213 Johnson Avenue, Brooklyn, NY

We’re Open Monday – Friday | 8:30AM – 5:00PM


Frequently Asked Questions

Please read our FAQ before sending us a message.

We are not a medical clinic, however, we do have a Board Certified Physician in house on Scheduled days. Please call ahead for scheduling information.

Yes. La Nueva Esperanza offers counseling services for those in need who are affected by HIV/AIDS and or Opioid Addiction.

Yes. La Nueva Esperanza Offers a Nutrition Food Program. It is an 18 month program. Intake and assessment of individual needs and gathering of demographic and personal data is necessary for nutrition and services planning. The patient must provide proper documentation. We offer Congregate Meals, Pantry Bags, Home Delivered Meals and Nutritional Group/Individual Counseling to all individuals.

Yes. La Nueva Esperanza carries Narcan at it’s facilities which can be provided to you upon request.

La Nueva Esperanza offers Prevention Education, Supportive Counseling and Food Nutrition services to those in need. We are not a treatment facility, however, we are affiliated with many treatment facilities and can help get you setup in one. Please inquire for more information.

Yes. Our doors are always open to the public. Our goal is to help educate and support those in need and find related services for those individuals.

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