Ending the Cluster Program
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    As part of its broader effort to end the cluster site program, the City is finalizing its first acquisition and conversion of cluster units to permanent housing: transitioning nearly 500 cluster units across 17 locations into permanent, affordable housing for nearly 1,200 New Yorkers in need.

Ending the Cluster Program
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    As part of its broader effort to end the cluster site program, the City is finalizing its first acquisition and conversion of cluster units to permanent housing: transitioning nearly 500 cluster units across 17 locations into permanent, affordable housing for nearly 1,200 New Yorkers in need.

HOPE 2019
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    Approximately 2,800 New Yorkers joined us on January 28 for the HOPE 2019 survey of New Yorkers experiencing street homelessness. Thanks to everyone who took part! Your assistance will help us get services to where they are needed most and help more New Yorkers off the streets and into a safe, stable environment.
Learn More About The Federal Government's Public Charge Announcement
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    Learn More About The Federal Government's Public Charge Announcement and What it Means for Immigrant Access to Public Benefits
international overdose day
DHS ANNOUNCEMENT
    Drug overdose is an increasing global health problem.  According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, overdose deaths are up 17% nationwide—now the leading cause of death for Americans under 50. Learn more
    

When the NYC Office of Emergency Management issues a Cold Weather Alert for New York City, a DHS Code Blue is in effect from 12 pm until 8 pm.

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Owner or a Broker?

The Living in Communities (LINC) Rental Assistance programs were created to help move families out of shelter and into stable housing.

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Daily DHS Shelter Census

Find out the number of DHS clients we serve each day.

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Turning the Tide NYC

DHS is helping even more New Yorkers move out of shelter and secure permanent housing, just like Richard and Doris.

Watch Their Story