What's New News Archive
- NYS HCR Announces 2018 Unified Funding Awards
Network members are involved in 14 funded projects across the state, and over a fifth of the total units funded are supportive housing.
- The Network Testifies to NYCC on Critical Need for $20M DOHMH Scattered Site Funding
The Network's testimony to the Committee on Finance reinforced the urgent need for funding for DOHMH scattered site supporting housing programs in the FY 2020 Executive Budget.
- Strong Relationships and Shared Values Star at S:US’ Housewarming in the Bronx
Vacant lot in the Bronx’s Fordham neighborhood is converted into 11-story building housing 94 individuals and families.
- Residents at WSFSSH’s Borinquen Court Welcome New Neighbors in Tres Puentes Expansion
Bronx’s Mott Haven neighborhood gains 175 new units for seniors for a total of 320 units.
- Guest Blog: NYC Health + Hospitals on Homeless Patient Data Matching, Featured in HBR
Harvard Business Review recently highlighted H+H’s work through an article co-authored by H+H’s Office of Population Health leads.
- The Network Testifies at NYCC Charter Revision Commission About ULURP
The Network testified at the Charter Revision Commission on the means for achieving a more efficient Uniform Land Use Review Procedure (ULURP) while increasing community engagement.
- The Network Testifies to NYS Legislature About Rent Regulation for Scattered Site Supportive Housing
The Network proposed a critical amendment to a bill to provide rent stabilization provisions to scattered site units in New York City.
- Supporters, Developers, and Government Cheer Residents’ New Home in the Bronx
New tenants are the guests of honor at an event celebrating 64 supportive housing units out of 74 units total at Undercliff Avenue.
- Comunilife Celebrates 54 New Units of Supportive Housing at Woodhull Residence in Brooklyn
After 13 years of work and collaboration, the nonprofit and partners transform a former NYC Health + Hospitals parking lot into 89 units of affordable housing.
- The Network Gathers to Celebrate the Past Year in Supportive Housing
Nonprofit providers, city officials, architects, developers, funders, and other community members gather over drinks and hors d’oeuvres.