YWRAP supportive services have been provided to women and children of our community for more than 100 years. Residential services is dedicated to helping homeless women face issues of domestic violence, substance abuse, mental health problems, childcare issues, as well as vocational and education needs.
Our goal is to assist women in gaining self-sufficiency and independence. YWCA of Binghamton / Broome County strives to do this by providing a supportive and safe environment for women and their children.
YWCA Binghamton/Broome County is a member of the Coalition for the Homeless of the Southern Tier. http://southerntierhomeless.com/
Serves homeless women and their dependent children for up to 21 days with a focus on stabilizing women that are in crisis and providing them with case management, basic needs and supportive counseling. 24-Hour admission. Payment can either be from DSS for eligible women or private pay of $25 /night.
Contact: 607-772-0340 x 235, 223, or 241
A permanent supportive housing program for young women aged 18 – 29 and their dependent children, if applicable. IILP provides intensive case management and supportive counseling via a Master’s level counselor. 7 month minimum commitment required. Rent can be either DSS funded, if eligible, or 30% gross income as a private pay resident.
Contact: 607-772-0340 x 232
A permanent supportive housing program offering case management and supportive counseling via a referral by the case manager. This program receives rental subsidy from the US Dept of Housing and Urban Development for partial rent. The resident is responsible for the other portion of rent either by DSS, if eligible, or by private payment.
Contact: 607-772-0340 x 223. For women aged 18 and up.
Information, referrals and vocational/educational counseling are a component of all residential programs.
A permanent supportive housing program providing case management and supportive counseling with an MSW. For women aged 18 and up.
7 month minimum commitment required. Rent can be either DSS funded, if eligible, or 30% gross income as a private pay resident.
Contact: 607-772-0340 x 235
All programs except Emergency Housing require participants to have a disability as defined by HUD and documentation of that disability prior to admission to the program. The disabilities would include:
Residents of all programs can be referred to the in house Vocational/Educational Counselor or to the in house Credentialed Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Counselor by their case manager, counselor or social worker.