Unhoused New Yorkers
Samaritan Daytop Village offers help to unhoused New Yorkers through partnerships with the New York City Department of Homeless Services and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.
Temporary Housing & Shelters
We operate residences for families without homes at our 93rd Avenue, Belt Park, Boulevard, Bridge II, Bridge Haven, Gloria's House, and Rachel's House facilities. We also administer the Forbell, Myrtle Avenue, 49th Street, 53rd Street and Clermont shelters for men and the Van Siclen Women's Shelter for women. These programs provide individuals and families with a temporary place to stay while they work to acquire permanent housing and return to the community. Each year, Samaritan Daytop Village helps more than 800 New Yorkers find permanent, affordable places to live. To access New York City shelters and transitional residences, please see our FAQs.
Permanent Supportive Housing Program
Samaritan Daytop Village's Permanent Supportive Housing Program provides an affordable apartment unit, rental assistance and support services to New Yorkers in need of a place to live. Samaritan Daytop Village currently operates 180 supportive housing units in buildings throughout New York City. A bridge to self-sufficiency, the program generally requires recipients pay approximately 30% of their monthly adjusted income toward rent while they work toward establishing greater financial stability and self-sufficiency. However, each residence has specific requirements regarding rental assistance. Samaritan Daytop Village also provides case management that links clients to needed services and other supports in the community. Funding is provided through grants from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development and the New York State Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services.