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We host a free tax-return service with the help of our partners, AARP during tax season. If you are working, you can also apply for the Earned Income Tax Credit.
Duane Reade offers flu vaccinations on site at West Side Campaign Against Hunger during the fall season.
We refer clients to the Dominican Women’s Development Center in cases of a domestic violence crisis.
We refer low-income people and seniors to Goddard Riverside’s community programs on the Upper West Side.
We refer our clients from Northern Manhattan to Columbia University’s Headstart program, which focuses on building parent/child relationships and fostering child development.
Connect to home care, adult day care, behavioral health and a wide variety of related services through Heart to Heart when you visit West Side Campaign Against Hunger.
In partnership with Hunger Free America, we host on site advocacy and leadership development trainings, which prepare our customers to become stakeholders in the advocacy process of anti-hunger policies at the city, state, and federal levels.
We refer job-ready clients to job placement services that include resume building, job trainings and job placement.
West Side Campaign Against Hunger offers Hepatitis C vaccinations through Mount Sinai Health System.
An onsite counselor offers free financial counseling and help with opening a bank account, budgeting, identity theft, credit reports, and home ownership.
West Side Campaign Against Hunger refers people to NMIC, which offers a comprehensive array of supportive services for New York City residents.
We provide individuals with New York Rx Cards through the free Statewide Prescription Assistance Program.
West Side Campaign Against Hunger completes applications for Senior Citizen Rent Increase Exemption (SCRIE) and Disability Rent Increase Exemption (DRIE)—also known as NYC Rent Freeze Programs—which are then submitted to the NYC Department of Finance.
West Side Campaign Against Hunger provides assessments in partnership with the NYC HRA Tenant Support Unit.
Advance towards self-sufficiency and financial security through job training, academic reinforcement, improved life skills, job placement, and support services with our partner, Opportunities for a Better Tomorrow.
The Institute for Family Health provides health physicals and mental health care for clients who either have or do not have health insurance. Based on set intake criteria, The Institute assesses clients and will provide treatment for those who meet that criteria.
West Side Campaign Against Hunger partners with the Tiered Engagement Program, which helps people move from emergency to stability.