Grand Central Neighborhood Social Services Corporation Main Chance Drop-in Center information provided by: LifeNet, a program of the Mental Health Association of New York City

This is a 24/7 homeless drop-in center for single adults (18+). Services include: food, clothing, showers, as well as social service assistance, including treatment referrals, housing assistance and employment counseling.

DHS/Homeless Drop-In-St. Agnes/Mn


Area(s) Served:
Serves Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens, and Staten Island

Target Group:
Drop-In; Entitlements; Evening Hours; French; Handicap Access; Homeless; Information And Referral; No Fee; Spanish; Weekend Hours; 4362811


Application Process:
Walk in

Eligibility Requirements:
Homeless adults age 18+


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Record last updated: Mar 12 2015 10:01AM
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  • 120 E 32nd St
    New York, NY 10016
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Phone Numbers

  • 212-883-0680 EX 301


  • 212-679-4612

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  • Spanish

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ex client
8/7/2014 11:43:01 AM

Was there 4 1/2 months. Received enough to eat, a bed to sleep in through the church bed program, medical and dental care, mental health counseling, and am now in permanent housing thanks to Mainchance. It's not a perfect place, but it has many more positives than negatives, as far as I'm concerned.
ex client
12/9/2014 4:31:56 PM

This place should be called a halfway house, not a drop-off center. The director all but promotes and justifies violence. They make judgments based on race, therefore promoting this behavior. They don't understand what's right in front of them, ex convicts, mentally ill people, who are looking for an excuse to commit violence. The place should be reviewed, and put under new management.
ex client
3/6/2013 7:32:28 AM

the second in command cannot stand looking at the clients. they are treated like cattle. staff is inexperienced except for a few.if you have to stay are better off on the street than at GCN.tried to complain to DHS but they dont care either.someone should go undercover for a day and witness this place for themselves..waste of grant money..these people forget why they are there.
Ex Client
10/29/2013 10:54:34 AM

If you dont have a mental or substance abuse issue and or are getting SSI or SSD they dont care to help you.The counselors are inexperienced and dont HELP! Need to put an undercover there from the Homeless Coalition there ASAP!
Stop assuming homeless have drug, mental, alcohol abuse problems
7/30/2014 9:39:05 AM

It's been a nightmare trying to be treated with dignity and respect from everyone at HRA to Housingworks, to Chruch shelters to Bellevue shelters. First wake up humans not everyone is a drug addict or has mental problems so don't just degrade and assume them as such. Second stop hiring people who get off on power trips over vulnerable people. Third your projects suck, because you demean and degrade people, you ASSUME instead of listening and paying attention instead of texting on your phone, if our taxes pay your salaries wake up or get another job you are causing consistent homelessness by your attitude

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