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Sponsor/Parent Agency:Institute Community Living (ICL)
Address:80-45 Winchester Blvd., CBU #13 Queens Village NY 11427
Description:This is a community residence for mentally ill, homeless adults. Rose House provides a holistic approach to the care and management of 168 homeless, mentally ill adults. The goal of Rose House is to provide services of a therapeutic nature which will enable each individual to reach his/her potential. This goal is accomplished by developing a care plan for each individual. This care plan includes the development of daily living skills, health management, prevocational training, mental health treatment, and the fostering of appropriate inter-personal relationships.
Hours:24 hours, 7 days.
Eligibility Requirements:18+ years old; documented psychiatric disorder and homeless or homeless as a result of hospitalization.
Admission Requirements/Documents:Contact Screening Dept. / 1995 form, psychosocial and mental status.
Fees/Methods of Payment:S.S.I., S.S.D., H.R., S.S., V.A., private pay.
Access for People with Disabilities:Wheelchair ramp at entrance; multiple floors; extra-wide doors; arrangement of furniture, displays & equipment for handicapped; special restroom facilities; grab bars in restrooms; special elevator control buttons; lowered telephones; flashing emergency lights.
Services Offered:Adult Residential Care Homes, Health Care, Independent Living Skills Instruction, Job Training, Mental Health Care and Counseling,
Target Groups(By Need):Homeless People, Mental Illness / Emotional Disabilities,