Supported Single Room Occupancy Residence
The Supportive Single Room Occupancy (SRO) is a residence located on the Ottilie campus in Queens for young adult men and women with both a developmental disability and a serious emotional disturbance. These young adults are not yet ready to make the transition from a structured Residential Treatment Facility or hospital to community-based living and need extra support to make that transition successful. This program is complimented by the Outreach Service Center which provides employment and entitlement assistance along with other supportive services for the SRO residents as well as other dual-diagnosed young adults living in the community.
Who Can Benefit from this Program
Young people who are dual diagnosed (SED/IDD) preparing to transition to the community
18- 24 years of age
How to Access this Program or Service
Referral to SCO Supported SRO Program.
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