Acacia Network

In 2017, Seedco became an affiliate of the Acacia Network, one of the leading human services organizations in New York City and the largest Hispanic-led nonprofit in the state. Acacia Network and its affiliates provide integrated, culturally-competent, and trauma-informed services to more than 150,000 individuals in New York City and beyond through: Primary Care; Mental Health and Addiction Services; Residential Treatment for At-Risk Populations; Affordable and Supportive Housing; Transitional Housing; Early Childhood Education; Afterschool Programs and Youth Development; Senior Services; Workforce Development; Arts and Culture, and more.

Primary Care

Acacia Network’s Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs) serve more than 12,000 patients every year, providing integrated, culturally-responsive care to individuals of all ages.

Behavioral Health

Acacia Network’s Behavioral Care and Addiction Programs include Outpatient Mental Health Services, Outpatient Substance Use Services, Detox & Rehab, and Residential Care.

Senior Services

The Acacia Network affiliate, the Institute for Puerto Rican/Hispanic Elderly (IPRHE), serves more than 2,500 seniors annually.

Affordable & Supportive Housing

More than 4,000 families are housed every year through Acacia Network’s affordable and supportive housing portfolio, which spans across New York State.

Education & Youth Development

Acacia Network’s centers serve more than 5,000 families, including 2,600 young people ages 3-18.

Workforce Development

As an affiliate of the Acacia Network, Seedco connects thousands of individuals to employment opportunities, professional development, and external resources.

Homeless Shelters

Acacia Network is one of the largest providers of transitional housing in New York City, serving over 7,500 individuals.

Arts & Culture

The Acacia Network affiliate, Loisaida, provides year-round arts programming to diverse audiences across the City, and produces the annual Loisaida Festival.

Food Distribution

Acacia Network food pantries and soup kitchens provide meals and groceries to thousands of families in need.

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