Our Programs

Family Services Network of New York, Inc. (FSNNY) shows its dedication and commitment through its programs and the services offered. Through our programs, FSNNY has continued in its tradition of bringing life-changing and hope-giving services to people who are desperately in need. Our work has included advocacy, public policy initiatives, and community education on the negative impact of inadequate funding for HIV/AIDS, in addition to other health care services in our North Brooklyn community.

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Based on these inadequacies, we have increased partnerships and bi-directional linkages with health care providers within and outside of our communities to provide our clients with a wider array of health services. Our leadership role in the provision of community-based HIV/AIDS services, coupled with our role as the lead agency for the Williamsburg Greenpoint Bushwick HIV CARE Network (WGBAN) has enabled FSNNY to collaborate with other regional providers in planning for HIV/AIDS care.

The positive steps taken by Family Services Network of New York, Inc. would not be attainable without the staff to put it in motion. FSNNY is pleased with the services provided to our clients, by our dedicated staff. Our professional, diverse, multi-lingual staff has without exception provided a standard of care that makes us proud. FSNNY remains committed to providing an environment that encourages creativity, individual growth and nurturing of values that transcends our very humanity.

Along with our Board of Directors, administration, staff and volunteers, we will continue to forge ahead in our mission of providing comprehensive services to families in need throughout the five boroughs of New York City.

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Woodhull Medical Center: nyc.gov
Kings County Hospital Center: nyc.gov
Wyckoff Heights Medical Center: wyckoffhospital.org
SUNY Downstate Medical Center: downstate.edu
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC): cdc.gov
New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (NYCDOHMH): nyc.gov
New York State Department of Health (NYS DOH): health.ny.gov