For People with Histories of Homelessness
The Delancey Street Program engages people who have histories of long-term homelessness compounded by problems of mental illness and substance use. Using a “housing first” approach, these services assist participants to establish and maintain housing; improve their health and their quality of life.
Delancey Apartments opened in 2009 as a collaboration between Guild Incorporated and Project for Pride In Living. It provides 13 units of permanent, supportive housing for people experiencing chronic homelessness who have had difficulty maintaining their housing; and features easy access to things like nursing and employment support.
Delancey Supportive Housing Services offers housing along with services that allow people to live independently. The goal of these services is to assist individuals to maintain safe and affordable housing, develop community-living skills, and achieve greater self-determination.
Hospital to Home (H2H) identifies efficient, cost effective ways for individuals with mental illness experiencing homelessness and chronic health conditions to get the care they need without relying on high-cost emergency room care. H2H is the partnership of many organizations including Guild Incorporated.
Housing Access Resource Team (HART) engages landlords and cultivates ongoing relationships with them in addition to connecting prospective tenants, who are homeless or at imminent risk of homelessness, with landlords. The HART team helps individuals find and keep housing by providing housing transition and tenancy sustaining services.
Free language assistance and interpreter services are available.
Guild Incorporated complies with applicable Federal civil rights laws and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, disability, or sex.