Residents of our shelter programs are encouraged to build a sense of community and belonging. They have access to all of our non-residential services during and after their time in shelter. We work with clients to provide economic education and long term management skills that allow them to secure permanent housing, understand their housing rights, maintain a budget, and navigate the tenant-landlord relationship.
Emergency Shelter at Morivivi
Our emergency shelter, Morivivi, is an option for survivors as they move forward establishing violence-free lives. Families are housed in scattered site apartment for up to 180 days and receive a range of services including individual and group counseling, advocacy, and case management
Transitional Housing at Casa Sandra
At Casa Sandra we provide eligible families coming out of domestic violence shelters up to two years of transitional/supportive housing. Clients are referred via New York City’s network of emergency domestic violence shelter or other community-based organizations.