Governor Cuomo announces
$183 million for housing
including 5,000 units of
supportive housing as
part of statewide
supportive housing is the solution.
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Governor Andrew Cuomo announces a new statewide NY/NY 4 agreement that features $183 million in new housing investment including 5,000 units of supportive housing.
In 1990, Governor Mario Cuomo signed The New York/New York Agreement to House Homeless Mentally Ill Individuals.
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CAMBA just opened two gorgeous buildings on the grounds of the Kings County Hospital campus, called CAMBA Gardens I with 209 units of affordable and supportive housing.
This $8.2 million development providing permanent service-enriched affordable housing for homeless adults and low-income community residents enhances the community.
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