120 units of supportive housing in development in the South Bronx
Who We Are
Supportive Housing is the next major BFL program: 120 units of supportive housing in development in New York’s South Bronx.
How We Help
Fifty family units for families with a disabled head of household who is a victim/survivor of domestic violence.
Seventy studio apartments for disabled victims/survivors of domestic violence, women with disabilities who are being diverted from possible nursing home placement (including some of the Transitional Housing residents we serve), and veterans with disabilities.
How To Reach Us:
A $7million request for Homeless Housing and Assistance Program (HHAP) support has been approved by the HHAP Board. “Congratulations to all who worked so hard to make that proposal a success,” said BFL President/CEO Paul Feuerstein. The funding is related to BFLs newest vision, the agency’s Supportive Housing Project. HHAP [...]» Read More
NEWS ! On May 24, 2012 BFL successfully closed on a $3,050,000 loan with the Corporation for our newest Supportive Housing vision. BFL now officially owns the property and we can get our architects and engineers working on designing the building. Stay tuned for updates!
“This is the natural next step in our continuum of care to support people in their quest for barrier free living,”
Paul Feuerstein, President/CEO.