New York City 30th Street Intake For Homeless Men - Manhattan, NY

Contact information

400 E 30th St
Manhattan, NY 10016
: Phone: (718) 557-1399


  1. Avatar
    2020-11-15 06:48:20
    my son is at the bellevue 30th St. homeless shelter and I am sending you this message because he is legally blind he’s been robbed several times in your shelter and you haven’t moved him to a hotel I have contacted the governor and the mayor regarding this matter he has a disability and he’s not supposed to be in a population such as that. And also the vouchers that you give out no one is taking it so they can’t get an apartment.
    2020-09-21 14:28:16
    Horrible, unprofessional, disrespectful towards clients. I’m now without a bed after having one for a month
    2019-08-08 20:18:40
    They are unorganized doesn't have a real number to contact them staff doesn't care about clients well being.

Your opinion matters. Leave your review of New York City 30th Street Intake For Homeless Men.

Description: Intake facility for Homeless men in New York City.  Intake is open 24 hours a day.

Homeless individuals who have been in a shelter in New York City within the past 12 months should go to that shelter where they stayed. If not, they need to go to this intake facility.

The intake facilities for single adults are open 24 hours, seven days a week, including holidays. Bringing ID is strongly suggested, though not required. The following forms of ID are very helpful during the intake process:
Any form of ID with a picture and proof of age - such as a driver's license, state-issued ID, passport or visa, welfare card or green card
Social Security card
Medicaid card, if available
If working, your most recent pay stub

Interpreter assistance will be made available for people who do not speak English.

Dial 311 to receive directions and other information on this intake center.

How to Get There:
Subway: Take the 6 train to 28th Street. Walk east to 1st Avenue, turn left, and go north to 30th Street. Entrance is now at 30th Street and 1st Avenue.

After visiting an intake center, trained social services and professional staff will assess your unique needs and assign you to a shelter with expertise in addressing those needs. All programs are designed to help clients overcome homelessness.

Some of DHS programs include counseling, case management, employment training, mental health rehabilitation, specialized services for veterans, substance abuse treatment, and various programs for the elderly. Social workers, employment specialists, housing/vocational counselors, and health coordinators work closely with clients in an individualized approach that aims to provide clients with the skills needed to achieve the highest level of self-sufficiency.

Do you have items to donate? Contact New York City 30th Street Intake For Homeless Men at the phone number provided above to see if they can use any items you may have to donate.

User Questions & Answers

Many of these shelters now have waiting lists. Please call before going to them. Many waiting lists are very long. Shelters and service also go out of business. Always call ahead to confirm that this location is still active. If you find that this location is no longer operating, please send us a comment using the form below.

If you have pictures of the shelter, I will upload them on this page. Please email me with the name of your shelter and the pictures to:

Do you have items to donate? Contact New York City 30th Street Intake For Homeless Men at the phone number provided above to see if they can use any items you may have to donate.

Manhattan Resources

FoodNY Food Banks & Soup Kitchens

Find Food Banks & Soup Kitchens

SheltersNew York Homeless Shelters

See All Shelters in New York

HealthFree Dental Care Clinics

Find Free Dental Clinics

HealthFree Treatment Centers

Find Free & Low Cost Drug Rehab and Alcohol Detox Treatment Centers

Homeless News


McDonald's $1 Menu Helping The Homeless Survive

The Homeless Shelter Directory would like to give a great thank you to the people of McDonald's for providing your one dollar menu.

In our recent survey asking the homeless how they... [read more]

Homeless Population Statistics In Florida

According to WPEC channel 12 West Palm Beach, the current Florida homeless population is 43,000.

They also reported the Palm Beach County and Treasure Coast homeless population is... [read more]

Louis Armstrong Park Homeless

Guest article from Peter J. Hatas in response to the New Homeless Article

In 2004 I traveled to... [read more]