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The Partnership for the Homeless
Family Resource Center
Address:100 Pennslyvania Ave. 2nd Floor Brooklyn NY 11207
World Wide Web: http://www.partnershipforthehomeless.org/
At the Family Resource Center, we work on multiple fronts to make sure families thrive. We meet with over 2,000 families annually, and we manage close to 200 active cases at any time. More than 350 families came to us this past fiscal year seeking help with housingÑfrom staying in their current homes, to finding and settling into a new apartment in East New York after leaving the shelter system.
Employment assistance… to help begin taking the necessary steps toward fulfilling and sustaining careers with job searches and resume preparation, job training and GED preparation resources, and through partnerships with workforce providers to connect clients to jobs.
health and mental health assistance …to make sure clients connect to community resources addressing their family’s health needs.
financial counseling… to help families develop workable budgets, file income taxes, and work on issues of debt and poor credit.
food and nutrition … to connect eligible families to food stamps and the opportunity to learn about healthy eating and its connection to strong bodies and minds.
Mon-Fri, 9am to 5pm
Target Groups(By Need):Families, Homeless People,