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Kings (11)
Monroe (3)
Nassau (2)
New York (18)
Oneida (2)
Onondaga (9)
Rensselaer (8)
Richmond (14)
Schenectady (3)
Suffolk (1)
Westchester (13)

Latest Update to New York Homeless Shelters database:

Rescue Mission Alliance Of Syracuse - New Life Day Center
Syracuse, NY - 13202
(315) 472-6251

Since 1887, the Rescue Mission has served people in need in Central New York.Beginning as an outreach to Erie Canal workers and the community that formed around them, we have been here to help through war and peace, economic booms and recessions, even the Great Depression.

Covenant House New York - Brooklyn Community Resource Center
Brooklyn, NY - 11206
(718) 452-6730

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

Covenant House New York - Queens Community Resource Center
Queens, NY - 11432
(718) 725-9851

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

Covenant House New York - Bronx Community Resource Center
Bronx, NY - 10452
(718) 294-7812

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

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

Rochester Area Interfaith Hospitality Network - Day Center
Rochester, NY - 14607
(585) 506-9050

The Rochester Interfaith Hospitality Network is a non-profit 501 (c)3 corporation established in Rochester New York, USA and is registered with the New York State Charity Bureau under #20-39-38.

Compass House - Compass House Emergency Shelter (for Ages 12 To 17)
Buffalo, NY - 14209
(716) 886-0935

Since 1972, Compass House has made the difference between homelessness and hope in the lives of Western New York youth.  Our mission?  To provide runaway, homeless and street youth with safe shelter and services, through a voluntary and mutually agreed-upon process, in an environment that supports dignity, respect and self-reliance.  In a context where young people live in unsafe homes, on the edge of homelessness and with few options, we consider our mission a vital one.  For nearly four decades, Compass House stands as one of the nation’s oldest shelter and service providers for young men and young women, offering shelter, counseling, and so much more.  From a warm bed and hot meals to caring words, Compass House is here when you need us, 24-hours a day, and 365 days a year.  In 2009 alone, we provided 3,074 days of care to 348 runaway and homeless youth. All of our services are voluntary, confidential and free.

Gay & Lesbian Youth Services - Drop-in Center (for Ages 14 To 21)
Buffalo, NY - 14202
(716) 855-0221

Mission Statement-The GLYS mission is to provide an accepting environment to enhance the personal growth of gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgendered and questioning youth in Western New York. GLYS advocates for community awareness and acceptance of young people of all sexual orientations and gender identities.

Restoration Society - Harbor House Drop-in Center (for Mentally Ill)
Buffalo, NY - 14203
(716) 842-4184

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Grand Central Neighborhood Social Services Corporation
New York, NY - 10016
(212) 883-0680
Bethesda House Of Schenectady
Schenectady, NY - 12305
(518) 374-7873
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.

The Salvation Army Of The Syracuse Area - Barnabas Center (for Ages 10 To 21)
Syracuse, NY - 13202
(315) 475-1688

The Salvation Army, an international movement, is an evangelical part of the universal Christian Church. Its message is based on the Bible. Its ministry is motivated by the love of God. Its mission is to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet human needs in His name without discrimination.

Buffalo City Mission - Men's Center (for Men)
Buffalo, NY - 14203
(716) 854-8181

Our Men’s Community Center, located at 100 E. Tupper Street, houses our emergency dorm and recovery program for men. Each night, 182 homeless men can find refuge from life on the streets. Here, they can leave behind their troubled pasts, filled with addiction, violence and poverty, and grow in Christ with the encouragement and support of our staff and volunteers. Here, they can rebuild their lives.

Buffalo City Mission - Cornerstone Manor (for Women & Children)
Buffalo, NY - 14203
(716) 852-0761

Buffalo City Mission’s Cornerstone Manor sits at the corner of North and Michigan. The spacious building provides emergency shelter for up to 16 single women and 5 families seeking protection from city streets or an abusive relationship. Up to 12 families and 46 single women can find hope and healing in the facility’s two-year resident recovery program.

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.

Open Door Mission - Christian Life Residency Program
Rochester, NY - 14608
(585) 454-6696

This program is designed for individuals who abuse alcohol and/or other drugs, or whose life has become increasingly out of their own control due to various behaviors or situations (homelessness, addictions, spiritual brokenness, etc.)

City Mission Of Schenectady - Discipleship Program (for Men)
Schenectady, NY - 12305
(518) 346-2275

Within the framework of the Gospel of Jesus Christ, the Men’s “Turning Point” Program seeks to promote the personal wholeness and self-sufficiency of adult men by ministering to their spiritual, emotional, educational, vocational, and physical needs. By identifying and addressing these issues, we endeavor to equip residents to achieve spiritual recovery and maintain self-sufficiency

City Mission Of Schenectady - The Family Life Center (for Women & Children)
Schenectady, NY - 12305
(518) 346-2275

Within the framework of the Gospel of Jesus Christ, the “Family Life Center” Women’s/Children’s Program seeks to promote the personal wholeness and self-sufficiency of families and single women by ministering to their spiritual, emotional, educational/vocational and physical needs. By identifying and addressing these issues, we endeavor to equip residents to achieve and maintain self-sufficiency.

Rescue Mission Alliance Of Syracuse - Crossroads (for Men)
Syracuse, NY - 13202
(315) 472-6251

A home where men can work through personal challenges while receiving support and encouragement.

Rescue Mission Alliance Of Syracuse - New Begginings (for Men)
Syracuse, NY - 13202
(315) 472-6251
Rescue Mission Of Utica - Enriched Living Center (for The Mentally Ill)
Utica, NY - 13501
315735164512

he Enriched Living Center is a New York State licensed, 52-single room residential program for adult men and women with mental illness.

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

Madonna Heights Services - Marydale (for Girls, Young Women & Children)
Babylon, NY - 11702
(631) 661-6587
Covenant House New York - Rights Of Passage (for Ages 18 To 21 & Children)
Manhattan, NY - 10011
(800) 388-3888

Our Rights of Passage (ROP) transitional living program addresses the long term housing needs of our young people. ROP provides homeless teenagers and young adults (18-21), with a stable home for up to eighteen months. Its goal is to provide an environment that mirrors the reality of independent living but allows young people the opportunity to make mistakes without ending up back on the streets. The Program also provides transitional housing services to young single mothers and their children.

Chips - Frances Residency Program (for Women & Infants)
Brooklyn, NY - 11217
(718) 237-2962

Thanks to the Frances Residency Program, many mothers in a position such as Maristella now have a better chance making it through this difficult period in their lives. The Frances Residency Program is a transitional home for nine prenatal and postnatal homeless women and their infants. The women can stay up to twelve months while they are working toward self-reliance and the acquisition of permanent housing.

Providence House - Transitional Residences (for Women & Children)
Brooklyn, NY - 11221
(718) 455-0197

Transitional Residences and Apartments:Five group residences, located in Brooklyn, Queens and Westchester, provide transitional housing and support to homeless, formerly incarcerated and abused women and their children. Our professional staff connects women to support services in the community, assists with basic life skills and helps with obtaining permanent housing. A core community of religious sisters and staff live in four of these residences and participate in everyday life with the women and families.

Providence House - Parole Resource Centers (for Women & Babies)
Brooklyn, NY - 11221
(718) 455-0197

Parole Independent Living Residence:Our sixth transitional residence houses women on parole who have graduated from our re-entry program. This residence provides recent parolees a temporary and affordable place to live, while they strive to find employment, attend job training or educational courses, and save enough money for a permanent apartment of their own.

The Franciscan Center - Transitional Shelter (for Ages 16 To 20)
Buffalo, NY - 14210
(716) 822-8017

The Transitional Independent Living Program provides free housing for males 16 to 20 years old who find themselves homeless due to family crisis, lack of affordable housing or do not have the basic abilities to be self sufficient.  Our adult staff  teach Life Skills and Life Steps to residents in our  home-like setting, giving them a  holistic approach to help the youth grow in Body, Mind and Spirit. It allows youth up to 18 months to develop skills and attributes that will help them to become independent, while furthering their education and working on more long-term goals.

Community Services For The Developmentally Disabled - Individual Residential Alternatives Ira
Kenmore, NY - 14217
716877111124

Community Services offers a Transitional Residence for people with developmental disabilities who are homeless according to HUD standards. The unique home offers both a supervised, group-style setting and two supervised apartments for people who are seeking more independence. Our team assists residents in gaining skills to avoid the cycle of homelessness. Although a resident has the maximum of a two year stay, the team will work closely with the individual to formulate a person centered plan based on their needs regardless of the length of stay. A safe discharge plan will be designed for long-term stability and success.

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.

Lutheran Social Lutheran Social Services - Bergen Street Residenc
Bkyln, NY - 11217
(718) 625-3131

The Lutheran Social Services of New York family of organizations (“LSSNY”) include Lutheran Social Services of New York, Lutheran Social Services of Metropolitan New York, The New LIFE School, Lutheran Family & Community Services, Muhlenberg Residence, HDFC, Bergen Street, HDFC, and The Ammerman Center for Creative Aging, Inc.. At LSSNY, we respect your privacy and are committed to protecting personal information you may share with us.  No personally identifiable information is collected from individuals unless they provide it to us voluntarily and knowingly

Lutheran Social Services - Muhlenberg Residence (for Men)
Bkyln, NY - 11217
(718) 624-7222

The Lutheran Social Services of New York family of organizations (“LSSNY”) include Lutheran Social Services of New York, Lutheran Social Services of Metropolitan New York, The New LIFE School, Lutheran Family & Community Services, Muhlenberg Residence, HDFC, Bergen Street, HDFC, and The Ammerman Center for Creative Aging, Inc.. At LSSNY, we respect your privacy and are committed to protecting personal information you may share with us.  No personally identifiable information is collected from individuals unless they provide it to us voluntarily and knowingly

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.

The Salvation Army Of The Syracuse Area - Barnabas House (for Ages 16 To 21)
Syracuse, NY - 13205
(315) 475-9720

Barnabas House is a co-ed group facility offering short-term transitional housing for up to eight older homeless youth (four males and four females).  Youth may choose to live at Barnabas House for up to 6 months while working to resolve their own crises or preparing for their eventual independence. Of the 25 youth receiving housing each year, almost half are reunited with parents or family members upon discharge.

The Salvation Army Of The Syracuse Area - Barnabas Transitional Independent Living Program (for Young Men Ages 16 To 21)
Syracuse, NY - 13205
(315) 475-9744

Barnabas Apartments provide opportunities for seven homeless males to experience the full reality of living in their own apartments. Due to the severity and longevity of their homelessness, the youth that live in Barnabas Apartments typically do not have the option of reuniting with family members. These particular youth often remain involved in the program for up to 18 months, moving into the community upon discharge. Each year, approximately 15 youth reside at Barnabas Apartments.

The Salvation Army Of The Syracuse Area - Transitional Apartments And Parenting Center (for Prengant Or Parenting Women Ages 16 To 21)
Syracuse, NY - 13202
(315) 479-1330

The TAPC is a 24 unit apartment complex providing long-term transitional housing, case management and parenting classes for homeless, pregnant and parenting adolescent girls, ages 16-21 (and their children). The TAPC provides transitional housing and support services to more than 50 young women and their children annually, preventing the additional challenges and costs associated with homelessness, infant mortality, low birth weight and child abuse.

Unity House - Transitional Apartment Services (for Adults With Mental Illness)
Troy, NY - 12180
(518) 274-2607

The Unity House Transitional Apartment Services Program (TAS) provides safe, secure furnished apartments for adults with mental illness. Services are provided through home visits up to 7 days a week, based upon individual needs. TAS is regulated by the New York State Office of Mental Health (OMH).

Unity House - Supported Housing For Mental Illness (for Adults With Mental Illness)
Troy, NY - 12180
(518) 274-2607

Case Management Services works with both young adults and adults with mental illness and chemical abuse. Unity House staff meet with people to assess their service needs and provide case management services including making referrals and coordinating care. If the individual requires Unity House's Community Residence Services, the case manager continues to work with him/her in the community. Individuals may remain with family or in an independent apartment if they chose. Case managers provide direct service 1-3 times per week, based on an individual's need. The level of service is diverse and intensive and may include: independent living skills training, obtaining and maintaining housing, utilities and employment, coordinating with providers and connecting clients to community resources. Services continue on a time-limited basis until services are no longer needed.

Unity House - Supported Housing For Victims Of Domestic Violence (for Domestic Violence Victims)
Troy, NY - 12180
(518) 274-2607

The Supported Housing Program for victims of domestic violence provides comprehensive case management services including affordable housing and assistance in securing and maintaining safe permanent housing, home visits, life skills training, advocacy, referrals, legal services, support services, safety planning and individual counseling.

Unity House - Supported Housing For People Living With Hiv (for People With Hiv)
Troy, NY - 12180
(518) 274-2607

The Supported Housing Program for people living with HIV/AIDS provides intensive, family-centered case management services to HIV infected and high risk persons who are identified as having had difficulty accessing medical care and/or other services, and who require frequent personal contacts and/or home visitation to ensure their return for medical care and other needed services

Westhab Longview House
White Plains, NY - 10605
(914) 965-0445
Help Usa - Help I
Brooklyn, NY - 11207
(718) 498-4002

HELP I is a transitional housing facility for homeless families, serving 764 individuals in 191 family units. 

Help Brownsville Women's Center - Help Brownsville Women's Center (for Women)
Brooklyn, NY - 11233
(718) 345-3649

HELP USA was awarded a contract to operate the Brownsville Women's Center in 1996.  The Brownsville Women's Center provides dormitory-style transitional housing for 66 homeless single women with an emphasis on employment. The program philosophy is based in the multidisciplinary team approach with the resident being an active member of the team. The synergistic combination of therapeutic, educational, and supportive services provides a launching point for residents to rebuild their lives. Ongoing support helps maintain self-reliance. Each year, the Brownsville Women's Center exceeds the housing placement targets established by the Department of Homeless Services.

Help Usa - Help Women’s Center (for Women)
Brooklyn, NY - 11207
(718) 483-7700

HELP USA was awarded a contract to manage and operate the HELP Women's Center (formerly the Brooklyn Women's Shelter) in December 2005.  The HELP Women's Center serves single homeless women, age 18 and older. The HELP Women's Center has 40 transitional living beds and 135 assessment beds. The assessment center is designed to help clients create and implement a plan to move into transitional or permanent housing. All clients receive medical and psychiatric attention.

Help Usa - Help Bronx Crotona
Bronx, NY - 10460
(718) 583-1511

HELP Bronx Crotona Park North is a transitional housing facility serving a maximum of 96 families. Approximately 33 percent of the heads-of-household are employed. The average stay is 9 months.Since its inception in 1991, HELP Bronx Crotona Park North has served over 2,799 families. 100 percent have been placed into permanent housing. This facility's record of success makes it a federal government model for transitional housing.

Help Usa - Help Bronx Morris Avenue
Bronx, NY - 10457
(718) 583-0174

HELP Bronx Morris Avenue is a transitional housing facility which accommodates up to 212 families.80 percent of the families served here are headed by single mothers.Established in 1992, HELP Bronx Morris Avenue has served approximately 6,933 families.

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.

Help Usa - Westhelp Greenburgh
White Plains, NY - 10603
(914) 683-2559
Help Usa - Westhelp Mount Vernon
Mount Vernon, NY - 10550
(914) 665-5402

WestHELP Mount Vernon is a Permanent Housing facility for 46 families, located in South East of Mount Vernon, NY. This residence provides a broad range of services to formerly homeless families in effort to maintain independence. Additionally, the site provides support to the broader neighboring community through local providers

Help Usa - Help Suffolk
North Bellport, NY - 11735
(631) 286-2400

HELP Suffolk is a 76-unit transitional housing facility for homeless families housing a maximum of 100 adults and 200 children at any given time.  Units are available for people with disabilities.HELP Suffolk is the largest housing facility for the homeless on Long Island. The complex sits on seven acres of property and consists of four residential buildings, a community building, two playgrounds and a baseball field.

The Sharing Community - Broadway Manor
Yonkers, NY - 10702
(914) 476-4864

Broadway Manor:Newly-renovated historic building provides sixteen transitional and 10 permanent SRO-type rooms. Meals provided.

The Sharing Community - Travers House
Yonkers, NY - 10701
(914) 963-4063

Travers House:Twenty-three one-bedroom shared apartments; fourteen transitional and thirty permanent beds for single individuals. New construction.

Westhab - Transitional Housing
Elmsford, NY - 10523
(914) 345-2800

Westhab currently owns and/or manages 1,000 units of affordable housing in Westchester County and New York City, including: multi-family rental; homeownership; shelters for families and singles; and supportive housing for disabled veterans, seniors, homeless families, people in recovery from addiction, people living with mental illness, and victims of domestic violence. While our portfolio is largely comprised of Westhab-developed and owned housing, we also provide property and facilities management services for affordable housing developed and owned by for-profits and by other non-profit companies. We have a long history of maintaining quality properties that are well integrated with their surroundings and we make every effort to be a responsive landlord and neighbor.

Fessenden House (for Men)
Yonkers, NY - 10701
(914) 966-8051

Fessenden House provides a home for men who have nowhere else to turn.Our residents are men recovering from drug and/or alcohol addiction who are also dealing with other serious problems, such as mental illness, life-threatening medical conditions, and long periods of homelessness or incarceration. Men are referred to Fessenden House from inpatient or outpatient rehabilitation programs in the area. At Fessenden House, they find a sober, disciplined, safe, and loving home dedicated to their recovery.

Yonkers Y.w.c.a. (for Women)
Yonkers, NY - 10701
(914) 963-0640

YWCA of Yonkers continues to respond to women’s housing needs and has become a place of refuge and restoration that nurtures women’s spirit, gives them support and helps them and their families grow strong again, a place where they can find the hope they have lost when their strength has been tested.

Community Housing Innovations - Rose Street (for Men)
, NY - 77041
(713) 466-4785
Open Door Mission - Long-term Residency Program
Rochester, NY - 14608
(585) 454-6696

The Open Door Mission offers residency programs for those in need.

Rescue Mission Alliance Of Syracuse - Crossroads (for Men)
Syracuse, NY - 13202
(315) 701-3814

A home where men can work through personal challenges while receiving support and encouragement.

Rescue Mission Of Utica - Enriched Living Center (for The Mentally Ill)
Utica, NY - 13501
315735164511

The Enriched Living Center is a New York State licensed, 52-single room residential program for adult men and women with mental illness.

Providence House - Permanent Housing
Brooklyn, NY - 11221
(718) 455-0197

Two supportive, affordable housing programs are currently under development, which will provide permanent housing for graduates of our transitional housing programs. In addition, a percentage of these apartments will be set-aside for single, low-income parents from the community

Restoration Society - Supportive Housing Program (for The Mentally Ill & Chemically Dependent)
Buffalo, NY - 14203
(716) 842-4184
Interfaith Nutrition Network - Hud Housing (for Veterans)
Hempstead, NY - 11550
(516) 486-8506

Catherine Martin INN (CMI) provides communal, long term housing for homeless, male veterans who have completed substance abuse rehabilitation programs and have maintained sobriety for at least nine months. The CMI program focuses on education and skills for future independence. The veterans receive case management services from social workers who assist them in achieving goals of self-sufficiency.  These case management services include life-skills training, home management, budgeting and educational/vocational training. Referrals are also given for counseling when needed. The rooms are offered at a reduced rental rate to give the veterans an opportunity to focus on their goals.  The INN works closely with the VA in Northport, as well as other veteran agencies, in connecting the CMI veterans to the necessary resources.

Interfaith Nutrition Network - Long-term Housing & Supportive Services
Hempstead, NY - 11550
(516) 486-8506

We are the only nonprofit organization on Long Island that has a comprehensive program for homeless families, providing safe, well maintained, affordable housing for 25 families, accompanied by a full range of intensive and supportive services. Homeless families who qualify for the program are offered apartments at a reduced rental rate. These families receive case management services to assist them with self-sufficiency goals. These services include counseling and case management, life skills training, tenancy and home management, educational tutoring for children and parents, and vocational training. The program focuses on the elimination of the causes of homelessness so that families can become independent and successfully graduate from our program.

Community Services For The Developmentally Disabled - Individual Residential Alternatives Ira
Kenmore, NY - 14217
716877111124

Individual Residential Alternatives (IRAs) are houses located throughout the Western New York community which offer you a variety of different living options. These homes are designed to integrate you into the community of your choice, as well as create opportunities for a successful life with increased possibilities for independence.

Community Services For The Developmentally Disabled - Rental Housing (for Disabled & Non-disabled)
Kenmore, NY - 14217
(716) 447-9999

Community Services offers a variety of low-income Rental Apartments to individuals of any ability. Amenities include a private bath, bedroom, kitchen and living room. There are also on-site laundry facilities and other options in some of the apartments. All apartments are located on major bus routes, making travel easy. Rent includes most utilities. For more information, call Building and Property Management at (716) 447-9999.

Comlinks - Affordable & Supportive Housing
Malone, NY - 12953
(518) 483-1261

We achieve our mission and vision statements through the programs and services we offer. Our Housing program offers affordable housing units in Malone to provide safe and affordable places to live. Our Gleaning program helps provide nutritious food to needy families through food pantries and provides weekend meals to local school children who may otherwise go without food through our Backpack program. Our Neighborhood Revitalization program helps home owners repair and improve the quality of their homes to save money through energy efficiency.

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.

Lutheran Social Lutheran Social Services - Bergen Street Residenc
New York, NY - 11217
(212) 870-1100
Lutheran Social Services - Community House
New York, NY - 11215
(212) 870-1100
Grace Smith House - Brookhaven Apartments (for Single Women & Families)
Poughkeepsie, NY - 12601
(845) 452-7155
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.

The Salvation Army Of The Syracuse Area - State Street Apartments (for Ages 16 To 25)
Syracuse, NY - 13202
(315) 475-1688
Unity House - Transitional Apartment Services (for Adults With Mental Illness)
Troy, NY - 12180
(518) 274-2607

The Unity House Transitional Apartment Services Program (TAS) provides safe, secure furnished apartments for adults with mental illness. Services are provided through home visits up to 7 days a week, based upon individual needs. TAS is regulated by the New York State Office of Mental Health (OMH).

Unity House - Supported Housing For Mental Illness (for Adults With Mental Illness)
Troy, NY - 12180
(518) 274-2607

The Supported Housing Program for adults living with mental illness provides comprehensive case management services including assistance in securing and maintaining permanent housing and a network of support services, home visits, daily living skills training, symptom management and social skills development.

Unity House - Supported Housing For Victims Of Domestic Violence (for Domestic Violence Victims)
Troy, NY - 12180
(518) 274-2607

The Supported Housing Program for victims of domestic violence provides comprehensive case management services including affordable housing and assistance in securing and maintaining safe permanent housing, home visits, life skills training, advocacy, referrals, legal services, support services, safety planning and individual counseling.

Unity House - Supported Housing For People Living With Hiv (for People With Hiv)
Troy, NY - 12180
(518) 274-2607

The Supported Housing Program for people living with HIV/AIDS provides assistance in securing and maintaining safe, permanent housing as well as comprehensive case management services including home visits, individualized service plans, transportation to medical/treatment providers, advocacy and referrals.

Help Usa - Help Genesis Homes
Brooklyn, NY - 11207
(718) 346-8489

"Genesis" is based on the concept that permanent housing should not only provide attractive, safe and affordable housing units, but also essential support and preventative services to help formerly homeless and low-income families remain independent.

Help Usa - Genesis Neighborhood Plaza
Brooklyn, NY - 11207
(718) 346-8489

Genesis Neighborhood Plaza is a permanent housing facility that opened its doors in 2000.  The development provides 52 apartments for low-income and special-needs families, as well as ample program space for community services.  Genesis Neighborhood Plaza (GNP) features a full-service medical clinic that is operated by the Brownsville Multi-Service Family Health Center, and a domestic violence program that provides counseling and referral services to the East Brooklyn community. GNP is first stage of a larger HELP USA development that by 2012 will provide housing and services to 150 high-need households.

Help Usa -help Houston Corder Place Apartments
Houston, NY - 77021
(713) 741-4070
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.

The Sharing Community - Broadway Manor
Yonkers, NY - 10701
(914) 476-4864

Newly-renovated historic building provides sixteen transitional and 10 permanent SRO-type rooms. Meals provided.

The Sharing Community - Locust Hill
Yonkers, NY - 10701
(914) 378-1739

Sixteen studio apartments - all permanent housing - for single individuals; four family units, two two-bedroom and two four-bedroom. New construction.

The Sharing Community - Travers House
Yonkers, NY - 10701
(914) 963-4063

Twenty-three one-bedroom shared apartments; fourteen transitional and thirty permanent beds for single individuals. New construction.

Westhab - Permanent Affordable Housing
Elmsford, NY - 10523
(914) 345-2800

Westhab has produced 2,000 units of affordable housing in Westchester County, including: multi-family rental; affordable homeownership; family and singles shelter; and supportive housing for disabled veterans, people in recovery from addiction, people living with mental illness and victims of domestic violence. In the last 10 years, we have completed 13 developments representing over 260 affordable units and more than $43 million worth of housing funds. We currently have a project pipeline of 300 units. Westhab is committed to quality construction materials and finishes, green technology and well-appointed landscapes in all of our new affordable housing developments.

Westhab - Shelter Plus Care (for Families & Male Veterans)
Elmsford, NY - 10523
(914) 345-2800

Shelter Plus Care (S+C) Through the Westchester County Department of Community Mental Health's Shelter Plus Care Family and Single Adult Programs, Westhab provides up to five years of subsidized housing (with assistance in obtaining other, long-term housing subsidies) as well as case management and life-skills assistance. These are REFERRAL ONLY programs for families, single Veterans and Veterans with families. For more information please contact:

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