New York Takes Step in Long, Hard Journey to Supportive Housing Goal
Network Executive Director, Laura Mascuch, and CEO of Breaking Ground, Brenda Rosen, discuss the acquisition of 90 Sands Street and the city’s progress in reaching its NYC 15/15 goals.
A Supportive Housing Victory, and Much More To Do
Council Members Stephen Levin & Rafael Salamanca discuss the importance of supportive housing in addressing the homelessness crisis in New York City.
CityViews: The Damage is in the Details of HUD’s Proposed Rent Policy Changes
Network Executive Director Laura Mascuch, and CEO of Breaking Ground write an op-ed for City Limits.
Supportive housing in NYC: What it is and who it helps
Journalist Nicole Brown writes about Breaking Ground's supportive housing developments and explains the concept to the readers.
Turning hospitals into housing becoming an increasing trend, experts say
This article talks about the emerging trend of converting dilapidated hospital buildings into supportive housing developments that can benefit the community.
The city's supportive housing commitment: Our plan to reduce homelessness
Commissioners Steven Banks and Maria Torres-Springer discuss the City's plan to combat homelessness including the NYC15/15 plan which aims to create 15,000 units of supportive housing in 15 years.
- Tax plan could mean more homelessness
Network Executive Director Laura Mascuch, and President and CEO of the Florida Housing Coalition Jaimie Ross write an op-ed for the Washington Examiner.
- The homelessness Trump could cause
Four leading advocates including Network's Mascuch pen this op-ed.
- Offering the Homeless Help and Hope, On Their Own Terms
Supportive housing is the first step to recovery.
- NB2: Stories of Hope – Matt Urban Hope Center
Matt Urban Hope Center provides more than just a home.
- Assembly Votes To Release $1 Billion For New Supportive Housing
New York State Assembly Social Services Chair Andrew Hevesi (A.D.28) announced on April 10th the New York State Assembly and New York State Senate voted to release $1 billion for the development of the first 6,000 new units of supportive housing in the next five years to address the state’s growing homeless crisis.
- Can Andrew Cuomo Really Deliver On His Housing Promises?
An advocacy group estimates that frozen funding has resulted in the lost production of 1,000 affordable housing units per month since April 2016.
- Trump Tax Plan Could Mean Funding Gaps for Affordable Housing Projects
Due to the uncertain future of the Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) program.
- A Prescription Ben Carson Can Write on Homelessness
Executive Director Laura Mascuch's op-ed decries President Trump's proposed cuts of $6.2 billion to HUD.
- Shelly Nortz on Capitol Pressroom
Shelly Nortz, Deputy Executive Director for Policy at the Coalition for the Homeless, on Capitol Pressroom with Susan Arbetter.
- Housing advocates renew push for funding
Money remains blocked as impasse between Cuomo, lawmakers continues.