We consider the health and wellness of Washington Heights residents to be a top priority in our mission of community empowerment. In collaboration with several community partners, CLOTH runs programs aimed at bringing health equity to our neighborhood.
CLOTH provides emergency hunger relief through a food pantry located on West 159th Street.
At the height of the pandemic between January 2020 and March 2020 CLOTH provided food packages that fed 160,000 community residents.
Registration is on Tuesdays
You must provide a valid NY State picture ID and proof of address
(Con Ed bill , cable , lease or any City or State document)
Inscripcion y citas: Martes
Debe proveer una identificación con foto válida y prueba de dirección
(factura de Con Ed, cable, contrato de arrendamiento o cualquier documento de la ciudad o el estado)
3pm - 5pm at 511 West 157th Street
Please Note: Pantry Registration is done in person.
We do not accept food donations to the Pantry from individuals. For safety reasons we purchase all food from a vendor or receive donations from City Harvest.
For inquiries about the Pantry, please call the CLOTH office at 212-795-4779.
We speak English and Spanish – Se habla Español.
ANNUAL HEALTH &
Every summer CLOTH has an annual health fair, which reaches over 3,500 residents, providing health care information and free screenings. The Community League Health Clinic (administered by Community Healthcare Network) has been providing reproductive health services and health.
COMPLEX CARE NEEDS.
In 2015, NYP and community partners came together to develop a program to support adults who have at least two comorbid chronic conditions including diabetes, heart failure, chronic respiratory disease and renal failure.
Bilingual CHWs serve as the single point of contact for patients who enroll in the Adults with Complex Care Needs. Participants receive culturally-sensitive, comprehensive information on three key messages: knowing your diagnoses, knowing how to access care and learning how to manage your conditions at home.
Participants receive support on setting and meeting goals around their care, including, but not limited to: medications, medical equipment, and appointment adherence. They also benefit from home visits, accompanied provider visits, and social referrals to address barriers such as: housing, immigration, education, and employment, among many others. The CHWs are based in partner CBOs, allowing them to remain anchored in the community while also maintaining a strong presence in the Patient Centered Medical Homes of the Ambulatory Care Network (ACN) where they conduct rounds and provide culturally appropriate education.
To find out about more or participate in this program,
or call (212) 795-4779