NYS Budget Provides Funding for Five Years of Supportive & Affordable Housing
The Network would like to thank Governor Cuomo, Speaker Heastie, and Majority Leader Flanagan for funding five years of supportive and affordable housing to address New York’s homeless and affordable housing crisis. Read more
Thanks to Our Government Partners for $1 Billion in Supportive Housing Capital!
A press conference was held April 26th at the Capitol in Albany to thank our government partners and celebrate the successful culmination of the Campaign 4 NY Housing: with Assembly Member Andrew Hevesi, Senator Cathy Young, Senator Betty Little, and Assembly Member Steve Cymbrowitz. Read more
“No one is going to be thrown out on the street.”
U.S. HUD Secretary Ben Carson at the National Low Income Housing Coalition Policy Forum.

Two Network staff members traveled to Washington, D.C. on April 2nd-4th to participate in the National Low Income Housing Coalition Policy Forum and Lobby Day.  Read more
Dedication of the Bishop Thomas Daily Residence
Some fifty partners, well-wishers and illustrious members of the Archdiocese of Brooklyn and Queens gathered to celebrate the dedication of one of New York’s earliest supportive housing residences as the newly refurbished Bishop Thomas V. Daily Residence on April 5th. Read more
Westhab’s Gracious Gouverneur Place Apartments Opens in the Bronx
On a blustery April morning, Westhab opened a gracious new supportive housing residence, Gouverneur Place Apartments, in the Bronx.

The residence features 68 units: 50 efficiency apartments for people with mental health challenges and 17 one, two, and three bedroom apartments for low-income individuals and families.  Read more
Updates
Breaking Ground's Boston Road residence in the Bronx, designed by Alexander Gorlin Architects, received an Excelsior Merit Award for Public Architecture from the New York State chapter of the American Institute of Architects.  

The Queens Gazette featured an article " Assembly Votes to Release $1 Billion for Supportive Housing."

CUCS/Network Trainings: Trauma & Its Aftermath: Module 1 - New Thinking About Trauma-Informed Care on May 3rd. Register here.

Remember to register for the 17th Annual New York State Supportive Housing Conference on June 1st! REGISTER HERE.
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