The State Attorney General Is Scrutinizing This Assisted Living Facility Over Its Handling of COVID-19. Some Residents Are Suing It, Too.
Coronavirus was infecting residents and staff of a Queens adult home, who told ProPublica management had misled them about its spread. Now, the New York attorney general is examining what happened and several residents are suing.
May 8, 2020
Terrified residents, families and staff of the Queens Adult Care Center have watched helplessly as COVID-19 runs rampant. They say management lied about the extent of its spread. Here's how one daughter rescued her sick dad.
April 25, 2020
A report released this week, commissioned after a ProPublica and FRONTLINE investigation, found that not enough people in a New York housing program for those with mental illness were covered by an incident reporting system, among other gaps.
July 12, 2019
An independent monitor has found that many of New York City’s most vulnerable remain stuck in troubled adult homes too long and that the state loses track of them once they move out.
April 16, 2019
Behind “Right to Fail,” a ProPublica-Frontline Collaboration to Overcome Roadblocks and Privacy Restrictions
Here is how we navigated questions about consent, privacy and civil rights for three of the men whose stories appear in the documentary "Right to Fail."
February 26, 2019
FRONTLINE and ProPublica investigate New York's effort to let those with severe mental illnesses live on their own.
February 26, 2019
In a letter citing a FRONTLINE and ProPublica investigation, the National Alliance on Mental Illness has asked a U.S. district judge to ensure that people who have moved out of adult homes and into their own apartments have what they need to do so safely.
January 14, 2019
Diagnosed with schizophrenia, Nestor Bunch had spent most of his life under some form of supervision, whether in a group home or psychiatric hospital. A housing ruling gave him independence, with limited support. Was he ready?
December 14, 2018
The day ProPublica and FRONTLINE reported how people with mental illness are slipping through the cracks, federal Judge Nicholas Garaufis questioned state officials, suggested more help and requested a report on oversight.
December 7, 2018
FRONTLINE and ProPublica identified more than two dozen cases in which people with mental illness living in supported housing were not able to care for themselves, leaving them in unsafe or inhumane living conditions.
December 6, 2018