Housing

Goddard Riverside's housing units provide safe, affordable homes for some of New York City's most vulnerable populations, including older adults, formerly homeless people and those with mental illness. Residents receive on-site services ranging from benefits assistance to mental health care to social activities that help ensure that individuals stay connected to their community.

The supportive housing model grew out of the work that we and other organizations have done with Homeless Outreach over the past three decades. It is a Housing First model and recognizes that people who face multiple challenges are much more successful at meeting those challenges if they have a permanent home and ready access to the support they need.

Our four Manhattan buildings are integrated with their surrounding neighborhoods and strive to be a positive force in the community. Residents engage in local improvements such as planting flowers and caring for trees.

The services offered by our supportive housing programs include:

  • medication monitoring
  • case management
  • money management
  • entitlement assistance
  • medical and psychiatric care
  • substance use counseling
  • work readiness training
  • meals program
  • 24-hour/7-day front-desk security
  • group activities ranging from trips and movies to quilting and gardening

Our Residences

Capitol Hall (West 87th Street)

Corner House (Edgecombe Avenue at 141st Street) 

Senate Residence (West 92nd Street)

West 140th Street