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Supportive Housing

BronxWorks offers supportive housing and care management at an array of sites across the Bronx. Our programs include both congregate and scattered-side supportive housing. Referrals for supportive housing programs are made directly through New York City and State agencies for qualifying individuals and households. BronxWorks follows a Housing First model, believing that providing homeless individuals with access to stable housing is an essential first step to resolving many life issues.

The Brook

BronxWorks provides supportive social services at The Brook, a six-story residence developed by Breaking Ground. The 190-unit building provides permanent supportive housing to low-income workers, people with HIV/AIDS, and chronically homeless individuals (including individuals with mental illness).

Housing referrals come directly from city agencies and Breaking Ground.

Services offered to residents include, but are not limited to:

  • On-site access to Behavioral Health services, such as medical and psychiatric services
  • Medication monitoring assistance
  • Representative payee services
  • Supportive case management

The Brook

Bronx, NY 10455

Contact:

Barbara Miliano, LCSW, Program Director
bmiliano@bronxworks.org

Building amenities include:

  • 2,400-square-foot community event space available for use by the neighborhood residents and organizations
  • 24-hour security/attended lobby
  • Computer lab
  • Fitness room
  • Green roof
  • Large outdoor garden at the rear of the building
  • On-site laundry
  • Recreational activities

Cooper Gardens

BronxWorks provides supportive social services at Cooper Gardens, a multi-building residence developed by L+M Development Partners. The 313 unit mixed-use development provides both affordable and supportive housing to the community. BronxWorks provides supportive housing services to 95 formerly homeless households consisting of both individuals and families with children.

Housing referrals come directly from New York City agencies.

Cooper Gardens

Bronx, NY 10457

Contact:

Shauna Barry, LCSW, Program Director
sbarry@bronxworks.org

Building amenities include:

  • St. Barnabas Hospital System Wellness Center (under construction)
  • 24-hour security/attended lobby
  • On-site laundry
  • Recreational activities

Cooper Gardens also offers case management and financial, educational, and vocational resources.

HUD Scattered-Site Supportive Housing

BronxWorks provides supportive housing and social service supports to formerly chronically homeless individuals through funding from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).

Hunts Point Multiservice Center

630 Jackson Ave
Bronx, NY 10455

Contact:
Sarah Carbone, Program Director
scarbone@bronxworks.org

Phone:
646.740.6451

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Case Managers conduct weekly home visits with program participants, providing long-term support services, care, and benefit coordination to facilitate an overall healthy lifestyle.                                      

Housing referrals come directly from New York City agencies.

Our office is based at 630 Jackson Ave., but our housing locations are across the Bronx.

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Stable Homes to Health

BronxWorks provides supportive housing services through a scattered-site model to 21 formerly homeless individuals through a program funded by the New York State Department of Health

Hunts Point Multiservice Center

630 Jackson Ave
Bronx, NY 10455

Ste. 201

Contact:
Leslie Feigenbaum, LCSW, Program Director
lfeigenbaum@bronxworks.org

Phone:
646.588.9703

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Case Managers conduct home visits and weekly telephonic check-ins with program participants and provide necessary support services to promote stable housing and healthy lifestyles.

Housing referrals come directly from New York City agencies.

Future Projects

Park Haven

Park Haven is a 178-unit building projected to open in Summer 2021. In partnership with the non-profit developer The Community Builders (TCB), BronxWorks will provide supportive housing services to 50 formerly homeless individuals and families using funding from the Empire State Supportive Housing Initiative (ESSHI). BronxWorks supportive housing staff will provide an array of wraparound services to assist these households in living successful and independent lives in the Mott Haven community.

 

Bronx Point

Bronx Point is a mixed-use, affordable housing building projected to open in 2023. In partnership with the developers, L+M and Type A Projects, BronxWorks will provide supportive housing services to 81 formerly homeless individuals and families using funding from NYC 15/15. Bronx Point will also be home to the highly anticipated Universal Hip Hop Museum.

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Comparing before and now, now is 100% better! I was sleeping in the snow…it was terrible. I don’t know how they found me. One morning I said, ‘You know what, it’s time to move.'”

-Giuseppe E., The Brook Resident

Community Impact

In 2020, The Brook and Cooper Gardens provided supportive housing services to 215 previously homeless individuals.