Women-In-Need - New York Low Cost Clinic

  • 115 W 31st St
  • New York NY, 10001-3596
  • Contact Phone: 212-695-7330
  • Clinic Details: Women In Need provides housing, help and hope to New York City women and their families who are homeless and disadvantaged. Through comprehensive programs such as shelter, supportive permanent housing, job training, domestic violence services, alcohol and substance abuse treatment and childcare, WIN offers the tools and guidance which allow our families to return to their communities and live independently.

  • Website: http://women-in-need.org/index.html
  • Services: Children's & Teens Services, Alcohol & Substance Abuse, Employment & Education, Prevention Services
  • Remarks: Community Health, Urban Area, Permanent Clinic, Part-Time (open 6 hours per week)

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