The Network Testifies at a Hearing of the City Council Committee on Contracts
The Network’s Director of Policy and Planning, Rebecca Sauer, testified at the NYC City Council Committee on Contracts hearing regarding a new bill that targets late contract payments to nonprofits 

"We hear serious concerns from nonprofit members who have millions of dollars of outstanding receivables on their books and fiscally unhealthy reliance on lines of credit due to late contract registration and delayed payments," She said to the committee.

The Network Joins Coalition to Urge Lawmakers to Reform State Rent Laws
The Network is proud to be part of a coalition  of housing advocates, for-profit and nonprofit developers, tenant advocates and labor union stakeholders urging lawmakers for revisions of New York’s rent laws during the 2019 state legislative session.

Opportunities for Broome Brings More Supportive Housing to Downtown Binghamton
Friends and supporters gathered October 18 to celebrate the opening of 88-90 Carroll Street in downtown Binghamton. This newest development will provide permanent supportive housing for 10 formerly homeless individuals and families, including several who have high medical needs.
HHAP Approves Funding for 11 Supportive Housing Projects
T he New York State Office of Temporary and Disability Assistance’s Homeless Housing Assistance Program (HHAP) approved capital funding for eleven supportive housing projects, totaling $41 million during its first meeting of the fiscal year. 
Statement by the Network in recognition of Transgender Awareness Week
In recognition of Transgender Awareness Week (November 12- 19), the Supportive Housing Network of New York released a statement to uphold the humanity and dignity of transgender and gender non-conforming communities. 

Comings and Goings
  • Diane Louard-Michel has been named the new Executive Director of Lantern Community Services. She joins the organization after most recently serving as the Senior Director of Real Estate & Development at Unique People Services.
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