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The Network Releases Statement In Response to Inaccurate Report on WNYC/Gothamist
The Network is shocked and disappointed by a story that ran both in the Gothamist and WNYC Gothamist Radio Coverage that dramatically mischaracterizes a respected supportive housing provider’s efforts to maintain solvency and manage its operations to ensure its longevity, both of which are critical to benefit their tenants.
Governor Hochul Announces More Than $20 Million For Supportive Housing Projects
New York State Office of Temporary and Disability Assistance approved over $20 million in Homeless Housing Assistance Program for housing projects in the New York City region to four permanent supportive housing projects.
2023-24 State Budget Passes
The New York State FY 2024 budget passed May 3rd, one month past the deadline of April 1st. It continues the state's full commitment to the Empire State Supportive Housing Initiative, a 15-year plan to develop 20,000 units of supportive housing. The budget also continues funding for year two of the five-year affordable housing plan to create and preserve 100,000 affordable homes – including funds to preserve supportive housing.
The Network’s Statement in Response to Mayor Adams’ FY 24 Executive Budget
On Wednesday, April 26th, Mayor Eric Adams released his FY24 Executive Budget, a $106 billion dollar spending plan.
The Network’s Statement on the Conceptual State Budget
The governor and state lawmakers have missed an important opportunity to address the mounting crisis in the state’s supportive housing system, failing to invest in sorely needed funding to shore up an aging housing infrastructure and programs that are stretched to the limit.