The Network publishes Network News, its monthly e-newsletter, as a chronicle of all things related to New York supportive housing. A typical issue features stories on new residence openings, budget updates, advocacy alerts, photos from recent events, Request for Proposal (RFP) information, and summaries of new research. Read our past issues below.
The Network shares Deutsche Bank's SHARE Program Round 8 RFP; The Legal Aid Society writes a guest blog post about how new rent stabilization law affects scattered site supportive housing; HCR announces new Multifamily Finance 9% RFP (formerly known as Unified Funding RFP); the Network shares tips for housing providers to protect residents through potential ICE raids; groundbreakings, ribbon-cuttings, and more.
The Network shares the names of its honorees for the upcoming Awards Gala; NYS releases the RFP for ESSHI Round 4; ACL's Toni Lasicki describes the state's moral obligation to support nonprofits who provide mental health housing; Nixon Peabody give Network members a tailored explanation of the HPD-administered Rental Assistance Demonstration (RAD) conversion process in NYC.
The Network shares photos from a record-breaking 2019 Supportive Housing Conference; AIA New York recognizes the Network for its services to the nonprofit housing community; the Network offers members analyses of the 2019 NYS Legislative Session and the 2020 New York City Budget.
The Network testifies to NYCC on DOHMH budget, to NYS Legislature about rent regulation, and to NYCC Charter Revision Commission about ULURP; NYS HCR announces 2018 Unified Funding Awards, including Network members; members S:US and WSFSSH celebrate apartment openings.
The Network analyzes the NYS Budget for 2019-2020; Comunilife, DePaul, S:US, and Catholic Charities of New York celebrate the opening of new supportive housing; the Network gathers members for the 2019 Annual Meeting; Network hosts siting workshop.
The Network and members lobby ahead of the NYS budget deadlines; Down Payment Assistance Fund launches; Network testifes to NYCC; Hebrew Home breaks ground in the Bronx.