Permanent Supportive Housing

For many homeless people with physical or behavioral health challenges, possibly coupled with substance use issues, permanent housing and intensive support services can prevent chronic homelessness. 

Booth House is home to seventy-two single adults with psychiatric disabilities and a history of mental illness and homelessness. For information, call (212) 663-7233.

Commonwealth Veterans Residence is a 149-unit single room occupancy (SRO) residence that provides permanent, supportive housing to formerly homeless single veteran men and women, including those diagnosed with a mental illness. The residence provides safe, comfortable, low-cost housing and comprehensive on-site services. For information, call (347) 640-5068. For more information on our services for veterans, click here.

Creston Avenue Residence provides permanent supportive housing and services 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. For more information, call (212) 316-8288.

East 119th Street Veterans Residence provides permanent supportive housing for up to 174 veterans. Inside, shared kitchens and lounges have been remodeled and foster a feeling of community among the residents. Outside, a basketball court, chess tables and a landscaped courtyard that honors all the branches of the military provides recreation space that is both invigorating and comforting, a place to be "at ease.” For information, call (646) 794-5000.

East 12th Street SRO is a 96-unit single room occupancy residence (SRO) providing permanent, supportive housing to formerly homeless single adults over the age of 55, and homeless veterans. The residence provides safe, comfortable, low-cost housing and comprehensive onsite services. For more information, call (212) 353-2641.

East New York SRO is a 174-unit residence providing permanent supportive housing to formerly homeless people and those living with mental illness or HIV and AIDS. For information, call (718) 566-8750.

Eden House is a 180-unit residence providing permanent supportive housing to formerly homeless people and those living with mental illness or HIV and AIDS. For information, call (718) 716-2255.

Harmony House is a 52-bed residence offering safe, affordable, permanent housing to single men and women. For more information, call (212) 924-0907.
 
Rose House is a 96-unit residence providing permanent supportive housing to formerly homeless people and those living with mental illness or HIV and AIDS. For information, call (212) 932-3220.

Wales Avenue Residence provides safe and supportive housing to two vulnerable populations: chronically homeless adults who struggle with a serious mental illness and/or substance use issues, and young adults who suffer from a mental illness and lack a support system, have one or more behavioral health disorders or have recently aged out of foster care and are at risk of being homeless. The residence is inclusive of all genders, including trans-males and trans-females. The Wales Avenue Residence consists of 67 units, ranging from studios to two-bedroom apartments. For more information, call (347) 717-4030.

Washington Avenue Apartments provide supportive housing to 11 homeless, single adults with a diagnosed serious and persistent mental illness (SPMI) or who are diagnosed as mentally ill and chemically addicted (MICA). Five additional units of supportive housing are dedicated to chronically homeless families, or families at risk of becoming homeless, in which the head of household suffers from a substance use disorder, a disabling medical condition, or HIV/AIDS. 
 
Webster House is a 200-unit residence providing permanent supportive housing to formerly homeless people and those living with mental illness or HIV and AIDS. For information, call (718) 590-9099.
 
The Richard F. Salyer House is a 146-unit facility providing permanent supportive housing to a mixed population of families, the elderly, formerly homeless people and those living with HIV and AIDS. For information, call (212) 543-1607.