Emergency housing for homeless women and children ages 16 and older. Transitional and permanent housing for women ages 18 and older, and their children. If unable to pay, client must apply to Broome County Social Services.
Emergency and long-term housing for homeless men ages 18 and older. *If unable to pay, client must apply to Broome County Social Services.
Emergency and long-term housing for homeless men, women and families ages 18 and older. If unable to pay, client must apply to Broome County Social Services.
Emergency homeless prevention assistance through both short and long-term housing/utilities grants for people living with HIV/AIDS.
Emergency housing for women victims of domestic violence ages 16 and older and their dependent children. Advocacy and counseling services provided to female and male victims of domestic violence.
Shelter Plus Care is designed to promote permanent housing with supportive service to persons with disabilities coming from the streets and emergency shelters. Capacity: 25 apartments. Population: Employed or employable men and women, formerly homeless, with a history of substance use disorder, and their families. Funding: Self-pay/HUD/Public Assistance. Services: Long term rent subsidy, Case management, Continued association with recovery community, Living Arrangements: Independent, Apartment-based.
Housing and rehabilitation for males, age 21 and older, who are chemically addicted.
Emergency homeless assistance to low-income individuals and families living in substandard housing.
Office Hours: Mondays through Fridays 8:30am to 4:30pm. Provides temporary cash assistance; assistance in paying for food; heating assistance; overseeing New York State’s child support enforcement program; determining certain aspects of eligibility for Social Security Disability benefits; supervising homeless housing and services programs; and providing assistance to certain immigrant populations.
Crisis case management, mental health services and counseling, emergency housing funds, shelter/housing referrals, clothing bank, and food distribution.
Transitional and permanent-supportive housing for chemically addicted homeless men and women ages 18 and older.
Services Provided: Long-term transitional housing for male and female runaway or homeless youth ages 16 – 20 and their dependent children.
Supportive services for veterans and their families. Information and referral services for homeless veterans.
Transportation and outreach for homeless individuals and families.
Crisis prevention and intervention for youth ages 20 and under at risk of running away or becoming homeless. Operates 24-hour youth hotline.
Specialists trained to find the best treatment solutions at little to no cost. Call for location and rates for rehab.
Alcoholism treatment program. Referrals Only. Capacity: 36 beds Population : Men and women over 18 in the early states of recovery from alcohol and/or substance use disorder. Funding: SSI/SSD/Public Assistance/NYS OASAS, Self-pay. Services: Room and board in a semi-independent, secure setting, Case management, Support groups/life skills groups/individual counseling, AA/NA meetings, Recreational activities, Relapse prevention/intervention, Alumni activities, Gender-specific support, MICA enhanced services, Referral to vocational/educational and other community services, Length of stay: 3-6 months, Referral Sources: Inpatient/outpatient providers/VA, Living Arrangements: Dormitory style
Services Provided: NYS Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse licensed Medically Monitored withdrawal service for chemically addicted men and women ages 18 and over. - Addiction Stabilization Center: 18 beds. Population: Men and women 18 and over facing an alcohol or chemical dependency crisis, in need of a safe sober environment Funding: NYS OASAS, Public Assistance/No client fees charged. Services: Room and board in a structured, secure setting, Medically monitored withdrawal services, 24 hour hotline, Assessment for individual counseling/groups, Referrals to appropriate treatment, Length of stay: 1-14 days, Referral Sources: Self/family/friends: other drug/alcohol treatment providers.