In-Shelter Primary Care Clinics

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Phone:  (212) 620-0240 ext. 443
clinics@projectrenewal.org

We currently operate six licensed Article 28 primary care clinics: three shelter-based clinics and three mobile medical clinics.  The shelter-based clinics serve street homeless individuals; tenants of PRI’s shelters, transitional, and permanent housing facilities; and homeless and low-income men and women referred to PRI by other social service agencies.

Challenge

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Solution

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Impact

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New Providence Women’s Shelter

Phone: (212) 661-8934
newprovidence@projectrenewal.org

Established in 1998, this shelter helps 130 women who suffer from addiction and/or mental illness to address the issues that instigated their addiction and homelessness, while garnering the tools to live independently and successfully in the community. The shelter offers an on-site, Article 28 licensed medical clinic to connect clients to comprehensive and quality medical care as they progress towards independent living.