Save the Date: Network Gala, October 18!
The Network will be hosting its Annual Awards Gala on Thursday, October 18, at the Capitale.

We will be honoring Maria Torres-Springer, Commissioner of the NYC Department of Housing Preservation and Development as our Government Partner of the Year! 

This year is also extra special as it marks the Network's 30th anniversary. We can't wait to celebrate with you! 

Nominations Open for Tenant of the Year Award
We are now taking nominations for the tenant of the year award! This is an amazing opportunity for a tenant to tell their story of how supportive housing changed their life and inspire the rest of the supportive housing community.

We want to share the winner’s story and celebrate their success!

Network Team Advocates For Federal Funding
The Network team joined the National Alliance to End Homelessness (NAEH) Capitol Hill Day in Washington D.C. for the 18th consecutive year on July 23rd. They met with legislators to advocate for improved funding and policies that could alleviate homelessness in the state of New York.

Jericho Project Cuts Ribbon on Walton House, First Project Done Through NYC 15/15
Partners and friends gathered on July 17 to celebrate the opening of Walton House, the first supportive housing congregate site to open doors under Mayor Bill de Blasio’s NYC 15/15 initiative. Developed by Jericho Project and B & B Urban, Walton House will bring 89 units of supportive housing to homeless veterans and young adults.

Greenport Gardens Apartments Opens Doors in Hudson
Mental Health Association of Columbia-Greene Counties celebrated the opening of Greenport Gardens Apartments on July 19 in Hudson. The newly constructed two story building includes 66 units, 48 of which are supportive while the rest are reserved for low-income individuals and families. CSD Housing LLC was the co-developer.

News & Updates
How Racism Has Informed the Homelessness Crisis: Talk by Marc Dones
Prominent anti-racist educator and psychiatric anthropologist Marc Dones gave a compelling talk on the history of racism, and its role in everything from employment opportunities to economic mobility and access to housing.

Old photos for the Network?
Do you have any old photos of supportive housing buildings, ribbon cuttings and tenants?

If yes, we would love to feature them at our annual gala this year! Email Maliha Sadiq with the photos and any questions.

Thank you!
Comings and Goings
  • The CEO of Equinox, Dorothy Cucinelli, will step down to head up the newly formed Capital Region Collaborative of mental health and substance abuse providers.

  • Sherry Tucker joins WellLife Network as its new CEO.

  • Mitchell Netburn, president of Project Renewal, will succeed Tino Hernandez as the president of Samaritan Daytop Village.
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