Event Press | April 9, 2019

Catholic Charities opens low-income housing in the Bronx

 

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Catholic Charities opens low-income housing in the Bronx
BY Jennifer Henderson, Crain’s New York Business

 

 

Catholic Charities and Catholic Homes New York, along with city and state officials, gathered Monday afternoon to open St. Augustine Terrace, a 112-unit low-income housing building in the Bronx. There are 35 units reserved for adults with mental illness.

 

Residents with mental illness will receive ongoing services, such as case management, from the Beacon of Hope division of Catholic Charities Community Services. Most previously stayed in group residences. Continue reading…