The Philadelphia Inquirer Highlights HELP USA’s New Development in North Philadelphia

The Philadelphia Inquirer featured HELP USA’s redevelopment of an abandoned school building in North Philadelphia.

The building, once a graffiti-covered source of blight, now contains 37 apartments for formerly homeless veterans and low-income individuals over the age of 55. On the first floor, Public Health Management Corp, a Philadelphia-based nonprofit, will offer supportive services to residents.

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Counseling & Case Management

Coming Soon.

By |December 10th, 2014||0 Comments

What to Wear: HELP USA Luncheon

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HELP USA Annual Scholarship Awards Luncheon is this Thursday, December 4th and it is one of the most relevant time of year to show your support. The mission of the organization is to provide housing and the supportive services necessary for the homeless and people in need to become and remain […]

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Help USA’s Annual Scholarship-Awards Luncheon for Domestic-Violence Survivors was Featured in The Wall Street Journal

Help USA’s Annual Scholarship-Awards Luncheon for Domestic-Violence Survivors

The Group Gave 30 Survivors $5,000 Awards and Honored Several Others

By CARSON GRIFFITH
Dec. 5, 2014

The homeless-advocacy organization Help USA was founded by Gov. Andrew Cuomo but is currently run by his sister, Maria Cuomo Cole, and for good reason, said yet another sibling, Chris Cuomo.

“She’s the best […]

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Security Guard Training School

The Security Guard Training Program provides its participants with residential and income stability, increased skills, and ultimately greater self-sufficiency through employment as trained and licensed security guards. HELP’s trainees receive the New York State Certification as security guards and additional training certificates that increase their value in the workplace. The Security Guard Training Program provides […]

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Culinary Training Academy

As the economy is improving, so are the openings for talented and skilled kitchen workers – the growth potential for the program is boundless.

HELP USA’s Culinary Arts Program trains homeless residents in the skills and techniques essential to successful employment and promotion in the culinary industry, including the basic NYS food handler’s license.

The 9-week culinary […]

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HELP ROADS

Nobody should live with violence or in fear of it and we take pride in our work nationally with abuse victims at all HELP locations. The commitment of HELP USA to survivors of domestic violence is highlighted through our work in New York City, where we operate housing sites specifically devoted to domestic violence survivors […]

By |November 17th, 2014||0 Comments

Urban Farming

Urban Farming Initiative
HELP USA  has embraced urban farming as a methodology to stabilize its population, provide meaningful employment, and create the opportunity for healthy foods to be enjoyed by underserved neighborhoods.
HELP USA has always recognized health disparities as a critical need in the underserved communities it works in. HELP developed an Urban Farm on Wards […]

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Street Soccer USA

Street Soccer USA (SSUSA) believes ending poverty and homelessness is a team sport. Through a systematic approach, SSUSA builds community, trust, and well-being through sport with participants and volunteers, transforming the context within which they live from one of isolation, abuse, and marginalization, to one of community, purpose, and achievement. Our mission is to improve the […]

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