Permanent Affordable Housing

The Pandemic Brought Loss. Now They’re Behind on Rent


Maricruz Criollo with her family in Jackson Heights, Queens.Credit // Sara Naomi Lewkowicz for The New York Times

By Emily Palmer,...

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Bronx Community Advocate Making a Difference


Every day, Paola Martinez is fighting against evictions, bridging the digital divide for kids and tackling food insecurity in one Bronx development. /...

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Rent Relief in Dutchess County

  • One-time Rent Subsidy available for low-income County Residents to Apply

  • Dutchess County Partners with Catholic Charities Community Services of Dutchess County to Provide Support During Application Process for Those in Need

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A New Lottery System for Affordable Housing in New York City


Second Farms, affordable housing opening in July 2020

By Jim Sliney Jr

There’s a new housing lottery in New York City. Well, not a new...

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Time’s Up

Race to Help Tenants as Eviction Moratorium Expires                             


Photo by Catholic Charities of New York 

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COVID Reality: Advocating to Preserve Housing and Prevent Evictions In New York


Photo by Rafaelina Tineo 

By Jim Sliney Jr

Catholic Charities Community Services has a department called “Preserving Housing.” Well...

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Catholic Charities in Putnam County – Getting it Done for the People


Pop-up food pantry in Brewster, NY 

By Jim Sliney Jr

Putnam County (and some of Northern Westchester) are part of Catholic Charites New...

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Pandemic Adds Increasing Burdens on Immigrants Without Legal Status


A woman near El Paso, Texas, walks on the international border bridge with Mexico March 13, 2020. The coronavirus pandemic has increased burdens on immigrants without legal...

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