New supportive housing developments open in Albany
ALBANY, N.Y. (News10) — Next Avenue Family Residences and Elm Street Estates, a pair of everlasting supportive housing developments in downtown Albany, have officially opened. The $3.4 million challenge developed 6 townhomes with 15 supportive housing models that will provide youth, youthful mother and father, and those with serious psychological disease or HIV/AIDS, who previously professional homelessness.
“We have manufactured unparalleled investments in increasing the availability of supportive housing across the state and this progress, combining affordable housing and quickly offered guidance services, will help transform life,” said Governor Kathy Hochul. “Second Avenue Loved ones Flats and Elm Street Estates, like so lots of some others supported via the Homeless Housing and Guidance Program, will help youthful mothers and fathers and men and women going through homelessness with a safe, steady, and supportive setting exactly where they can live and prosper.”
The challenge was funded by means of New York State’s Homeless Housing and Help Software and was produced by CARES of NY. CARES of NY will give supportive companies for all models, which are located close to bus lines, the area grocery store, and wellness treatment companies.
“The Second Street Family members Apartments and the Elm Road Estates will provide far more vulnerable New Yorkers with a spot to connect with dwelling,” said Lieutenant Governor Antonio Delgado. “These new supportive apartments will assistance numerous youthful persons with major mental health issues or HIV/AIDS by providing them a caring and supportive alternate to homelessness the place they can not only are living but acquire necessary providers.”
The state finances has $128 million in funding for the Homeless Housing and Guidance Software to create new supportive housing models or maintenance present emergency shelters. The software has so far allocated about $102.5 million to 865 units of long-lasting supportive housing, 14 units of transitional housing, and 67 units of crisis housing.