December 3, 2015

Giving a Second Chance
After spending nearly 10 years in prison Darnell Smith was looking forward to being reunited with his loved ones.  But he faced a big problem:  he had no home outside of his cell.  His wife and children lived in one of New York's public housing developments for low-income residents but a long-standing policy severely limits convicted felons from living in public housing... MORE

Training Our Sights on the Homeless
The MTA has selected SUS to provide outreach to the homeless in Long Island Rail Road stations in Nassau and Suffolk Counties.  Long Island has 3,860 homeless individuals. More than 100 of these are unsheltered individuals including veterans.  Many of the unsheltered homeless congregate in railroad station waiting rooms, especially in the winter months when the temperature outside drops... MORE
Let's Share a Meal
Residents of SUS' St. John's transitional home for individuals with HIV-AIDS were grateful to receive a Thanksgiving meal prepared and served to them by volunteers from the Nanak Naam Jahah Gurudwara. 

NNJG is a Sikh temple and a non-profit organization that organizes annual... MORE


SUS Made the Cut! has listed 101 charities that the public can donate to this holiday season -- and we are very proud to announce that SUS is on the list!  Share this good news with friends and family... MORE
International Day of Persons with Disabilities
Today is the International Day of Persons with Disabilities. At SUS one of our main focuses is helping those with developmental disabilities... MORE
Free Arts NYC
Watch the following video featuring some of the children who live at our Stratford House and discover how their participation in the FREE ARTS NYC is impacting their young lives... MORE
Debunking the Myths
Tuesday was World AIDS Day.  Find out how experts are debunking eight dangerous myths relating to HIV-AIDS... MORE