What's New News Archive
- Guest Blog: ACL Executive Director and Bring It Home Campaign Coordinator Toni Lasicki
Bring It Home Campaign Coordinator Toni Lasicki reports on statewide rallies, tours and emails calling on the Governor and Legislature to address the funding crisis in mental health housing for 40,000 New Yorkers.
- 2018-2019 Federal Budget Signed Into Law
The FY 2018-2019 budget was signed into law February 15th, providing a 5% increase for the McKinney Vento Homeless Assistance program.
- Governor Releases SFY 2020 Executive Budget
Here is the Network's first analysis of the various budget areas important to the supportive housing community. We will update you as more information becomes available.
- Discretionary Capital Funding Available
Nonprofits can now request discretionary capital funding from the New York City Council and Borough Presidents.
- Network Submits Comments on Community Reinvestment Act
The Network submitted comments on the Community Reinvestment Act (CRA) regulations.
- The Bridge Opens Doors to Maple Residence in Brooklyn
Developed by The Bridge, Maple will bring 50 units of supportive housing to vulnerable New Yorkers suffering from mental illnesses.
- The Network Testifies at a Hearing of the City Council Committee on Contracts
The hearing was regarding a new bill that targets late contract payments to nonprofits
- The Network Joins Coalition to Urge Lawmakers to Reform State Rent Laws
The Network is part of a coalition urging lawmakers for revisions of New York’s rent laws during the 2019 state legislative session.
- Statement by the Network in recognition of Transgender Awareness Week
The Supportive Housing Network of New York upholds the humanity and dignity of transgender and gender non-conforming communities.
- Opportunities for Broome Brings More Supportive Housing to Downtown Binghamton
This newest development will provide permanent supportive housing for 10 formerly homeless individuals and families.