Praxis Housing Initiatives

New York, NY
Contact Information

130 West 29th Street, 7th Floor
New York, NY - 10004

(212) 293-8404 Click to call There is 1 comment. Scroll down to see the details. Facebook Page
About Praxis Housing Initiatives

Praxis Housing Initiatives Inc., has been providing housing and case management to chronically homeless persons living with HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis C, physical disabilities, addiction, mental illness, domestic violence histories and re-entry population (formerly incarcerated). Praxis has been able to reduce recidivism back to homelessness, addiction, incarceration, through our low threshold approach to case management. Our approach is not complicated, but quite simple, we believe that our clients need to take part in planning for their future. We ask for their input, when identifying their barriers, challenges and goals.

Programs and Services:

    Emergency Supportive Transitional Housing

    Independent Living Skills Development

    Health Services & Referrals

    HIV/AIDS Treatment Adherence Education & Support

    Case Management Services

    Opiate Overdose Prevention Training

    Recovery Readiness Support Groups

    Harm Reduction Support Groups

    Hepatitis Education & Referrals

    Hepatitis C Check program services

    HVC prevention and support groups

    Scatter Site I Program

    Housing Placement Assistance

    Educational & Support Group Services

    Nutritional Counseling Services Referrals (linkage)

    Entitlement Advocacy

    Understanding Your Government Workshops (VOCAL NY) linkage

    Re-Entry Legal Advocacy (legal Action Center) linkage

    Workforce Development Program

    Case management with a Harm Reduction Philosophy

Please visit their website to confirm their hours of operation.

Mission Statement

The mission of Praxis Housing Initiatives is to bring about sustainable transformation in the lives of chronically homeless persons with HIV/AIDS, mental health issues, chemical dependency, and other special needs.

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Anonymous - Mar 27, 2021

Me, my husband, and my ESA (Emotional Support Animal) kitten, are looking for affordable housing in a neighborhood that we would feel safe in.

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