Project Hospitality - Staten Island, NY

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100 Park Avenue
Staten Island, NY 10302
: Phone: (718)448-1544
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Description: Emergency Shelter Clothing or Vouchers.

Need Help? 
If you are in Staten Island, New York, and you need help, please contact the following programs as appropriate:
Need food?
Please contact Project Hospitality’s Community Services Center, which is located at 514 Bay Street, at (718) 815-0800.
Click here for a list of emergency food resources on Staten Island.
Need a place to spend the night?
Please contact the Drop-In Center, located at 25 Central Avenue, at (718) 720-0079, ext. 10.

Need help with recovery from alcohol or drug addiction?
Please contact our Recovery Center at (718) 273-0850.
Services are free and confidential.

Project Hospitality provides a safety net for Staten Islanders experiencing profound poverty and disconnection from opportunities, empowering them to take responsibility for their lives and achieve self-sufficiency. The signature work of the agency, since its inception over 31 years ago, has been the provision of emergency shelter for the Island’s homeless in collaboration with local faith-based congregations. We operate a Street Outreach Program, a Drop-In Center for homeless singles, a 67-bed church based shelter network, and emergency housing programs.  This division is designed to move persons living on the streets or other places not meant for human habitation to indoor living and to assist them in acquiring the skills needed to achieve independent living in the community.
Additionally, Project Hospitality has over 25 years of experience working with runaway and homeless youth.  In 2003, PH founded EyeOpeners: Youth Against Violence as a result of bias crimes and racial tension in Staten Island. It is a multi-ethnic, multicultural, anti-discrimination and anti-violence youth rights organization that fosters youth development by improving relations across all social barriers and proactively organizing for social change.
The agency has been running Staten Island’s only Youth Drop-In Center successfully since 2009 and is the sole provider of street outreach, shelter, case management, treatment, support and housing placement for homeless individuals and families in the borough.  It is also the sole provider of a Family Youth Resource Center with a vast array of services.

Do you have items to donate? Contact Project Hospitality at the phone number provided above to see if they can use any items you may have to donate.

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Do you have items to donate? Contact Project Hospitality at the phone number provided above to see if they can use any items you may have to donate.

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