Children's Rescue Fund

Serving New York City Homeless

About Us

  

The Children’s Rescue Fund  is a 501 (C) (3) not for-profit organization and it has been in operations since 1992. It has enabled hundreds of families to move from homelessness to stable housing. CRF helps homeless families move toward self-sufficiency by instilling or restoring dignity, self-esteem, and self-reliance so that families, their individual members, and the community are strengthened. 

Our Mission

  

To serve the homeless population with the services required to assist and empower them to become independent and self-sufficient productive citizens to obtain permanent housing and ensuring their children’s rights to education and healthcare.

Milestones

  

1992- CRF Icahn House  

2004- CRF House East  

2007- CRF- Cluster Model Program

2007- CRF- Cluster Model Program Annex

Programs

Tier II Programs

CRF- ICAHN HOUSE


 Icahn House is a transitional housing facility (Tier II) in the Bronx that services 65 homeless women and their children under 13 years old. The program provides case management, client care coordinator services and housing assistance, aimed to assist families with securing and maintain permanent housing.  In addition, Board of Education, Child Care and After School/ Recreation, and Security Services are provided onsite. 


CRF- HOUSE EAST


House East is a transitional housing facility (Tier II) in Manhattan servicing 199 homeless families consisting of 156 women and their children under 13 years old, and 54 adult families. The program provides case management, client care coordinator services and housing assistance aimed to assist families with securing and maintain permanent housing.  In addition, Board of Education, Child Care and After School/ Recreation, and Security Services are provided onsite. 



Cluster Programs

  

CRF-CLUSTER MODEL PROGRAM


Cluster Model Program is a Neighborhood Based Cluster Model Transitional Residence (NBCTR) in the Bronx that provides services to 306 homeless families consisting of men, women, and children. The program provides case management, client care coordinator services and housing assistance aimed to assist families with securing and maintain permanent housing.  In addition, Board of Education and Security Services are provided onsite.


CRF-CLUSTER MODEL PROGRAM ANNEX


Cluster Model Program is a Neighborhood Based Cluster Model Transitional Residence (NBCTR) in the Bronx that provides services to 180 homeless families consisting of men, women, and children. The program provides case management and housing assistance aimed to assist families with securing and maintain permanent housing.  In addition, Board of Education and Security Services are provided onsite.

  


Work for Us

  
For Job Opportunities visit: http://children-rescue-fund.hiringthing.com Employment Information in Long Island City

Employee Benefits


  • Vacation Time
  • Sick Time
  • Personal Time
  • Holiday Pay
  • Empire Blue Cross Medical Plan
  • Delta Dental  - Dental Plan
  • VSP - Vision Plan 
  • AFLAC
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Benefits Resources - Commuter Benefits Plan
  • Access to additional supplemental life Insurance and long term disability 
  • Municipal Credit Union Banking
  • Monroe College Corporate Partnership -  20% Tuition Reduction    

 

  


Contact US

CRF- Icahn House: 718 - 299- 3819

Office Hours

Monday - Friday: 9am - 5pm

Saturday - Sunday: Closed