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 rental assistance for low-income families and individual adults who live in shelter or are at risk of becoming homeless.
Report a problem with a domestic violence shelter.
Get help if you have gotten an eviction notice and learn about the Homebase program.
Learn how landlords, brokers, and property managers can lease vacant apartments to qualified New Yorkers receiving rental assistance.
Get hot meals, clothing, and social services for homeless people living on the streets.
Get help for a homeless person.
Volunteer to count New Yorkers living on the streets on January 27, 2020.
Contact a homeless adult or family in a shelter.
Get help for people previously in homeless shelters to keep their permanent housing.
Make a complaint or comment about a homeless shelter.
Get help for homeless people who is currently in the shelter system, including medical concerns.
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 the requirement for families to save money while living in a homeless shelter.
Learn about the requirement for single adults to save money while living in a homeless shelter.
Learn about LINC renewal and other participant issues.
Get help with LINC for landlords and brokers, including registration information.
Learn about support programs and resources for parents.
Learn about financial assistance to help homeless families move out of shelters and stay with family members or friends.
Learn about programs and services for pregnant women, expectant fathers, and families.
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.
Learn about how to help a family member or friend living on the street.
Learn about educational services for students who are homeless or in temporary housing.
Get information for people who are residing in, or applying for, supportive housing.
Get help for residents in three quarter housing.
Get resources for young people, troubled youth, and their families. Includes Youth Connect, walk-in centers, and NYC Teen website.