Supportive Housing

Phipps Neighborhoods serves mentally ill and formerly homeless men at Honeywell Apartments and Courtlandt Community through a referral program with the NYC Department of Homeless Services.

On-site staff provides supportive housing and training to address the mental health, education, and employment needs of the residents. Services focus on:

  • Life skills
  • Money management
  • Medication compliance
  • Organized recreation.

Referrals to Phipps Neighborhoods educational programs help residents gain practical skills that will enable them to become self-sufficient.

This program is funded by the Department of Mental Health & Hygiene and the Department of Homeless Services. For information about family support services and transitional housing, contact the New York City Department of Homeless Services. Referrals only from DHS for transitional & supportive housing.

Please Note: Phipps Neighborhoods does not provide housing opportunities for individuals who contact our organization. All referrals for transitional housing and supportive housing come directly from the New York City Department of Homeless Services. Following DHS policies and procedures, no phone calls or emails will be accepted regarding this matter.

For more information about any of these programs, contact

About Phipps Neighborhoods

Phipps Neighborhoods helps children, youth, and families in low-income communities rise above poverty. We work in South Bronx neighborhoods where we can address the greatest barriers to lasting success through workforce and education programs, and access to community and economic empowerment resources.

We’re dedicated to our neighborhoods for the long term, supporting individuals and families as they establish self-sufficiency. Our services create opportunities for people to thrive in every aspect of their lives.