Looking for Housing?


Photos courtesy of Project Renewal and Housing and Services, Inc.

The Network is a membership organization that represents the supportive housing providers of New York State. We ourselves do not provide or develop supportive housing. We can, however, point you toward the following resources if you’re looking for housing.  

Below, you’ll find information on eligibility for supportive housing in New York City and the rest of New York State. You’ll find resources for affordable housing, housing for people with physical disabilities and other related types of special-needs housing. You'll also find our newly-created listing of supportive housing residences with affordable units in New York City.

To access supportive housing, you must first determine if you are eligible. Eligibility requirements differ depending on where you reside in New York. No matter the region, the vast majority of units go to single adults who are homeless and cope with a disabling condition such as mental illness, substance abuse or HIV/AIDS.

Supportive housing in New York City

Resources for those seeking supportive housing in New York City.

Other housing in New York City

Resources for those ineligible for supportive housing in New York City.

Supportive housing across New York State

Resources for those seeking supportive housing across New York State.

Other housing across New York State

Resources for those ineligible for supportive housing across New York State.

Please note:
Several resources are available for those at risk of becoming homeless. Individuals and families in New York City may qualify for help through Homebase. To learn if you're eligible, visit the program's website and explore the "At Risk" links on the left-hand side of the page. Those in New York City can also consult Coalition for the Homeless’ Crisis Intervention Program. Learn more at the Coalition’s website or call 212-776-2012.

At the State level, those at risk of homelessness can consult New York State Homes & Community Renewal’s website, which highlights a number of options for those seeking affordable housing from across New York.