Stable and safe housing is the foundation for one’s wellbeing. Having your own living space yields a multitude of opportunities and stronger supports for children, youth, adults and families.
Behavioral Health Services North, Inc. provides a comprehensive range of supportive residential care that includes licensed Community Residences, Apartment Programs, and Supported Housing programs. Supportive housing is an effective strategy that combines affordable housing with coordinated services to help those struggling with chronic physical and mental health issues maintain stable housing and receive appropriate health care. Applying a person-centered approach and coordinated care model, participants are empowered to pursue their goals and reach their full potential.
BREAKTHROUGH II HOUSING (CONGREGATE CARE LEVEL II)
Behavioral Health Services North, Inc. offers a Community Residence that provides 24/7 on-site support for persons recovering from mental illnesses that are in need of a structured living environment. The community residence is equipped with “practice apartments” that assist individuals before transitioning into a lesser level of care.
TWIN OAKS COMMUNITY RESIDENCE
HELPING HANDS HOUSING (SUPPORTIVE SCATTERED SITE HOUSING)
Helping Hands Housing assists persons recovering from mental illness and their families secure and maintain safe and affordable permanent housing of their choosing within Clinton County. Recipients need to have the basic skills necessary for independent living, including the ability to self-administer and manage medications.
HOMESTEADS ON AMPERSAND (SPECIAL NEEDS UNIT)
This safe, affordable rental housing complex conveniently located behind Consumer Square in Plattsburgh, includes apartments dedicated to individuals recovering from mental illness. Financial services such as rental subsidies, assistance in furnishing apartment, and security deposits may be available depending on need.
"SHANNON'S HOUSE" (AKA HOUSING NORTH)
BHSN owns and operates “Shannon’s House” which is comprised of four apartments in a complex within the City of Plattsburgh. This program offers single, homeless individuals recovering from mental illness, safe, affordable, permanent housing. Recipients may be eligible to receive Helping Hands Housing financial and support services while participating in the program.