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Residental Programs for Addictions and Mental Illness

Residential & Housing Services

Catholic Charities Residential and Housing Services are licensed by the NYS Office of Alcohol and Substance Abuse Services and by the NYS Office of Mental Health and provide a continuum of care for residents in the recovery process.  Individuals are placed in the most appropriate, least restrictive setting possible. 


Referrals are required for these programs.  Services are available to those with a serious and persistent mental illness and/or who have a substance use disorder.  Residents in our programs receive treatment and support services while adjusting to community living. Catholic Charities provides a safe, structured living environment where people in recovery learn new skills.

NYS Office of Mental Health (OMH) Programs

Supervised community residence for those recovering from mental health challenges

Transition to independent living

Independent community life with housing support

NYS Office of Addiction Services and Supports (OASAS) Programs:

Supervised halfway house for those recovering from chemical dependency

Transition to independent living with structure and support

 Housing and employment support

Community Housing Programs

Community-based housing for homeless individuals and families with a disability

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