OTHER NYC HOUSING
Odyssey House provides comprehensive housing assistance to clients of our residential and outpatient treatment programs. If you are looking for a place to live on your own, here are some helpful resources.
ARE YOU LOOKING FOR SUPPORTIVE HOUSING?
The Supportive Housing Network of New York is an excellent resource for understanding NYC’s supportive housing options, eligibility requirements and frequently asked questions. While eligibility requirements differ, the vast majority of units go to single adults who are homeless and cope with a disabling condition such as mental illness, substance abuse or HIV/AIDS.
ARE YOU LOOKING FOR AFFORDABLE HOUSING?
The New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) provides affordable housing in safe and secure living environments for low- and moderate-income individuals and families. Learn more about NYCHA’s programs (pdf), eligibility requirements and how to apply.
New York City’s Department of Housing Preservation and Development works with real estate professionals and community sponsors who sell or rent apartments at affordable prices to low- and moderate-income households.
Through NYC Housing Connect, you can learn how to apply for affordable housing in New York City, view current and upcoming housing opportunities, and complete an application for your household.
The Mitchell-Lama program provides affordable rental and cooperative housing to moderate- and middle-income families.
NYHousingSearch.gov is a free service to list and find affordable, accessible homes and apartments across New York State.
DO YOU FEEL AT RISK OF BECOMING HOMELESS?
You may qualify for help through NYC’s Homebase program.
Outside of NYC, those at risk of homelessness can consult New York State Homes & Community Renewal’s website, which highlights a number of options for those seeking affordable housing across New York.
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