Transitional Services of New York for Long Island, Inc. (TSLI) and Haven House/Bridges, Inc. (HHB)
These charitable organizations have provided housing and support services for over fourty years to people in need.
Since its inception in 1977, TSLI, a Community Residence Program, has been helping the mentally ill gain their independence, enjoy caring guidance, and most importantly, achieve and maintain a sense of usefulness and personal dignity. TSLI’s programs include Pathways, Special Employment Program (SEP) and Summit.
Haven House/Bridges, Inc. (HHB) was formed in 1995 by the merger of two separate homeless housing programs; Haven House which was established by the Huntington Coalition for the Homeless and Bridges, which was initiated by Transitional Services of New York for Long Island, Inc. (TSLI).
HHB’s programs provide housing, training and guidance to homeless families, single mothers and their young children, as well as individuals and families affected by HIV/AIDS. HHB’s programs include emergency housing shelters and The Village.