Homeless Permanent Supportive Housing

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    Programs that provide affordable, community-based housing for individuals and families who have experienced long-term or chronic homelessness and have been diagnosed as having a physical or developmental disability, a severe mental illness, substance abuse problems or HIV/AIDS; or are members of another designated group within the homeless population. Structures may include apartments, single-family houses, duplexes, group homes or single-room occupancy housing. Permanent supportive housing programs generally provide residents with the rights of tenancy under state or local landlord/tenant laws and are linked to services designed to meet residents' needs. Supportive services vary depending on the resident population. Most programs offer some type of case management and housing support, but may also offer more intensive mental health, substance abuse, vocational, employment or other services which help promote independent living. Supportive services may be offered on-site or off-site, or be provided by a mobile service team.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Financial Aid/Voucher ServicesWellspring’s NewView Housing program assists individuals and families who are homeless due to domestic violence. The program has permanent supportive and rapid rehousing components that provide rent subsidy and supportive services to help participants remain safe and work toward economic self-sufficiency. SaratogaHOMELESSNESS PREVENTION, SUPPORTIVE HOUSING AND RAPID RE-HOUSING PROGRAMWELLSPRING
    Homeless ServicesShelter Plus Care is a 59-unit permanent apartment program for individuals and families developed through a Federal Grant Program funded by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) that provides rental assistance and case management to homeless individuals with disabilities and their families.SchenectadySHELTER PLUS CARE PROGRAMNEW CHOICES RECOVERY CENTER
    Housing ServicesSupport Ministries provides housing for individuals who are HIV positive and homeless or at risk of becoming homeless. AlbanyAIDS/HIV SUPPORTIVE HOUSINGSUPPORT MINISTRIES
    Housing ServicesHATAS Shelter Plus Care Program is a supportive housing program that provides rental subsidies and case management for homeless people disabled by mental illness in Albany County. Consumers are linked to treatment and community services and are encouraged to reach their highest level of independence and self-sufficiency. Life skill building and support are provided.AlbanyALBANY HOUSING AUTHORITY-HATAS SHELTER PLUS CAREHOMELESS AND TRAVELERS AID SOCIETY (HATAS)
    Housing ServicesCARES provides supportive scattered site residence for people with HIV and AIDS. CARES works to address unmet housing and services needs among homeless and-or disabled persons within local communities. CARES works with persons living with HIV-AIDS, other disabilities and-or other life challenges, serving as a catalyst for improving the quality of life in local communities. It does so by helping communities address unmet needs as well as create and coordinate the resources necessary to address these needs.AlbanyCARES HOUSING PROGRAMCORPORATION FOR AIDS RESEARCH, EDUCATION AND SERVICES (CARES)
    Housing ServicesThe Family Apartment Program is an on-site supported housing program for single mothers who are homeless and have a disability. The YWCA of the Greater Capital Region, Inc. provides safe, affordable and supported housing, including on-site case management for program participants. The women in this program have various barriers to housing including incarceration, mental illness and substance abuse. Their participation in our program allows them to live independently while having on-site access to our staff.RensselaerFAMILY APARTMENT PROGRAMYWCA OF THE GREATER CAPITAL REGION (YWCA-GCR)
    Housing ServicesThe Lansing Inn and the Hill Street Inn provide site-based supportive housing for chronically homeless adults with a disability (46 apartments). The agency also provides scattered site supportend housing to formerly homeless families with children when the head of the household has a disability.RensselaerHOMELESS PERMANENT SUPPORTIVE HOUSING PROGRAMJOSEPH'S HOUSE AND SHELTER
    Housing ServicesThe Housing and Urban Development Program (HUD) provides permanent supported housing for those who have a mental illness and are homeless. Eleven slots are available in Columbia and Greene Counties, with their location determined by need.ColumbiaHOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM (HUD)MENTAL HEALTH ASSOCIATION OF COLUMBIA-GREENE COUNTIES
    Housing ServicesProvides housing with support services for homeless individuals with mental illness.ClintonHOUSING NORTHBEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES NORTH (BHSN)
    Housing ServicesHATAS’s Pathways Project integrates housing and employment support services for 28 households with a history of homelessness and a disabling condition. The program includes rental subsidies, service planning, job-readiness training, employment placement assistance, case management, referrals to treatment, and other community services.AlbanyPATHWAYS SUPPORTIVE HOUSINGHOMELESS AND TRAVELERS AID SOCIETY (HATAS)
    Housing ServicesRental Assistance Program for Persons Living with AIDS provides affordable housing and community based supports to homeless and low income individuals who have been diagnosed with HIV/AIDS. The services offered by this program component are aimed at providing these individuals with the supports needed to remain in stable housing in the community as they struggle with their illness. The program utilizes rental units located in the City of Schenectady and has the capacity to serve 13 individuals at any given time. Families are also able to be served. The level of service provided by staff varies according to the needs of each individual/family.SchenectadyRENTAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM FOR PERSONS LIVING WITH AIDSMOHAWK OPPORTUNITIES
    Housing ServicesProvides a housing program for homeless people with dual diagnosis (mental illness and alcohol or drug addiction).ClintonSHELTER NORTHBEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES NORTH (BHSN)
    Housing ServicesThe YWCA-GCR provides 76 single room occupancy units to a diverse population of women from all different backgrounds. The YWCA-GCR remains one of the safest and most affordable places for women and families in the Albany-Troy-Schenectady-Saratoga area.RensselaerSINGLE ROOM OCCUPANCY (SRO) RESIDENCEYWCA OF THE GREATER CAPITAL REGION (YWCA-GCR)
    Housing ServicesSupported Housing Program provides affordable housing and community based supports to individuals with a severe and persistent mental illness The program utilizes scattered site rental units located in the City of Schenectady and has the capacity to serve 42 individuals at any given time. The level of service provided by staff varies according to the needs of each individual.SchenectadySUPPORTED HOUSING PROGRAMMOHAWK OPPORTUNITIES
    Housing ServicesThe Richard J. Conners Veterans Home is a permanent supportive residence for 12 formerly homeless disabled veterans.AlbanySUPPORTIVE HOUSING FOR VETERANSALBANY HOUSING COALITION
    Mental Health ServicesClinton Avenue Supportive Apartments provides supportive housing for individuals who are homeless and are diagnosed with an AXIS I psychiatric diagnosis. AlbanyCLINTON AVENUE SUPPORTIVE APARTMENTSCAPITAL AREA PEER SERVICES (CAPS)

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