Tenant Profiles

Photos of people in supportive housing

Every supportive housing tenant has a story to tell. They are stories of loss and struggle, recovery and triumph. Supportive housing, after all, is simply a means to help at-risk people flourish under backbreaking circumstances. Below, you'll find 15 real-life stories of New Yorkers who fought homelessness, addiction, mental illness, post-incarceration and unemployment with the help of supportive housing.


Alberto

Palladia, Inc.


 

 

Crystal

Palladia, Inc.


 


Dede

Hour Children

 



Ebony

Hour Children
 

 


Emily

Palladia, Inc.


 


Jamie

Institute for Community Living


 


Jennifer

Neighbors of Watertown


 


Johanna

Hour Children


 


Karen

Bethesda House of Schenectady


 


Kellie

Hour Children


 


Lawrence

Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Albany


 


Margaret

Bowery Residents' Committee


 


Melissa

JCTOD Outreach, Inc. dba Johnson Park Center


 


Richard

Housing and Services, Inc.


 


Tonia

Palladia, Inc.


 


Wilmarie

Hour Children


 

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