AIM provides integrated, supportive housing for people with disabilities who are facing homelessness.

This program is funded by the Empire State Supportive Housing Initiative. 

Apartments are available for Medicaid recipients 55 and older who require assistance with activities of daily living; individuals who are 18 and older with eligibility for services through the New York State Office for People with Developmental Disabilities (OPWDD); and military veterans with disabilities.

Applicants must be homeless, at risk of homelessness or inappropriately institutionalized.

The apartment complex is located in the Elmira area. This program serves Chemung, Steuben, Schuyler, Allegany and Livingston counties.

A rent subsidy is available through the Empire State Supportive Housing Initiative. Residents pay 30% of income, less allowances, toward rent.

Residents live independently. AIM has staff on site who advocate for residents; connect them to services available in the community; provide independent living skills training, and facilitate social and recreational opportunities.

The apartment complex is located on a bus route near employment opportunities, a grocery store, a medical clinic and a park.

For more information, contact Housing Coordinator Joanne Carlyle at (607) 962-8225, ext. 246.