Affordable and Transitional Housing Assistance
Our team is on a mission to help our nation’s most vulnerable and under-served populations overcome challenges like substance use disorder, co-occurring mental health disorders, and housing insecurity.
Those in crisis seeking evidence-based treatment, shelter, safety, and support will always find it at Gaudenzia.
When it comes to substance use and co-occurring disorders, we understand a full continuum of care and support is essential to help our clients sustain long-term recovery and reduce relapse and/or overdose rates. This includes access to stable, affordable housing for individuals transitioning out of treatment as they rebuild their lives in recovery.
Without a roof over your head, it is difficult to provide for your family and yourself, especially while staying focused on your recovery. When we recognized that a large portion of our clients were housing-insecure, we added housing support services to our continuum, including:
- Transitional Housing Options
- Affordable Housing for Individuals and Families
- Individual Case Management
- Legal Advocacy
- Job-Readiness Services
Affordable Housing Programs at Gaudenzia
Whether seeking short-term transitional housing or long-term, low-income housing options for individuals or families, our programs meet a diverse range of community needs.
Affordable Housing Programs available at Gaudenzia include:
- Bair O’Malley
- Delta PSH
- The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Family Center
- Tioga Arms Apartments
- Tioga Family Center
- Shelton Court
- Thompson Street
- Harbor House
- Concord Place
- House of Passage (Women’s Shelter)
- Gaudenzia House
- West Mill Place
Find a Program Today
For more information about our Affordable Housing Programs, please call our 24-hour Treatment and Referral HelpLine at 833.976.HELP (4357).