Showing Posts by Date: 06/2019
The 2019 Annual New York State Supportive Housing Conference was an enormous success with over 1,800 registrants, 23 workshops in policy, finance, and social services, and an inspiring opening keynote.Continue Reading | What's New, New York State, New York City, Network Events
Ahead of the July 1st start of the City’s Fiscal Year 2020, the Mayor and City Council reached a handshake deal on a budget of $92.8 billion on June 14th.
While there were some victories for housing and human services, the budget fails to provide funding for two critical priorities championed by the Network and our partners.Continue Reading | What's New, Funding, New York City
There were a number of bills for which the Network was advocating and following at the end of this year’s legislative session including rent regulation, prevailing wage, and two Office of Mental Health housing bills.Continue Reading | What's New, New York State
On May 22nd, developers, architects, contractors, and other members of the affordable and supportive housing community gathered at Con Edison Headquarters to participate in a joint training with Con Edison and the Building and Land Development Services (BLDS) division of NYC Dept. of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD).Continue Reading | What's New, New York City, Network Events
On May 22nd, an array of partners and supporters gathered in Syracuse to celebrate the opening of Catherine Street Apartments, a 50-unit building with 30 reserved for individuals with mental health disorders. The apartments were developed through a partnership between Network members Central New York Services, Inc. (CNYS) and CSD Housing, development consultants.Continue Reading | What's New, New York State, Member News, Openings