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NEW HOPE PARTNERS
Animal Care & Control of New York City (AC&C) is the largest companion animal organization in the Northeast, caring for more than 40,000 animals each year. As a not-for-profit organization AC&C has been under contract with the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene to be responsible for New York City's municipal shelter system since 1995, rescuing, caring for, and finding loving homes for homeless and abandoned animals in New York City. AC&C operates facilities in all five boroughs, with care centers located in Manhattan, Brooklyn and Staten Island and pet receiving centers in Queens and the Bronx.
The Purpose of New Hope
The New Hope program is AC&C’s proactive community initiative aimed at finding homes for New York City's unwanted pet population. To accomplish this, AC&C establishes and cultivates mutually-beneficial and productive relationships with cat, dog and exotic animal placement organizations that assist and partner with AC&C in placing animals, many of which may require specialized medical care or behavior training. New Hope partners take ownership of AC&C animals and care for them in shelters, foster homes, boarding facilities, and/or their own private facilities prior to placing them in permanent homes through their own adoption processes.
AC&C employs New Hope staff to serve as direct contacts for New Hope partners, to respond to inquires about animals of interest, to communicate information about animals most in need of placement, and to ultimately process the final placement of animals with partner organizations. The Placement Supervisor oversees, develops and updates the New Hope program placement guidelines & processes, responds to questions regarding the New Hope program, reviews and approves New Hope partner applications, and serves as the point person for communicating and responding to any problems.
Surrendering a dog can be an emotional and difficult decision to make. If you are considering surrender, please visit our Surrender Center to learn about the options and resources available to you.