Hester Street (HST) worked with LISC and the Institute for Community Living (ICL) to facilitate community engagement to create an integrated Health Hub to serve the neighborhoods of East New York, Cypress Hills and Brownsville. ICL’s new Health Hub will be located on Atlantic Avenue at the border of Brooklyn’s East New York and Brownsville neighborhoods. ICL has been providing services to these highly distressed communities for the past 30 years. With construction slated to begin in 2017 and finish by 2019, ICL plans to consolidate its existing neighborhood-based services in the new building. In addition to improving both efficiency and effectiveness of service administration, coordination and delivery, the new Health Hub offers the opportunity to expand current services and develop new programs – to become the kind of neighborhood resource that supports all facets of community health and well-being. The two major objectives of the HUB are to provide integrated primary care and mental health services and build intervention program capacity to identify and respond to at-risk patients in the community. The Health Hub will allow ICL to increase services and outreach to an estimated additional 3,200 clients annually. This will ensure that, including its current clients, ICL will serve close to 7,000 clients every year.