The Supportive Housing Services unit provides on-going case management services to all tenants living in scattered site housing. Services focus on family reunification, residential and family stability, independence, self-sufficiency, relapse prevention and recovery issues, mental health issues, vocational and educational training, and responsibility in the management of their lives.
Breakthrough is a permanent supportive housing program for families in which one or more of the individuals has a disability. Participants receive case management services to assist them with the transition to independent living and to connect them to referrals to receive other available services.
FUSE provides scattered site housing units to a unique population of single adults who have a substance abuse disorder coupled with a chronic history of incarceration and repeated episodes of homelessness within the past five years. Case management services are provided in addition to rental assistance.
- Families United Supportive Housing (FUSH)
FUSH is a program funded by the NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene for families in which the primary parent has a co-occurring substance abuse and mental health diagnosis. Case management services are provided in addition to housing and rental assistance.
- New OASAS Families Together
Funded by NYS OASAS, Families Together offers housing assistance and supportive services including case management to 10 families in which the head of household is in recovery from a substance abuse disorder.
- Shelter Plus Care provides singles and families who are homeless and disabled with supported apartments in New York City. Case management services are provided to all program tenants.