“OASAS has them living outside of the law. Our clients were getting evicted.”
“Individuals who are temporarily residing in an OASAS-certified supportive living service are substance use disorder treatment clients, not tenants.”
Update: July 19, 2023 — This story has been updated with a statement from the Office of Mental Health provided after publication.
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