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Introducing NMIC’s Newly Appointed Board of Directors

We are delighted to introduce three exceptional individuals who have joined our board of directors. Each brings a wealth of experience and dedication to our mission, having previously served on NMIC’s Advisory Board. Please extend a warm welcome to Pia Catton, Chelsea Jupin, and Morgan Siegel, LMHC! Pia Catton is a fundraising professional who specializes

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Exciting News: 3% COLA for NYC Human Service Workers Thanks to #JustPay!

The #JustPay campaign was launched in 2021 to raise wages and improve working conditions for essential human services workers. Women of color constitute 46% of the workforce, 66% are overwhelmingly female, and roughly two-thirds of all full-time human services workers had earnings below the City’s near-poverty threshold. At the City level,

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Today, We Turn 45!

Today marks a milestone in the history of NMIC as we celebrate our 45th anniversary. For over four decades, we have been steadfastly dedicated to enhancing the well-being of our community and have expanded our free services to focus on six core areas: housing, immigration, benefits & finance, health, education &

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Check Out NMIC’s 2025 Budget and Legislative Priorities

Nearly two million New Yorkers, including one in four children, face the harsh reality of living in poverty. According to the Robin Hood Foundation, a staggering 56% of the city’s population is struggling with either poverty or low incomes, which highlights the urgent need for action.   NMIC is committed to

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Exploring Black Art and Mental Health: Celebrating Black History Month

As we commemorate Black History Month, we proudly embrace this year’s theme, “African Americans and the Arts, ” which emphasizes the profound influence of African American culture across various artistic domains. From literature to visual arts, Black creators have used creativity to preserve history, amplify voices, and cultivate healing within their

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Ringing in the New Year with Purpose

In the spirit of January, a month that brings a feeling of renewal, let’s embrace the opportunities ahead with hope and determination. The challenges of 2023, including a mental health crisis, a scarcity of affordable housing, and a growing number of families facing food insecurity, have only fueled our commitment

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