For over 30 years, The Institute of Community Living has been helping New Yorkers of all backgrounds living with serious mental illness, substance abuse, or developmental disabilities achieve greater health and independence. Every year, ICL serves more than 10,000 people—adults, children, and families—in locations through-out New York City. Every night, some 3,000 New Yorkers call ICL home—whether in a community residence, transitional shelter or supportive apartment. Many live in poverty, in distressed and underserved communities, have experienced homelessness, substance use issues, or have served time in prison. Regardless of where they come from, what neighborhood or the problems they have endured, they ﬁnd a caring team of professionals to guide and empower them on their path to recovery.