Resources + Groups

Community Resource Library

Our community-sourced, volunteer-curated library is a growing collection of the many resources available to New Yorkers. Mutual Aid NYC is committed to building a comprehensive list of high-quality resources—check back frequently, as new resources are added every day!

If you can’t find what you need, search the map and borough-specific lists in the Groups Directory below to find groups that can help.

Additional Resource Libraries
Childcare
  • Childcare for Babies and Toddlers

    Provided by New York City Department of Education

    Service

    EarlyLearn NYC is free or low-cost child care and education for children six weeks to four years old.


  • Diaper Assistance Program

    Provided by The HopeLine

    Service

    Call 718-402-1212 Mondays starting at 9:30am for free diapers. The Diaper Center is temporarily open to residents of all five boroughs, although Bronx residents will be given priority. Distribution is in the Bronx by appointment only. You must be the parent/legal guardian, have a child 2 years or younger, receive WIC and/or food stamps, and have proof of address and a birth certificate for the child/ren.


  • Exchange childcare with people you trust

    Provided by Carefully

    Service

    Carefully is a free playdate and childcare exchange platform to build a network of parents you know and trust to share care, redefining the traditional ‘care circle’ model for the digital age (available on iOS, Android coming soon). We’re connecting parents with their friends, families, and communities to create a safe and free option for childcare that’s fun for the kids.


  • Resources for Parents — Caregiving Programs and Tips, Navigating Human Services

    Provided by New York State Council on Children and Families

    Info, Service

    The NYS Parent Portal provides access to parents ranging from those who are expecting, those seeking ways to build a family, and others looking for parenting tips and ways to further nurture their children’s development. Includes links to childcare programs and social service guidance programs.


  • Home-Based Childcare Program

    Provided by Women’s Housing and Economic Development Corporation (WHEDco)

    Service

    WHEDco’s Home-Based Childcare Program works with families to help them explore options, determine their eligibility for childcare subsidies, and provide orientation on how to select the right caregiver for their needs. Also offer support services to licensed, registered, and legally-exempt service providers through the Home-Based Childcare Training Program. Contact WHEDco’s Home-Based Childcare Program (HBCC) at 347-708-7800.


  • BronxWorks Programs for Elementary School Aged Children

    Provided by BronxWorks

    Service

    Access directory of childcare resources including after-school programs, summer camps, and community-center based recreational and education activities for children 5-12 years old operated by BronxWorks.


Delivery/Transport
Education
  • Information and free tutoring for families during COVID-19 school closures

    Provided by School Closures

    Service

    Call or text our toll-free number for help
    +1 855 264 2051
    If you have been impacted by the COVID-19 outbreak and need help, please call or email our free hotline or ask your question below and a representative will get in touch.


  • History @ Home: Online Learning from the New-York Historical Society!

    Provided by New York Historical Society

    Course

    Free online social studies program series for parents, teachers, and students of all grade levels. New-York Historical educators conduct classes in real-time on Zoom, a web-based video conferencing tool that allows students and educators to interact online. Lessons are content-based and inquiry-driven, featuring images and historical documents from our collections. Each grade level session takes place on a particular day of the week and lasts up to an hour. Teacher workshops are conducted weekly.


  • NYPL Free Online Tutoring

    Provided by New York Public Library (NYPL)

    Service

    Get free online homework help from one-on-one tutors, daily from 2–11 PM. Available in English and Spanish, from early elementary through high school grades, in core subject areas. Video content and other resources are also available 24 hours a day.


  • Learn at Home / Activities for Students

    Provided by New York City Department of Education (NYCDOE)

    Info

    5-10 days of educational materials by grade level, complete with: suggested daily study schedules, guides and materials for instructional activities, recommended educational television shows, links to a variety of books, magazines, and websites on a wide range of topics.


  • Circletime: Enrichment Classes from Home (0-8yo)

    Provided by Circletime

    Course

    Circletime aims to relieve some of the burden of parenting – specifically, keeping your kids engaged. Enrichment classes are available for kids and parents that everyone can participate in at home. Such classes as Yoga Adventure, Interactive Storytime, Playing with Colors, etc, can be watched on demand or live. 
    Use code HOMEFUN8 for free access during #QuarantineLife.


  • Free, DIY Creative Tech/STEM projects for students at home

    Provided by Mouse

    Course

    Mouse Open Projects allows students to keep engaging with STEM and computer science in school or at home. We selected several creative tech projects that students can work on at home without an account. Each project has a lesson plan and step by step instructions, so students can work by themselves or with an adult. Most activities require only a device with internet connection and browser-based tools or craft materials. 


  • Free Virtual Tutoring for NYC Public School Students

    Provided by EduMate NYC

    Service

    EduMate NYC provides free virtual tutoring from volunteer college students for K-12 students enrolled in the NYC public school system. Priority will be given to students who are on free and reduced-price meal programs. Our tutoring covers all traditional school subjects, standardized test prep, and the college application process! This is a 100% grassroots operation meant to help fill gaps in students’ digital learning during the COVID-19 pandemic, so we always appreciate support in spreading the word about our services.


  • Dial-A-Teacher Tutoring

    Provided by United Federation of Teachers

    Service

    What: Homework help line for students, run by classroom teachers
    Where: Call (212) 777-3380 or visit website, fill out the form and get a call from a teacher.
    Who: Students in kindergarten through 5th grade
    Hours: Monday through Thursday, 4 to 7 p.m. when school is in session.


  • Free Tutoring for NYC Students during distance learning

    Provided by NYC Youth Education Project

    Service

    Register on our website to be paired with a tutor to meet with your child weekly over Zoom. All our sessions are personalized to your students need and completely free of charge.


  • Workshops and Programming for Youth

    Provided by H.E.A.L.T.H for Youths

    Course, Service

    Organization that assists at-risk youth; combats community deterioration and juvenile delinquency; and improves the quality of education, health care and life-skills training for underserved adolescents and young adults. 


  • Tutoría en línea gratis

    Provided by New York Public Library (NYPL)

    Service

    Obtenga ayuda gratuita en línea para tareas de materias principales con tutores individuales. Este servicio está disponible en inglés y español todos los días de 2 a 11 P.M. EDT para estudiantes de primaria y secundaria. También encontrará videos con más información y otros recursos disponibles 24 horas al día.


  • Clases particulares gratuitos para estudiantes de las escuelas públicas en NYC

    Provided by EduMate NYC

    Service

    EduMate NYC es un equipo de estudiantes universitarios que ofrece clases particulares en línea para estudiantes de las escuelas públicas en NYC.
    Dan prioridad a estudiantes que tienen planes estudiantiles de comidas gratis o a precio reducido.
    Ofrecen tutoría en las materias básicas de la escuela, preparación para exámenes estandarizados y apoyo para el proceso de admisión de la universidad.


  • Writing Workshops for Teens

    Provided by 826nyc

    Course

    A resource and workshop providing group for queer youth.


  • Free Educational Courses, SAT and AP Prep

    Provided by Khan Academy

    Course

    Created by experts, Khan Academy’s library of trusted, standards-aligned practice and lessons covers math K-12 through early college, grammar, science, history, AP®, SAT®, and more. It’s all free for learners and teachers.


  • Civics and English Classes

    Provided by Make the Road New York (MRNY)

    Service

    One-third of adult New Yorkers– over two million people– lack either English proficiency or a high school diploma, but inadequate funding means that just 3% of New Yorkers have access to critical classes. Make the Road New York helps meet this need by providing English, computer, citizenship preparation, and Bridge to Health Careers classes to over 1,300 adults annually and by working in coalition with other providers across the city and state to push for better funding for adult education classes for all New Yorkers.


  • Recursos Educativos Gratis, preparación para el SAT y exámenes de AP

    Provided by Khan Academy

    Course

    Una organización sin fines de lucro con la misión de ofrecer educación gratuita de primer nivel, para cualquier persona en cualquier lugar.


  • Información y tutoría gratuita para familias durante el cierre de escuelas de COVID-19

    Provided by School Closures

    Service

    Para obtener ayuda llame o envíe un mensaje de texto a la línea
    +1 855 264 2051
    Si usted ha sido afectado por la pandemia del Covid-19 y necesita ayuda , porfavor llame a nuestra línea gratuita de atención con sus preguntas y un agente lo contactará


  • Clases de inglés y educación cívica

    Provided by Make the Road New York (MRNY)

    Service

    Un tercio de los adultos neoyorqinos—más de dos millones de personas—carecen del conocimiento del idioma inglés o un diploma de educación secundaria, pero como resultado de una falta de fondos solo el 3% de ellos pueden acceder a las clases necesarias. Make the Road New York responde a esta necesidad ofreciendo clases de inglés, computación, preparación para la ciudadanía, y cursos de Bridge to Health Careers (Puente a Carreras de Salud) a más de 1,300 adultos al año. Aliados con varias instituciones de la ciudad y el estado, luchamos para aumentar los fondos para la educación de todos los adultos en New York.


  • Education Helpline For Education-Related Information in New York City

    Provided by Advocates for Children of New York (AFC)

    Service

    Call (866) 427-6033 Monday through Thursday, 10 am to 4 pm to speak to an education specialist (supporting multiple languages).

    Advocates for Children’s Jill Chaifetz Education Helpline is a resource for information and guidance on all education-related matters in New York City. If your child is struggling in school or experiencing school discrimination of any kind, specialists will assess the problem and provide free assistance, ranging from information you can use to advocate on your own, or assign you an education specialist or attorney to work with you directly.


Eldercare
Exercise and Wellness
  • Dance Classes: Gaga

    Provided by Gaga

    Course

    In order to strengthen our bodies and refresh ourselves during this challenging time, we will begin sharing live-streaming Gaga classes online. As always, we will listen to the body before telling it what to do, connect to our range of sensations, and enjoy a workout. We want to enable our research to continue, even from our living rooms.


  • Freeskewl: Free or Donation Based Online Dance and Somatic Classes

    Provided by freeskewl

    Course

    freeskewl is a virtual platform for public movement classes.

    Sessions include Feldenkrais, Tuning Scores, Afro-Cuban Folklore, Six Viewpoints, Breaking, Contemporary Technique, Body-Mind Centering, contact improvisation, and solo bodywork. freeskewl is an experimental and improvisational effort in reimagining togetherness and presence in our embodied practices during the COVID-19 crisis.

    Classes are free but participants with access to funds are encouraged to donate to instructors directly. You will find class schedules, descriptions, instructor information, and the link to freeskewl ZOOM sessions on Instagram.


  • Dance Church Go – Free Beginner Level Movement Class

    Provided by Dance Church

    Course

    Dance Church is a movement class that offers a fun and inclusive approach to dancing. Designed for people of all shapes and sizes, backgrounds and identities, Dance Church is a communal space for people who want to move their bodies.

    Dance Church Go is a live-streaming version of our in-person classes. The teacher leads this 55-minute experience with a series of movement cues, accompanied by a curated playlist of multi-genre pop music. The format is open, but guided throughout. Classes are $15, with the option to pay on a sliding scale for as low as $1.


  • By-Donation Yoga and Meditation Practice

    Provided by Eddie Stern Yoga

    Course

    Zoom classes by donation for breathing and yoga classes by a very experienced teacher


  • 30+ free fat-positive, joyful movement classes available online

    Provided by Joyn

    Course

    To make joyful movement more accessible to more people during this trying time, Joyn has added more than two dozen classes to its free section. They invite you to connect with your body, breath, and joy through accessible yoga, dance, and meditation classes created with you in mind. Joyn is a fitness app that offers fat-positive, joyful movement for everybody. They offer classes that can be done lying down, seated, or standing and range from 10 to 20 minutes long.


  • National Dance Institute Free Online Classes

    Provided by National Dance Institute

    Course

    Platform of free online classes, where NDI teaching artists lead children in signature NDI choreography, a variety of high-energy dance classes for all ability levels, plus exciting music classes. Classes can be accessed at anytime. (Closed captioning is available.)


  • Free at home activities for people with Parkinson's Disease

    Provided by Dance for Parkinsons

    Service

    Stay in motion despite quarantine. Connect to free live zoom classes, review Dance for Parkinson’s movement archives for free, purchase at home DVD’s. Sign up for classes offered weekly through the dance for Parkinson’s website.
    CONTACT (800) 957-1046


  • By Donation Yoga, Meditation and Buddhist Dharma classes

    Provided by Three Jewels

    Course, Info

    Three Jewels is streaming all of their Yoga, Meditation and Buddhist Dharma classes by donation. Group classes scheduled throughout the day.


Food
Fun and Leisure
Housing
  • Tenants’ Rights Telephone Hotline: 212-979-0611

    Provided by Met Council on Housing

    Info

    Call the Tenants’ Rights Telephone Hotline at 212-979-0611 to ask questions about:
    Getting repairs from negligent landlords, getting adequate heat in the winter months, dealing with the threat of eviction, questions about leases and lease renewals, and legal rent increases for rent-regulated apartments.


  • Can’t pay rent? Use our tool to notify your landlord and connect to rent-cancellation groups

    Provided by NoRent.org

    Service

    NoRent.org is a nonpayment letter-builder for tenants across the U.S. In less than ten minutes you can build and send a free letter to your landlord saying you are unable to pay rent. It is accessible from any device, and connects tenants to their state’s organizing groups who are working together to cancel rent during the COVID-19 pandemic.


  • Workforce Training and Supportive Housing for Homeless Men

    Provided by The Doe Fund

    Service

    Call our intake line at 212-690-6480 for more information.
    Ready, Willing, and Able is a 12-month residential program with paid work—complemented by holistic social services, career training, education, and sobriety support. It is the first and only program that combines paid work with comprehensive services to help men become permanently self-sufficient. 
    If you’re already in the New York City shelter system and would like to join Ready, Willing & Able, talk to your case manager or parole officer about a transfer to a Doe Fund facility. The Ready, Willing & Able program is open to all men able to work and maintain sobriety, ages 18 and up.


  • Crisis Intervention Hotline for Shelter Services

    Provided by Coalition for the Homeless

    Service

    Call the Crisis Intervention Emergency Hotline at 212-776-2177 with questions about accessing shelter or other services, including if you have been denied access to shelter. Leave a detailed message, including your phone number. We will do our best to respond to you as soon as possible. Please note that the Crisis Intervention Program is based in NYC and only able to respond to questions regarding NYC services.


  • Marmion Safe Haven Temporary Shelter

    Provided by The Bridge

    Service

    Call 212-663-3000 to speak to an intake specialist.
    Marmion Safe Haven provides temporary shelter to 41 men with histories of chronic street homelessness whose needs have not been met by the traditional shelter system. The Safe Haven model prioritizes harm reduction and takes a housing-first approach without preconditions like established sobriety or documentation of homelessness. The Safe Haven offers on-site groups and programs and links clients to case management, psychiatric, and other services. 


  • Transitional and permanent supportive Housing for People with Behavioral Health Conditions

    Provided by The Bridge

    Service

    Call 212-663-3000
    Bridge Housing offers three levels of residential services: shelter, transitional housing, and permanent supportive housing. All residential clients receive person-centered rehabilitation, recovery and support services including units that prioritize those reentering the community from correctional facilities, young adults aging out of care, and homeless veterans.

    Programs focus on the needs of homeless and housing insecure single adults who are diagnosed with behavioral health disabilities. We do not have supportive housing programs designed for couples and families. 


  • Street Outreach, Transitional Housing, and Permanent Supportive and Affordable Housing

    Provided by Breaking Ground

    Service

    Offers affordable housing for low-income working professionals and the formerly homeless, some of whom live with HIV/AIDS, mental illness, or physical disabilities.

    Call the Central Intake Hotline at 800-324-7055 to request an application, or fill one out online. Fill out a separate and specific application for each building to which you are applying.


  • Supportive Housing for Low-Income, Elderly, or Disabled New Yorkers

    Provided by Nazareth Housing

    Service

    If you are currently housed or unstably housed, but at risk of becoming homeless, contact Ivan Becker at (646) 713-2671 or ibecker@nazarethhousingnyc.org to schedule a meeting with a Nazareth Housing case manager.

    To qualify for supportive housing, a resident must earn less than 50% of the Area Median Income (approximately $46,950 for a family of three). Each tenant in a supportive housing unit holds a lease and pays approximately 30% of their income in rent.

    Supportive housing includes: long-term affordable housing, one-on-one case management, benefits screening, educational programming, financial coaching, community support.


  • Free Housing Legal Services & Eviction Prevention Program

    Provided by NAICA

    Service

    Call 718-538-3344, Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm.
    Our primary focus is geared towards providing legal eviction prevention services to families and individuals who are working, receiving public assistance, or that meet the low-income eligibility and are at risk of losing their homes.


  • Assistance with Supportive Housing

    Provided by NAICA

    Service

    Call 718-538-3344, Monday-Friday
    Housing advocacy in the areas of evictions, complaints, housing code violations, landlord/tenant and tenant/tenant mediation, and dispossession’s and foreclosures preventions. Also provide legal assistance, advocacy on behalf of the client should they be denied, rejected, and/or terminated for the following: housing application forms of HPD/NYCHA section 8, tenancy forms, NYC FEPS application, OTDA FEPS, SNAP, DRIE, LINK, SCRIE, homeowner’s loan program and rent stabilization forms.


  • Money to help pay for rent or mortgage that you owe

    Provided by NYC Human Resources Administration (HRA)

    Fund

    Emergency grant to help pay for rent or mortgage that you owe. Must provide documentation showing how future rent payments will be made, including a statement from a third party who will help you pay your rent.


  • Help with Moving Expenses

    Provided by NYC Human Resources Administration (HRA)

    Fund

    Assistance for HRA clients related to moving, including help with moving expenses, broker’s fees, and NYCHA security deposits. See Special Grant Document Guide webpage for specific forms.


  • Dinero para ayudar a pagar el alquiler o la hipoteca que adeuda

    Provided by NYC Human Resources Administration (HRA)

    Fund

    Puede solicitar una Subvención Especial para ayudar a pagar el alquiler o la hipoteca que adeuda. Tiene que proporcionar documentación que muestre cómo se harán pagos de alquiler posteriores, incluyendo una declaración de una tercera parte que le ayudará a pagar el alquiler.


  • NYC Housing Connect to Find and Apply for Affordable Housing

    Provided by New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development

    Service

    A website to search for and apply for the lottery of available affordable housing apartments in New York City. Income requirements depend on the area where the apartment is, and can be found on the site. It may take several months for applications to be processed. You may apply to multiple different lotteries at once.


  • From Shelter to Apartment: A Guide to New York City's Department of Homeless Services

    Provided by Center for Urban Pedagogy

    Info

    A foldout poster that breaks down people’s rights in homeless shelters and the different programs available to help them leave shelter and find affordable permanent housing. It also provides resources on other services shelter residents may have access to, like transportation benefits and storage grants, and what to do when your rights have been violated. CUP teamed up with the Safety Net Project of the Urban Justice Center, and design studio 13 milliseconds to create this resource.


  • New York City Tenant Resource Portal and Eviction Prevention Tool

    Provided by New York City Mayor’s Office to Protect Tenants

    Info

    The goal of this portal is to help tenants across the city find the resources they need in one place. This eviction prevention tool was designed by the Mayor’s Office to Protect Tenants (MOPT) and the Mayor’s Public Engagement Unit’s (PEU) Tenant Support Unit (TSU) to help renters navigate public and private resources that can stabilize their housing situation. A tenant seeking help will be taken through a series of questions and directed to the most useful resources based on their responses. MOPT and PEU have included resources from multiple city agencies, Legal Service Providers, and Community Based Organizations.


  • ¿No se puede pagar la renta? Utiliza nuestra herramienta gratis para tomar acción mandando una carta al dueño de tu edificio.

    Provided by NoRent.org

    Service

    NoRent.org es una proveedor de cartas para arrendatarios en los Estados Unidos. En menos de 10 minutos se puede generar y mandar una carta gratuita a tu dueño en la cual se indica que no puedes pagar la renta.
    Conecta arrendatarios con organizaciones de derechos en el estado que trabajan para cancelar la renta durante la pandemia COVID-19.

    NoRent.org is a nonpayment letter-builder for tenants across the U.S. In less than ten minutes you can build and send a free letter to your landlord saying you are unable to pay rent. It is accessible from any device, and connects tenants to their state’s organizing groups who are working together to cancel rent during the COVID-19 pandemic.


  • HOPE's Eviction Defense Info Sheet and Phone Support

    Provided by Housing Organizers for People Empowerment (HOPE)

    Info, Service

    Call 929-373-3728 if you’re in Central or East Brooklyn (East Flatbush, East Crown Heights, Ocean Hill-Brownsville) and you or someone you know is at risk of eviction.


  • NYC Shelter for LGBTQ+ Youth and Young Adults

    Provided by Trinity Place Shelter

    Service

    Call 646-580-7045 or go to 164 West 100th Street,
    New York, New York 10025. Trinity Place Shelter is a safe space for LGBTQ+ peoples who are homeless and are transitioning out of the shelter system to live independently.


  • Safe Homes Project – Domestic Violence Programs

    Provided by Good Shepherd Services

    Service

    24-Hour Hotline 718-499-2151

    Good Shepherd Services’ Safe Homes Project provides an array of free services, which include a hotline, counseling, safety-planning, as well as a 20-bed shelter for survivors and their children. It also provides targeted services for special populations, including Spanish-speakers, youth, and LGBTQ survivors of partner violence.

    All services are offered in both English and Spanish.


  • Homebase: Support for housing stability to avoid shelter entry

    Provided by NYC Human Resources Administration (HRA)

    Service

    Call 311 or visit nyc.gov/homebase to learn more about housing resources provided by the city of New York. Services include eviction prevention, assistance obtaining public benefits, employment search and assistance, financial counseling, relocation resources, and short-term financial assistance. This program is especially intended for individuals at imminent risk of entering the NYC shelter system/experiencing homelessness.

    Homebase is a homelessness prevention network with 26 locations across NYC’s five boroughs. Use the homebase locator to find the location in your borough.


  • El portal de recursos y herramientas para la prevención de desalojos de inquilinos en la ciudad de Nueva York

    Provided by New York City Mayor’s Office to Protect Tenants

    Info, Service

    El objetivo de este portal es ayudar a inquilinos que viven en la ciudad a encontrar los recursos que necesitan en un solo lugar. Esta herramienta de prevención de desalojos fue diseñada por la oficina de alcalde para la protección de inquilinos (MOPT por sus siglas en Inglés) y la Unidad de acercamineto al público del alcalde
    (PEU por sus sigla en ingles) y la Unidad de soporte a Inquilinos (TSU) para ayudar a los inquilinos a encontrar recusos públicos y privados que puedan estabilizar su situación. Un inquilino que busque ayuda será guiado a tomar cuestionarios que puedan dirigir los recursos más apropiados en su dirección basados en sus respuestas. MOPT y PEU han incluido recursos de múltiples agencias de la ciudad, organizaciones que proveen servicios legales y otras organizaciones comunitarias.


  • Ayuda para gastos de mudanza

    Provided by NYC Human Resources Administration (HRA)

    Fund

    Asistencia para clientes de la Administración de Recursos Humanos (HRA pos sus siglas en ingles) para gastos relacionados con mudanza, tarifas de Agentes de Finca Raiz y depósitos requeridos por NYCHA. Diríjase a la página web Special Grant Document Guide para obtener las formas para las aplicaciones pertinentes.


  • Covenant House crisis shelter and resources for youth experiencing homelessness

    Provided by Covenant House NY

    Service

    Any youth 16-21 and their minor child(ren) may go 24/7 to Covenant House NY crisis shelter at 550 10th Ave (enter on 40th St east of 10th Ave). They have beds, clothes, food, showers, laundry, chargers, toiletries, PPE, and holistic services (including a health clinic and COVID-19 tests). No referral and no immigration status restrictions. States they are a LGBTQ safe space.


  • Housing Assistance/Homlessness Prevention – Brooklyn and Staten Island

    Provided by CAMBA

    Service

    CAMBA’s HomeBase assists families and individuals experiencing a housing crisis, offering mediation, budgeting, and legal services. Primarily serves those who are residents in the following districts in Brooklyn: 2, 3, 6-15, 17 or any district in Staten Island. Multiple contacts: (718) 408-5766 ext. 66200 (Brooklyn); (718) 622-7323 ext. 22100 (Brooklyn); (718) 408-5756 ext. 37100 (Brooklyn); (718) 282-6473 ext. 75007 (Staten Island); (718) 226-0496 (Staten Island)


  • Moving Assistance for Medicaid Waiver Program Recipients

    Provided by NY State Department of Health

    Service

    Moving assistance for recipients of the Medicaid Waiver program. This service can be used by people who are not in a nursing home, but are at risk for going into one and want to move to a safer environment that enables them to avoid unwanted nursing home placement.


  • Resources on Evictions and Housing Court

    Provided by Met Council on Housing

    Info

    Contains information on: finding a lawyer, holdover evictions, illegal evictions and lockouts, handling housing court without a lawyer, nonpayment of rent eviction cases, and eviction moratorium FAQs.


  • Information About Housing Rights For City Residents

    Provided by NYC Commission on Human Rights

    Info

    Information from the NYC Commission on Human Rights about what NYC Human Rights law covers in relation to housing discrimination including specific scenarios in which a complaint might be filed.


  • Know Your Rights Resources on Shelters and Housing

    Provided by Coalition for the Homeless

    Info

    Informative guides on the NYC shelter system, disability accommodations, and finding permanent housing.


  • Evictions Protections During COVID: Know Your Rights

    Provided by Right to Counsel NYC Coalition

    Info

    Information about the COVID-19 Emergency Eviction and Foreclosure Act including who the law protects, the types of eviction proceedings it covers, how to delay eviction, and how to access and submit the Hardship Declaration Form.


  • Hardship Declaration Form Tool to Help Prevent Eviction

    Provided by Right to Counsel NYC Coalition, JustFix.nyc, Upstate/Downstate Housing Alliance

    Service

    Access this free tool for New York State tenants to send a hardship declaration form to your landlord and local courts to put your eviction case on hold until the State eviction moratorium expires.

    The tool was built by the Right to Counsel NYC Coalition, Housing Justice for All, and JustFix.nyc.


  • Eviction Prevention Program

    Provided by Coalition for the Homeless

    Info, Fund

    People in danger of being evicted can call the Eviction Prevention Hotline at 212-776-2039 on Wednesday or Friday mornings beginning at 9:30 am. In order to qualify for a one-time payment of $1000 (on average), you must be in court, have a signed court stipulation, and have future ability to pay your ongoing rent.


  • Safe Homes Project (Proyecto de Hogares Seguros) – Programas de Violencia Doméstica

    Provided by Good Shepherd Services

    Service

    Línea Directa de 24 Horas 718-499-2151

    Por 40 años, el Proyecto de Hogares Seguros de Good Shepherd Services se ha comprometido a la eliminación de la violencia doméstica y la violencia entre parejas en la Ciudad de Nueva York. Ofrecemos una variedad de servicios, incluyendo una línea directa, terapia, planeación de seguridad, así como un albergue para los sobrevivientes y sus hijos.

    Además, ofrecemos una amplia gama de servicios como consultas, entrenamiento, y educación para la comunidad y grupos profesionales, luchando para mejorar las leyes y políticas que afectan las víctimas de violencia doméstica. También proveemos servicios dirigidos a sectores especiales de la población incluyendo los hispanohablantes, jóvenes, y sobrevivientes LGBTQ de la violencia entre parejas.

    Todos los servicios son grátis y se los ofrecemos en inglés y español.


  • Rent Relief, Housing Mediation, Legal Assistance, and Benefits Enrollment in the Rockaways

    Provided by Jewish Community Council of the Rockaway Peninsula

    Service

    Offering grants for rental arrears, first month’s rent of a new apartment, and moving costs for seniors, beds, utility shut-off and other housing emergency needs. Also aids in housing mediation, benefits enrollment, legal assistance.


  • Cost saving programs and resources for HDFC co-op members

    Provided by UHAB (Urban Homesteading Assistance Board)

    Info, Service

    Call 212 479 3337 to learn more about resources for HDFC co-ops, including free classes, cost savings on fuel and insurance, and more.


  • NYC City Government Housing Resource Portal

    Provided by NYC Housing

    Info

    A collection of New York City Housing resources, searchable and sortable by topic. Resources include information on legal and financial issues, repairs, safety, reporting problems to the city, tenants rights, and more. Compiled as part of the NYC government “Your Home NYC” initiative.


  • Housing Court Hotline

    Provided by Housing Court Answers

    Service

    Call (212) 962-4795 Monday-Friday 9-5 for information about housing court procedures, landlord & tenant rules and regulations, enforcement of housing code violations, and referrals for free legal help and other community organizations.


  • Housing and Homelessness Prevention

    Provided by Queens Community House

    Service

    Tenants can call 718-592-5757 ext. 243 or email jponder@qchnyc.org to get help applying for rent subsidies, negotiating lease renewals, getting apartment repairs, and forming tenant associations. People facing eviction or recently evicted can receive guidance by calling 718-268-1412 ext. 468 or emailing msotomayor@qchnyc.org.


  • Report Housing Discrimination

    Provided by Unlock NYC

    Service

    If you’ve experienced discrimination by a landlord or broker because you have a housing voucher, report it to Unlock NYC and they’ll help hold them accountable.


Internet and Technology
Jobs
Legal
  • Small Claims Court Action Center

    Provided by Hunter NYPIRG

    Service

    Get help with consumer problems and complaints in small claims court, such as the purchase of defective goods, shoddy services, unreturned security deposits, property damage or falling victim to deceptive business practices.
    While the Action Centers don’t provide legal advice or courtroom representation, they can help you resolve consumer problems and boost your chances of success in the small claims courts and with collecting a judgment.


  • Free Mediation Services for Brooklyn and Manhattan

    Provided by New York Peace Institute

    Service

    New York Peace Institute offers free remote mediation for folks in Brooklyn and Manhattan. Also offers conflict coaching, and restorative processes to help you resolve your conflict.


  • Directory of Pro Bono Legal Services

    Provided by Justia

    Info

    Find lawyers and organizations offering legal aid and pro bono services in New York City using Justia’s Lawyer Directory.


  • Legal Advocacy and Legal Services for Low Income NYers In Manhattan, Brooklyn, and the Bronx

    Provided by Mobilization for Justice

    Service

    Free legal assistance to low-income New Yorkers throughout New York City to resolve legal problems in the areas of housing; foreclosure; civil, disability and aging rights; bankruptcy, tax, consumer, employment, government benefits, immigration, and kinship care.


  • Free legal services for immigrant New Yorkers

    Provided by ActionNYC

    Service

    ActionNYC is for every immigrant New Yorker. It offers free, safe immigration legal help in a network of trusted community organizations and schools.
    You must make an appointment to receive services. To make an appointment, call 1-800-354-0365 between 9AM-6PM, Monday – Friday or call 311 and say “ActionNYC”


  • Free COVID-19 Legal Resource Hotline

    Provided by New York Legal Assistance Group – NYLAG

    Service

    New York Legal Assistance Group’s (NYLAG) NY COVID-19 Legal Resource Hotline helps New York City residents impacted by COVID-19 (coronavirus) get answers to their legal questions.
    Those affected can call 929-356-9582 from 7am-1pm Monday-Fridays to leave a message. When leaving a message, please leave your name, best number to call you back, and a description of your issue. We will follow-up within two business days with every best attempt to get back to you on the same day.


  • Servicios legales gratuitos para neoyorquinos inmigrantes

    Provided by ActionNYC

    Service

    ActionNYC es para todos los neoyorquinos inmigrantes. Ofrece ayuda legal de inmigración segura y gratuita en una red de confianza integrada por organizaciones comunitarias y escuelas.
    Debe programar una cita para recibir servicios. Para hacerlo, llame al 1-800-354-0365 de lunes a viernes entre las 9:00 a. m. y las 6:00 p. m. o llame al 311 y diga “ActionNYC”


  • Legal consultations for immigrants

    Provided by Northern Manhattan Coalition for Immigrant Rights

    Service

    Family-based immigration services including one-on-one legal consultations and application assistance on issues such as: adjustment of legal status, filing for citizenship and naturalization and family-based petitions. Email info@nmcir.org or call 212-781-0355 ext. 101.


  • Neighborhood Clinics for Legal Information and Assistance

    Provided by Legal Hand

    Service

    Legal Hand’s trained, non-lawyer volunteers operate out of neighborhood storefront centers, providing free legal information, assistance, and referrals to residents. They provide information such as how to navigate the social services system, help people complete online legal forms, and draft form letters. Legal Hand operates in the Brooklyn neighborhoods of Brownsville and Crown Heights, in Jamaica, Queens, and in the Highbridge and Tremont neighborhoods of the Bronx.


  • Centro de acción de la corte para procesos menores

    Provided by Hunter NYPIRG

    Service

    Obtenga ayuda para sus reclamos en procesos menores de corte tales como la compra de artefactos o productos defectuosos, mala calidad en la prestación de servicios, depositos sin retornar, daño a la propiedad o si ha sido víctima de engaños en negocios.
    Aunque el Centro de Acción no provee ayuda legal o representaciones en corte, ellos le pueden ayudar a resolver problemas relacionados a negocios (compar y venta) que se consideran casos menores de corte al preveerle una guía para juzgar la situación en particular.


  • Legal Assistance with Employment, Immigration, Housing and Benefits and TGNCIQ Rights

    Provided by Make the Road New York (MRNY)

    Service

    Our legal team works in the areas of employment, immigration law, housing and benefits and TGNCIQ rights, helping to tackle crises like an impending eviction or an order of deportation. Thanks to the trust we build with community members, we are often able to avert crises before they spiral out of control and ensure that all members of a family get services they need to thrive over the long term.


  • Soporte y ayuda Legal para new yorkers de bajos recursos en Manhattan

    Provided by Mobilization for Justice

    Service

    Ayuda legal sin costo para Newyorkers de bajos recursos en la ciudad de New York. Ayuda legal para resolver problemas en las areas de Vivienda, juicio hipotecario, faltas civiles, discapacidad y derechos para la tercera edad; bancarrota, impuestos, consumidores, empleo, beneficios proporcionados por el govierno, immigración, y cuidado legal de menores.


  • Financial guidance, legal counsel, and more resources for small businesses

    Provided by NYC Small Business Resource Network

    Service

    Small Business Support Specialists offer technology, real estate, legal and accounting services, procurement opportunities, marketing, sources of loans and grants, and more.


  • Parents' Legal Rights and Information

    Provided by Rise

    Info

    This webpage provides links to information for parents related to your legal rights and child welfare and how to get support.


  • Legal Assistance for Survivors of Sexual Assault

    Provided by New York City Alliance Against Sexual Assault

    Service

    Call 212-229-0345 x326 for legal consultation for survivors of sexual assault. Areas include criminal legal advocacy, immigration applications, family law, housing issues, victim compensation, and non-consensual pornography. Annual income cannot be more than 400% of the federal poverty guidelines.


  • Help with Eviction Prevention and Other Issues at POTS Legal Clinic

    Provided by POTS (Part of the Solution)

    Service

    Speak with an attorney or legal advocate if you are behind on your rent or otherwise in danger of eviction, or for help accessing public benefits. POTS can also offer brief advice and referrals on other legal issues. Call 718-220-4892, ext. 101 and leave a message or send an email to legalclinc@potsbronx.org.


  • Hotline and Legal Services for Immigrants

    Provided by MinKwon Center for Community Action

    Service, Info

    Call the MinKwon Center at 718-460-5600 for help with benefits enrollment, setting up vaccination appointments, immigration services, food, medicine, and rental assistance.


  • Legal Support Services for LGBTQIA, Polyamorous, and Underserved Families

    Provided by Chosen Family Law Center

    Service

    Call (732) 639-1657 to speak to someone about legal support services, including: same-sex parents with adoption & assisted reproductive technology, polyamorous & multi-parent families, and platonic co-parenting


  • Name and Gender Marker Changes and other Legal Services for Trans and GNC People

    Provided by Chosen Family Law Center

    Service

    Fill out the intake form to access assistance for low income residents of NY and NJ who qualify to help complete with paperwork including: T/GNC Name and Gender Marker Changes, Healthcare Proxy and HIPAA, Medical Advance Directive and Living Will, Mental Health Crisis Directive, Hospital Visitation Authorization, and Power of Attorney.

    All clients must be below 250% of the federal poverty line and self-identified member of the LGBTQIA+ or polyamorous community, and be residents of all of New Jersey and the following NY Counties: All 5 boroughs of NYC, Westchester County, Putnam County, Dutchess County, and Ulster County.


  • Legal Services for LGBTQIA Asylees

    Provided by Chosen Family Law Center

    Service

    Call 732-639-1657 or fill out the intake form on the website. The Asylee Assistance Project supports LGBTQIA clients who are fleeing state-sanctioned violence and oppression in other countries and have already been granted asylum, but need assistance with the extensive Adjustment of Status paperwork in order to obtain a Green Card.


Medical
  • Coronavirus Hotline for New York State: 1-888-364-3065

    Provided by New York State Department of Health

    Info

    Call the Novel Coronavirus Hotline 24/7 at 1-888-364-3065 for information about NYS protocols, vaccination, and testing.


  • COVID-19 Vaccine Finder from NYC Department of Health

    Provided by NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene

    Info

    A site to find your nearest COVID-19 vaccination location in NYC. Includes NYC hubs, NY State-sponsored sites, Health + Hospitals sites, and private providers. Also provides information to schedule vaccination appointments, find walk-in sites, and includes links to information about eligibility and required documentation in the FAQs.

    Vaccines are free, do not require health insurance, and do not require a social security number. To receive a vaccination you can either make an appointment ahead of time, or locate a location that takes walk-ins as listed on this site. All city-run sites are now available for walk-ins.


  • NYC COVID-19 Vaccine Finder Tool

    Provided by NYC Vaccine List

    Info

    A website that aggregates available vaccine appointments and walk-up locations in NYC.


  • At-Home Vaccination for NYC Residents

    Provided by NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene

    Service

    New York City is offering in-home COVID-19 vaccinations to any City resident who requests one. Any New Yorker requesting in-home vaccination will now have the option to request their vaccine brand preference (Pfizer, Moderna, or Johnson & Johnson). Fill out the form to request a vaccination, and a city employee will contact you with details.


  • Find a Health Center Tool

    Provided by US Department of Health and Human Services

    Info

    Find a Health Center to receive primary health care services at your local health center at a reduced cost or free of charge depending on your economic status.


  • Free online COVID-19 screening from NYS Dept. of Health

    Provided by NY State Department of Health

    Service

    If you are concerned about COVID-19 and would like to take an online assessment, use this link!


  • Supportive Network for Caregivers for People with Special Healthcare Needs

    Provided by Parent to Parent New York State

    Info, Course, Service

    Parent to Parent of New York State builds a supportive network of families to reduce isolation and empower those who care for people with developmental disabilities or special healthcare needs to navigate and influence service systems and make informed decisions. 
    Call 1-800-405-8818 if you are working with a parent of a child with disabilities or special health care needs looking for information about support groups and available resources.


  • Trans Needle Exchange

    Provided by Trans Needle Exchange

    Service

    Trans Needle Exchange is a non-profit mail-based service providing free HRT needle supplies for trans folk who cannot access or afford their own.


  • Comprehensive Care Management for Chronic Illnesses

    Provided by The Bridge

    Service

    Contact at 212-663-6000.
    Our comprehensive care management program is designed to help people manage their physical and behavioral health care and lead healthier, more satisfying lives. 
    The Bridge offers comprehensive care management services for individuals covered by Medicaid and living with: a) two or more chronic medical conditions; b) HIV/AIDS; or c) a diagnosis of serious mental illness. 


  • Access to free diabetes supplies/insulin

    Service

    Email alliemarotta@gmail.com or tweet using #insulin4all to speak to someone about receiving free insulin and other diabetes supplies. Supplies are donated from people within the diabetes community.


  • Naloxone Access in NYC

    Provided by NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene

    Info, Info + Directory

    Use this guide to find information for accessing free naloxone in NYC, as well as getting naloxone from a pharmacy.


  • Virtual 12-Step Recovery Meetings

    Provided by In the Rooms

    Info

    Online meetings offering a 12-Step recovery approach. Create an account with an email address to access live virtual meetings for both support and socialization. Meetings include Alcoholics Anonymous, Al-Anon, Narcotics Anonymous, Overeaters Anonymous, and Coronavirus Support groups.


  • Adolescent Health Center and Counseling

    Provided by The Door

    Service

    The Door offers a variety of services in health, mental health, legal, education, arts, housing, and more for disconnected young people ages 12 through 24. Currently their physical spaces are mostly closed, but many services are available virtually. Services available regardless of immigration status.


  • Directory of Free Clinics

    Provided by Free Clinics

    Info

    This source provides info for clinics in the US that are available for people with a low income or those who don’t have insurance.


  • Herbal First Aid Aftercare for All Who Have Experienced Police Violence

    Provided by Medicine For All Seeking Health and Healing (M.A.S.H.H.)

    Info

    Herbal FirstAid Aftercare for All Who Have Experienced Police Violence. Pamphlet with information with herbal strategies for those who have experienced police violence. Lists healing herbs and their medicinal qualities.


  • Virtual 12-Step meetings for people who use crystal meth

    Provided by New York Crystal Meth Anonymous Intergroup (NYCMA)

    Info

    A calendar of online and in-person (socially distant) meetings and social activities. Call the helpline at 1-855-638-4373.


  • Línea Virtual de apoyo, servicios de salud mental PrEP/ PEP para la comunidad LGBTIA

    Provided by Oasis Center

    Service

    Oasis Latino LGBTS Wellness Center fue fundado en 2015 en Nueva York para proporcionar servicios integrales que apoyan y fomentan la salud de las comunidades latinx.
    Nos encanta trabajar con personas de todos los ámbitos de la vida que comparten el objetivo común de mejorar su vida sexual, mente, cuerpo y alma. Ya sea que esté buscando un lugar para hacerse sus exámenes de rutina de salud sexual, simplemente quiera tomar un café y relajarse en un espacio seguro, o si desea ser parte de una comunidad dinámica y empoderada, Oasis le brinda los recursos para hacerlo. así que en un ambiente amigable y curativo. Obtenga más información sobre nosotros poniéndose en contacto con un miembro de nuestro equipo hoy.


  • Free Healthcare for Ages 10-26, Including Primary Care

    Provided by Mount Sinai Adolescent Health Center

    Service

    Call (212) 423-3000. We care for young people ages 10-26 with compassion and respect. All our services are free and confidential. Fundamental care for all our patients includes free primary care, sexual and reproductive health, mental health, social services, optical, health education and prescriptions. We offer specialized services for LGBTQ young people, teen parents, HIV positive young people, young people dealing with trauma and those struggling with obesity.


  • Pregnancy and Substance Use — Harm Reduction Toolkit

    Provided by Harm Reduction Coalition

    Info

    Information for pregnant and parenting people who use drugs, as well as their support network and service providers, both general tips for healthy pregnancies while using substances and for accessing quality care.


  • Healthcare for the People

    Provided by Healthcare for the People

    Service

    Healthcare for the People provides free medical care to anyone in need regardless of insurance status or documentation. They are currently providing services in two locations on Saturdays from 12-4pm:
    – Prospect Park in Brooklyn on the corner of Ocean Ave and Parkside.
    – St. Mary’s Park in the Bronx on the corner of E 149th & St. Ann’s Ave.


  • Improving Access to Healthcare for Immigrants

    Provided by Make the Road New York (MRNY)

    Service

    Make the Road New York works to guarantee equal rights, access, and improved healthcare for the 2.5 million New Yorkers with limited English proficiency. We provide one-on-one assistance with health insurance and food stamp enrollment, hospital bill negotiation, health system navigation, nutrition education and emergency food services, Community Health Worker training and services, and HIV testing referrals.


  • Low-Cost Primary Heathcare Services

    Provided by Institute for Family Health

    Service

    Medical Resource providing high-quality health care for all ages in Manhattan, the Bronx and the Mid-Hudson Valley. Patient-centered primary health care targeted to the needs of medically underserved communities. Accepts Medicare, Medicaid, and sliding-scale payments for uninsured patients.
    New patients can call (844) 434-2778.


  • COVID-19 Testing Wait Times

    Provided by NYC Health + Hospitals

    Info

    A dashboard that displays estimated wait times for NYC Health + Hospitals COVID-19 testing locations. Updated by site staff every two hours.


  • COVID-19 Testing Sites

    Provided by NYC Health + Hospitals

    Info

    A listing of free walk-in Health + Hospitals COVID-19 testing sites, including mobile, rapid, and self-testing. Organized by borough.


  • COVID-19 Isolation Hotel Program

    Provided by Help Now NYC

    Service

    If you tested positive for COVID-19 or think you might have it, you may qualify to self-isolate in a hotel, free of charge, for up to 14 days if you do not have a safe place to self-isolate. Call 311 or 844-NYC-4NYC (1-844-692-4692) between 9am and 9pm.


  • Health Services for Indigenous New Yorkers

    Provided by New York Indian Council

    Service

    Call 718-215-8417 EXT 312 or email wellnessassistant@newyorkindiancouncil.org to schedule Health services at no charge. Services include Telemental health, COVID-19 related needs, Recovery Support, Prevention, as well as screening & assessment for other available programs.

    Services are provided through Treatment Center partners located throughout the 5 boroughs of New York City.


  • Help with opioid addiction, substance use disorder, or mental illness

    Provided by Start Treatment and Recovery Centers

    Service

    Call START Treatment and Recovery Center (718) 260-2953 if you are looking for a place for help with your opioid addiction, substance use disorder, or mental illness


  • Shelter-Based Clinics for Homeless People

    Provided by Project Renewal

    Service

    The shelter-based clinics located in Third Street, Fort Washington, New Providence, and Williams Avenue serve homeless adults from all over New York City. No one is turned away, regardless of their ability to pay. Services include primary care, diabetes testing, depression and substance abuse screening, HIV testing and viral load suppression, tobacco cessation, and detox treatments.


  • Free & Low-Cost Primary Care, Behavioral Health Services, Dental and Podiatry for the Homeless

    Provided by Care for the Homeless

    Service

    Call (718) 943-1341 24/7 for information. Services are available for women, men, and children.
    You will be treated regardless of your ability to pay.


  • Atención médica para personas sin hogar

    Provided by Project Renewal

    Service

    Las clínicas basadas en refugios para personas sin hogar están ubicadas en Third Street, Fort Washington, New Providence, and Williams Avenue para servir a los adultos sin hogar de todas partes de  New York City. Nuestros médicos ofrecen cuidado humanizado y  no rechazamos a nadie a pesar de su capacidad de pago. Los servicios incluyen atención primaria, exámenes de diabetes, chequeo de depresión y drogadicción, exámenes para la VIH y supresión inmunitaria (cargo viral), programas para dejar de fumar, y tratamientos de desintoxicación.


  • Mejorando el acceso al servicio médico para los inmigrantes

    Provided by Make the Road New York (MRNY)

    Service

    Make the Road New York quiere garantizar la igualdad, acceso, y el mejoramiento del servicio médico para los 2,5 millones de Neoyorquinos con manejo limitado del idioma inglés. Ofrecemos ayuda personal con el registro para el seguro médico y los food stamps, la negociación de las facturas del hospital, la navegación del sistema médico, nutrición, servicios de alimentación de emergencia, entrenamiento y servicios de trabajadores comunitarios de la salud, y derivaciones para pruebas de VIH.


  • Free Health Clinic for Sex Workers

    Provided by Callen-Lorde

    Service

    Sex workers can call 212-271-8134 to schedule an appointment with COIN, a free healthcare program through Callen-Lorde for sex workers in an affirming, supportive environment. The clinic offers primary medical care, sexual health, HIV treatment & prevention, transgender health, GYN care, and more.


  • AfterCare Program for Long COVID

    Provided by NYC Health + Hospitals

    Service

    Take Care’s AfterCare Program connects Test & Trace clients that have ongoing health and social needs to resources and referrals relating to Long COVID, including referrals to primary care doctors, city COVID clinics, and support groups. Provided regardless of one’s ability to pay or immigration status.


  • Low and No Cost Healthcare through NYC Health + Hospitals

    Provided by NYC Health + Hospitals

    Service

    Visit NYCCare.nyc or call 1-646-NYC-CARE (1-646-692-2273) to enroll in the NYC Care program and access low- and no-cost healthcare from NYC Health + Hospitals, regardless of immigration status. Even if you are unable to provide the required documents, you may still be able to enroll. This service is for people who do not qualify for healthcare based on federal guidelines. If you are eligible for another form of healthcare, you will not be eligible for NYC Care. Informational handouts in a variety of languages are available under the Resources tab.


Mental & Behavioral Health
Money
Mutual Aid Organizing
Personal Protective Equipment
Petcare
  • PETNYC COVID-19 Pet Hotline

    Provided by ASPCA

    Info

    Call (877) 204-8821 if you are a NYC pet owner impacted by COVID-19 and need assistance. Pet hotline is open 7 days per week 8AM to 8PM ET.


  • COVID-19 Línea de atención para mascotas

    Provided by ASPCA

    Info

    Llama a (877) 204-8821 si es dueño de mascota en NYC y es afectado por COVID-19 y necesita ayuda. La Línea de atención está abierta 7 días de la semana, entre 8am y 8pm ET.


  • Pet Loss Support Group

    Provided by Animal Medical Center

    Service

    A free support group for those who have lost a pet. Meets twice a month on Zoom on Thursday, starting at 6:15 pm. Space is limited and first-come, first-served. Registration closes at 12 pm on the day of the meeting.


Safety from Violence
  • National Domestic Violence Hotline

    Provided by National Domestic Violence Hotline

    Info

    Free hotline and online chat for victims of domestic violence.


  • Free & Confidential Anti-Violence Hotline

    Provided by Arab American Family Support Center

    Service

    Call 1-800-980-6114 to speak confidentially to a case manager.

    Through our Anti-Violence Program, we work to end partner violence, create equitable relationships, and revolutionize gendered discussions. We partner with the New York City Family Justice Centers to serve survivors of domestic and gender-based violence, dating violence, sexual assault, and trafficking. Our Case Managers are there for survivors of violence during times of crisis, helping them process emotions and build safety plans and providing legal advocacy, court accompaniments, translation services, assistance with Orders of Protection, and referrals for other services, as needed.


  • Counselors for LGBTQ and HIV-affected Survivors of Violence

    Provided by NYC Anti-Violence Project

    Info, Service

    Call 212-714-1141, a 24 hour, bilingual hotline to speak to a counselor if you are LGBTQ survivor of violence. We will support you with counseling, safety planning, and finding resources, including medical care, and take reports on any violence you experience.


  • Free confidential anti-violence chat & hotline in multiple languages

    Provided by Womankind

    Info, Service

    Highly trained helpline advocates can answer general questions about domestic violence, human trafficking, and sexual violence across the lifespan, provide crisis counseling and help develop safety plans, and/or make referrals for ongoing support. Womankind also provides emergency safety shelter.

    Online chat & text available Mon-Fri 10am-6pm (English, Chinese)
    Text Womankind for help in: English 1.929.207.5907, Chinese 1.929.207.5901
    24-Hour Multilingual Helpline: 1.888.888.7702 (English, Spanish and 18+ Asian languages and dialects, including Chinese, Korean, Japanese, Tagalog, Hindi, Urdu, Bengali, and Vietnamese)


  • Línea directa nacional para la violencia doméstica

    Provided by National Domestic Violence Hotline

    Service

    Línea directa gratuita y chat para víctimas de violencia doméstica


  • Hotline and Legal Services for Jewish Victims of Domestic Abuse

    Provided by Shalom Task Force

    Service

    Call 718-337-3700 to speak to someone confidentially to talk about a domestic abuse situation. Shalom Task Force’s Legal Department also provides free, confidential legal services to victim-survivors of domestic and dating abuse, specializing in the Jewish community.


  • Counseling, Legal, and other Resources for People Experiencing Domestic Abuse

    Provided by The Retreat

    Service

    All free & confidential services: 24/7 domestic violence crisis hotline at (631)329-2200, individual and group counseling, legal advocacy, a residential shelter for adults and children, and violence prevention and education programs for children, teenagers and adults, taught in local schools and community-wide.


  • Therapy and Advocacy for Survivors of Sexual Violence

    Provided by Mount Sinai Sexual Assault and Violence Intervention Program

    Service

    Call 212-423-2140. Mount Sinai Sexual Assault and Violence Intervention Program (SAVI) works with survivors who have been through sexual assault and intimate partner violence, they provide therapy support and advocate for the safety of their clients. They are located at East Harlem, the Upper East Side and Queens.


  • Information and Support Related to Teen Domestic Violence

    Provided by Sunshine Behavioral Health

    Info

    Information about domestic violence, teen dating violence, and violence prevention, including links to existing organizations and hotlines to access help.


  • Resources for Survivors of Domestic and Family Violence

    Provided by Erwin Gould Services for Children and Family

    Service

    Call 212-437-3500. STEPS to End Violence (STEPS) is a holistic program of services for victims of gender-based violence with a focus on prevention, intervention, and policy advocacy. We provide comprehensive, trauma-informed case management, crisis counseling, clinical intervention, and services to promote economic self-sufficiency to victims of domestic violence throughout New York City.


  • Live 24 Hour Domestic Violence Hotline

    Provided by Violence Intervention Program (VIP Mujeres)

    Service

    Call 800-664-5880 24/7 to reach Violence Intervention Program (VIP), a Latina-led organization that provides healing, housing, and economic justice to thousands of survivors of domestic and sexual violence in NYC each year.


  • Domestic Violence Hotline

    Provided by Safe Horizon

    Service

    Call 1-800-621-HOPE (4673) for assistance in domestic violence situations, including crisis counseling, safety planning, assistance with finding domestic violence shelters, and information about resources.


  • Sakhi for South Asian Women Helpline

    Provided by Sakhi for South Asian Women

    Service

    Call (212) 868-6741, text (305) 697-2544 (1-305–MY-SAKHI), or email advocate@sakhi.org Monday through Friday, 10am-5pm, for assistance with gender-based violence in the South Asian diaspora.


  • The Asiyah Women's Center

    Provided by The Asiyah Women's Center

    Service

    The first Muslim women & family’s shelter in NYC, The Asiyah Center provides temporary housing for survivors of domestic violence. They also provide legal and immigration services, help navigating public or government assistance, managing medical needs and mental health resources, assisting in securing long-term housing, and finding employment.


  • Free dating abuse and domestic violence services for youth under 24 years old

    Provided by Day One NYC

    Service, Info

    Call 800.214.4150, Text 646.535.DAY1 (3291), Email info@dayoneny.org. for social services, counseling and legal services.


  • Consejeros para la comunidad LGBTQ y perosnas con VIH sobrevivientes de violencia

    Provided by NYC Anti-Violence Project

    Info, Service

    Llame al 212-714-1141 las 24 horas línea de atención bilingue para hablar con un consejero si usted es un sobreviviente de vilencia y pertenece a la comunidad LGBTQ. Le proporcionaremos consejería para una segura planeación y que pueda encontrar recursos de salud, tomando reporte de sus denuncias cuando ha experimentado violencia.


  • Servicio gratuito y cofidencial para casos de violencia, servicio de Chat y hotline en varios idiomas

    Provided by Womankind

    Info, Service

    Agentes altamente entrenados en la linea de atención estan en capacidad de responder preguntas generales sobre Violencia doméstica, tráfico de personas y violencia sexual en personas de cualquier edad. Los agentes también le pueden proveer consejería en momentos de crisis, ayudarle a desarrolar un plan que garantize su seguridad y proveher soporte regularmente. Womankind además puede proveer un lugar para dormir si experimenta una situación de emergencia.
    Servicio en línea de Chat y servicios de mensajes de texto disponible Lunes a Viernes de 10am a 6pm (Ingles y Chino). Para obtener ayuda en Inglés envíe el mensaje de texto 1.929.207.5907, y envíe el mensaje de texto 1.929.207.5901 para obtener ayuda en Chino.
    Servicio de línea de ayuda las 24 houras y en varios idiomas 1.888.888.7702 (en Inglés, español y 18 idimas y dialectos asiáticos, incluyendo: Chino, Coreano, Japones, Tagalog, Hindú, Urdu, Bengali y Vientnamís)


  • Línea de denuncia para casos de Violencia doméstica las 24 horas

    Provided by Violence Intervention Program (VIP Mujeres)

    Service

    Llame al 800-664-5880 24/7 para comunicarse con el Programa de Intervención en contra de la Violencia (VIP por sus siglas en ingles), una organización liderada por latinos que provee tratamiento, techo y justicia económica a miles de sobrevivientes de Violencia Domésticas y Violencia Sexual en NYC cada año.


  • Línea de servicios de denuncia contra casos de Violencia Doméstica

    Provided by Safe Horizon

    Service

    Llame al 1-800-621-HOPE (4673) para obtener asistencia en casos de Vilencia Doméstica, incluye consejería en situaciones de crisis, planeación de una salida segura ante una crisis, asistencia encontrando refujios para personas afectadas por Violencia doméstica e información acerca de otros recursoso disponibles.


  • Crisis Shelter for Women Survivors of Domestic Violence with Disabilities

    Provided by Freedom House

    Service

    Freedom House is a safe, confidential and fully accessible shelter and it offers private living spaces of various sizes to accommodate both singles and larger families. They are also equipped to serve all survivors and their children with disabilities including (but not limited to) wheelchair users, people who are D/deaf or hard of hearing and blind or visually impaired. Call (212) 400-6470 for more information and availability or email info@bflnyc.org


  • Links to Resources for Survivors of Sexual Assault

    Provided by New York City Alliance Against Sexual Assault

    Info, Service

    Offering advocacy, referrals, counseling, legal services, shelter, etc., for survivors of sexual assault. Contact 212.227.3000 24 hours, 365 days a year for confidential crisis counseling, safety planning, assistance with finding shelter and information about resources.


Social Service Guidance (e.g. support filing for unemployment)
  • Free Benefits Counseling for People with Disabilities

    Provided by Center for Independence of the Disabled

    Service

    Call 1-844-862-7930 to reach counselors available 9 am until 5 pm, Monday through Friday. You can also request to be contacted by a counselor by filling out the form at https://www.cidny.org/getnyconnects
    Support includes SNAP, Unemployment Insurance, Social Security, Medicaid, etc. for people with disabilities and older adults; help getting connected with various resources including food, toiletries, mental health, etc. 


  • Healthcare Access for Undocumented People

    Provided by United We Dream

    Info

    This website offers healthcare access for undocumented folks in the time of COVID19


  • Assistance Enrolling in Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)

    Provided by Arab American Family Support Center

    Service

    Call 718-643-8000 to speak to someone about getting help enrolling in SNAP. Available Monday-Friday, 9-5, in English, Arabic, Spanish, and Bangala.


  • Free healthcare access application for people with HIV/AIDS

    Provided by NY State Department of Health

    Service

    The Uninsured Care Programs provide access to free health care (Drugs, Outpatient Primary Care, Home Care, Insurance Premium Payments, and Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis to prevent HIV infection) for New York State residents who are uninsured or underinsured. The Uninsured Care Programs are committed to working closely with providers and individuals to support access to the wide range of options for payment for health care services and medications for persons living with or at risk of acquiring HIV/AIDS.


  • Health Insurance Enrollment Assistance

    Provided by NY State Department of Health

    Info

    Free or inexpensive public health insurance is available for those meeting financial eligibility requirements!
    Call 1-855-355-5777 to enroll directly or call the Medicaid Helpline (800) 541-2831 for assistance.
    Free enrollment assistance through city – call 311 or text CoveredNYC (SeguroNYC en Español) to 877877.
    For assistance enrolling through a local community-based organization: call (888) 614-5400 or email enroll@cssny.org.
    All NYC Health + Hospitals centers will provide healthcare regardless of insurance coverage, and can help with insurance enrollment: call 1-844-NYC-4NYC.


  • Free Consumer Guide on Maintaining Health Insurance Coverage During the Pandemic

    Provided by United Hospital Fund

    Info

    This guide walks through the different options consumers have to maintain employer-based coverage or find new coverage on the NY State of Health Marketplace. Available in English, Spanish, Simplified Chinese, Russian, Bengali, and Haitian Creole.


  • Organizing and Providing Critical Services to Low-Wage Migrant Workers

    Provided by Damayan Migrant Worker Center

    Info, Service, Course

    A Filipino migrant workers cooperative. Helps labor trafficking survivors develop escape plans, secure emergency housing and financial assistance, access social and legal services, find employment, and facilitate family reunifications. Also engages in community and organizing for fair labor standards and labor trafficking.


  • Remote services for immigration questions, or help with citizenship, green card, DACA, or TPS applications

    Provided by CUNY Citizenship Now!

    Service

    Call 646-664-9400 or text 929-334-2784. Check website for hours.


  • Unemployment Insurance Relief Assistance

    Provided by New York State Bar Association

    Service

    Pro bono assistance with filing for unemployment and dealing with denied claims.


  • Ayuda para alivio del seguro de desempleo

    Provided by New York State Bar Association

    Service

    Ayuda para reclamar los beneficios del seguro de desempleo y resolver reclamos denegados.


  • Guía para el consumidor para mantener la cobertura durante la pandemia

    Provided by United Hospital Fund

    Info

    La guía explica las opciones de consumidores para mantener la cobertura de seguro médico basado en el empleo, o para conseguir nueva cobertura en el NY State of Health Marketplace.


  • Access to Benefits Helpline

    Provided by Legal Aid Society

    Service

    Call 888-663-6880 for the Legal Aid Society’s Access to Benefits (A2B) Helpline, Monday through Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Interpreters are available for all languages. A2B staff can assist NYC residents with:
    – HRA public assistance
    – Employment and unemployment benefits matters
    – Issues related to Medicaid/health law
    – Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)
    – Disability and other benefits and issues related to COVID-19


  • Information on SNAP Enrollment, Cash Assistance, and Medicaid

    Provided by NYC Human Resources Administration (HRA)

    Info, Service

    Call the NYC HRA info line at 718-557-1399, or download the “Access HRA” app to learn more about and apply for benefits.


  • Información sobre inscripción en SNAP, ayuda monetaria, y Medicaid

    Provided by NYC Human Resources Administration (HRA)

    Info, Service, Fund

    Llama a la línea de información de NYC HRA al 718-557-1399, o descarda la app “Access HRA” para aprender más y aplicar para beneficios.


  • Línea directa para acceso a beneficios

    Provided by Legal Aid Society

    Service

    Llama al 888-663-6880 para la Línea directa para acceso a beneficios de Legal Aid Society, de lunes a viernes desde 10 am hasta 3 pm. Intérpretes están disponibles para todos los idiomas.
    Los empleados pueden ayudar a Neoyorquinos con:
    -Asistencia pública HRA
    -Beneficios de desempleo y empleo
    -Medicaid y ley de salud
    -SNAP (Programa de Asistencia Nutricional Suplementaria)
    -Discapacidad y otros beneficios y asuntos relacionados con COVID-19


  • Lost Wages Assistance Program FAQs

    Provided by New York State Department of Labor

    Info

    NYS has been approved for participation in the Lost Wages Assistance Program; an additional $300/week for those unemployed due to COVID-19, from August 1-December 27, 2020. See this FAQ document for clarification as to your possible status as an assistance recipient.


  • Catholic Charities Help Line

    Provided by Catholic Charities

    Service

    Call 888-744-7900 to get connected with Catholic Charities’ wide range of services for New Yorkers of all religions, including food pantries, housing resources, and services for immigrants and refugees.


  • Find and contact your New York state senator to connect with state services and agencies.

    Provided by New York State Senate

    Info, Service

    Locate your State Senator by address and contact by form, email, or phone. Senators and staff can assist constituents in many ways, including expediting access to state and local services.


  • Free Counseling and Assistance with Medicare

    Provided by The Medicare Rights Center

    Service, Info

    Call 1-800-333-4114. Through our free national helpline, we answer thousands of questions each year. Trained staff and volunteers help each caller with their particular issue, whether it relates to understanding Medicare benefits, making enrollment decisions, coordinating Medicare with other insurance, appealing denials of care, determining eligibility for Medicare cost-saving programs, or another topic.


  • Free Health Insurance, Healthcare, Medicaid Assistance

    Provided by Community Health Advocates

    Service, Info

    Call (888) 614-5400 or email cha@cssny.org for assistance with understanding how to use your health insurance, resolving medical billing and debt issues, disputing coverage denials and eligibility determinations, getting the most from your coverage (get prior authorizations, access specialists, and out-of-network services when needed), accessing affordable health care services and hospital and prescription financial assistance program


  • Acceso a servicios de salud para personas indocumentadas durante la Pandemia del Covid-19

    Provided by United We Dream

    Info

    Este website provee una lista de servicioa de salud para inmigrantes indocumentados durante la pandemia del Covid-19


  • Asistencia para aplicaciones de Seguro Médico del estado de New York

    Provided by New York State Department of Health

    Info

    Seguro Médico gratuito o de bajo costo para aquellos que califiquen según su situación financiera. LLame al 1-855-355-5777 para inscribirse directamente o llame la línea de ayuda de asistencia de Medicaid (800) 541-2831. Obtenga ayuda gratuita para la diligenciar la aplicación llamando al 311 o enviando el texto: SeguroNYC al 877877.
    Para obtener asistencia si desea aplicar a travez de una organización comunitaria llame al (888) 614-5400 o envíe un correo electrónico a la direción electrónica: enroll@cssny.org.
    Todos los Hospitales y centros de salud en la ciudad de Nueva York le proporcionarán servicios médicos sin importar si está cubierto por un seguro de salud, además le ayudarán con su aplicación para la obtención de seguro de salud. Llame al 1-844-NYC-4NYC.


  • Helping New Yorkers Connect with Social Services and Support

    Provided by CUCS

    Service

    Free and open to the public, CUCS Connects provides individuals and families with coordinated access to life-changing resources, including financial guidance and support, legal services, and assistance applying for health insurance.


  • Family Support Program in the Bronx

    Provided by Women’s Housing and Economic Development Corporation (WHEDco)

    Service

    Call 718-839-1100 to learn more about WHEDco’s Family Support Services or to ask for an appointment. Family support services include public benefits counseling for benefits such as: SNAP, WIC referrals, cash assistance (PA, TANF, SafetyNet), Safelink and Assurance cell phones, social security, health insurance, citizenship and green card applications and renewals (plus fee waiver assistance), housing applications, Senior Rent Increase Exemption (SCRIE), and childcare.


  • Case Management Program for Older New Yorkers

    Provided by R.A.I.N

    Service

    Call 718-239-4358 to access services for older New Yorkers including home-delivered meals, friendly visiting program, case assistance, and a transportation program.


  • Access information about multiple New York State social services

    Provided by New York State

    Info, Service

    MS Navigator allows users access to different services including links to Medicaid help, mental wellness and well-being, youth peer advocacy, family peer advocates, and more!


  • Resources for families of children and young adults with disabilities from 0-26 years of age.

    Provided by IncludeNYC

    Service

    IncludeNYC seeks to support families who have children with disabilities so they can be a vital part of the community for clients ages 0-26 years of age. Services include providing access to education, family advocacy, employment and will assist in gaining independent living status. Call their helpline to gain access to resources.
    Helpline: call: 212-677-4660
    text: 646-693-3175

    Español: llame: 212-677-4668
    texto: 646-693-3175
    whatsapp: 212-858-0795


  • BronxWorks Economic and Social Services and Programs

    Provided by BronxWorks

    Service

    Call the BronxWorks Benefit Access & Assistance hotline at (718) 731-3114.

    BronxWorks helps individuals and families improve their economic and social well-being. They provide a range of programs and services including help obtaining health insurance, foster care prevention, senior housing assistance, minor home repairs, elder abuse assistance, immigrant legal and language services, eviction prevention, and workforce development.


  • SNAP Enrollment Assistance

    Provided by The Hebrew Educational Society

    Info

    Call 347-880-2922 to speak to local Met Council NOEP coordinator to help to determine if you are eligible to apply for SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program).


  • Aplicación para acceso a atención médica gratuita para personas con VIH/ SIDA

    Provided by NY State Department of Health

    Service

    Los programas “Uninsured Care” (Cuidado Sin Seguro) proveen acceso a atención médica gratuita (medicamentos, atención primaria ambulatoria, atención domiciliaria, pago de primas de seguro, y profilaxis posexposición, o PEP por sus siglas en ingles, para prevenir infección por VIH) para los residentes del estado de Nueva York que no tienen seguro o tienen seguro insuficiente. Los Programas “Uninsured Care” se comprometen a trabajar en colaboración con proveedores e individuos para apoyar el acceso a una variedad de opciones de pago para servicios médicos y medicamentos para personas que viven con el VIH / SIDA o en riesgo de contraerlo.


  • Legal, Financial, and Social Service Guidance

    Provided by Restoration Plaza

    Service

    Contact customer service at 718-636-6994 or walk in to schedule an appointment at Restoration Plaza at the Financial Empowerment Center.

    Restoration provides a continuum of services from case managers, license lawyers, financial counselors, and social workers including a free benefit screening, on-site food stamp and Medicaid enrollment, financial and legal counseling, social services referrals, and one-on-one case management.


  • CUCS Benefit Centers

    Provided by CUCS

    Service

    CUCS Benefit Centers provide individuals and families with coordinated access to resources, including benefit enrollment, temporary cash assistance, and legal services. Free and open to the public, with locations in the Bronx, Manhattan, and Brooklyn. Languages: Spanish, Mandarin, Cantonese, Korean.


  • Social Service Support Single Stop Services Center – East New York

    Provided by Good Shepherd Services

    Service

    Single Stop centers provide individuals and families with hands-on assistance in applying for public benefits. The “one-stop shop” program connects people to resources to attain higher education, jobs, and financial stability. Single Stop centers also offer legal counseling, help with financial planning, immigration services and referrals to other community-based organizations, as needed.


  • Social Service Support at Single Stop Services Center – Park Slope

    Provided by Good Shepherd Services

    Service

    Single Stop centers provide individuals and families with hands-on assistance in applying for public benefits. The “one-stop shop” program connects people to resources to attain higher education, jobs, and financial stability. Single Stop centers also offer legal counseling, help with financial planning, immigration services and referrals to other community-based organizations, as needed.


  • Legal, Benefits, and Social Service Counseling

    Provided by Jewish Community House of Bensonhurst

    Service

    Access legal, benefits, and social service counseling by contacting Maryana Netis, Single Stop Center director, 718-331-6800 ext. 127; or Alla Itkina, 718-331-6800 ext. 157

    The JCH Single Stop Center is a free resource with the goal to reduce poverty by giving clients advice to address their specific legal, financial and personal issues.

    Benefits counseling helps clients determine which government programs they qualify for. Social services counseling addresses a wide range of family-support issues, such as domestic violence, mental-health care, homelessness, food, foster-care placement and substance abuse. Legal counseling assists clients with issues including housing evictions, immigration, custody battles, small-business support, foreclosure prevention, consumer law and debt, bankruptcy, employment law and unemployment insurance.


  • Benefits screenings, financial counseling, legal consultation, and other services

    Provided by Goddard Riverside

    Service

    Call 212-234-3481 on weekdays to make an appointment for the Resource Center, which provides benefits screenings, financial counseling, legal consultation, and support services for individuals and families.


  • Health insurance enrollment, legal services, financial services, parenting guidance, and other services

    Provided by Henry Street Settlement

    Service

    Call 212-766-9200 to make an appointment for this neighborhood resource center, located at 269 Henry Street on the Lower East Side. Services include health insurance enrollment, legal services, financial services, and parenting guidance.


  • Benefits Enrollment Counseling and Legal Assistance

    Provided by Child Center of NY

    Info

    Single Stop provides free counseling on entitlements, health insurance, financial guidance, social services, and legal services. On-site health insurance and SNAP (“food stamp”) enrollment available. These services are open to the community for people of all ages, with or without children.


  • COVID-19 Emergency Services

    Provided by NMIC (Northern Manhattan Improvement Corporation)

    Service

    Call 929-415-8970 to get assistance in a number of areas including benefits, immigration, housing, (seasonal) tax preparation, and vaccine appointments. Also host a food pantry with the West Side Campaign Against Hunger.


  • Support for Formerly Incarcerated People

    Provided by The Fortune Society

    Info, Service

    New clients call 212-691-7554 for services including intakes and enrollment, counseling, case management, access to benefits, job readiness training and employment services, education, mental health, treatment services, and food distribution.


  • Healthcare Enrollment Help Hotline

    Provided by Independent Consumer Advocacy Network

    Info

    Call 844-614-8800 for assistance with enrolling in and using managed care plans that cover long term care or behavioral health services.
    Services include one-on-one counseling about health insurance options by phone or live chat on their website.


  • Access to Health Services and Other Benefits

    Provided by South Asian Council for Social Services

    Service

    Call (718) 321-7929 or email sacss@sacssny.org to get help accessing both private and public healthcare coverage, as well as help getting public benefits. This service is open to all including South Asian and other immigrants.


Socializing (e.g. video calls)
  • CareTogether Chat Line for Domestic Workers

    Provided by National Domestic Worker's Alliance

    Service

    National Domestic Workers Alliances has set up a text-based chat to support any and all caregivers and domestic workers: CNAs and Home Care Workers, Home Health Aides, nannies, or house cleaners working in someone’s home, or caregivers providing care to loved ones. Start a chat by text, Facebook Messenger, or live webchat.


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Groups Directory

This map lists groups in NYC and surrounding areas currently providing support to our communities. Groups listed here have not been vetted by Mutual Aid NYC.

If you’d like your group added to the map, please register your group. If you’d like to update information about a group listed on this website, please email partnerships@mutualaid.nyc.

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If you’d like to update information about a group listed on this website, please email partnerships@mutualaid.nyc.