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Rental Assistance

New York State Emergency Rental Assistance Program (ERAP)


As of 10:00 PM on January 11, 2022, the ERAP application portal reopened and is accepting new applications. Applying for State ERAP will provide tenants with certain protections while the State makes a decision on their application. Clients may apply by going to http://www.otda.ny.gov/erap, by calling 1-844-NY1-RENT (1-844-691-7368), or by contacting one of the community-based organizations listed below. HRA will not require clients to apply for ERAP before processing an application for rental assistance. For more info on ERAP call: 1-844-NY1-RENT (1-844-691-7368) or visit ERAP FAQs.

If you applied for ERAP before the portal closed on November 14, 2021, please submit proof of your ERAP application with your HRA application for rental assistance in accordance with State requirements.

If you are at risk of eviction, you may be eligible for free legal assistance through HRA’s Office of Civil Justice.

ERAP Enroller Organizations

HRA has contracted with the community-based organizations (CBOs) listed below to provide ERAP application assistance to consumers. If you need assistance submitting a new ERAP application, completing a previously submitted ERAP application, or appealing the decision you received from ERAP, please contact a CBO in your borough.

Bronx

BronxWorks
646-484-9937

Neighborhood Association for Intercultural Affairs, Inc. (NAICA)
718-866-0038

Brooklyn

Black Veterans for Social Justice, Inc.
718-841-7771 or 1-800-323-6736

Good Shepherd Services (GSS)
929-552-2248

Metropolitan Council on Jewish Poverty
929-292-9480

RiseBoro Community Partnership
718-547-2800

Manhattan

Catholic Charities Community Services
888-744-7900

Queens

Korean Community Services of Metropolitan New York, Inc
646-248-6602

RiseBoro Community Partnership
718-547-2800

Catholic Charities Neighborhood Services (CCNS)
347-464-0485

Staten Island

Project Hospitality
929-724-5360