We work every day to make each house a home and every resident a partner in recovery
TRANSITIONAL HOUSING PROGRAMS
These programs prepare residents to live independently, teach medication self management and daily living skills. Staff members are on-site or on-call around the clock.
The 40-bed shelter, located in Harlem, is staffed by an inter-disciplinary team focused on stabilizing and finding new options for mentally ill clients over their 6-9 month stay.
A State-licensed community residence in a HUD 202 building in Harlem, which is the recipient of the State’s award for Excellence in Supportive Residential Services.
A NYS licensed community residence in a building in Harlem originally designed for luxury living, now houses 48 adults with serious and persistent mental illness.
Director of Residential Services
Bronx STAR (Supported Transitional Addiction Recovery)
Homeless graduates of substance abuse programs live in rented apartments scattered throughout the Bronx.
PERMANENT HOUSING PROGRAM
This program provides subsidized apartments and staff support when needed. Tenants pay only 30% of their income towards rent.
Sixty formerly mentally ill men and women live in studio apartments located in a Weston-owned building in East Harlem, where they benefit from an array of on-site services.
SUPPORTED HOUSING PROGRAM
This program provides rented apartments to upward of 100 individuals in buildings located throughout upper Manhattan and the Bronx.
2493 Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Blvd
New York, NY 10030