Breakthrough Transitional Housing Program (Breakthrough) provides housing with support services to individuals who have completed substance abuse treatment. These individuals often need transitional supportive housing to sustain sobriety and while moving towards achieving fully independent living. Breakthrough helps these individuals acclimate back into society while remaining clean and sober, retain housing, and remain out of jail.
- benefit counseling
- substance abuse counseling
- relapse prevention
- crisis intervention
- home and office visits
- intensive case management services
- referrals to vocational training
- daily living skills training
- job development and placement assistance
- tobacco prevention information
- financial management and bugeting principles
- recreational activities
Office of Alcoholism & Substance Abuse Services (OASAS)
Shelter Plus Care
- NY/NY III approved individuals and Category F Population.
- Individuals who have completed a course of treatment for substance abuse.
- Individuals who are at risk for homelessness or sheltered homelessness.
Applications available through NYC Human Resources Administration
(HRA 2010E) NY/NY III-Category F Housing Application)
- birth certificate
- social security card
- PPD (tuberculosis) test
- state identification
- proof of income
- proof of address
2006 Madison Avenue
New York, New York 10035
Train: Take the number 2, 3, 4, 5 or 6 trains to 125th Street.
Bus: Take number 1, 60, 101, 15 or 100 buses to 125th Street. Walk to 128th Street on Madison Avenue.
Monday through Friday
9am - 5pm
Phone: 212-979-8800 Ext 275
Sharon Coates-Knibbs, MSW, CASAC