Housing Support Services (HSS) helps families and young adults involved with foster care find suitable, stable, long term housing.
Contact HSS at 150 William Street, 8th Floor, New York, NY 10038.
Eligible youth and families must be accompanied by their Case Planners.
Housing Subsidy is a rent subsidy program that:
The subsidy pays up to three hundred dollars per month for up to 3 years or $10,800.
NYCHA Section 8 is administered by New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) and provides Section 8 vouchers to:
Homebase - Department of Homeless Services
DHS' Homebase program helps families and individuals to overcome immediate housing issues that could result in becoming homeless, while also helping them develop plans for long-term stability. Learn more
Temporary housing assistance is available to families through the Department of Homeless Services PATH program. Families with children younger than 21, pregnant women, and families with a pregnant woman are eligible to apply.
Location: 151 East 151st Street, Bronx, NY
Telephone: (917) 521-3900.
Open 24 hours per day, including weekends and holidays.
PATH processes applications 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Your landlord must keep your apartment unit and building in safe and sanitary condition and make repairs in a timely manner. The City will issue violations to owners who do not properly maintain their property.
You also have a responsibility to notify your landlord of any unsafe or unsanitary conditions. You should document all contact with your landlord.
In addition to filing a complaint with the City, you may seek assistance in Housing Court.