Housing

Rental Assistance Program

More than a quarter of the 13,000 families living in homeless shelters have at least one person working full-time – and yet they still cannot afford the high cost of a market-rate apartment in New York City. Read more…

Scattered Site Housing Program

The catastrophe of homelessness is devastating for anyone, but for those living with HIV/AIDS, the lack of stable housing — and with it the ability to follow a complex health care regimen to decrease the risk of other illnesses — can be life-threatening.  Read more…

Coalition Houses

For many homeless men and women, a sense of home no longer seems possible after living on the streets or in shelters for years. The isolation and rejection they face on a daily basis often damages their ability to trust. Read more…

Bridge Building

Opened on Christmas Eve 1991, the Bridge Building was created to provide safe and affordable one- and two-bedroom apartments for homeless mothers and their children. Read more…