vocational training, counseling and employment services, support and advocacy programs
Federation of Organizations
Federation of Organizations
Serves people with disabilities and their families through education, mental health counseling, referral services, and legislative action
Fellowship House
Fellowship House
Assist adults with psychiatric disabilities and individuals with co-occurring substance abuse disorders, achieve community integration and self reliance
Fidelity House Human Services
Fidelity House Human Services
Provides information, services, and choices to individuals with disabilities and their families, which help them build a better life for themselves
Finger Lakes Health
Finger Lakes Health
A multi-institutional health system that provides a full range of acute and long term care health services
Fountain House
Fountain House
Provides a community-based, restorative environment for people recovering from major mental illness
Freedom Institute
Freedom Institute
Provides innovative comprehensive recovery programs for individuals and families suffering from the effects of chemical addiction
Gateway Community Services
Gateway Community Services
Provides integrated vocational, therapeutic, residential and business services to people with varying abilities
Geel Community Services
Geel Community Services
Offers case management and housing services that give the homeless and mentally ill a sense of self-worth and independence
Goddard Riverside
Goddard Riverside
Works to meet basic needs--food, shelter, and education--through 27 programs at 21 sites
Good Will-Hinckley
Good Will-Hinckley
Serving 300+ youth yearly, GWH Program offers complete residential, educational, and counseling services
Goodwill Industries of Greater NY & No. NJ
Goodwill Industries of Greater NY & No. NJ
Provides employment programs for people with disabilities
Great Lakes Recovery Centers
Great Lakes Recovery Centers
Helps those suffering from mental health and substance abuse disorders gain back control of their lives
Greenhope Services for Women, Inc.
Greenhope Services for Women, Inc.
A comprehensive residential treatment program for formerly incarcerated women
GROW Associates, Inc.
GROW Associates, Inc.
Designs services that capture and support the needs of those adults with intellectual disabilities
Hamilton-Madison House
Hamilton-Madison House
A settlement house that works to improve the quality of life in its community and beyond
Hands Across Long Island
Hands Across Long Island
Peer services in prisons/jails, community and program settings, and in-patient hospital settings
Harlem United
Harlem United
Sponsors outreach, education, advocacy, transitional housing, medical care and research programs
HELP USA
HELP USA
One of the country’s largest builders and operators of service-enriched transitional and low-income permanent housing
Henry Street Settlement
Henry Street Settlement
Delivers a wide range of social service and arts programming to more than 100,000 New Yorkers each year
Heritage Health & Housing
Heritage Health & Housing
Provides health, housing, social, and support services within each of its operating venues
HOMEE Clinic
HOMEE Clinic
Harmony.Opportunity.Mobility.Education.Equality. For the mentally ill and homeless
Hopewell
Hopewell
A therapeutic farm community for adults with mental illness
Housing + Solutions
Housing + Solutions
Permanent housing for homeless women and families in recovery from substance abuse
Housing and Services
Housing and Services
Housing development and management programs for lower income households and New Yorkers with special needs                           
Housing Options
Housing Options
Offers affordable housing and support to adults recovering from chronic mental illnesses
Hudson Guild
Hudson Guild
Founded in 1895, this community service agency serves over 11,000 individuals from 5 sites each year
Hudson Valley Community Services
Hudson Valley Community Services
Promotes prevention and wellness for all people in order to maximize their quality of life and coordinate care for those living with complex health conditions.
Hudson Valley Mental Health, Inc.
Hudson Valley Mental Health, Inc.
Provides comprehensive and integrated services to meet the mental health needs of the community
Inwood Community Services, Inc.
Inwood Community Services, Inc.
Provides programming for children, adolescents, adults, and families in counseling, literacy, youth services, and prevention
J-CAP
J-CAP
Provides a therapeutic community designed to reach and direct people toward recovery in a supportive residential environment
Jawonio
Jawonio
Provides support and services for individuals with developmental disabilities and special needs
Jericho Project
Jericho Project
Provides supportive housing to homeless families, individuals, and veterans
JESPY House
JESPY House
Provides services for adults with learning and developmental disabilities who demonstrate the ability to live independently and gain competitive employment
Jewish Board of Family and Children’s Services
Jewish Board of Family and Children’s Services
Serves 65,000+ annually through 185 community-based programs, residential facilities, and day-treatment centers
Jewish Service for the Developmentally Disabled of Metrowest (JSDD)
Jewish Service for the Developmentally Disabled of Metrowest (JSDD)
Provides kosher supportive residential services to individuals requiring assistance and support in order to live in the community
Kendall County Health Department
Kendall County Health Department
Services to promote behavioral health, elder well-being, environmental health, physical health, and family self-sufficiency
Keystone Community Resources
Keystone Community Resources
Provides people with developmental disabilities diverse opportunities to lead fulfilling lives
Kidango
Kidango
Serves over 2,500 children with early education, child development, and family services across eleven cities
Lakeview Mental Health Services
Lakeview Mental Health Services
Provides community-based residential and community support programs for people with mental illness, serving 700+ people annually
Leake and Watts
Leake and Watts
A child care agency committed to helping society's most vulnerable and at-risk children and families
Lexington Center for MH
Lexington Center for MH
Comprehensive mental health and case management services for Deaf individuals and their families
Liberation Programs
Liberation Programs
A substance abuse prevention and treatment organization that has served individuals and families for over 35 years
LivItUp
LivItUp
Advancing the independence and productivity of children and adults with various types of disabilities
Loeb House/Joseph's Home, Inc
Loeb House/Joseph's Home, Inc
Provides a decent, safe, permanent, and affordable place to live, with access to mental health
Lower Eastside Service Center
Lower Eastside Service Center
Helps clients to achieve and sustain sobriety, employment, housing, and hope for the future
Lutheran Social Services of New York
Lutheran Social Services of New York
Strengthening lives, families and communities for 125+ years, reaching 25,000 people annually
Mekong Community Center
Mekong Community Center
Provides linguistically and culturally sensitive mental health services to enable mentally disabled South East Asians
Mended Reeds
Mended Reeds
Offering residential care, foster care, mental health, treatment and adoption services
Mental Health Association in Essex County NY
Mental Health Association in Essex County NY
Formed in 1966 to promote mental health and improve the care and treatment of individuals with mental illness
Mental Health Association in Orange County, Inc
Mental Health Association in Orange County, Inc
Aims to improve quality of life of residents impacted by mental illness through direct service, advocacy and education
Mental Health Association of Columbia-Greene County
Mental Health Association of Columbia-Greene County
Provides a range of services, residential programs, and supports to improve mental health
Mental Health Association of Dutchess County
Mental Health Association of Dutchess County
Dedicated to improving mental health through advocacy, education, program development and the delivery of direct services
Mental Health Association of Essex County, NJ
Mental Health Association of Essex County, NJ
Provides advocacy, education, prevention, early intervention, treatment and services to promote mental health
Mental Health Association of Morris County
Mental Health Association of Morris County
Dedicated to improving mental health through advocacy, education, program development and the delivery of direct services
Mental Health Association of Nassau County
Mental Health Association of Nassau County
Dedicated to improving mental health through advocacy, education, program development and the delivery of direct services
Mental Health Association of NYC
Mental Health Association of NYC
Offers advocacy, services, and access to treatment for those who suffer with mental illness
Mental Health Association of Rockland County
Mental Health Association of Rockland County
Providing mental health preventative, supportive, treatment and advocacy services to children and adults since 1951
Mental Wellness Clinic of CDA
Mental Wellness Clinic of CDA
Provides encouragement and support to individuals suffering from mental illness in order to improve their lives and their confidence
Metropolitan Council on Jewish Poverty
Metropolitan Council on Jewish Poverty
Helping 100,000 New Yorkers each year find immediate relief and lasting solutions to poverty
MHA in Ulster County, Inc
MHA in Ulster County, Inc
Focuses community attention on problems related to mental health and initiates needed services for children and families
Midland Adult Services
Midland Adult Services
Provides high quality community housing, job training and placement services to support and enrich the lives of adults with special needs
Mohawk Opportunities, Inc.
Mohawk Opportunities, Inc.
Provides housing and services to those living with mental illness, HIV/AIDS, and those who are homeless
Nazareth Housing
Nazareth Housing
Supportive housing that empowers individuals and families
Neighborhood Coalition for Shelter
Neighborhood Coalition for Shelter
Committed to ending homelessness by providing men and women housing and support to transform their lives
New York Therapeutic Communities
New York Therapeutic Communities
Provides substance abuse treatment and other services to persons in need
NewBridge
NewBridge
Mental health, substance abuse, housing, children's, and senior services and education programs
NewPoint Behavioral Health Care
NewPoint Behavioral Health Care
Offers over sixteen outpatient mental health programs to the residents of Gloucester County.
Northeast Career Planning
Northeast Career Planning
Employment and training programs to help individuals achieve self-sufficiency
NYC Housing Preservation & Development
NYC Housing Preservation & Development
The largest municipal developer of affordable housing in the nation
Odyssey House
Odyssey House
Family-focused residential and outpatient treatment for substance abuse and mental health
Options for Community Living
Options for Community Living
Provides housing and support services to families and individuals faced with medical conditions or mental illness
PAFACOM
PAFACOM
Supports people with developmental disabilities to live their lives as independently as they are able
Palladia
Palladia
Serves individuals and families faced with substance abuse, homelessness, HIV disease, mental illness, and criminality
Park Center
Park Center
Offers a wide range of housing, educational, employment, and support programs to people with mental illness
Pathways to Housing
Pathways to Housing
Offers housing and support to homeless people who have psychiatric disabilities and substance use disorders
Pathways, Inc.
Pathways, Inc.
Provides specialized programs and services in developmental disabilities, mental health, family support, traumatic brain injury, and child care
Pibly Residential Programs
Pibly Residential Programs
Operates community-based residential programs which provide rehabilitation and support to adults suffering from emotional difficulties
Postgraduate Center for Mental Health
Postgraduate Center for Mental Health
Mental health treatment, housing, job training, and placement services provided to 1,500 people each month
Pratt Area Community Council
Pratt Area Community Council
Developing and preserving affordable housing, protecting tenant rights, and helping community residents become homeowners
Praxis Housing Initiatives
Praxis Housing Initiatives
Provides transitional housing and support to homeless people with serious disabilities and illnesses
Project Hospitality
Project Hospitality
Reaches out to community members who are hungry, homeless or otherwise in need in order to work with them to achieve self-sufficiency
Project Live, Inc.
Project Live, Inc.
Provides a wide range of residential, rehabilitation, support, vocational, and social services to mental health consumers in Essex County, New Jersey
Project REAL
Project REAL
Assists individuals who are challenged with a mental disability by offering services they never had before
Project Renewal
Project Renewal
Serves men and women who, in addition to being homeless, cope with mental illness and/or addiction to drugs or alcohol
Project Transition
Project Transition
For over 28 years, PT has promoted sustainable recovery to adults with persistent psychiatric problems
Rehabilitation Support Services
Rehabilitation Support Services
Empowers individuals with a history of disability or disadvantage by providing services and opportunities for meaningful growth
Rockland Hospital Guild
Rockland Hospital Guild
Provides housing and support services for persons with a mental illness
Safe Horizon
Safe Horizon
Offers assistance to victims through 57 program locations, including shelter, in-person counseling, legal services, and more
Safe Space
Safe Space
Works with the city’s most at-risk youth and families to build and maintain strong families and promote self-sufficiency
Samaritan Village
Samaritan Village
Provides homeless and treatment services to help addicted men and women take responsibility for their recovery
SCARC
SCARC
Dedicated to the empowerment and support of persons with developmental disabilities and their families
Service Program for Older People
Service Program for Older People
Offers a wide range of personalized mental healthcare services, educational resources, and professional counseling
Services for the Underserved
Services for the Underserved
Devoted to providing housing and supportive services to underserved individuals
Sky Light Center
Sky Light Center
A clubhouse established in 1988 offering rehab services and support to individuals recovering from psychiatric disabilities
So. Bronx Overall Economic Development
So. Bronx Overall Economic Development
Strengthens businesses and creates innovative economic, housing, educational and career development programs for youth and adults
South Shore Association for Independent Living
South Shore Association for Independent Living
Provides psychiatric rehabilitation, housing and employment opportunities to adults and families suffering with serious mental illness
Southern Tier Environments for Living, Inc.
Southern Tier Environments for Living, Inc.
Provides rehabilitative and support services to people with psychiatric disabilities
Spectrum for Living
Spectrum for Living
Helps adults with developmental disabilities attain their maximum potential by providing housing and clinical services
St. Catherine's Center for Children
St. Catherine
Provides comprehensive human services designed to foster growth and improve the lives of children and families
St. Dominic's Home
St. Dominic
Serves individuals and families of all backgrounds who are developmentally disabled, socially disadvantaged and/or vocationally challenged
The Bridge
The Bridge
Proving every day that people with mental illness, substance abuse, HIV/AIDS, and the homeless can live productive lives
The Bridge NJ
The Bridge NJ
Helping since 1971 to strengthen families through counseling and treatment
Town of Babylon
Town of Babylon
Providing quality services and facilities to the community's residents
Transitional Services for New York
Transitional Services for New York
Provides a continuum of services to the mentally ill to facilitate their transition to increased independence
Ujima Adult and Family Services
Ujima Adult and Family Services
Afro-centric services targeting African American families and youth at risk
Unique People Services
Unique People Services
Residential programs serving children and adults with HIV/AIDS, mental illness, mental retardation, and/or developmental disabilities
United Bronx Parents
United Bronx Parents
A multi-program organization providing a range of concrete social services and treatment programs to low-income people
United Helpers
United Helpers
Serves thousands of seniors, developmentally disabled and mentally ill people through independent retirement communities and complete long-term care
Unity Care
Unity Care
A youth and family development agency providing educational and social programs to enrich the lives of at-risk youth
Unity House
Unity House
Housing and services for people in recovery, coping with a mental illness, and/or diagnosed with a developmental disability
Unity House of Troy
Unity House of Troy
Providing crisis intervention, advocacy, skills, information, resources, and support towards productive and healthy lives.
Urban Pathways
Urban Pathways
A pioneering Continuum of Care serving 7500+ mentally ill and chemically addicted homeless individuals each year
Venture House
Venture House
A Clubhouse program providing activities and support to men and women aged 18 and over with serious mental illness
VIDA Family Services
VIDA Family Services
Addresses the need of a bilingual community for treatment and prevention of chemical abuse and dependence
VIP Community Svcs
VIP Community Svcs
Founded in 1974, VIP develops housing and programs that benefit 3000+ people each year
Visiting Nurse Service of New York
Visiting Nurse Service of New York
Offers home health care services, including medical nursing services, management of chronic conditions, and care to meet the needs of every generation
Volunteers of America Greater NY
Volunteers of America Greater NY
Owns and operates several nursing facilities and assisted and independent living residences
Warren & Washington Association for Mental Health
Warren & Washington Association for Mental Health
Provides mental and behavioral health services to assist children, adults, and families in developing stability
West Side Federation for Senior and Supportive Housing
West Side Federation for Senior and Supportive Housing
One of the largest providers of affordable and supportive housing in New York state, with over 1,600 units
Women In Need
Women In Need
From multiple sites, WIN offers housing, employment training and placement; alcohol and substance abuse, and child and family
YMCA Chicago
YMCA Chicago
With 43 Centers and 100+ extension sites, this is the fourth largest non-profit in Chicago
YMCA of Greater NY
YMCA of Greater NY
Serves 350,000 people yearly through 19 branches as one of the largest human service organizations in the nation

Homeless Management Information System (HMIS) Clients

Mississippi

Mississippi United To End HomelessnessMississippi — The Mississippi United To End Homelessness  MISSISSIPPI -- The Mississippi United to End Homelessness Continuum of Care (MUTEH), also known as Balance of State (BOS), is a multidisciplinary non-profit organization with membership from agencies representing 71 of 82 counties in Mississippis Balance of State Continuum of Care. MUTEH was officially formed in 1991 to develop strategies to coordinate homeless assistance programs in the Mississippi counties not represented by other Continua. Member agencies provide a variety of referral and homeless services to homeless individuals and families throughout the state. Services include emergency shelters, transitional or permanent housing, education or vocational rehabilitation, and a variety of basic subsistence supplies and services.


Open Doors Homeless Coalition Mississippi — The Open Doors Homeless Coalition   is a coalition raising awareness by building bridges within the community and acting as a unified force dedicated to reducing and preventing homelessness.


Partners to End HomelessnessMississippi — The Partners to End Homelessness  PTEH is made up of service organizations in central Mississippi that provide direct, indirect or supportive services to homeless individuals and those at risk of becoming homeless, persons who advocate on behalf of the homeless and other individuals, groups, and organizations concerned with the welfare and needs of the homeless and those at risk of becoming homeless.


New Jersey

Bergen County Department of Human Services - HMISNew Jersey — The Bergen County Department of Human Services - HMIS  NEW JERSEY -- The Bergen County Department Of Human Services is charged with the responsibilities of: assessing the human services needs of the countys most vulnerable residents, managing resources to meet the needs, coordinating a system for service delivery, and ensuring access to quality services.


HMIS-NJ Statewide HMIS Collaborative HMFANew Jersey — The HMIS-NJ Statewide HMIS Collaborative HMFA  Collaborative of 3 NJ state agencies and 17 county governments, includes more than 200 homeless service providers


New York

CARESNew York — The CARES  NEW YORK -- CARES is currently working in collaboration with homeless service programs in Albany, Rensselaer, Schenectady, Saratoga, Columbia, Greene, Points North Counties to develop a region-wide Homeless Management Information System. This data system will provide an unduplicated count of homeless persons, a demographic profile, and the cause of their homelessness. Information gathered through this system will provide valuable information about the nature and scope of homelessness in the Capital Region.


Catholic Charities Diocese of RochesterNew York — The Catholic Charities Diocese of Rochester  Provides compassionate assistance to people in need without regard to religious, racial, ethnic, or economic background


Long Island Coalition for the Homeless - HMISNew York — The Long Island Coalition for the Homeless - HMIS  NEW YORK -- The Long Island Coalition for the Homeless (LICH) is a not for profit organization whose mission is to reduce homelessness on Long Island. LICH was founded in 1988 as an advocacy and information/referral organization to help homeless individuals and families throughout Long Island. Since that time, LICH has grown to include over 125 member agencies and organizations, as well as approximately 100 individual members.


Office of Community Development (Rockland County)New York — The Office of Community Development (Rockland County)  NEW YORK -- The mission of the Office of Community Development is to serve the people of Rockland County by obtaining federal and state grants to provide affordable housing and improve the quality of life to low and moderate income residents in Rockland in an ethical, courteous, timely and cost-effective manner. Rockland County is using AWARDS HMIS to assist a coalition of agencies in tracking homeless people in the county.


Supportive Housing Network of NY (SHNNY)New York — The Supportive Housing Network of NY (SHNNY)  Represents 150+ organizations that develop and operate supportive housing across the state of NY


New York, NY

NYC Department of Homeless ServicesNew York, NY — The NYC Department of Homeless Services  DHS prevents homelessness wherever possible and provides short-term emergency shelter and re-housing support whenever needed.


Ponce, Puerto Rico

Conexion BoricuaPonce, Puerto Rico — The Conexion Boricua  is composed of five coalitions around the island that work to serve the homeless and at risk members of Puerto Rico.