Harison Place is a mixed-use development with 40 affordable and supported living apartments and five commercial spaces scheduled to open…
Community housing & living
Safe, affordable, and stable housing is a cornerstone of promoting positive health and wellness for all individuals.
For some individuals, it can be difficult to secure or maintain consistent housing as a result of a mental health condition or addiction. Other individuals need housing that provides custom supports because of an intellectual or developmental disability.
Supports we offer can include, but are not limited to:
- Around-the-clock care
- Weekly check-ins
- Community outings
- Socializing and skill building
- Transportation to and from employment
- Assistance with medical appointments
The Citizen Advocates community housing & living team works directly with our clinical services to ensure individuals receive the residential supports necessary to live a full and meaningful life with dignity and respect.
A 10-bed residential program that provides 24-hour assistance to adults with serious and persistent mental illness to prepare them for independent community living.
A 9-bed apartment-type residential program that provides individualized support for the needs and goals of adults with serious and persistent mental illness.
A housing program licensed under New York State Office of Mental Health that provides temporary rental assistance and furnishings in conjunction with case management services to individuals who have a primary diagnosis of serious mental illness and experience substantial impairment in functioning.
The Respite and Homeless apartments are available for adults and families that find themselves in need of a temporary place of residence.
The Apartments are for qualifying adults based on income and criteria provided in the rental application. Qualifications are dependent on family size, tobacco use and other factors.
The Adirondack Youth Lodge is a 24-hour, 8-bed Community Residence serving youth who have serious and persistent symptoms caused by a designated mental illness diagnosis.
The program is designed to support individuals with high Medicaid usage as a result of serious health issues, and are homeless or at-risk of becoming homeless.
A 7-bed program that serves adults who have a primary diagnosis of a substance use disorder, a history or are at-risk of homelessness, and meet specific hospitalization or high Medicaid utilization criteria.