Give the gift of health and dignity to homeless New Yorkers

You can save lives through health care for homeless people

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What does DIGNITY mean to you?

And what does dignity mean in healthcare for homeless persons? For one thing, it is central to the social work code of ethics which states: "Social workers respect the inherent dignity and worth of the person. Social workers treat each person in a caring and respectful fashion, mindful of individual differences and cultural and ethnic diversity." This is happening every day at our 30 clinics and delivery sites across four NYC boroughs.

Psychologist Donna Hicks describes dignity as "a deep human desire to be treated as something of value, to be seen, heard, listened to and treated fairly." Dignified care can have a profound effect on patient well-being. Your support is an integral part of our work to bring health and dignity to our homeless neighbors.

Your support will help restore good health and dignity to our homeless neighbors. Thank you!