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Acacia Network

Acacia Network and its affiliates seek to improve the quality-of-life and wellbeing of underserved communities in New York City and beyond by providing access to integrated health and housing programs, among other key initiatives. We are one of the leading social services providers in New York City and the largest Hispanic-led nonprofit in the State, serving approximately 150,000 individuals every year, primarily from Black and Latino low-income communities. 

We are also one of the largest providers of transitional housing in New York City, providing an array of resources to individuals and families in our 56 shelters across the City, including one-on-one case management with social workers, access to primary and behavioral care, employment assistance, among other services. Through Acacia Network Housing (ANH) –the division dedicated to homeless services– we serve approximately 7,500 individuals across our transitional housing portfolio, equivalent to roughly 13% –or 1 in 8– of all individuals served through the New York City shelter system. For more information, visit: