Coalition Work and Partners

SNP partners with many social justice and social service organizations. Working together, we tackle problems that can seem insurmountable on our own. Below is a list of just some of the coalitions with whom we work.

  • The Safety Net Project is a proud member of the Right to Counsel Coalition, a coalition of advocates, tenants, academics and legal services providers who support a right to counsel for low-income tenants who face eviction in NYC.
  • The Safety Net Project’s Nutrition Outreach and Education Program Coordinator is part of a state-wide network of outreach workers focused on SNAP access and enrollment.
  • The Safety Net Project serves on the Steering Committee of the Legal Advocacy Project (LEAP), a legal advocacy coalition comprised of eighteen civil legal services providers who work collaboratively to increase the availability, breadth and depth of civil legal services for low-income New Yorkers.

My first experience with Public Assistance was actually working for them. After losing my father, however, I became seriously depressed and subsequently became homeless.
– Peter

Stories of Resilience


We welcome your questions and comments

Main Office

40 Rector Street
New York, NY 10006

Telephone: 646.602.5600



M-F: 9:00AM-6:00PM

The Safety Net Project does not conduct client intake at our Rector Street Office. For information about our services and walk-in clinics, check out our legal clinic flyer.