The Coalition will return to regular business hours Monday Nov. 5, however many shelters and intake centers remain evacuated. Please click here for important information about seeking shelter. Please find below information regarding where you can seek shelter. Some shelter access points have changed due to flood conditions and are reflected below.
Please also note, the City’s Code Red policy is currently in effect. Sanctioned clients and applicant families for shelter should report to the appropriate intake facility and will be temporarily sheltered until further notice.
People relocated from evacuated shelters will not be returned to them until the facilities are cleared of water and have electricity, food and linens.
Human Resources Administration offices will be open starting Tuesday October 30th where you can seek assistance with emergency food stamps due to lost food supplies during the storm. You can also contact 311 for further information.
You can find a list of NYC Warming Centers here and overnight warm shelters here.
Shelter for Single Adult Men and Women
Bedford Atlantic Men’s Shelter
1322 Bedford Avenue
Take the A or C train to Nostrand Avenue
or the B49 to Bedford-Dean St.
Brooklyn Women’s Shelter
116 Williams Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11217
Take the C train to Liberty Ave.
or the B83 to Pennsylvania-Liberty Av
Shelter for Families & Adult Couples without Minor Children (under 21)
Adult Family Intake Center (AFIC)
El Camino Inn
160-11 89th Avenue
Take the E or F train to Parson’s or the J, Z, or E train to Jamaica Center/Parson’s Archer or the Q34 or Q25 to Parsons Bl/89 Av
Shelter for Families with Children (under 21)
151 East 151st Street
Bronx, NY 10454
Subway: Take the 2, 4, or 5 train to 149th Street/Grand Concourse, or take the Bx19 to 149th St/Grand Concourse. Walk north on Grand Concourse two blocks, to E. 151st Street and turn left. Walk two blocks to Walton Avenue. The PATH office is located at the corner on your right.