Supportive Housing

Support Housing Program provides more than 260 units for formerly homeless individuals and families.

“I like working at BAC because the work the agency does truly impact lives.  I feel the work we do every day makes a difference in the lives of our clients and to the community. I know when I go home that I did something meaningful and important.”- Katrina Murray, Assistant Director

“I believe that basic human rights should include healthcare and housing.  I am proud of the work BAC does.  The team is incredible and it give me great joy to know that we help people connect with vital services each day.”  Eileen Sunshine, Chief Program Officer

Bridging Access to Care provides permanent and long-term supportive housing services to individuals and their families who have experienced homelessness and living with HIV/AIDS and/or with histories of substance use and mental health conditions.

The following programs are open to receive referrals. For more information, please
call 347-505-5177.

  • HEALTH HOMES MRT SCATTER-SITE HOUSING PROGRAM offers scattered-site apartments to high users of Medicaid who chronically homeless and enrolled or eligible for health homes services.
  • OASAS MRT SCATTER-SITE HOUSING PROGRAM provides scattered-site apartments to high users of Medicaid, who are homeless and living with a qualifying substance use disorder.
  • OASAS NYNY III CATEGORY F SCATTER-SITE HOUSING PROGRAM provides scattered-site apartments to persons who completed substance use treatment and have been clean and sober for at least 90 days.
  • OASAS CONTINUUM OF CARE (COC) provides long-term housing and supportive services to persons who have been homeless for at least a year, and living with a disability, substance use disorder, or other disabilities.

The following programs only accept referrals through HRA’s PACT System with a completed 2010e housing application form.

  • DOHMH NYC 15/15 SCATTER-SITE HOUSING PROGRAM provides permanent supportive housing units to single adult or adult families who are homeless and living with a severe mental illness and/ or substance use disorder.  This program also serves young adult age 18-24 who were either in foster care or homeless, and are living with at least one child under the age of 18.
  • HASA SCATTER-SITE HOUSING PROGRAM provides permanent supportive housing to persons living with HIV in single occupancy scattered-site apartments.