Ulster County Information
Substance Abuse adult (18 and over) community residence. OASAS Certified individuals who are Medicaid-eligible and needing 24/7 care from staff. Staff work intensely with the residents in formulating individualized service plans. These generally include medication management and training, life skills training, and services and interventions that support sobriety, health and wellness. Group living programs are intended to transition residents to more independent settings as soon as possible.
Treatment Apartment Program
OMH-licensed residential units of one, two, or three bedrooms with visiting staff who provide individualized Medicaid-reimbursed services similar to, but generally less intensive than, those offered in a group living setting. Residents are expected to transition to more independent living when able. On-call is available 24 hours a day - 7 days a week.
Supported Housing Program
Non-licensed apartment living with rental assistance and case management housing support services provided to help individuals secure and maintain successful community living. Residents choose their own apartment, receive funding for furnishings and security deposits, and may choose to live alone or have the option of selecting an apartment-mate(s). Staff visit residents at least once a month or more often if necessary.