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					     Children in the Hallways
        Supportive Housing for Families
          and Adults Recovering from
                Mental Illness

                   Community Access, Inc.

                 A Review of Three Projects:
                       1993 to 2008

March 19, 2009             Fellows Presentation   1
                 258 E. 4th St., Manhattan
                       Opened 1993

                         50 Units

          28 2 bedrooms for families
       22 studios for adults with special
                      needs

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                 258 East  Street
                               4th

                  Tenant Profile




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                 Single Tenants: 1993 - 2008
• Number: 22
• Original Tenants: 14
• Average Age: 53 years
• Average Residency: 12.5 years
                 Family Tenants: 1993 - 2008
  • Number: 28
  • Original Tenants: 18
  • Number of Children: 33
  • Average Residency: 11.5 years

                     258 E. 4th St., Manhattan
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           910 DeKalb Ave., Brooklyn
                  Opened 2004

                    62 Units

                 16 2-bedrooms
                 9 1-bedrooms
                   37 studios

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         DeKalb Tenant Profiles




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                 Single Tenants: 2004 - 2008
• Number: 37
• Original Tenants: 29
• Average Age: 49 years
• Average Residency: 3.5 years
                 Family Tenants: 2004 - 2008
  • Number: 26
  • Original Tenants: 19
  • Number of Children: 30
  • Average Residency: 3.9 years

                    910 DeKalb Ave., Brooklyn
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                 Singles Referral Sources: 2004 - 2008
        Camba Broadway House Women Shelter                                    6
        VOA-Charles H. Gay Shelter                                            5
        Community Access                                                      5
        St. Christopher-Ottilie, Renaissance Women's Shelter                  4
        CAMBA Atlantic Shelter                                                4
        Bowery Residents' Committe Reception Center                           4
        Common Ground - Prince Transitional Residence                         3
        Urban Pathways                                                        1
        St. Martins DePorres Transitional Residence                           1
        Providence House                                                      1
        Project Renewal/Kenton Hall                                           1
        Open Door                                                             1
        NYU-CSS Program                                                       1
        Kingsboro PC                                                          1
        John Heus House                                                       1
        Fort Washington Men's Shelter                                         1
        DHS-PHP                                                               1
        Brooklyn Center for Psychotherapy                                     1
        BRC-Palace Hotel                                                      1
        Bklyn Women's Sheltr                                                  1
                                               Total Referrals 2004 - 2008   44
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            1363 Franklin Ave., Bronx
                  Opened 2005

                    65 Units

                  21 2-bedrooms
                    44 studios


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        Franklin Tenant Profiles




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                 Single Tenants: 2005 - 2008
• Number: 44
• Original Tenants: 33
• Average Age: 47 years
• Average Residency: 2.9 years
                 Family Tenants: 2005 - 2008
  • Number: 21
  • Original Tenants: 20
  • Number of Children: 31
  • Average Residency:                     3.5 years

                    1363 Franklin Ave., Bronx
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                  Referral Sources for Singles
                 CIDR- New Haven Shelter                          8
                 Park Slope Women's Shelter                       8
                 Kingsboro Mens Shelter                           7
                 Common Ground - Prince Transitional Residence    6
                 St. Martin De Poress Transitional Residence      5
                 Project Renewal-Fort Washington Men's Shelter    3
                 BRC-Palace Hotel                                 2
                 Community Access                                 2
                 CUCS                                             2
                 Fort Washington Men's Shelter                    2
                 Grand Central Neigborhood                        2
                 Valley Lodge / DHS                               2
                 Atlantic House Men's                             1
                 Borden Avenue, VA                                1
                 Broadway House Womens Shelter                    1
                 CAMBA Atlantic Shelter                           1
                 Camp La Guardia                                  1
                 CA-TAP                                           1
                 Charles Gay Shelter                              1
                 John Heuss House                                 1
                 Peter's Place                                    1
                 Project Renewal Clinton Residence                1
                 Salvation Army                                   1
                 Urban Pathways                                   1
                 VOA-Reception Center                             1
                 Wards Island                                     1
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                 Summary of Program Staffing
         258 East 4th Street (22 consumers/28 families) 44% consumer units
          1 FT Service Coordinator (off site)
          1 FT Superintendent
          1 FT Porter
          Front Desk Service 16 hours per day

         910 DeKalb Avenue (37 consumers/25 families) 60% consumer units
          1 FT Program Supervisor (on site)
          3 FT Service Coordinators
          1 FT Superintendent
          1 FT Porter
          Front Desk Service 24 hours per day

         1363 Franklin Avenue (44 consumers/21 families) 68% consumer units
          1 FT Program Supervisor (on site)
          3 FT Service Coordinators
          1 FT Superintendent
          1 FT Porter
          Front Desk Service 24 hours per day

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      Profile of Single Adult Tenants
        in Mixed Family Housing
  •    Average age at move in: 44 years
  •    Average annual turnover rate: 3%
  •    Receiving clinical support: 93%
  •    Working: 23% (national ave. = 5%)




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        1854-74 Cedar Avenue, Bronx
                 Opening 2011

                   106 Units

                 41 2-bedrooms
                 5 1-bedrooms
                   60 studios

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           1854 – 1874 Cedar Avenue Aerial View




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                 1854 – 1874 Cedar Avenue




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                 1854 – 1874 Cedar Avenue




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                 1854 – 1874 Cedar Avenue




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                 Project Summary
• New Construction 84,000 square foot, 6 story apartment
  building,
• 106 units, including 60 studio units, 5 one-bedroom
  apartments, and 41 two-bedroom apartments
• One two-bedroom unit will be set aside for a live-in
  superintendent
• Fifty-five units set aside for people with a mental health
  diagnosis referred from Bronx agencies
• Funding from NYS Office of Mental Health, Housing
  Finance Agency, Department of Housing and
  Community Renewal, Federal Low Income Housing Tax
  Credits
• Total Cost $38 million
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                 Development Team
Developers
   Alembic Development Company
   Community Access, Inc.
Architect
   Peter Woll Architect
Contractor
   HLS Builders Corporation
Service Provider and Management Agent
   Community Access, Inc.
Funding Sources
   NYS Office of Mental Health
   NYS Division of Housing and Community Renewal
   NYS Housing Finance Agency
   Federal Low Income Housing Tax Credits
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                 Rent Schedule

•   55 special needs units:                 $565 / month
•   5 community studios:                    $682 / month
•   5 one-bedroom units:                    $782 / month
•   40 two-bedroom units:                   $892 / month




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   Maximum Annual Income Levels

• community studios:                    $32,280
• one-bedroom units:                    $36,840
• two-bedroom units:                    $41,460




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                 Tenant Selection Process
Special Needs Tenants
• Referrals will be solicited from Bronx-based agencies
• Initial screening by program staff
• Final screening and background checks by property
  management staff
Family Tenants
• Advertisements in newspapers
• Special outreach to CB #5 and elected officials
• Applications selected by lottery, with preference for CB #5
  applicants
• Screening and background checks by property
  management staff
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                    Program Staffing

Cedar Avenue Apts. (55 consumers/50 families) 52% consumer units
 1 FT Program Supervisor (on site)
 4 FT Service Coordinators
 1 PT Psychiatrist
 1 FT Superintendent
 1 FT Porter
 Front Desk Service 24 hours per day




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 Program                                                              ANNUAL        FTE       SALARY
 Program Director                                                    $ 65,000             1    $ 65,000

 Service Coordinator                                                 $ 32,000             4    $ 128,000

 Consultant Psychiatrist (6hr/week@$125/hr)                          $ 260,000       0.15      $ 39,000

 Evening and Weekend Supervisor                                      $ 40,000             1    $ 40,000

 Operations


 Superintendent                                                      $ 28,000             1    $ 28,000

 Maintenance Assistant                                               $ 22,880             1    $ 22,880


 Front Desk Staff                                                    $ 24,960         5.5      $ 137,280


                                                      TOTALS                         13.7      $460,160


                                                   Average Salary         $33,711




                         Cedar Avenue Staffing Budget
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        Community Access Bronx Employment


Community Access Staff Working in the Bronx (4 sites)       41

CA Bronx staff who live in the Bronx                        27
Average number of years in employment                       2.3
Average Salary of Community Access Bronx Staff          $27,000




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       Summary Cedar Ave. Apts.
• 105 units of affordable housing for local
  community
• Sponsor with 34 years of experience and a
  national reputation for excellence
• Housing model that is a “best practice” for
  integrating people with special needs into
  affordable housing
• 13 new jobs averaging $33,000 annual income
• Enhanced security for neighbors
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                 Project Amenities
• 28 parking spaces,
• 24/7 front desk service,
• free high speed WiFi Internet access for all
  tenants,
• security cameras in all interior and exterior public
  areas,
• community room for tenant and neighborhood
  activities,
• library/computer center, and
• on-site support staff to assist tenants with
  education, employment, and health care needs.

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