Nursing Home Diversion
Federation of Organizations’ Nursing Home Diversion Supportive Housing Program offers supportive housing in Nassau and Suffolk Counties with enriched support services to individuals who qualify for nursing home level of care but wish to remain in the community. Our goal is to provide a safe living environment with medical coordination of care, social supports and daily living supports for individuals with disabilities who are transitioning out of nursing homes, currently homeless, or pending homelessness and can remain stable in the community without long term institutional care.
Federation has been providing housing for people with disabilities for over 20 years. Federation currently serves over 800 individuals in housing in Nassau, Suffolk, Queens, Bronx and Brooklyn. We offer a variety of housing options with individualized support services designed to assist each resident with living in the community, successfully.
Permanent, safe, affordable housing with enriched supports are the core services offered in this program.
For more information contact the Nursing Home Diversion Program at (631)669-5355 Ext. 3112
Mobile Residential Support Team (MRS)
The MRS team provides intensive support services to individuals who reside in Nassau County Scattered Site Supportive Housing within the SPA Housing system. The goal of the MRS team is to ensure clients can maintain their housing, further develop community skills, and increase their independence. Services are individualized, client centered and provided within their home and throughout the community. The team is comprised of staff working as a multidisciplinary teamincluding a Program Coordinator, Registered Nurse, and Peer Specialist. MRS staff is available 7 days a week, Monday-Friday 8am-6pm and on the weekends and holidays 9am-5pm. Staff are on-call 24/7.
Services offered from MRS include:
For additional information on the MRS program please contact: 631-299-2530 ext. 5111
Residential Transitional Support (RTS)
The RTS team provides intensive and enriched services for individuals residing in Suffolk County. The team serves individuals living in various housing types including Supportive Scattered Site Housing, Community Residences and CR-SROs as well as living in the community looking to either move into SPA housing or remain in the community stably. The goal of RTS is to work with individuals to assist in developing the necessary skills to obtain or maintain their independence. Individuals can be seen frequently, on average 1-2 times a week; however more intensive and frequent supports can be provided when necessary. Each individual creates a person-centered service plan and chooses the services they will work on with the RTS team.
Federation of Organizations has two RTS teams, one serving Eastern Suffolk and one serving Western Suffolk. Each team is comprised of Masters level behavioral health workers, RNs, LPNs, direct care staff, and peer specialists. RTS staff is available 7–days a week, Monday-Friday 8am-9pm and on the weekends and holidays 9am-5pm. Staff are on-call 24/7.
Services Offered include:
To apply: Fill out an RTS Referral Form and send to the information listed on the form. Please include a copy of the most recent psychosocial, psychiatric summary and physical.
For additional information on the RTS program please contact: 631-299-2530 ext. 5111