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Catholic Charities Community Services Westchester Office

914-476-2700

esmeralda.hoscoy@archny.org

 

204 Hawthorne Ave.
Yonkers NY 10471

Esmeralda Hoscoy

Appointment Needed, Call In Advance

 

Catholic Charities Community Services of Rockland Eviction Prevention Services

(845) 942-5791

marie.dely@archny.org

 

78 Hudson Avenue
Haverstraw NY 10927

Ms. Marie Dely

Appointment Needed, Call In Advance, Walk-ins Allowed

 

Catholic Charities Community Services Of Orange & Sullivan Monticello Office

(845) 794-8080

kenneth.o'brien@archny.org

 

396 Broadway
Monticello NY 12701

Ken O'Brien

Appointment Needed, Call In Advance, Walk-ins Allowed

 

Catholic Charities Community Services Of Orange & Sullivan Housing Resource Center - Newburgh

(845) 561-1665

kenneth.o'brien@archny.org

 

280 Broadway 4th Floor
Newburgh NY 12550

Ken O'Brien

Appointment Needed, Call In Advance, Walk-ins Allowed

 

Catholic Charities Community Services Homebase IV

347-913-4694

Homebase.Outreach@archny.org

 

2901 White Plains Rd.,
Bronx NY 10467

Larissa Story

Appointment Needed, Call In Advance

 

CCCS HOMEBASE is a preserving housing program for residents in Bronx Community Districts 02, 09, 10, 11, and 12, that are at risk of losing their housing. To find out if you live in the Community Districts that we serve call 311. If you do not live in the Community Districts that we serve, you may still be helped by our other eviction prevention programs. Services include: Eviction Prevention mediation Short-term emergency funding Financial Literacy workshops Assistance in public benefits, such as food stamps, tax credit, child care, medical, etc. Household repair issues (advocacy & referral) Assistance in obtaining employment Housing Court Advocacy and Landlord Negotiations Rental Arrears and other Financial Assistance (i.e. utilities, storage, moving fees, etc.)

TUESDAY: DE BLASIO ADMINISTRATION AND PARTNERS TO KICK OFF FINANCIAL SECURITY CAMPAIGN

 
 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: June 26, 2017

CONTACTpressoffice@cityhall.nyc.gov, (212) 788-2958

NEW YORK — On Tuesday, June 27,  the de Blasio Administration will launch a “Start by Asking” faith leader outreach initiative with Robin Hood, Catholic Charities, UJA-Federation and Federation Protestant Welfare Agencies during a Benefits Access Breakfast with Faith and Community Leaders at FPWA. Partnering City agencies include the Human Resources Administration , the Mayor’s Community Affairs Unit, the Center for Faith and Community Partnerships, Department of Consumer Affairs, Mayor’s Office for Economic Opportunity, Mayor’s Office of Operations and Mayor’s Public Engagement Unit. The outreach initiative is a partnership between the City and Robin Hood to connect New Yorkers with a range of existing programs that can improve their financial security. 

The initiative will train 50 houses of worship and community organizations on benefits access screening and enrollment. In October, these organizations will participate in a “Weekend of Enrollment”, where they will screen and enroll New Yorkers for benefits and services throughout the 5 boroughs.

At the breakfast launch, faith and community leaders will learn about new tools their eligible constituents can use to easily access available benefits, which are available at nyc.gov/accesshra.

WHAT:         

Benefits Access Breakfast with Faith and Community Leaders 

WHEN:         

Tuesday, June 27, 2017

9:00 AM - 11:00 AM

WHERE:      

Federation Protestant Welfare Agencies

40 Broad Street, 5th Floor           

New York, NY 10004

WHO:            

Wes Moore, CEO of Robin Hood

Reverend Michael A. Walrond Jr., Chair of the Mayor's Clergy Advisory Council

Jennifer Jones Austin, CEO and Executive Director of Federation Protestant Welfare Agencies

Monsignor Kevin Sullivan, Executive Director of Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of New York

Gary Jenkins, Executive Deputy Commissioner, Family Independence Administration, HRA 

Jonathan Soto, Executive Director of the Center for Faith and Community Partnerships

Louisa Chaffee, UJA-Federation Senior Vice President for Public Policy and External Relations

“As  Catholic Charities celebrates is 100-year legacy and launches our next century of helping New Yorkers, we are strengthening our partnerships on behalf of our neighbors in need,” said Msgr. Kevin Sullivan,  Executive Director of Catholic Charities of New York.  “ We are proud to be part of this great  metropolis that does so much to help our neighbors through a variety of programs and services.   We also recognize that accessing these services can at times be daunting, and many fail to do so.   Catholic Charities  enthusiastically join this initiative to ensure improved financial security for New Yorkers in need by increasing  access to available benefits. “

 

Getting Permission to Work in the US

 
 

WARNING: Many agencies advertise that, for a price, they can get work permits for immigrants who lack legal immigration status. These may not be valid.  When fraud is suspected, call the Catholic Charities-operated New York State New Americans Hotline to make a confidential report. 

Call the New York State New Americans Hotline at 212-419-3737.  Or call toll-free in New York State at 1-800-566-7636

What to do About Wage Theft

 
 

Wage theft is the illegal underpayment or non-payment of wages owed to workers. When you don’t receive all the wages you have earned the first step is to bring it to your employer’s attention, as hopefully it was only a mistake. However, if it turns out you’re a victim of wage theft, unlawful deductions, shorted hours, or more, you have rights.

Regardless of your immigration status, if you worked in New York State and were not paid for those hours you can file a claim with the NYS Department of Labor for unpaid wages.  

There are also ways to make sure that you are keeping proof of informal, day labor or piece work so that you can recover wages if you are not paid.

To learn more about your rights with respect to unpaid wages contact:

  •  Catholic Charities Bronx Center Day Laborers Program  
    402 East 152nd Street
    Dial: (212) 419-3704

  • St. Jerome H.A.N.D.S. Community Center
    330 E. 138th St. Bronx, NY 10454
    Dial: (718) 402-7866  OR (718) 665 5875

  • Don Bosco Community Center
    22 Don Bosco Pl, Port Chester NY 10573
    Dial: 914-939-0323 x11  OR 914-939-3490

  • Catholic Charities Yonkers Day Laborers Program
    204 Hawthorne Ave Yonkers, NY  10705
    Dial: (914) 476-2700
     
  • Work Place Fairness
    www.workplacefairness.org
  • Chinese Staff and Workers Association
    www.cswa.org

Job Preparation & Placement

 
 

Finding work is hard but Catholic Charities is here to help. If you have obtained status as a refugee, asylee, victim of trafficking, or other humanitarian process, we help write resumes, develop solid interview skills and teach you how to search for a job. We also set up job interviews matching employers with qualified workers. In addition we provide employment training, English instruction and help preparing for the high school equivalency test. (GED)

Find a Catholic Charities agency for help obtaining authorization to work and finding employment.

Other Resources for English & Citizenship Classes

 
 

These links will take you to valuable resources in your neighborhood:

Other Resources on Reporting Exploitation & Fraud

 
 

Here are some resources that can help you understand common scams and what to do if you become a victim: 

Gracie Mansion Centennial Honor Is Shared With a Friend - Catholic New York

 
 

Recognizing the centennial celebrations of archdiocesan Catholic Charities and UJA-Federation of New York, Mayor Bill de Blasio paid tribute to both agencies at Gracie Mansion and said they “make the work we do so much stronger.”

“We could not reach the people we reach without them,” the mayor said in his remarks at the evening reception June 13, the day after the annual Catholic Charities Gala at the American Museum of Natural History.

The city and world Catholic Charities and UJA were founded to assist was much different from the one today, both in needs to be served and agencies providing services, de Blasio said.

“Their chapters in New York City just happened to spring up in 1917, in a time of great doubt in the world. Middle of a world war, a time of great concern, and good people got together—people of faith, people who cared deeply for their community. (They were) visionaries who realized that there was so much need that was going unmet, and something different had to be built.”

The mayor, at the end of his remarks, proclaimed June 13 as Catholic Charities and UJA Centennial Day in the city of New York. He presented the citations to Msgr. Kevin Sullivan, executive director of Catholic Charities, and Eric Goldstein, CEO of UJA-Federation of New York.

A large crowd with board members, donors, administrators and staff members of both agencies filled the reception room. Catholic Charities and UJA don’t just share an anniversary; they cooperate on various initiatives including the annual Feeding Our Neighbors campaign.

“That we share our centennial with the UJA Federation makes it even better,” said Msgr. Sullivan, noting the agencies’ mutual work on behalf of “compassion and justice” in New York.

Catholic Charities is “very proud of being a faith-based organization” that reaches out to affirm the dignity of every human person no matter their language, country of origin or religion, Msgr. Sullivan said.

“We believe that our faith calls us to reach out, to recognize God in that person, and together create a common good.”

—John Woods

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Multi-Million Dollar Post-Sandy Power and MEP Infrastructure Project Breaks Ground - EC&M

 
 

Haven Plaza Square LLC, an affiliate of the Association of New York Catholic Homes and the New York Institute for Human Development (IHD); CTA Architects; and the managing agent, The Wavecrest Management Team, recently broke ground for a $9.89 million natural disaster-resistant infrastructure building and associated resiliency upgrades at the affordable housing complex known as Haven Plaza. Haven Plaza Square LLC is the owner of the residential complex located on Avenue C between 10th and 13th Streets on Manhattan’s east side.

The new two-story structure plus basement and the upgrades throughout the complex are in direct response to 2012’s Hurricane Sandy, when the nearby East River overflowed its banks, the Con Edison East River Generating Station adjacent to Haven Plaza exploded, and, as a result, Haven Plaza lost all electricity and steam for heat. Residents — many elderly — were trapped without elevator service, electricity, heat, or water.

The New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD) and the New York City Housing Development Corporation (HDC) awarded nearly $10 million to Haven Plaza Square LLC for the project through the New York City Build It Back program.

According to CTA Architects’ Principal Daniel J. Allen, AIA, the new 2,080-sq-ft building, located at 212 Avenue C at East 13th Street, will house three boilers for heating steam on the second level, with gas as the primary fuel; electrical meters, domestic hot water pumps, and hot water heaters on the first level; and oil backup storage in the protected sub-grade space. In addition, he says the front façade will be glazed to allow the passers-by to view the inner works of the building and equipment within.

Due to the building’s location, the project calls for a strong architectural presence. When complete, the building will incorporate 1,300 sq ft of glazed curtain wall, 1,500 sq ft of metal façade panels, and 500 sq ft of green wall.

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Cardinal McCloskey Community Services- Explorer for a Day" outing

 

Bronx Zoo
Bronx

 

Sponsor an "Explorer" for just $25!

Every hour you can give a child in foster care a reason to focus on something fun, is an hour that they don't have to think of the trauma and neglect that they have experienced.    
With your help, these children can take part in the Catholic Charities NY affiliate Cardinal McCloskey Community Services "Explorer for a Day" outing.

They will learn about the animals, their habitats, and enjoy a day at the world famous Bronx Zoo. A healthy lunch will be provided to fuel them through their day of adventure!

Date: Thursday, July 13th, 2017
Time: 1:00-5:00 PM
Location: The Bronx Zoo

‌ ‌SPONSOR
To sponsor a child, please click the button above
or visit CMCS.org/zoo

Bring your family and we'll see you at the zoo!
 

Astor Services - Kids Helping Out Kids Movie Benefit

 

Lyceum Theater,
Red Hook 15 Old Farm Rd
Red Hook

 

Astor Services Movie BenefitSave the date for Astor Services for Children & Families's "Kids Helping Out Kids Movie Benefit." The children of the Families for Astor Committee are hosting a movie screening of Disney Pixar's "Inside Out" to benefit the children at Astor on June 24th! Check out the flier for more info.

Attend Astor Services Movie Benefit

Learn more about Astor Services 

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