Housing for the Homeless
Abraham Residence I
3915 Neptune Avenue
Abraham Residence II
3811 Surf Avenue
Abraham Residences I & II are two Single Room Occupancy Independent Living residences in Seagate, Brooklyn for individuals 55 and older.
Both residences are former hotels; Abraham Residence I has 75 units, Abraham Residence II has 41 units. All of the units are studios complete with a private bath and a kitchenette which includes a refrigerator, stove and sink.
While residents prepare their own meals, there is a communal dining room where residents participate in celebrating special events. The facilities also feature lounges, outdoor verandas, a library, and a spacious garden.
Applicants or tenants of these residences are referred to us by the New York City Department of Homeless Services and community-based organizations.
The mission of Hillside House is to provide temporary housing to homeless families while offering them the supportive services that will help them attain self-sufficiency, independence and permanent housing.
Centrally located in Jamaica Queens, residents have access to transportation and the Mary Immaculate Hospital.
During their stay at Hillside House, the residents receive a myriad of services. Each family is assigned a caseworker who assesses the families’ needs and links them to the appropriate services. In addition to a caseworker, the family is also assigned a vocational counselor to assist them with locating gainful employment and a housing specialist to assist the family with locating permanent housing. Hillside House also provides on-site child care, after school homework assistance and year round recreational services for the entire family. The average length of stay for a family at Hillside House is approximately one year. The mission of Hillside House is to provide temporary housing to homeless families while offering them the supportive services that will help them attain self-sufficiency, independence and permanent housing.
Applicants or tenants of this residence are referred by the New York City Department of Homeless Services.