Rental assistance programs help New Yorkers experiencing homelessness move out of shelter and into stable housing by providing monthly rent supplements. Since 2014, more than 100,000 homeless New Yorkers have found permanent homes through these programs. With more landlords and brokers opening doors for our neighbors in need, we're turning the tide on homelessness in New York City.
The Department of Social Services (DSS), which includes both the Department of Homeless Services (DHS) and the Human Resources Administration (HRA), can help you connect to rental assistance programs like CityFHEPS, and many other programs available through the State and Federal Government.
Open Doors: Resources for New Yorkers Facing Housing Instability
This guide lists the many resources that exist for New Yorkers looking for housing, such as rental assistance. It explains what Source of Income Discrimination is and how we can help. It also provides guidance on navigating the apartment search process.