08/26/19 - NY/NY III (Overview) (Manhattan)

Content
1 session

Instructor
Anica Velez

Price
Free

Upcoming Sessions

Description

NY/NY III is the agreement between New York City and New York State to create 9,000 units of supportive housing for a wide range of disabled homeless persons in New York City. The agreement marked the largest commitment to creating housing for homeless persons. This half day training is targeted to human service providers working to access housing for special needs populations. The NY/NY III Agreement provides housing options for Chronically Homeless Single Adults or Families, or those at risk of becoming Chronically Homeless. This housing targets several populations, including Youth Aging out of Foster Care; and Single Adults or Families who have a Serious Mental Illness, HIV/AIDS or another Disabling Clinical Condition and/or a Substance Use Disorder. The training is interactive and reviews the eligibility criteria, how to apply, and resources to complete an effective HRA 2010e application. . It is recommended that trainees take this training prior to registering for the HRA 2010e training.

Objectives

 Attendees will leave the presentation with an understanding of each of the categories of housing available under the NY/NY III agreement and how to access those housing options.

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08/26/19 - NY/NY III (Overview) (Manhattan)

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