Mission: Provide temporary housing to homeless families in the bronx. The facility is a tier ii shelter funded by the nyc department of homeless services. The population of the families served is homeless women and their children under 14 years old. The shelter's capacity is 49 residential units. Social services are provided to the residents. The goal is to find permanent housing for the families in the shelter
Programs: The organization operates a family shelter program that provides transitional housing and services to homeless women and their children 14 and younger in the bronx, ny. The organization provides a social service program to assist residents with housing placement, family counseling, referrals on entitlement programs as well as employment and educational opportunities for adults. Day care services are also provided to the residents' children. The total days of care provided for the fiscal year ended 6/30/16 was 17,560 days. The maximum number of families the shelter can accomodate at one time is 49.
Sammon build is the worst shelter for homeless woman the apartment are nice but the staff could care less about the woman they try to get the families children taken away by making false acs reports. The director crystal standish has a history at the sammon build failing reports on tents because she feels shes has the power to get there children taken away from them. They need a whole knew staff. Staff members should be drug tested and crystal standish and mr McMillan should be fired i would investigate before i donate