Reports created or co-created by the Network
For over 20 years, the Network has served as the hub for New York’s nonprofit supportive housing community -- connecting providers, government agencies and the private sector. This unique vantage point has allowed the Network to conduct and publish original research to reflect the totality of New York supportive housing. The Network maintains the only comprehensive database on the state’s 43,000 units of supportive housing. With this information, it seeks to advance the conversation about supportive housing through concrete reliable data. In addition, the Network also collects and disseminates original research with direct implications for supportive housing.
Below, you’ll find a collection of research reports, surveys and other studies produced by the Network and other supportive housing stakeholders.
- Taking Stock
An assessment of the New York/New York III Supportive Housing Agreement
- Building Futures: Creating More Family Supportive Housing in New York City
A new report from the Network, Enterprise Community Partners and the Corporation for Supportive Housing.
- A Survey of Common Spaces in Supportive Housing
A report on how tenants and providers use common spaces in supportive housing residences.
- Identifying Efficiencies
A Study of HPD Supportive Housing Development Costs
- Supportive Housing and Community Investment
Results from the Supportive Housing Community Benefits Survey
- A Snapshot of Supportive Housing in New York State
Key Findings from the 2006 Supportive Housing Population Survey
- Breaking the Cycle
Re-Entry Supportive Housing and Rockefeller Drug Law Reform
- Supportive and Service-Enriched Housing for Families
Presented by the Task Force on Housing and Services for Families
- An Extraordinary Achievement, An Enormous Challenge
Implementing the New York/New York III Agreement
- Refining the Process
Suggestions for the Supportive Housing Section 8 Program