Learn about an online tool to help you apply for benefits from the Human Resources Administration.
Screen for eligibility for City, State, and Federal health and human service benefit programs.
Learn about buying or renting an affordable apartment, the housing plan, and a housing study.
Report being charged a fee to apply for housing sponsored by the Department of Housing Preservation and Development.
Learn about a program that lets homeowners in East New York and Cypress Hills renovate and rent out basement or cellar apartments legally.
Learn about rental assistance for low-income families and individual adults who live in shelter or are at risk of becoming homeless.
Get help if you have gotten an eviction notice and learn about the Homebase program.
Learn about a program that provides supervised living for adults with mental or physical disabilities.
Request housing and legal counseling if you're a homeowner concerned about foreclosure.
Get help for current HOME TBRA tenants, participants, and landlords.
Get hot meals, clothing, and social services for homeless people living on the streets.
Apply for homeless shelter intake.
Get help with staying in your home if you're a New York City homeowner who has exhausted all legal, counseling, and financial options.
Learn about housing options for people age 60 and older.
Learn about housing online resources, services, and benefits for people with disabilities.
Learn about the NYC Housing and Vacancy Survey.
Learn about the Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD) Section 8 Program, also known as the Housing Choice Voucher (HCV) program.
Learn about Commission on Human Rights public programs and published materials.
Request for the report by the Commission for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Questioning Youth.
Learn about LINC renewal and other participant issues.
Get help with LINC for landlords and brokers, including registration information.
Learn about renting or buying an apartment in a Mitchell-Lama building.
Get information about choices for living at home or in a long term setting for seniors, and for children and adults with a disability.
Get housing reports from the New York City Rent Guidelines Board.
Apply for NYCHA public housing or check application status. Learn about NYCHA Section 8 Program.
Get help with affordable housing applications.
Get help with SCRIE or DRIE, including appeals, transfers, and rent and account updates.
Apply for rental assistance for people age 62 and older living in rent-regulated apartments. Also known as SCRIE.
Apply for rental assistance for people with disabilities living in rent-regulated apartments. Also known as DRIE.
Renew the Senior Citizen Rent Increase Exemption (SCRIE) or Disability Rent Increase Exemption (DRIE).
Get shelter and services if you are under 21 and in crisis. You can also submit a complaint or comment.
Request social services and emergency assistance for victims of rape, incest, and sexual assault.
Request rental assistance for adults and adult families who live in shelters or who are at risk of becoming homeless.
Learn about a program that provides rent assistance for eligible Department of Homeless Services clients.
Get information for people who are residing in, or applying for, supportive housing.
Get help for residents in three quarter housing.
Learn about or get help with the Veterans Housing Incentive program.