February 25, 2016

Helping Veterans Bounce Back
Len McRae was a homeless veteran who, in his own words "bounced around the streets a lot".  He lost his job in 2014 and was struggling to find full-time employment and maintain secure housing. What compounded his situation was that due to his age and medical issues Len had become extremely anxious about interviewing...MORE

A Place To Call Home
Deborah Wilber is a 56-year woman who has a history of drug use, behavioral health issues, and has experienced homelessness for about 8 months.
But thanks to SUS, for the past 2 years Deborah and her children have been living at our Cedar Tremont residence where SUS staff is providing her with behavioral health support including treatment for...MORE
Making A New Start
Charles Robinson, 53, is an army veteran who came to SUS' Knickerbocker transitional residence for Veterans in 2008. In 2013 Charles graduated into permanent supportive housing at our Macombs residence.  From the moment he moved, Charles knew that if was going to succeed...MORE


First Lady Weighs In On Mental Health

First Lady Michelle Obama is challenging Americans to rethink their attitude towards mental health...MORE


Working to Keep NYC Safe

Last month we reported that SUS was rewarded more than $3M for coordinated health services. This story has now been picked up by New York Nonprofit Media...MORE


Technology and Developmental Disabilities

Discover how SUS is using technology to empower individuals with developmental disabilities

Doc Comes to Hell's Kitchen to Talk About Punishment
Prominent researcher and clinician in the field of Applied Behavior Analysis spoke in Studio 54 about whether it is ever okay to use punishment to shape behavior...MORE 

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