Brooklyn Apartment Treatment Program
Provides permanent housing for adults with mental illness who are able to live independently. Through bimonthly visits, workers support the residents as they develop and maintain their recovery goals. Residents engage in a variety of community activities such as full-time and part-time employment, educational activities, voluntary services and other civic events. NOTE: Professional Referral: Eligibility for Level I Supported Housing required via HRA 2010e Application
Brooklyn Graduate Apartment Program
A scattered-site apartment program that provides transitional housing for adults with mental illness. The program’s philosophy is to provide a normalizing, home-like environment where direct care workers assist residents to work on basic living skills and recovery goals to integrate into the community. The residents participate in a variety of community and program activities such as voluntary services, employment, advisory committees and program activities. NOTE: Professional Referral: Eligibility for Level II Supportive Housing required via HRA 2010e Application
Brooklyn Health Home Supported Housing Medicaid Redesign Team (MRT)
This program is designed to help persons living with Severe and Persistent Mental Illnesses (SPMI) who have the desire to obtain permanent housing and the capacity to maintain that housing. The program helps individuals integrate into their new community while maintaining their independence and accessing community resources. The program is designed to provide a person-centered approach to recovery, focusing on reintegration into the community, psychiatric stability, wellness, and attainment of educational and vocational goals.