Our health and housing services are designed to help residents in our community gain the skills and confidence to overcome barriers that stand in the way of stable, healthy and independent lives. Our three housing facilities play a supportive role for formerly homeless individuals and families who have been confronted with the challenges of AIDS and/or mental illness.

More than just a home, Rico’s Place, Georgia’s Place, and Ruby's Place offer residents a comprehensive support system that includes mental health and substance abuse treatment, case management, employment, educational, and nutritional services so that they have the foundation on which to build a long and productive life. We also provide an array of workshops and outreach services that work to prevent the spread of HIV, and to keep our community healthy.

For information on CCM's Health and Housing Services please contact us at 25 Elm Place, 2nd Floor, Brooklyn, NY 11201 or call (718) 802-0666.

Ruby's Place

Ruby’s Place is CCM’s third permanent supportive housing facility, and is our most comprehensive housing facility to date (Click here for Gallery).  Serving formerly homeless individuals, this building is named in honor of Ruby Sargent, the mother of CCM’s Founder, President and CEO Emory X Brooks.  Composed of 72 units, Ruby’s Place was created to provide stabilization and services designed to specifically improve the physical, social and emotional, intellectual and economic well-being of its residents.

Rico’s Place

Temporary supportive housing for families where at least one member is living with AIDS.

Georgia’s Place

Permanent housing and treatment program that brings stability, functioning, and self-sufficiency to formerly homeless individuals.

Seeds To Feed Rooftop Farm at Georgia’s Place

Follow our journey as we grow fresh produce on the rooftop of Georgia’s Place on our blog