In April 2020, the City launched the Tenant Helpline to serve as a one-stop shop to inform New York City tenants about their rights and connect them to housing-related resources, including free legal services. Call 311 and ask for the Tenant Helpline to be connected!
Join us for a Day of Action on April 6 to encourage New Yorkers to enroll in health insurance. Share our social media posts and join our Virtual Town Hall at 6pm.
Watch the Town Hall for Tenants to learn more about recent changes, including the Eviction Moratorium and ERAP.
New Yorkers can now apply for the Affordable Connectivity Program for up to $30 off their monthly internet bill.
You don't have to fight eviction alone. In NYC, thousands of tenants have the right to a lawyer when facing an eviction case.
Lockouts are illegal. All tenants have the right to stay in their home unless they choose to leave or are evicted through a court process.
The “I Vouch for Vouchers” campaign highlights the many benefits that rental owners and property managers receive when renting to voucher holders, in addition to addressing misinformation and stigma around vouchers.
New Yorkers can enroll in health coverage during the Open Enrollment Period, until January 31, 2022. Contact GetCoveredNYC learn more about enrolling!
The Mayor’s Public Engagement Unit (PEU) and NYC Health + Hospitals hosted a “Healthcare Week of Action” to connect New Yorkers across the five boroughs to NYC Care and GetCoveredNYC and to encourage them to access healthcare.