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1. Treatment Apartment Programs
Treatment Apartment ProgramsTreatment Apartment Programs serve 89 clients, in both Manhattan and Queens, in scattered site apartments licensed by the New York State Office of Mental Health (OMH). Treatment Apartments provide community rehabilitative services in the home setting. Staff visit clients in their apartments, as needed, in order to provide training for independent living. An Emergency Pager system gives clients access to mental health professionals around the clock.

 

2. Garden House
Garden HouseGarden House is a transitional OMH-licensed residential program for formerly homeless adults consisting of spacious one bedroom apartments in a six story building. Located in the East Village, Garden House provides 24hr staffing and a full range of on-site services designed to assist clients to attain greater independence. One of its unique characteristics is the beautiful garden which lends the building its name

 

3. Independence House
Independence HouseIndependence House is an OMH-licensed Single Room Community Residence (CR-SRO) for formerly homeless adults. The program is located in Washington Heights. A four-story building provides private rooms for 24 residents. This community residence prepares residents for a move to a more independent setting. The building has 24 hour staffing with a full range of onsite services assisting clients to develop independent living skills.

 

4. Sabra Goldman House
Sabra Goldman HouseSabra Goldman House is a beautifully renovated building located in Queens Village. It is a two story building with 24 hour staffing on site and provides private rooms for 51 residents. This OMH-licensed CR-SRO provides residents with the support needed on an ongoing basis to live successfully in the community, while also providing skills training to facilitate a move to a more independent setting.

 

5. The Supported Apartments
The Supported ApartmentsThe ACMH Supported Apartment Program is comprised of 103 scattered site apartment beds in Manhattan, Queens, and the Bronx. With rent subsidies from the State of New York, residents are able to secure affordable permanent housing. Staff makes regular visits to the residents in their homes and provide services according to an individualized support plan. An Emergency On-Call system provides clients access to mental health professionals around the clock.

 

6. Blended Case Management
Blended Case ManagementThis program offers Intensive and Supportive Case Management services to clients in Upper Manhattan. The Case Managers work with the clients and their treatment team to address various psychiatric, medical, housing, vocational and any other needs determined by the individual.

 

How to Apply
For information about how to access ACMH services, contact the Director of Intake Services at: info@acmhnyc.org

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