For non-Health Department services in the Health Action Center buildings, such as medical clinics and IDNYC, please call the program directly for specific instructions.
The NYC Health Department's Neighborhood Health Action Centers in Brownsville, East Harlem, and Tremont provide a variety of resources and programs to serve residents’ health needs.
These neighborhood assets bring together health care providers, New York City agencies, and community-based organizations and programs under one roof. The Action Centers make connecting to programs and services more efficient by providing a one-stop shop for community residents. They also provide community groups with space for community organizing and planning.
You can go to an Action Center for:
Primary care, mental health care and, in some cases, dental care
Referrals to a network of neighborhood resources
Health and wellness classes, workshops and activities
Community space for individuals and groups to work and coordinate strategies that advance neighborhood health