Brooklyn Housing Services

BAC assists homeless and marginally-housed people living with HIV/AIDS and/or with histories of substance abuse through its scatter-site housing programs: the HIV/AIDS Services Administration (HASA) Scatter-site Housing Program (NYNY III Category H) , the Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services (OASAS) Scatter-site Housing Programs (NYNY III Category F, Continuum of Care (Formerly Shelter Plus Care), and MRT). In addition, we are funded through Public Health Solutions to provide HIV+ persons with a Housing Placement Assistance.

 

Katrina Murray, Supportive Housing Manager

Katrina Murray

“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.”

Continuum of Care (COC), Formerly Shelter Plus Care)

The OASAS COC Scatter site program is designed to provide housing and supportive services on a long-term basis for homeless persons with disabilities, (those with chronic problems with alcohol and/or drugs) who are living in places not intended for human habitation (e.g., streets) or in emergency shelters.

If you would like to check for a vacancy in this program please call: 347-505-5148.

 

PHS Housing Placement Assistance Program:

HIV+ & Need Housing? The Housing Placement Program Can Help!

Assists the HIV/AIDS population in identifying and securing, safe, affordable housing. The Placement Assistance Program assists clients by finding apartments and helping them negotiate leases, obtain security deposits, and set them up with appropriate furnishings and amenities needed for independent living.

 

To request HPA services or to make a referral, please call: 347-505-5134

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OASAS NYNY III Category F Scatter-Site Housing Program:

The NYNY III Category F Housing Program, funded by the NYS Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services through the NY/NY III Agreement, and provides 25 scatter-site apartments for persons who have completed substance abuse treatment and have been clean and sober for at least 90 days.

 

The OASAS program does not accept direct referrals.
All referrals must come though NY NY III.

HIV/AIDS Services Administration (HASA) NYNY III Category H Scatter-Site Housing Program:

This housing program, funded through the City of New York Human Resources Administration (HRA) through its HIV/AIDS services Administration (HASA) provides permanent supported housing. This contract provides for 50 single occupancy scatter-site apartments.

This program does not accept direct referrals. All referrals must come though NY NY III.
For applications and information on HIV+ housing, please contact at 347-505-5134

Living Skills Groups:

In addition, BAC offers recreational activities and training in independent living skills that are open to any client receiving services from any of our housing programs. Some topics include:

– Social Skills classes: designed to enhance students self awareness skills, social interactions, coping skills, conflict resolution, medication, and group interaction skills.

– Employability classes: designed to assist students in learning job behavior, attitudes and skills needed to prepare for and secure employment.

– Consumerism classes: designed to help students develop the knowledge needed to solve everyday problems.

– Money Management: designed to assist students in developing skills to cope with common everyday money management issues.

 

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