DAYS/HOURS: Sunday to Saturday - 10:00AM - 6:00PM24 Hour Emergency Service ERP is a Scatter-site intensive- supportive level II program for adults with SMI and BH issues; 2 0r 3 bedroom shared units; person centered support plans and case management services to assist individuals to gain skills and knowledge to move into more independent living in the community.
EHRLICH SUPPORTED HOUSING PROGRAM (ESP)
DAYS/HOURS: Sunday to Saturday - 9:30AM-5:30PM24 Hour Emergency Service ESP provides Scatter-site apartments for Adults with SMI and other health concerns; supportive services, linkages to community based services; housing related supports; budget management; and case management to improve and support independent living in the community
EHRLICH TIEBOUT PROGRAM (ETP)
DAYS/HOURS: Sunday to Saturday - 9:30AM-5:30PM24 Hour Emergency Service ETP provides Permanent housing in a single site building for single adults who are seriously & persistently mentally ill residents, must be CSS eligible & are housed individually in their own apartments. They are encouraged to avail themselves of support systems in the community. Residents pay 30% of their income towards rent & are responsible for other apartment expenses. Case Management services & access to housing related support are available.
THE EHRLICH RESIDENCE (ER)
DAYS/HOURS: Sunday to Saturday - 24/724 Hour Emergency Service ER provides permanent, supportive housing in a single site building for single adults who are challenged with chronic medical conditions. The program-located in the South Bronx-consists of 40 efficiency apartments, offers 24/7 security, and abuts St. Mary's park. In addition to onsite Case Management services, residents are offered free evening meals and access to washer/dryer facilities. Residents must pay 30% of their income towards rent and are referred to the program by NYC Human Resources Administration.
EHRLICH APARTMENT PROGRAM (EAP)
DAYS/HOURS:Monday to Friday - 9:00AM-5:00PM24 Hour Emergency ServiceEAP is a scattered-site apartment program for adults and families who are medically involved, as well as seriously and persistently mentally ill. These individuals must be HRA approved. Case management, counseling, daily living, skills training, crisis intervention, social activities and support services are available to residents.