Across New York, more than 600 homeless and at-risk young adults receive housing and services from nearly 40 Network member organizations. These programs provide stability for some of New York’s most vulnerable: homeless youth, runaway youth, young adults aging out of foster care and young adults exiting psychiatric institutions.
This section of our site offers a closer look at some of these programs. Below, you’ll find profiles of NY/NY III programs and other supportive housing programs targeted to youth in New York City. You’ll also find a page devoted to housing, employment and education resources for homeless, runaway and at-risk youth. We're updating this section of our site regularly, so please send us your suggestions!
Profiles of the eight NYC programs that provide supportive housing for youth aging out of foster care under the 2005 New York/New York III Supportive Housing Agreement.
Profiles of six non-NY/NY III supportive housing programs for youth in New York City.
A repository of housing, employment and education resources for homeless and at-risk youth.