If you're in danger of being evicted or losing your current housing,
DO NOT SELF-EVITIC
you have rights and options to stay in your home.
at Coalition for the Homeless
Coalition for the Homeless
129 Fulton Street
at Nassau Street
New York, New York 10038
Financial District, Manhattan
Listing ID: 2457372114
The Coalition for the Homeless Eviction Prevention Hotline is open every Wednesday and helps individuals on a first-come, first-served basis.
Call to schedule an appointment Wednesdays at 9:30a. Appointments are limited. No walk-ins are accepted.
If qualified the Coalition for the Homeless can provide up to a one-time $1,000 grant if the applicant can prove the ability to pay rent moving forward.
City of New York Programs
The Office of Civil Justice (OCJ) has partnered with nonprofit legal services providers across New York City to offer universal phone-based access to free legal advice and counsel for New York City residential renters in need of assistance with legal issues related to their housing.
During the COVID19 pandemic, OCJ legal providers are available Monday through Friday between 9:00a and 5:00p to provide over-the-phone legal assistance to callers with legal questions or issues about tenancy, eviction, or landlord-tenant disputes.
OCJ legal services are free and you do not have to be an existing HRA client to apply. Legal services are available regardless of immigration status.
For more information, please call 311 for the City’s Tenant Helpline or email email@example.com.
Homebase is a program of the City of New York’s Human Resources Administration to help people that are in risk of losing their housing. The City of New York has found that it is easier and more cost-effective to help people stay in their housing rather than having to enter the shelter system or living on the streets.
The Homebase program can help with services to prevent eviction, assistance obtaining public benefits, emergency rental assistance, education, and job placement assistance, financial counseling, money management, help to relocate, and short-term financial assistance.
Click here to find more information about Homebase.
If you homeless, facing depossession, eviction, utility disconnect, victim of a fire, domestic violence, or other hardship you may be eligible for the Short Term Emergency Grant and Loan program called "The One Shot Deal" from the City of New York.
Click here for more information about The One Shot Deal.
If you are facing eviction or entertaining the shelter system the City of New York's Human Resources Administration has several programs that can help you with your housing issues.
Click here to find more information about Rental Assistance Programs.