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Below are 14 shelters for homeless in Richmond, NY County.

Covenant House New York - Staten Island Community Resource Center
Staten Island, NY - 10301
(718) 876-9810

The Covenant House Mission statement helps us stay true to our calling as we serve homeless kids:We who recognize God's providence and fidelity to His people are dedicated to living out His covenant among ourselves and those children we serve, with absolute respect and unconditional love. That commitment calls us to serve suffering children of the street, and to protect and safeguard all children. Just as Christ in His humanity is the visible sign of God's presence among His people, so our efforts together in the covenant community are a visible sign that effects the presence of God, working through the Holy Spirit among ourselves and our kids

Project Hospitality - Drop-in Center
Staten Island, NY - 10302
(718) 448-1544

Project Hospitality, a private not-for-profit organization based in Staten Island, New York, provides comprehensive services for hungry and homeless and inadequately housed people, especially those who are living with multiple diagnoses such as HIV, substance use, and/or mental illness. As the only comprehensive homeless service provider in the borough of Staten Island, Project Hospitality serves more than 5,000 Staten Island residents each year.

Project Hospitality - Mhra Emergency/transitional Shelter (for People With Hiv/aids)
Staten Island, NY - 10302
(718) 876-7716

This is a 21-bed congregate emergency/transitional housing program for homeless single men and women with HIV/AIDS. Referrals are accepted from the Drop-In Center, HASA hotels, and Project Hospitality's Case Management programs or the HPA program. Services include life skills training, structured socialization activities, support groups, and meals. The average length of stay is approximately nine months. The overall goal is to place consumers living with HIV/AIDS into permanent housing. Most of the beds are located in Project Hospitality's  congregate residence. Alternate beds exist in local hotels / motels.

Project Hospitality - Neighborhood Homes (for Men)
Staten Island, NY - 10302
(718) 370-7825

Neighborhood Homes:This program, located in two townhouses in the community, offers transitional housing to 12 men in recovery from substance dependence. Residents are offered basic supportive counseling, case management, recovery support and recreational programming. They are assisted in applying for services to meet their concrete needs, including permanent housing. Residents of Neighborhood Homes also participate in outside clinical/medical programming as needed. The length of stay is up to 9 months, and individuals must be referred from a homeless service setting.

Project Hospitality - O'callaghan House (for The Mentally Ill)
Staten Island, NY - 10302
(718) 720-7885

O'Callaghan House is a 23-bed, licensed New York State Office of Mental Health, NY/NY, Level II, congregate transitional residence for mentally ill homeless men and women with histories of chemical dependency. Services include daily living skills, relapse prevention, anger management, medication management, and communication skills. External referrals are made for day treatment and self-help groups. The length of stay is a maximum of two years.

Project Hospitality - Shelter Plus Care
Staten Island, NY - 10302
(718) 448-1544

The Drop-In Center is a 24-hour center for homeless men and women ages 21+. It is the only entry point for shelter for homeless men and women on Staten Island. In addition to shelter, the Center offers basic services such as food, clothing, entitlement advocacy, and extensive on-site case management, mental health counseling, psychiatric care, nursing services, referral for chemical dependency treatment, and placement in a variety of housing settings. An on-site psychiatrist and nurse practitioner help to facilitate early intervention and treatment.

Project Hospitality - Transitional And Permanent Housing Program (for Individuals & Their Families With Hiv/aids)
Staten Island, NY - 10302
718227966214

The Transitional and Permanent Housing Program (TAP) assists 51 homeless individuals and or families living with HIV/AIDS to end their homelessness by providing transitional and permanent housing and treatment and support services (e.g., mental health services, counseling, treatment adherence, harm reduction) to help them achieve residential stability. Nine of the transitional units are located in a congretate residence. The remainder are located in scatter site apartments throughout Staten Island.

Project Hospitality - Tier Ii Homeless Family Shelter/hospitality House (for Women & Children)
Staten Island, NY - 10302
(718) 720-2239

This is the only homeless family shelter on Staten Island. Hospitality House is a congregate facility housing 46 homeless women, men and up to 105 children at any given time. The goal of Hospitality House is to stabilize the functioning of families and prepare them for independent living in the community. A variety of case management and counseling interventions are used to accomplish this goal. Referrals to Hospitality House come from New York City's Emergency Assistance Unit (EAU) in the Bronx. This program works collaboratively with the Legal Aid Society to assist domestic violence victims at Hospitality House and across the agency

Project Hospitality - Family Supported Apartment Program (for Women & Children)
Staten Island, NY - 10302
(718) 448-1544

Family Supported Housing Program:This is an apartment program for ten families with heads of household who have diagnoses of serious and persistent mental illnesses or MICA diagnoses. The program provides long-term, in-home clinical and support services in order to allow families to maintain residential stability. The estimated length of program participation is 2-3 years.

Project Hospitality - Scatter Site Program (for People With Aids)
Staten Island, NY - 10302
(718) 448-1544

The Scatter Site Program provides permanent housing for singles and families with an AIDS diagnosis which includes 40 housing units. Referrals are received directly from the HASA Housing Unit. Leases are held in Project Hospitality's name, and the apartments are fully furnished. Individuals may pay a monthly program fee, which is generally no greater than 30% of the net household income. Program services include intensive case management, service coordination, home and hospital visits, residence maintenance, transportation, and recreational activities.

Project Hospitality - New Beginnings Housing Program (for Individuals & Families With Aids/hiv)
Staten Island, NY - 10302
(718) 227-9662

The "New Beginnings" Housing Program provides 24 permanent scatter-site housing units for individuals and families living with HIV/AIDS. In addition to their medical diagnosis, 66% of participants have a co-occurring diagnosis of serious and persistent mental illness (SPMI)/serious emotional disturbance (SED) for children, and/or a substance dependence diagnosis. Scatter-site apartments are located on Staten Island; however, referrals to the program may come from citywide organizations and HASA. Individuals learn skills in negotiating tenant-landlord relations and in being good community neighbors, access medical services to promote efficient management of health care and corresponding medication regimens, and begin to normalize the use of mental health and psychiatric care, thus reducing the harmful effects of stigmatization. Services include service planning and coordination, apartment finding, apartment viewing and lease negotiations, permanent housing placement, counseling and assessment and service planning for adults and families

Project Hospitality - Supported Apartment Programs
Staten Island, NY - 10302
(718) 448-1544

These programs contain 30 residential beds and provide long-term housing in single and double occupancy apartments throughout Staten Island for individuals with histories of mental illness, chemical dependency, and homelessness (for NY/NY beds). Program services include rent subsidy, case management, and social services. External referrals are made where appropriate. This is a Level I housing program. In order to be eligible, individuals should able to function independently in the following skill areas: money management, medication management, self-care, Activities of Daily Living (ADLs), and travel. Individuals work to develop vocational skills and work readiness or find part/full-time employment.

Project Hospitality - Transitional And Permanent Housing Program (for Individuals & Their Families With Hiv/aids)
Staten Island, NY - 10302
(718) 227-9662

The Transitional and Permanent Housing Program (TAP) assists 51 homeless individuals and or families living with HIV/AIDS to end their homelessness by providing transitional and permanent housing and treatment and support services (e.g., mental health services, counseling, treatment adherence, harm reduction) to help them achieve residential stability. Nine of the transitional units are located in a congretate residence. The remainder are located in scatter site apartments throughout Staten Island.

Project Hospitality - Family Supported Apartment Program (for Women & Children)
Staten Island, NY - 10302
(718) 720-2294

This is an apartment program for ten families with heads of household who have diagnoses of serious and persistent mental illnesses or MICA diagnoses. The program provides long-term, in-home clinical and support services in order to allow families to maintain residential stability. The estimated length of program participation is 2-3 years.

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