Comunilife provides 1,992 units of housing in Brooklyn, the Bronx, Manhattan and Queens for individuals and families coping with chronic homelessness, HIV/AIDS, mental health and substance abuse including 368 units of affordable housing for low-income New Yorkers. 

Our continuum of high-quality housing ranges from Transitional to Permanent. A Medical Respite Program provides short-term housing for people who are ready for discharge from the hospital but do not have the appropriate accommodations in which to convalesce.


Comunilife continues to develop new supportive and affordable housing. 160 new affordable and supportive apartments will open later this year. An additional 1,051 units are in development and are scheduled to open in the next thirty-six months.