New York City Mayor Eric Adams today announced a settlement that paves the way for the creation of 82 affordable homes for low-income and formerly homeless New Yorkers at 258 West 97th Street on the Upper West Side of Manhattan.
Win, New York City’s largest provider of shelter and support services for homeless women and their children, has teamed up with Target and other companies to provide gifts to homeless children this holiday season.
Days before the end of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, Assemblymember Linda B. Rosenthal (D/WF-Manhattan), Chair of the Committee on Social Services.
Mayor Bill de Blasio today announced the City of New York has been awarded a $15 million grant as part of the Youth Homelessness Demonstration Program (YHDP).
State Senator Brian Kavanagh, Chair of the Senate Housing Committee, and Assemblymember Linda B. Rosenthal,
Jaden Smith is opening his first restaurant to provide homeless people with vegan meals for free.
NYC Health + Hospitals today announced the launch of three mobile units across New York City to offer vaccines and COVID-19 tests for New Yorkers experiencing homelessness.
Today, Senator Brian Kavanagh, Chair of the Senate Committee on Housing, Construction and Community Development announced details of the Senate one-house budget resolution.
Mayor Bill de Blasio today issued a letter to Governor Andrew Cuomo, urging the State to take substantive steps to reverse decades of disinvestment and address the underlying needs of New Yorkers experiencing homelessness.
Thousands of kids attending schools in Harlem and East Harlem last year had no home to return to at the end of the day, according to a report released Thursday.
A$AP Rocky used his position as a Harlem rap star to give back to those less fortunate on Wednesday, November 25, 2020.
As New York City confronts the social and economic damage of the COVID-19 crisis, months of lost employment and reduced wages will have a devastating impact on homeless and other low-income families.
Churches United For Fair Housing (CUFFH) calls on New York from Harlem to the Hudson to immediately rehouse our most vulnerable homeless residents during and beyond the COVID-19 pandemic.
New residential buildings receiving financial assistance from the city will have to set aside at least 15 percent of their units for the homeless under a bill passed by the City Council on Thursday, December 19th, 2019.
The de Blasio Administration today announced the expansion of Outreach NYC – the city’s enhanced effort to reach homeless New Yorkers living on the streets.