We want to let you know that Comunilife is remaining vigilant about protecting individual and community health. We have been closely monitoring the status of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak to ensure that the needs of our clients and staff are addressed as the situation evolves. We would like you to be assured that our staff remain available to our clients and others seeking assistance. Comunilife’s administrative offices will have limited staff, with limited hours, as long as safely possible. The balance of staff working remotely.
If you have a general question about Comunilife, questions about our housing programs and availability, or wish to contact staff at our central administrative office please continue to call (212) 219-1618. If nobody is available please follow the instructions and we will get back to you promptly.
If you are a tenant in one of our scatter site housing programs and need assistance, please contact the office in the borough in which you live.
Bronx (718) 617-6400
Brooklyn (718) 855-6929
Queens (718) 706-7503
If you are a resident in Comunilife Congregate Housing, your program offices will be staffed. Please contact them with any concerns.
All staff, both those working remotely and those in the office, will be checking their emails and phone messages regularly. Please contact them directly.
Comunilife’s Medical Respite Program is working with City and State officials to help meet the housing needs of hospital patients who can safely be transferred to outpatient status to accommodate those who need in-patient care. If you have questions concerning the Medical Respite Program please contact Dr. Beverly Raudales at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For health Department updates about COVID-19,
- Visit health.ny.gov/diseases/communicable/coronavirus
- Call the NYS Department of Health Coronavirus hotline at 1-888-364-3065
- Text COVID to 692-692
We are strongly encouraging anyone who is feeling sick to stay at home and contact their doctor. If you have a medical emergency, please contact 911.
Please Stay Safe,
Rosa M. Gil, DSW
President and CEO
March 17, 2020