Affordable Housing

The need for affordable housing and supportive services continues to grow, and Volunteers of America-Greater New York continues to respond by providing safe, supportive environments for some of the city's most at-risk residents.

The Creston Avenue Residence, provides permanent supportive housing as well as affordable housing to chronically homeless families and chronically homeless single adults who suffer from serious and persistent mental illness or who are diagnosed as mentally ill and chemically addicted (MICA). It also provides transitional housing to homeless veterans who qualify for HUD-VASH vouchers. Veterans receive supportive case management, coordination of medical services, and vocational counseling and are placed into permanent housing after two years. In 2017, it was awarded "Residence of the Year" by the Supportive Housing Network of New York. For more information, call (212) 316-8288.

The Rose House provides a number of units of affordable housing for single adults. To learn more, call (212) 932-3220.

Richard F. Salyer House provides 146 units of affordable housing to low-income families and single adults. To learn more, call (212) 543-1607.