Licensed and funded by the New York State Office of Mental Health, ICL's community residences help people with histories of homelessness and/or hospitalization to develop the skills they need to live successfully in more independent housing. ICL has different types of community residences. Some are residential buildings with shared and private rooms that have round-the-clock staff, group meals and on-site services/activities. Others are treatment apartments with visiting case managers. Some of these apartments are designated for parents with serious mental illness and their children. ICL also operates CR/SRO programs that offer private efficiency apartments with a 24-hour front desk, crisis coverage and on-site case managers. ICL's community residences are located in Brooklyn, Manhattan and Queens.