NYCHA collaborates with government agencies and community-based organizations to offer an even wider selection of resources to the residents of NYCHA and neighboring communities, such as employment and health services.
Initiative estimated to provide at least $100 million in building work to reduce city emissions while lowering energy costs, preserving funds for vital repairs and upgrades, and creating hundreds of green jobs.
The NYCHA Resident Training Academy (NRTA) provides employment-linked training opportunities and job placement assistance to NYCHA residents. Past NRTA graduates have worked with REES to obtain jobs with NYCHA contractors and affordable housing developers in the various construction trades.
NYC Department of Housing Preservation and Development builds affordable housing and administers Section 8 vouchers.
ACCESS NYC can help you determine what public benefits you are eligible for from city, state, and federal governments.