About Services for the UnderServed .
Founded in 1978, Services for the UnderServed (SUS) provides a comprehensive array of housing, treatment, rehabilitation and support services through multiple divisions: Mental Health, Developmental Disabilities, HIV/AIDS, along with Veterans Services.
With a budget of approximately $90 million and staff of over 1,600, SUS serves over 4,000 people daily throughout NYC.
Mission StatementTo provide services and support for individuals with special needs to live with dignity in the community, direct their own lives and attain personal fulfillment.
Integrated Approach to Serving Homeless Veterans: A wide array of services are offered to veterans and their families in a single location, highlighted but the cross-enrollment of homeless veterans in the agency’s SSVF and HVRP programs.