Preserving 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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We all Need Food and Shelter, but Eviction Makes that Difficult

  • Eviction Cases On The Rise From 40 To 350 A Month At Westchester Catholic Charities

  • Over 1,000 People A Week Seek Food Assistance At Catholic Charities Pantries


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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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Local Lawmakers Ask Cuomo to Extend Protection to Immigrant Renters in NYC

This segment features Antonio Garcia, Catholic Charities Director of Eviction Prevention Program. It originally appeared on Fox 5.


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Meet Evelyn Marin

A New York Times Feature

Photo by Calla Kessler/The New York Times

By Elisha Brown, The New York Times 

Evelyn Marin learned she had...

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Safety and a New Beginning at Saint Augustine Terrace

Cardinal Dolan joins Rebekah Miranda and her daughter Amber as they dedicated St. Augustine Terrace Housing

By Jim Sliney Jr.

In September 2018, Rebekah Miranda and her daughter...

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The Not so Surprising Cost of Living in NYC

family walking and holding hands

By Jim Sliney Jr.

In June, New York State passed a bill offering diverse protections for tenants throughout the state, including New York City. Legislation...

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