Concerned named a 2012 Neighborhood Builder
Senator Charles Schumer and others help us break ground on housing for homeless veterans
The Concern Heights Apartments opens in 2012!
Concern is awarded a Three-Year Accreditation by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF).
Norwood Terrace is awarded $1 million in AHP funds.
Concern's Executive Director and Board Members accept the 2012 Agency of the Year Award.
With three multifamily residences serving low-income tenants…
Ending Veteran Homelessness on Long Island
By: Ralph Fasano,…
Concern for Independent Living, Inc. was awarded $7.5 million…
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Ralph Fasano is the Executive…
Jim Mutton will be stepping into the role of Director of NYC…
Concern for Independent Living Begins New Construction in Brooklyn
Concern for Independent Living Gets $1 Million through the Affordable…
FHLBNY Awards $2 Million in Affordable Housing Grants in New…
Neighborhood Builders on Long Island
Nonprofits play a key…
“I’m very grateful to Concern because without them I don’t know where I would be living.”
“Concern is the very best thing that I have ever been able to be a part of. I love living in Concern housing.”
“If I didn’t have Concern I would be out in the street.”
“I am extremely grateful and blessed for Concern housing and for all who have helped me and have not. Thank you.”
“Concern is a caring and life-changing agency.”
“I am very happy in Concern housing and would recommend it to a friend or family.”
“Concern is a good agency to be part of.”
“Concern has been a blessing for me. Thank you, Concern.”
“I have come a long way since I got here.”
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