You likely have heard how some residents of the Upper West Side raised a significant amount of money to fund a legal campaign to force homeless New Yorkers out of the Lucern Hotel which the DHS had contracted to house homeless New Yorkers so they wouldn’t be at risk of COVID in congregant shelters https://www.westsiderag.com/2020/10/19/judge-rules-uws-shelter-residents-can-stay-at-the-lucerne […]
At a recent meeting with police officers who patrol 124th Street, a question was asked about what tool they needed the most in their fight against drug dealing and quality of life issues. The unequivocal response from the police officers in the room was security cameras. A camera system for your building or home is […]
Since Robert Rodriguez’s election to New York State Assembly, the number of substance abuse programs in his district #68 has exploded to become larger than any other district in New York City.
Addiction facilities must providing waiting areas indoors to support the clients they serve.
2008 archive documents from Community Board 10.
The Office of Alcohol and Substance Abuse Services (OASAS) recently sent us a letter in response to our concerns about the proposed facility for mental health and substance abuse services.
A comparison of two locations in Harlem where social services such as addiction treatment, homeless shelters, halfway houses, and mental health clinics with schools nearby.
Notes from the CB9 subcommittee meeting regarding the Homeless Shelter plans in Harlem.
We oppose the addiction and psychiatric facility Mount Sinai plans to open on 124th St between Lenox Ave and Adam Clayton Powell Jr Blvd.
Data gathered by the NYC Dept of Health shows that what Harlem needs most are cancer and heart disease-related health facilities. #harlem #eastharlem #fairshare