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Below are 18 shelters for homeless in New York, NY County.

Grand Central Neighborhood Social Services Corporation
New York, NY - 10016
(212) 883-0680

The Bowery Mission - Discipleship Institute (for Men)
New York, NY - 10002
18001

At The Bowery Mission Discipleship Institute, 82 men live in a dormitory together, working to break destructive habits and preparing for lives of wholeness and lasting productivity through: One-on-one and group counseling sessions with counselors who model Godly character.Addiction recovery and family restoration curricula.Career Center offering one-on-one tutoring, remedial education and GED preparation, computer skills training, vocational training and job preparation.Participation in the daily tasks of running The Bowery Mission facility and programs, which teach responsibility, accountability, and joy of giving back.Daily worship, prayer and Bible studies that put men in touch with their Creator and God’s purpose for their lives.

The Bowery Mission - Transitional Center (for Men)
New York, NY - 10009
18001

The Bowery Mission Transitional Center is the result of a groundbreaking partnership between New York City’s Department of Homeless Services and The Bowery Mission.  Our highly successful 6-to-9 month program is designed to transition formerly homeless drug-addicted men into independent living.  Residents participate in counseling, addiction recovery, career education and training at our on-site career center, and work experience both in-house and then off-site.  77 men can participate in the program at one time, living in single-room occupancy units

The Bowery Mission - Women's Center At Heartsease Home (for Women)
New York, NY - 10002
18001

The Bowery Mission Women’s Center at Heartsease Home is committed to the vision of a safe home where a woman without shelter, without hope and without an advocate can find spiritual, emotional and physical restoration.  Our program is the only faith-based residential recovery program for homeless women in Manhattan.

New York City Rescue Mission - Residential Recovery Program (for Men)
New York, NY - 10013
(212) 226-6214

This Bible-based 9 to 12 month Residential Recovery Program is designed to help men achieve lasting change by addressing problems such as alcoholism, drug addiction, social alienation, physical and emotional abuse. The program ministers to the whole person and pays close attention to the broken spirit that lies beneath life circumstances.

New York City Rescue Mission - Graduate Transitional Center (for Men)
New York, NY - 10013
(212) 226-6214

In the Career & Learning Center, we offer a variety of courses for program participants: General Life Skills; Remedial Reading; Writing Skills; Advanced Writing; Financial Planning; Typing and Desktop Publishing. In addition, both staff and volunteer instructors assist residents with resume writing, job interviewing, telephone skills and computer training.

Good Shepherd Services - Marian Hall Residence (for Girls)
New York, NY - 10003
(212) 475-4245

Community Group Residence:Marian Hall, our community group residence, serves teenage girls who are unable to live at home and have been referred by the New York City Administration for Children’s Services. The residence is an open setting, where the young women are able to come and go to school or jobs in the community, maintain regular contact with their families and participate in social activities, while still being a safe and structured environment where they comprehensive services to resolve the problems that led to placement and prepare them for independent adulthood. These services include individual, group and family therapy, job readiness activities, educational and vocational counseling, medical care, mentoring and recreational activities.

Good Shepherd Services - St. Helena’s Residence (for Girls)
New York, NY - 10023
(212) 541-9747

St. Helena's Reunion :Amid the greetings and the catching up and the introductions of partners and offspring, one sentiment rang out over and over again at the reunion for St. Helena's Community Group Residence - that it was like coming home. Since 1969, St. Helena's has provided group residential care for adolescent girls unable to live at home. Recently, approximately thirty alumnae gathered with current and former St. Helena's staff for dinner and reminiscing. St. Helena's full history was represented, with women who had lived in the residence during the 1970s all the way up to women who were just discharged last year. Many alumnae brought their families, as well as photographs from their St. Helena's days. "The energy was just wonderful," says Harriet Mauer, Good Shepherd's Director of Social Services, who has been part of our residential staff for over thirty years, "It was like a family reunion."

Good Shepherd Services - Euphrasian Residence (for Girls)
New York, NY - 10003
(212) 475-4245

Rapid Intervention Center:Euphrasian Residence, our Rapid Intervention Center, serves teenage girls in crisis who have been referred by the New York City Administration for Children’s Services. The young women receive a comprehensive psychological, psychiatric, medical and educational evaluation by professional staff to fully assess their needs and determine the best possible long-term solution for continued care. During a short term stay, residents attend school on-site, and participate in a variety of therapeutic, social and recreational activities.

Good Shepherd Services - Chelsea Foyer At The Christopher
New York, NY - 10011
(646) 485-3900

Supportive Housing :The Chelsea Foyer at the Christopher provides supportive housing to young adults in their late teens or early twenties who have aged out of the child welfare system, are homeless, or at risk of homelessness. Based on a successful European model, our Foyer program was one of the first of its kind in the United States, and the very first Foyer anywhere to specialize in serving former foster care youth. The young men and women live semi-independently, in studio apartments or suites, while receiving a holistically integrated continuum of services to help them gain the competencies and confidence necessary for long-term self-sufficiency. Case management services are offered on-site, as are linkages to rigorous job training and placement, educational and life skills development

Grand Central Neighborhood Social Services Corporation
New York, NY - 10016
(212) 883-0680

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Harlem United Community Aids Center - Transitional Housing Program I
New York, NY - 10027
(212) 531-1300

Harlem United is a community-based organization providing a unique continuum of care. We integrate socially and economically disenfranchised people into a healthy and healing community. We also offer our clients access to a full range of medical, social, and supportive services. The majority of our clients are people living with HIV/AIDS whose diagnoses are often complicated by addiction, mental illness, and homelessness. Many have also faced significant barriers to care due to poverty, race, HIV status, and sexual or gender identity.

Harlem United Community Aids Center - Transitional Housing Program Ii
New York, NY - 10027
(212) 531-1300

Harlem United is a community-based organization providing a unique continuum of care. We integrate socially and economically disenfranchised people into a healthy and healing community. We also offer our clients access to a full range of medical, social, and supportive services. The majority of our clients are people living with HIV/AIDS whose diagnoses are often complicated by addiction, mental illness, and homelessness. Many have also faced significant barriers to care due to poverty, race, HIV status, and sexual or gender identity.

Help Usa - Help Supportive Employment Center At Wards Island
New York, NY - 10035
(212) 534-3866

The HELP Supportive Employment Center (HELP-SEC) at Wards Island houses 200 homeless single adults who must be either employed or employable. The program focuses on pairing clients with appropriate housing and vocational training resources and opportunities with an ultimate goal of positioning clients for economic self-sufficiency and independent living. After-care services are provided for all clients who transition into housing for a minimum of six (6) months after discharge. 

Help Usa - Help Harbor
New York, NY - 10004
(212) 400-7000

HELP Harbor was the first HELP USA transitional residential facility exclusively devoted to serving victims of domestic violence. HELP Harbor offers housing for 53 families, serving a maximum of 181 clients.HELP Harbor does not discriminate against male victims of domestic violence, though 99.9 percent of its clients are women.

Grand Central Neighborhood Social Services Corporation
New York, NY - 10016
(212) 883-0680

Harlem United Community Aids Center - Women And Children Housing (for Women & Children)
New York, NY - 10027
(212) 222-8540

HUD Supportive Housing Program for Families provides 22 units of permanent independent housing attached to support services to single women living with HIV/AIDS who have custody of one or more children. The head of household must be either an adult female who is registered with HASA or an undocumented HIV positive female who was previously homeless before entering the program. All residents are required to pay 30% of their income towards rent or be reliant on Public Assistance as the sole source of income. This program has the capacity to serve English and Spanish-speaking residents.

Help Usa - Help Genesis Rfk Apartments
New York, NY - 10003
(646) 619-9970

Built in 1995, Genesis RFK Apartments at Union  Square, became HELP USA's first permanent residential high-rise community for low-income families in Manhattan. Genesis RFK provides 94 units of housing, as well as programs and services to the residents and community.

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