Supporting Housing for All & Fighting Homelessness

Supporting Housing for All & Fighting Homelessness New Yorkers in need have stable and affordable housing. Goddard Riverside’s housing units provide safe, affordable homes for some of New York City’s most vulnerable populations, including older adults, formerly homeless people and those with mental illness. Residents receive on-site services ranging from benefits assistance to mental health […]

Homeless Outreach

Homeless Outreach to Help the Most Vulnerable New Yorkers Living on the Streets Goddard Riverside has been a pioneer in homeless services since the 1970s. We were among the first organizations to establish homeless outreach teams to seek out and help the most vulnerable New Yorkers living on the streets. Now Goddard Riverside continues to lead as […]

Law Project

Legal services and tenant-organizing support to low-income residents on the west side of Manhattan Note: Due to the Coronavirus outbreak, the Law Project is not accepting walk-ins. All contact will be done by telephone. What does the statewide Eviction Moratorium mean for you? What should you do if you can’t pay rent? Get answers in […]

Senate Residence

Supportive Housing Residence for Formerly Homeless Adults The Senate is a permanent supportive housing residence for formerly homeless adults, many with mental illness. Developed in 1988, The Senate was one of the first low-income housing tax credit projects in New York City. An eight-story building, The Senate includes 136 single-room occupancy units, along with offices and […]

West 140th Street

Permanent Supportive Housing for Previously Homeless Adults With a History of Mental Illness Goddard Riverside’s five-story residence onWest 140th Street provides affordable, permanent supportive housing for 48 previously homeless adults with a history of mental illness. The building consists of fully furnished studio apartments, offices for the social service and building staff, and ample common […]

Capitol Hall

Capitol Hall provides housing for men and women who are vulnerable to homelessness because of their age, income or disability. A 10-story building, Capitol Hall includes 201 single-room occupancy units, as well as offices and community space. Our staff provides daily meals, case management, recreational activities, holiday celebrations, 24-hour/7-day front-desk and more, while keeping tenant privacy […]

Corner House

A supportive housing residence in West Harlem for older adults and formerly homeless mentally ill adults.  TheCorner House building was newly renovated when it opened in 1997, and its 34 studio apartments are fully furnished. Each tenant is assigned a case manager with whom they meet regularly. A tenants committee plans activities including the annual […]