Opening doors for women

Our Programs

Since our start in 2002, HousingPlus has helped hundreds of New York families experiencing homelessness to build stable lives.

  • Permanent Supportive Housing

    We connect women and families to housing without preconditions and barriers to entry. Our housing-first approach provides people experiencing homelessness with housing as quickly as possible.

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  • Justice initiatives

    We work in partnership with organizations across New York City to provide an alternative to detention for women at Rikers Island.

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  • Comprehensive Services

    Everyone in our permanent housing and justice initiatives receives comprehensive support and case management, including access to counseling, education and employment support, and more.

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What’s New

  • April 26, 2023
    HousingPlus has NYC’s two highest-scoring supportive housing programs

    In April 2023, the NYC Continuum of Care released their final scores for Department of Housing and Urban Development funded programs on the NYCCoC annual performance evaluation. Our final scores are 99.5% and 98.1%, the two highest-scoring supportive housing programs out of 163 programs in NYC!

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  • April 28, 2023
    HousingPlus’ 3rd Fitness event was a big success!

    Our 87 participants totaled over 3 million steps and raised $44,500 for women and families! Congratulations to our winners L+M Development Partners (most team steps), Maricela Ayala (most individual steps), and Gammon Enterprises (most footprints).

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  • February 9, 2023
    SHERO’s Liberty House moves to a new location

    Nine participants in our SHERO program moved into newly renovated and fully-furnished transitional housing. One such participant said while she has been in a lot of shelters, this is the first place that looked like a home and made her feel valued.

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  • January 9, 2023
    The Lowe’s Hometowns project is complete!

    Our community room is now ADA-accessible. We are excited to begin hosting tenant gatherings, meetings, and more this spring.

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