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COVID-19

The Network is researching, compiling and posting all information relating to COVID-19 and the supportive housing community and updating this site daily.

Please note Doctors Without Borders has set up a Helpline for non-medical staff working with vulnerable populations in NYC who have Covid-19 or other health related questions. 917-451-0470. Every day, 9am to 5pm EDT

New York City

NYC

Includes information on Placed-In-Service extensions for residences with 2018 and 2019 LIHTC, on the Hoteling Program for tenants and staff, on DOHMH guidance for congregate settings as well as the latest guidance from MOCS, how to access HRA benefits.

See our resources for NYC

New York State

State

Includes up-to-the-minute news on Re-Opening New York and executive ordres, guidance on discontinuing isolation for tenants exiting hospitals and nursing homes from DOH, construction and asset-management guidance from HCR, OMH guidance including for telemental health, new guidance for obtaining approval for contract changes from OASAS as well as guidance from OCFS and information on suicide prevention.

See our resources for New York State

Federal

Federal

Includes opportunities for federal loans and grants from the SBA, the latest guidance from HUD, as well as information on Social Security, SNAP and Medicaid recertification, and the latest from the CDC on provision of homeless services.

See our Federal resources

Resources

Resources

Below is information and direct contacts to resources related to supplies, staffing, free meals, SUD providers, and other organizations available to support nonprofits during this crisis. 

Foundations

Foundations

Includes funding opportunities from NYCT, Robin Hood and Mother Cabrini Health Foundation.

 

Contact Us:
The Network would like to hear from you about emerging concerns and questions that we can elevate to our government partners. Please send these to Joelle Ballam-Schwan (jballam-schwan@shnny.org), Engagement & Communications Manager.

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