February 11, 2016
Serving Those Who Served
How many ways can we honor the willingness of our veterans to sacrifice themselves for others?
In January 2016 we announced that SUS had helped fulfill Mayor de Blasio's mandate to end chronic homelessness in New York City. While this is a great achievement SUS needs to help the many veterans who are still experiencing short-term homelessness.  Until recently veterans Devonna and Daeshawn McCutcheon were one such couple...MORE
SUS Shelter Makes Literacy Fun With Pajamas
If someone were to tell you that literacy and pajamas are integrally connected, you might be forgiven for asking them what they mean. Last month at SUS' Rose McCarthy Shelter, the connection became very evident, as this shelter does not just offer homeless families a roof over their heads but also promotes literacy in a fun way...MORE


Advocacy At Work
Earlier this week SUS staff and representatives from our community of consumers joined the New York State Association of Community and Residential Agencies (NYSACRA) in Albany to meet with legislators around the governor's proposed budget and provisions that impact our work, specifically, an increase...MORE _______________________ 

HOPE 2016 Count
SUS staff joined thousands of volunteers  to help count the number of homeless on the streets of New York City.  Click below to watch general coverage of the event by ABC7News

Ribbon-Cutting at the Gateway Elton II
On January 27, 2016 SUS joined the New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD), New York City Housing Development Corporation (HDC), Hudson Companies and several other companies for the ribbon-cutting of the beautiful new affordable housing apartments at the Gateway Elton Development in Spring Creek, Brooklyn....MORE 


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