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Phone: 212-620-0340
200 Varick St, 9th Fl
New York
New York 10014
USA
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Programs: Project Renewal's mission is to empower homeless New Yorkers struggling with mental illness and/or addiction to rebuild their lives with renewed health, homes and jobs.. This comprehensive approach begins on the street where our mobile psychiatric and medical outreach teams - each of which was among the first of its kind - actively reach out to homeless people where they are struggling to survive. Once connected, we can then help people move into a range of residential programs, including ones that help residents achieve sobriety or learn to manage their mental illness. From there, we help people prepare for, find, and keep good jobs: we have created an unprecedented breadth and depth of employment programs and opportunities for men and women with high barriers to employment. The crucial last element in this progression is providing clients with permanent housing, completing their return to self-sufficient life in the community.

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Project Renewal''s mission is to renew the lives of homeless men and women in New York City. We focus our efforts on the neediest and least-served of the city''s indigent population - men and women who, in addition to being without a home, cope with mental illness and/or addiction to drugs or alcohol.
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09/17/13
New Providence women's shelter needs leadership ASAP... can never reach staff when needed they never return clients calls nor dose clients complaints get addressed within the last eighteen months they staff has been replaced from clinical on down to the PA's if some many people had to be fired why ... more »
I was transferred to Project Renewal's Third Street Shelter just before Thanksgiving 2012 and currently reside there. In my first month there, I got food poisoning eight times. I have tried to avoid the food ever since, but I still got food poisoning two additional times. As someone general ... more »
First they don't care about their employee,this organization make money and they clearly state in the oraintion that they Fire you for any reaaon, they fail to provide union, its not a work place where u can grow to makes matter worst they hire alot of ex offender criminal under pay them also, and ... more »
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