A campaign calling on Governor Cuomo and Mayor de Blasio to create more supportive housing in New York.

The Campaign 4 NY/NY Housing asks that Governor Cuomo launch a new statewide supportive housing program consisting of 35,000 units to be created in partnership with New York City and localities across the state with large and growing homeless populations over the next ten years. This new statewide commitment to supportive housing should prioritize homeless people, and target high users of multiple systems, including vulnerable families and youth, survivors of domestic violence and those exiting institutions.

Join us for a forum with elected officials on the need for a new statewide supportive housing agreement to build 35,000 units over the next ten years.

What is the Campaign 4 NY/NY Housing?

Why is it needed?

Where does the New York/New York IV agreement stand right now?

Question and answer period with elected officials to follow.

The event will take place in the auditorium of the New York Society for Ethical Culture at 3:00 pm.


For further information contact Carla Rabinowitz at 212.780.1400 ext. 7726 or crabinowitz@communityaccess.org