Facility Requirements and Policy Regarding Client Waiting Areas

Addiction facilities must providing waiting areas indoors to support the clients they serve.

When are the Politicians Going to Care about Harlem?

Who are the New York politicians you should contact and demand fair share practices be implemented in Harlem?

Meeting NYS Assembly Person, Robert Rodriguez

Let your NYS Assembly member that fair share policies must be implemented today!

From the Archives: CB10 in 2008

2008 archive documents from Community Board 10.

A Letter from OASAS in Response to Our Email to Gov. Cuomo

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.

Update: Notes From Mount Sinai Community Advisory Board

This afternoon, Tuesday, April 23, 2019, we went to Mount Sinai (1470 Madison Ave.) to attend their Community Advisory Board meeting.  There were 4 of us (GHC members), one Mt. Sinai community relations person,Christopher Thomas Consalvo, Manager, Community & Government Affairs, The Mount Sinai Health System 150 East 42nd Street, 2nd Floor New York, NY [...]

Comparing the Promixity of Addiction Facilities to Schools

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.

Postcard Party: Saturday, April 27, 2019

Notify your representative you are against the oversaturation of addiction facilities in Harlem. Place: Greater Calvary Baptist Church 43-55 West 124 Street New York, NY 10027

Info Session and Coalition Meeting: Thurs, April 25, 2019

The Greater Harlem Coalition will have an informational and organizational meeting on Thursday, April 25th at 7:00 PM at The Greater Calvary Baptist Church, 55 W 124th St, New York, NY 10027.

Update: Homeless Shelter Planned for 1763-1771 Amsterdam Ave.

Notes from the CB9 subcommittee meeting regarding the Homeless Shelter plans in Harlem.

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