EMERGENCY AND PERMANENT SUPPORTIVE HOUSING
We Provide Individual Clean, safe apartments for homeless or formerly homeless women and their dependent children. Empowering women in supportive housing programs to live independent, healthy lives.
YWCA housing gives over 500 women the stability, support and resources while they are in recovery. They are able to build their confidence and life skills to transform to independence in the community. Because of the YWCA, women are able to take away the stress of “Where will I sleep?” Women will be taken out of dangerous living situations and given a new start in life.
The Bridge Program:
An innovative housing approach focusing on mothers in recovery who have given birth to babies addicted to opioids or other illegal substances.
RAPID REHOUSING PROGRAM:
Offsite rehousing program for 25 homeless individuals and families in Broome County.
- Future Off-Site Housing Expansion 15 units for very low-income families with mental health issues in Endicott
- 14 bed emergency shelter for women and families.
- 48 permanent supportive housing units
YWCA Rapid Rehousing Program: New York State Office of Temporary and Disability Assistance (OTDA) program providing support services and rental assistance to 25 homeless households in Broome County. YWCA staff assist homeless families and individuals in finding safe, affordable permanent housing off-site in an area of their choice and will provide rental assistance, financial support for utilities, transportation and household needs for 12-18 months.
Endicott Square: Housing developers, Housing Visions, Inc. completed renovation of an old school in Endicott and turned it into 70 units of affordable housing for low-income families and individuals. Through a contract with NYS Empire Supportive Homeless Housing Initiative (ESSHI) the YWCA will be providing supportive services to 15 homeless families residing at Endicott Square. The grand opening for Endicott Square is scheduled for September 1, 2021.