Community Health Action of Staten Island (CHASI) breaks down the barriers to care. We provide access to an extensive range of high-quality behavioral health care and social support services — all coordinated and tailored to your needs. CHASI is bringing communities back to health.
CHASI provides extensive health services for individuals and groups, including free HIV and hepatitis C testing, workshops for managing chronic illness, and safer sex education.
CHASI offers services to men and women returning to the community after incarceration.
CHASI can help you figure out where to begin after an HIV diagnosis or where to pick up if you are re-entering treatment.
CHASI operates a syringe exchange program, provides education and care for active drug users, and offers connections to information and treatment for users and families.
CHASI Mobile Health Units travel throughout Staten Island, delivering high quality nursing care, health assessments, HIV tests, assistance with Health Insurance and SNAP applications, and Hurricane Sandy relief-related services right in your neighborhood.
Get healthy, nutritious food for you and your family at the CHASI Food Pantry in Port Richmond.
We have programs to help you heal after domestic violence. Services are available tailored for families, LGBTQ survivors, and for people involved in the criminal justice system.
CHASI offers addiction treatment services and help for alcohol-related driving convictions.
CHASI can help you coordinate your health care, engage in supportive primary care and avoid unnecessary Emergency Room visits and hospitalizations.