Palladia's largest permanent supportive housing program opened in 2002 and provides 60 one, two and three-bedroom apartments for formerly homeless families who have struggled with disabilities such as mental illness and substance abuse. Stratford's warm, supportive environment inspires health and well-being in tenants and increases their stability and self-sufficiency. Once three separate, vacant buildings owned by the New York City Housing Authority, Palladia worked in collaboration SLCE Architects and general contractor, Mega Contracting to transform the buildings into one large building with ample outdoor and recreational space. The welcoming front courtyard has a playground and a sitting garden. Throughout the building are numerous spaces for meetings, recreation and on-site social services, a community room, library and computer room.
- legal assistance and entitlement advocacy
- case management
- substance abuse counseling & relapse prevention
- child, adolescent and family counseling
- recreational and socialization activities
- vocational and educational assessment and guidance
- computer room, library, meeting spaces and laundry room
- community program referrals
Formerly homeless families with disabilities.