Enhancing the lives of economically disadvantaged patients in need of long-term medical care in New York City.

What We Do

Angelica offers recreational, educational, cultural and social programs that engage, stimulate, and promote community among the patient population.  Most of our programs are based on the suggestions and recommendations of the patient committees who meet with us on a regular basis.

“Many of our programs offer opportunities to participate in activities like playing dominoes, learning to paint, going to a baseball game or singing at a party.  It’s amazing how simple things can make a difference in someone’s life.”

— Trisha Duval, FOUNDER

 

Our Mission

The mission of the Angelica Patient Assistance Program is two-fold: to improve the lives of economically disadvantaged patients and residents in need of long-term medical care and to support long-term public medical care facilities in New York City.

 

1,500

Number of NYC long term care facility residents served by Angelica 

$125,000

Amount raised in 2016 to support programs, special events, and the purchase of equipment at hospitals

12

Years of service and programming to benefit disadvantaged New Yorkers

This video was taken at an event celebrating the opening of our Coler Hospital art show and the launch of podcasts done by our OPEN DOORS poets.

Angelica is a 501(c) (3) charity that raises funds from family, friends and a network of individuals who are interested in human services in general and disabled populations in particular. Some funding comes from corporate matching gift programs and corporate volunteer recognition programs.

To date, we have received grants from a number of foundations, including the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation, the Craig H. Neilsen Foundation and the Liquidnet Local Impact Challenge.