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Supported Housing





Room to Recover

Recovery Options means HOME. The foundation of the Housing Support program through Recovery Options Made Easy is based on choice, community integration and regaining independence through several types of supported housing. Regardless of housing type eligibility, our peers and partners—across six Western New York counties—provide safe, affordable housing specific to your experienced and current trauma. When accepted, a peer housing specialist will work with you and/or your family to select an apartment. You can look at three apartments in the community of your choice. Through it all, our peer-certified advocates understand that a house is more than shelter—it’s often the foundation of your recovery.

A Place to Base Your Recovery

You always come first in your recovery. That’s why in all Recovery Options Made Easy Housing Support programs, you sign the lease. Our program then helps with security deposits, start-up furnishings, and (if necessary) a stipend for up to 70% of your new rent expense—depending on your or your family’s income. As everyone’s recovery needs and experiences vary, Recovery Options brings a few Housing Support options home for you to consider.

Recovery Options Housing Support

Long Term Stay

Individuals must have stayed in a psychiatric facility for at least six (6) months.

HUD Homeless Housing

Individuals must meet HUD’s definition of homelessness.


Individuals who have multiple issues and many different needs.

OMH Supported Housing

Accommodations funded by the Office of Mental Health. 

Get the Support You Need

Recovery Options provides supported housing for individuals and families in Allegany, Cattaraugus, Chautauqua, Erie, Monroe, and Niagara Counties. 

You must meet the following to be eligible:

18 years or older.

Live with a mental
health issue.

Meet specific income requirements.

Most referrals must come through your county’s single point of access (SPOA) committee which determines the level of housing you need/want.

The Golden Thread Woven Throughout

Housing is often the first step in your recovery experience. Each step after is supported by ROME peers who have been down similar roads and know how recovery progresses. We pair our Housing Support, and all our programs, with guided Peer Support for an all-encompassing recovery plan. Peer Support helps to empower you with a variety of wellness and recovery options. Housing Support at ROME is more than a roof over your head. In addition to shelter and independence, you can leverage Peer Support and other services on your continuing journey of recovery.

  • Choice
  • Empowerment
  • Wellness and Recovery Options
  • Community Integration
  • Landlord Negotiations
  • Financial Stability
  • Community and Education Stability
  • Building Purpose
  • Motivating for Wellness
  • Improving Overall Self-Esteem
  • Providing Opportunities for Love and Support
  • Connecting to Others and Integrated into the Community
  • Providing a Valued Social and Family Role
  • Assisting with Educational, Vocational, and Employment Opportunities
  • Assisting with Improvements in Behavioral and Physical Health

Housing Services Available in Chautauqua, Cattaraugus, Allegany, Niagara, Erie, and Monroe Counties.

Ready for Home Options?

Even if you’re unsure, we’d love to hear from you. As peers, we ask questions that lead to answers, not accusations. There are a variety of housing options suited for your needs. We’re ready to help your recovery along.