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Supported Housing Program
Also Known As:HMHSH
Address:108-11 48 Ave. Corona NY 11368
World Wide Web: http://www.hmhonline.org
The goal of Hamilton-Madison House’s Supported Housing is to provide permanent housing for people who are seriously and persistently mentally ill to live independently. Supported Housing provides 43 beds to Asian American mentally ill patients - 15 fully furnished apartments at a single site and 9 fully furnished apartments at scattered sites. The admission criteria are 18 years of age and older with documented history of mental disability and psychiatric treatment. The services for tenants are bilingual and bi-cultural case management and recreational programs.
Visit their web site for details.
Application and interview.
Fees/Methods of Payment:Public Assistance, SSI and/or SSDI.
Access for People with Disabilities:Regular elevator, wheel chair ramp at entrance, sign language.
Services Offered:Case / Care Management, Housing Counseling,
Languages Offered:Chinese, Korean,
Target Groups(Ethnic):Asian Americans,
Target Groups(By Need):Mental Illness / Emotional Disabilities,