Supportive Housing

According to the US Census Bureau, Orange County’s population more than doubled between 1965 and 2009. Unfortunately, the availability of affordable housing has decreased. RECAP’s Supportive Housing programs target households that are potentially homeless, low-income, elderly, disabled, or in need of transitional housing.

Not just housing

The goal of all supportive housing and rental subsidy programs is to get participants back to self-sufficiency. RECAP case managers are an important part of the process. Participants meet regularly with their case manager, in-office and in-home, to discuss progress and goals. Unemployed and underemployed participants maintain structured daily activities including employment workshops, self and family care, and financial education. Case managers support participants through social service navigation, replacing vital documents, or finding clothes for a job interview. Participants are encouraged to further their education through formal education, obtaining a GED, or job training.


Permanent living apartments in Middletown and Newburgh areas for displaced families.

Furnished rooms in Middletown, including a community room and an onsite resident manager. Resident-developed security program. Facility is gated at night and has 24/7 surveillance, as well as onsite laundry, heat/hot water, and cable available.

Handicapped-accessible housing for men and women. Offers single room occupancies, shared living facilities, and laundry. A resident manager lives onsite to maintain grounds and offer 24/7 security., RECAP case managers help residents access other supportive services such as Meals on Wheels. Heat/hot water and cable available.

A residence for women and children in Middletown. 24/7 security, onsite laundry, heat/hot water and cable.

Furnished rooms in Middletown for people with special needs including a history of incarceration, addiction, and mental health issues. Shared living facilities and a community room. Heat/hot water and cable available.

Furnished rooms with shared living facilities. Located in Newburgh.


Applicants must be income-eligible residents of Orange County and be homeless or potentially homeless. Applicants must submit the Supportive Housing Application.

Contact us

RECAP’s Supportive Housing Program
119 East Main Street, Middletown NY 10940
(845) 342-3978
Fax: (845) 342-5757
Office hours: Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm