New York

In New York, CSH has committed over $138 million in grants and loans and worked with over 100 nonprofit organizations to create over 15,000 units of supportive housing.

Campaign 4 NY Housing

CSH is a partner in the Campaign 4 NY/NY Housing advocating for 35,000 units of supportive housing for New York City & State. On November 18, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced a $2.6 billion investment to create 15,000 units of supportive housing across New York City.

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Research

Research

New York State Supportive Housing Need

CSH conducted a first-of-its-kind assessment of supportive housing need in eight communities across seven geographic areas of New York State, including New York City, to understand where the greatest concentration of supportive housing needs are in the state and to assist decision-makers in efficiently allocating supportive housing resources to New Yorkers struggling with, or at risk of, homelessness.

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Training

Training

Trainings to End Homelessness Among NYC Veterans

CSH is leading a series of trainings for New York City’s Department of Homeless Services (DHS) shelter staff and contracted providers of DHS that work with veterans. The ongoing trainings at CSH headquarters increase knowledge of veteran-specific resources and provide participants with a better understanding of how they can most effectively serve veteran clients.

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Innovation

Innovation

"Moving On" Moves Forward in NY

CSH has announced the selection of five subgrantees under its New York "Moving On” initiative, an effort funded through the generosity of the Robin Hood Foundation. The five subgrantees are:
• Brooklyn Community Housing & Services
• Community Access
• Lantern Community Services
• Project Renewal
• Services for the Underserved

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Substance Use

Substance Use

The Opioid Epidemic & Supportive Housing

As New York State continues to weigh the benefits of increasing the number of supportive housing units, CSH has released a new brief: Supportive Housing’s vital role In Addressing the Opioid Epidemic in New York State. Although supportive housing as a documented solution to chronic homelessness is often touted, policymakers sometimes overlook its other positive impacts.

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