Housing-Oneida County

Oneida County

The following programs are operated by Central New York Services

 

Shelter Plus care

Designed to maintain stable housing for low-income individuals with current substance abuse and/or mental health diagnosis. Serves individuals who are homeless and have a documented status of homeless per the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Shelter Plus Care provides case management services including an Individualized Service Plan (ISP) and monthly home visits. Participants will be linked to further community supports as well as Section 8 housing. Assists the recovery process by ensuring housing is maintained through monthly rental subsidies and security deposits as needed.

Download referral form 
Complete and fax to (315) 724-6459 prior to scheduling an intake appointment. Contact: (315) 732-4202.

Supportive Living

Support services for homeless adults with current Axis I diagnosis of substance abuse.  Criteria: must be able to document homelessness, treatment, and income. Case managers work with consumers to develop Individualized Service Plans (ISP) with the goal of achieving self-sufficiency within 2 years. Case managers have weekly contact with consumers and biweekly home visits, to work on linking to community supports. ISP usually addresses personal, vocational, and housing needs.

Download referral form
Complete and fax to (315) 724-6459 prior to scheduling an intake appointment. Contact: (315) 732-4202.

Dual Recovery Supportive Living

Support services for homeless adults with current Axis I Mental Health and Substance Abuse diagnosis. Criteria: must be able to document homelessness, treatment, and income. Case managers work with consumers to develop Individualized Service Plans (ISP) with the goal of achieving self-sufficiency within 2 years. Case managers have weekly contact with consumers and biweekly home visits, working on linking to community supports. ISP usually addresses personal, vocational, and housing needs.

Download referral form
Complete and fax to (315) 724-6459 prior to scheduling an intake appointment. Contact: (315) 732-4202.

OASAS Medicaid Re-Design Team Permanent Supportive Housing

The MRT Permanent Supportive Housing Program is a partnership between OASAS and Central New York Services, Inc. It was designed to enable individuals with chronic substance abuse issues to obtain and remain in safe and affordable permanent housing. Program components include rental subsidies and other occupancy costs for apartments, program supervision, housing counseling services, employment counseling services and, clinical supervision for the direct care staff. Criteria: must have a substance abuse diagnosis; must be actively on Medicaid; must have a history of 2 inpatient hospitalizations/rehab stays, or 5 emergency room/detox visits within the past 12 months, must be enrolled in or eligible for and willing to enroll in a Health Home; must be a single adult living alone; must have a history of or be at risk for homelessness.

Download referral form
Complete and fax to (315) 507-2206. Contact: (315) 507-2509

Rapid Re-Housing

The Rapid Re-Housing Program is designed to enable homeless individuals and their families to obtain safe and affordable housing with the goal of increasing skills and income, and ultimately achieving self-sufficiency and independence.

With assistance through the provision of Case Management Services, individuals will find housing and acquire a security deposit and three months of rental assistance.

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