Care For the Homeless (CFH) was one of the pioneering National Health Care for the Homeless projects funded by two large foundations in 1985. The program was so successful in New York City and the other 18 pilot cities that in 1987, the federal government used it as the basis for the federal Health Care for the Homeless (HCH) Program, which now has more than 250 grantees. CFH is one of the largest HCH programs in the country and is considered among the very best. CFH is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization and is a Federally Qualified Health Center (330h) with a mission to fight homelessness by delivering high-quality and client-centered healthcare, human services and shelter to homeless individuals and families, and by advocating for policies to ameliorate, prevent and end homelessness. CFH provides integrated services to homeless persons and families in New York State licensed Article 28 health centers, including primary care, mental health services, behavioral health services, HIV services, health education, oral health care, and podiatry. CFH also operates two transitional residences for 320 mentally ill and medically-frail women. CFH maintains an active advocacy and policy team that both monitors and leads city, state and federal policy initiatives that impact health care and housing for homeless individuals. We are distinguished from others in the homeless health care sector by: 1) being the largest provider of services with 26 locations and is growing, with the goal of developing a comprehensive ambulatory care network for homeless and unstably housed people throughout 4 NYC boroughs; and 2) providing the same high-quality health care to homelessness individuals as those who are not experiencing homelessness receive.