Human Resources Administration (HRA) Updates

Human Resources Administration (HRA) Updates

Human Resources Administration (HRA) Updates

 

February 9, 2021

FOR WECARE:

Coronavirus (COVID-19) alert

The Human Resources Administration (HRA) is trying to eliminate, whenever possible, the need for clients to come in person to HRA or our program offices.

Voluntary telephonic clinical assessments are available to clients who are referred to the Wellness, Comprehensive Assessment, Rehabilitation and Employment (WeCARE) program. Negative action will not be taken on your case if you choose to not participate in the clinical assessment.

All scheduled in-person appointments have been cancelled until further notice.

FOR SUCAP and CMS

Coronavirus (COVID-19) alert

The Human Resources Administration (HRA) is trying to eliminate, whenever possible, the need for clients to come in person to HRA and our program offices.

Voluntary telephonic substance use assessments are still available. Negative action will not be taken on your case if you choose to not participate in the clinical assessment.

All scheduled in-person appointments have been cancelled until further notice.

FOR CMS

Coronavirus (COVID-19) alert

The Human Resources Administration (HRA) is trying to eliminate, whenever possible, the need for clients to come in person to HRA and our program offices.

Voluntary telephonic substance use assessments and case management services are still available. Negative action will not be taken on your case if you choose to not participate in the clinical assessment.

All scheduled in-person appointments have been cancelled until further notice.

FOR RISE

Coronavirus (COVID-19) alert

The Human Resources Administration (HRA) is trying to eliminate, whenever possible, the need for clients to come in person to HRA offices.

Voluntary telephonic services are still available to clients who are in the RISE program

All scheduled in-person appointments have been cancelled until further notice.

Remembering Jim Dwyer

Remembering Jim Dwyer

The Fedcap Group joins New York City in mourning the passing of Pulitzer-Prize-winning journalist Jim Dwyer. View his obituary on The New York Times website.

We were honored to speak with Mr. Dwyer in 2010 when he wrote “Descent Into Slavery, and a Ladder to Another Life,” the story of Jose Gutierrez, who now works with us.

Thank you, Mr. Dwyer, for your service to journalism.