Family Services Network of New York is a non-for-profit community-based organization, which provides comprehensive health and human services, throughout the five boroughs. Since 1981, we have been meeting the complex community health needs of a diverse population, with compassion and the rendering of quality service(s).
The Family Services Network of New York (FSNNY), Inc. is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit corporation whose mission is to provide and coordinate needed health and human services to individuals and families in New York’s inner-city communities, involve service consumers in planning and implementing these services, advocate on their behalf for services that promote health and economic self-sufficiency, as well as, establish strategic partnerships with other providers to meet the needs of all clients.
In 1981, the agency was founded by local community members who lived every day with the devastation caused by poverty and rampant drug use in the neighborhood. In 1986, the agency began managing the Bushwick Multi-Service Center, (MSC); which now houses an array of health and social services programs.