Supportive Individual Residential Alternatives
Supportive Individual Residential Alternatives are one or two bed residences for high functioning adults with developmental disabilities who don’t require 24-hour supervision. Staff members assist residents with medical appointments and continue working with these adults to enhance their independent living skills. Residents often attend day programs or work in the community. Our supportive IRAs are located on Long Island.
From Foster Care to Advocate
Today, I am at Teachers College Columbia University earning my Masters in Clinical Psychology on a full scholarship, so that I, too, can be a source of support for youth in need. Learn More
Selena has found her calling. She has found healing through sharing her story and inspiring others and she has experienced personal growth in the process. Learn More
of young adults in foster care (18+) are enrolled in school or working
of the young adults in our Scattered Site Supportive Housing program were gainfully employed, engaged in school, or both