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NAICA DeKalb Transitional Housing Program

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NAICA DeKalb Transitional Housing Program has a capacity to house a maximum of 100 general population homeless men referred by Department of Homeless services (DHS). The facility provides case management on an individual basis and offers group sessions in various subject matters.

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1154-1156 Dekalb Avenue
Brooklyn
Kings County, NY
New York
11221, United States
  • 100 Beds
  • Age Group
    18 - 99 years

Payment Options

  • Free

Treatments Offered

  • Case Management
  • Group Therapy

Patient Population

  • Adults

Extra Services

  • Advocacy Service
  • Assistance with Obtaining Social Services

About NAICA DeKalb Transitional Housing Program

Program Overview

NAICA DeKalb Transitional Housing Program opened its doors in July of 2016. It currently has a capacity to house a maximum of 100 general population homeless men referred by Department of Homeless services (DHS). Here we provide case management on an individual basis and offer group sessions in various subject matters. In addition, we work with residents to assist them in getting independent living arrangements through numerous avenues.

Our Objectives:

  • To increase access/availability for individuals in need of transitional housing placement for no more than (6) months.
  • To secure and place identified individuals into safe and appropriate permanent housing.
  • To assess and prepare eligible individuals with the skills/knowledge to secure vocational/employment opportunity for ultimate self-sufficiency.

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