Located in East Harlem, this supported living facility provides one to three-bedroom apartment homes and support services to 36 families. The building also houses the Marshall Goldberg Learning Center, which provides an interactive learning environment for adults and children. Residents have access to the library and computers, where adults can work on their vocational skills and children can do schoolwork. Additionally, children from kindergarten through 8th grade participate in a youth mentoring program, which helps them to develop their academic skills.
- legal assistance and entitlement advocacy
- case management
- substance abuse treatment and relapse prevention
- family counseling
- socialization and recreational activities
- vocational and educational assistance
- library and on-site computer access
- community program referrals
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development / Supportive Housing Program (HUD/SHP)
Office of Alcohol and Substance Abuse Services (OASAS)
Office of Temporary and Disability Assistance (OTDA)
Formerly homeless families with head of the household having a disability.