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Community Residences

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Sister Anne Mary Regan Residence in Port Chester, New York.
These programs are transitional congregate community residences that provide 24-hour supervision with comprehensive, structured and therapeutic programs to prepare adults with serious mental illness for more independent living.

Chait House
101 Tompkins Avenue
Staten Island, NY 10304
Tel (718) 876-3740
Fax (718) 876-1876

Sister Mary Assisium Residence
382 Westervelt Ave.
Staten Island, NY 10301
Tel (718) 876-1290
Fax (718) 273-3963

Austin House
20 Austin Place
Staten Island, NY 10301
Tel (718) 876-1316
Fax (718) 876-4339

Community Residences for Special Populations

Community Residence for Co-Occurring Disorders

Chait Residence is an innovative transitional congregate residence designed for adults who are dually diagnosed with both mental illness and substance abuse disorder (co-occurring disorders). The program is modeled on a modified therapeutic concept, which uses a three-tier approach to recovery, sobriety and psychiatric stabilization. The program provides 24-hour supervision with comprehensive, structured and therapeutic programs to prepare clients for more independent living.

Chait Residence 
101 Tompkins Avenue
Staten Island, NY 10304
Tel (718) 876-3740
Fax (718) 876-1876 

Community Residence for Older Adults

The Tompkins Residence is a 24-bed residence for individuals with serious mental illness who are older than 45 years of age. The program offers 24-hour supervision with comprehensive, structured and therapeutic activities. Special attention is given to medical issues and coordination of medical and psychiatric medications.

Tompkins Residence
1150 Castleton Avenue
Staten Island, NY 10310
Tel (718) 876-2810
Fax (718) 876-4414 

Chemical Dependence Community Residence for Women

The Sister Anne Mary Regan Residence provides a structured, supervised environment for chemically dependent women making the transition to abstinent living. The program offers 24-hour care and a short-term transitional residence to individuals who have potential for restoration to independent living in recovery.

Sister Anne Mary Regan Residence
for women with chemical dependency
18 Spring Street
Port Chester, NY 10573
Tel (914) 848-3101 or (914) 848-3110

Contact Us

Referrals to any of these community-based programs are initiated by sending referral material (including HRA-2011 E housing application) to:

Referral Coordinator, Residential Services
1216 Bay Street
Staten Island, NY 10305

or by faxing the information to (718) 273-5159.

All programs accept Medicaid, SSI/SSA, public assistance or self pay.