CSS is an informed, independent, and unwavering voice for positive action on behalf of more than 3 million low-income New Yorkers. CSS draws on a 170-year history of excellence in addressing the root causes of economic disparity through research, advocacy, litigation, and innovative program models that strengthen and benefit all New Yorkers. CSS is committed to the goal of increasing access to quality, affordable health coverage as a means to improve individual and community health outcomes, promote health equity, and alleviate barriers to employment.
ICAN consists of staff at CSS, as well as a network of other nonprofit organizations around New York state. Our network includes the following outstanding organizations, selected for their proven track record of educating and advocating for older adults and people with disabilities:
- Action for Older Persons
- ACR Health
- Bronx Works
- Center for Independence of the Disabled, NY
- Korean Community Services
- Legal Aid Society of Northeastern NY
- Legal Assistance of Western New York
- Medicare Rights Center
- Nassau/Suffolk Law Services Committee
- Neighborhood Legal Services
- New York Legal Assistance Group
- Southern Adirondack Independent Living
- South Asian Council for Social Services
- Urban Justice Center
- Westchester Disabled On the Move
- Western New York Independent Living
When you call ICAN, you may reach an expert health counselor at CSS or any of these other organizations. Our network of organizations helps us reach people throughout New York state, as well as support ICAN by developing training materials, conducting community education programs, and providing technical assistance to health counselors.
ICAN’s staff at CSS are:
- David Silva, Program Director
- Carrie S. Zoubul, Associate Program Director
- Jane O’Sullivan, Quality Assurance Manager
- Rosalina Gonzalez, Health Counselor
- Madelyne Hidalgo, Health Counselor
- Anne Kelsey, Health Attorney
- Vladimir Levin, Health Counselor
- Alita Tulsi, Health Attorney
The ICAN website was created and is maintained by Imaginary Office.
Note: ICAN is not part of the New York State Medicaid program or any other government agency. The opinions, results, findings and/or interpretations of data contained on this website are the responsibility of CSS and do not necessarily represent the opinions, interpretations or policy of the State.