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Our Supporters

We appreciate your support, please sign on as an individual or organization, here

The following Organizations and Individuals endorse the work of CCIT-NYC:


American Association for Psychosocial Rehabilitation

Aquila, Inc.

Arab American Association of New York

Baltic Street AEH, Inc.

Brooklyn Center for Independence of the Disabled

Chelsea for Peace

Coalition of Behavioral Health Agencies

Coalition for the Homeless

Local 1180

Communications Workers of America, AFL-CIO

Community Access, Inc.

Community Healthcare Network

Community Housing Innovations

Concern for Independent Living

Connect NYC

East Side Institute

Families Together New York State

Fifth Avenue Committee

The Fortune Society

Fountain House

From Punishment to Public Health (P2PH)

John Jay College of Criminal Justice

Goodwill NY/NJ

Greenburger Center for Social and Criminal Justice


Hour Children

Housing and Services Inc

The Housing Collaborative, Inc.

Human Services Council

Institute for the Development of Human Arts, IDHA

Incarcerated Nation Campaign

Institute for Development of Human Arts

Iris House

Jericho Project

Leap Institute

Local Initiatives Support Corporation

Mental Health Alternatives to Solitary ConYnement (MHASC)

Mental Health Association of New York State, Inc. (MHANYS)

Mental Health Empowerment Center (MHEP)

Met Council

MFY Legal Services


NAMI New York State

NAMI-East Flatbush

NAMI Huntington

NAMI Queens/Nassau

NAMI Staten Island

National Police Accountability Project

Neighborhood Coalition for Shelter

New York Association of Psychiatric Rehabilitation Services


New York Doctors Coalition

New York Lawyers for the Public Interest (NYLPI)


Project Find

Project Hospitality

Police Reform Organizing Project

Project Renewal, Inc.

Providence House

Queens Mental Health Council Society

Rainbow Heights Club

Rights for Imprisoned People with Psychiatric Disabilities

Second Chance Reentry

Shalom Mental Health Counseling, P.C.

Social Justice Committee

UU Congregation at Shelter Rock

Supportive Housing Network of New York

Services for the Underserved

The Other Place

Goddard Riverside Community Center

Unique People Services

Urban Justice Center

Urban Pathways

Venture House

Village Playback Theatre


Women In Need

100 Blacks in Law Enforcement


Sahar Khoshakhlagh

Bystander shot in Times Square, September 2013


Fred A. Levine

Law & Public Policy Consultant

Laverne Miller, Esq.

Sandra Mitchell

President, Disability Committee,

National Action Network

Josh Parkin, NYCPS-P

Founder & Chair, helpNYC

Reverend Dr. Donna Schaper

Judson Memorial Church

Sergeant Eric Weaver (retired)

Overcoming the Darkness

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