The Preservation Company

The Preservation Company

The Preservation Company seeks to increase access and improve the supply of housing for low and moderate-income households and to contribute to community development and revitalization. Founded through the health center in response to the housing crisis in Westchester County, the program was created upon recognition for the need for healthcare and housing to go hand in hand.

Since the first units of transitional housing were purchased in 1987, the Preservation Company has strived to meet all housing needs, owning and managing rental properties and offering the following programs:

  • Home Ownership Counseling
  • Post Ownership Counseling
  • Tenant Services
  • Additional Housing Resources

Led by the health center Founding Mother Rev. Jeannette Phillips, The Preservation Company has served thousands of people in Peekskill and the surrounding areas and helped fulfill the American Dream for hundreds of families.

Dutchess County Resources Guide:

Dutchess Out Reach: Emergency Eviction and Homelessness Prevention:

Catholic Charities Eviction Prevention:

Emergency Housing Service, Eviction Prevention:

Salvation Army Emergency Assistance & Homelessness Prevention:

Rehabilitation Support Services, Inc. (RSS): includes NYS Office of Mental Health (OMH) residential group homes, licensed and supported apartment living, supported employment and affirmative businesses (also known as social enterprises), care coordination, personalized recovery oriented services (PROS), treatment, crisis services, and wellness centers.  RSS also operates U.S. Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Supportive Living and Shelter Care Plus programs.

People USA’s Rose Houses: are short-term crisis respites that are home-like alternatives to hospital psychiatric ERs and inpatient units.

Poughkeepsie Housing Authority:

Beacon Housing Authority:

Newburgh Housing Authority:

Kingston Housing Authority:

Dutchess County Housing Authority:

Section 8 – Housing Choice Voucher (HCV) Program:

The Dutchess County Office for the Aging, Housing:

Department of Community and Family Services:

Community Action Partnership:

The Weatherization Assistance Program (WAP) lets income eligible families reduce their energy bills. Weatherization work is performed on your home to help you stay warmer in the winter and cooler in the summer. These services are offered at NO COST to eligible households.

Rupco: Housing Assistance

Taconic Resources for Independence, Housing Advocacy:

Gateway Community Services Inc.,

Provides a variety of housing and residential services to assist people with mental illness, substance abuse issues, intellectual disabilities, the homeless, veterans and women with children.

Dutchess County Transitional Housing:

Project M.O.R.E.’s Transitional Housing program consists of 38-beds and offers individuals, who have been incarcerated, alternative housing, instead of being physically held in the Dutchess County Jail while awaiting recommendation to a treatment facility by the Department of Mental Hygiene.

Low Income Housing:

Low-Income Apartments in Dutchess County:

Go Section 8, Affordable Appartments:

Hudson River Housing, Inc. Emergency housing, Transitional, Specialized Housing, Supported Permanent Housing, Affordable Rental Housing, Homeownership:

Safe Harbors of The Hudson: The Cornerstone Residence is a safe, affordable, well-designed, permanent supportive housing which includes 128 single room occupancy apartments including 12 artist lofts. The residence houses a mixed tenancy of adults including those living with mental health diagnoses and physical disabilities, veterans, the formerly homeless, artists in need of affordable live-work space and low and very low income working adults.

Mental Health America of Dutchess County:  Supported Housing

Do you have a severe persistent mental illness you’re trying to live with? Are you homeless (or at risk), struggling with addiction or mental health issues, and needing an affordable and safe place to live? This program offers housing that stays matched to your income.

Cheap Apartments in Dutchess County, NY:

RUPCO:  owns and/or manages 15 buildings with 430 units of affordable housing for families, artists, elderly, disabled or homeless people. RUPCO provides safe, affordable and well maintained homes to area residents.

Amenia, NY Low Income Housing:

Beacon, NY Low Income Housing:

Fishkill, NY Low Income Housing:

Hyde Park, NY Low Income Housing:

Pawling, NY Low Income Housing:

Pine Plains, NY Low Income Housing:

Pleasant Valley, NY Low Income Housing:

Poughkeepsie, NY Low Income Housing:

Red Hook, NY Low Income Housing:

Rhinebeck, NY Low Income Housing:

Wingdale, NY Low Income Housing:

Wassaic, NY Low Income Housing:

Wappingers Falls, NY Low Income Housing:

Verbank, NY Low Income Housing:

Stormville, NY Low Income Housing:

Stanfordville, NY Low Income Housing:

Staatsburg, NY Low Income Housing:

Salt Point, NY Low Income Housing:

Rhinecliff, NY Low Income Housing:

Poughquag, NY Low Income Housing:

Millerton, NY Low Income Housing:

Millbrook, NY Low Income Housing:

Lagrangeville, NY Low Income Housing:

Hughsonville, NY Low Income Housing:

Hopewell Junction, NY Low Income Housing:

Holmes, NY Low Income Housing:

Glenham, NY Low Income Housing:

Dover Plains, NY Low Income Housing:

Clinton Corners, NY Low Income Housing:

Chelsea, NY Low Income Housing:

Castle Point, NY Low Income Housing:

Barrytown, NY Low Income Housing:

Bangall, NY Low Income Housing:

Annandale On Hudson, NY Low Income Housing:

Tivoli, NY Low Income Housing:

Billings, NY Low Income Housing:

Senior Citizen Housing Information:


Adm. Wm. F. Halsey Senior Village

135 Main St, Poughkeepsie, NY 12601



66 Imperial Blvd.
Wappinger Falls NY 12590
(845) 298-1200



36 South Remsen Avenue
Wappingers Falls NY 12590
(845) 297-2004



45 Castagna Dr
Pawling NY 12564
(845) 289-0684



6 Anderson School Road
Staatsburg NY 12580
(845) 889-4404



11 Hastings Drive
Beacon NY 12508
(845) 297-2004 / TDD#711



14 Dogwood Lane
Fishkill NY 12524
(845) 440-7678



1964 South Road
Poughkeepsie NY 12601
(845) 298-7600



134 Matteawan Road
Beacon NY 12508
(845) 297-2004



25 Cannon Lane
Hopewell Junction NY 12533
(845) 592-4951



5 Commons Ln
Poughkeepsie NY 12601
(845) 486-4588



130 Hudson Ave.
Poughkeepsie NY 12601
(845) 473-7533



17 Laura Lane
Red Hook NY 12571
(845) 758-0651



600 Spring Manor Circle
Poughkeepsie NY 12601
(845) 485-4600



21 Farm Lane
Hyde Park NY 12538
(845) 229-0625



134 Cannon St.
Poughkeepsie NY12601
(845) 454-5176
(845) 471-1782



386 Van Wagner Road
Poughkeepsie, NY 12603
(845) 485-7722



South Remsen Avenue
Wappinger Falls NY 12590
(845) 297-2004



20 Pine Drive
Pawling, NY 12564
(845) 855-7230



2 Creek Road
Poughkeepsie, NY 12601
(845) 452-2777



457 Maple Street
Poughkeepsie NY 12601
(845) 473-4477
8am – 5pm weekdays



37 North Perry St
Poughkeepsie NY 12601
(845) 473-0485



12 Woody’s Way
Poughkeepsie NY 12601
(845) 452-6335



9 Hilltop Court
Poughkeepsie NY 12601
(845) 471-9651
9am-5pm weekdays



6 Wells Manor Ln
Rhinebeck NY 12572
(845) 876-8053
9:00am-3:00pm weekdays



1 Forrestal Heights
Beacon NY 12508
(845) 831-1289
8am-3:30pm weekdays
(walk-ins welcome Monday, Wednesday and Friday)



31 Eliza Street
Beacon NY 12508
(845) 831-1289



378 Mansion St
Poughkeepsie NY 12601
(845) 485-8862



66 Washington St
Poughkeepsie NY 12601
(845) 452-1172
8am – 4pm weekdays



700 Second Mile Dr|
Poughkeepsie NY 12601
(845) 471-5766
8am – 4pm weekdays


7 Bartel Place
Suite 100
Millbrook NY 12545
(845) 677-6701



23 Woods Rd
PO Box 68
Tivoli NY 12583
(845) 757-4567
Office open Tue/Wed 10am-4pm

Hudson River Housing – Dutchess County Coalition:

River Haven Youth Shelter

99 Thompson Street
Poughkeepsie, NY 12601
(845) 454-3600

Hudson River Lodging

391 Manchester Road
Poughkeepsie, NY 12603
(845) 452-0019

Hillcrest House & Webster House

28 Snow Terrace
Poughkeepsie, NY 12601
(845) 452-5197

Grace Smith House, Inc. : Provides shelter and apartments to victims of domestic violence

Poughkeepsie, NY 12601
(845) 452-7155

Domestic violence Shelter

Community Housing Innovations – Rose Street (for Men)

8 Rose Street
Poughkeepsie, NY 12601

Family of Woodstock, Inc.: Serving Ulster County, NY and Surrounding Communities:

Housing and family services


Darmstadt Shelter:  Emergency shelter (up to 90 days) for up to 23 men and women. Housing and services for men and women participating in daily substance abuse and/or mental health programming, who need a clean and sober living environment. The program also provides Intensive Homeless Supervision, including supervision and support to individuals at risk of requiring a higher level of care or supervision and those involved in the criminal justice system.

40 Thomas Street
Kingston, NY   12401
(845) 331-1395

Washbourne House: To provide safe shelter and comprehensive trauma informed services to survivors of domestic violence and their children.

Contact: PO Box 3817
Kingston, NY   12402
(845) 679-2485 / 338-2370

Midway of Kingston: A supervised transitional living program for up to 18 months for adolescents 16-21 who are homeless and not yet prepared to function independently, and, as necessary, their infants. Youth who enter the program at age 16 can stay up to 24 months in order to complete their high school education.

Contact: MIDWAY I
189 O’Neil St.
Kingston, NY 12401
(845) 339-5508

Affordable Homeownership Program/ Home Preservation Program:


Rebuilding Together Dutchess County: Transforming the lives of low-income homeowners by improving the safety and health of their homes and revitalizing our communities. Rebuilding Together Dutchess County provides critical repairs, accessibility modifications and energy efficiency improvements for low-income homeowners, including seniors, persons living with disability, families with children and active or retired members of the armed services. These services are provided at no cost to the homeowner. Our services ensure that qualified low-income homeowners live independently in warm, safe, healthy, and dry homes. We also rehabilitate properties that house qualifying non-profit organizations serving our community. The impact of our efforts extends beyond the individual families and nonprofit organizations we serve, as our work revitalizes and stabilizes vulnerable neighborhoods and communities across Dutchess County.


HUD: The programs and resources listed help homeowners with home repairs and improvements:


Single Family Housing Repair Loans & Grants in New York:  What does this program do?

Also known as the Section 504 Home Repair program, this provides loans to very-low-income homeowners to repair, improve or modernize their homes or grants to elderly very-low-income homeowners to remove health and safety hazards.


Habitat for Humanity Dutchess County: Homeownership and Home Preservation Program:


Weatherization Assistance Program:

The Weatherization Assistance Program (WAP) assists income-eligible families and individuals by reducing their heating and cooling costs and addressing health and safety issues in their homes through energy-efficiency measures. Household energy-use reductions and resultant energy cost savings are significant, with an average annual savings in excess of 20%.


For questions about any of these programs, call 845-486-2555.


Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP):

The Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP) is a state program which helps income-eligible residents help pay for the cost of their heat and energy-related expenses.


RUPCO: Grants for First-Time Homebuyers:

RUPCO successfully works with local municipalities to attain funding to assist low-income, first-time buyers with their home purchases. Qualifications for assistance vary depending on funding sources. You will learn more details at our workshop, where our counselors will explain current funding opportunities. Funding can be used for down payment, closing costs and/or post-closing repairs to the home.



New York Legal Assistance Group (NYLAG): Foreclosure Prevention, Tenants’ Rights, LGBTQ Law (Including free legal housing services for the LGBTQ community)


The Hudson Valley Justice Center: offers direct representation and advice to low income residents of the

Hudson Valley.  The office currently focuses on the following areas of law:

◾eviction defense and other landlord-tenant disputes

◾domestic violence

◾benefits hearings for eligible citizens



The Hudson Valley Justice Center is prepared to represent clients in a wide variety of practice areas.  Please feel free to contact this office if you need assistance with another type of legal matter.


El Centro de Justicia de Hudson Valley: ofrece representación directa, y asesoría a personas de bajo ingreso que residen en el Hudson Valley.  En este momento la oficina se enfoca en las siguientes áreas legales:

◾Defensa de Desalojamiento y otros conflictos entre arrendatarios y propietarios

◾Violencia domestica

◾Audiencias de beneficios para ciudadanos elegibles



El Centro de Justicia de Hudson Valley está preparado para representar clientes en una variedad de áreas legales.  Por favor siéntase libre de contactar a esta oficina si necesita ayuda con otra clase de asunto legal que no esté ya listado.


The Dutchess County Division of Aging Services: funds a Legal Services for the Elderly Program designed to provide free legal advice, and in some cases, representation, to Dutchess County residents age 60 and over. The program has no financial eligibility requirement; however, it is intended for those seniors who would otherwise be unable to afford legal assistance. Because the staff attorney on this program is part-time, the primary focus of legal advice and representation is generally on immediate threats to income, shelter, patients rights, and health matters, including advance directives. Clients are assisted in areas such as Medicaid and Medicare eligibility and termination; consumer issues and property rights. Help is also available for evictions, access to public assistance and Social Security, and access to SSI. Preperation of simple wills is also available.


Phone: (845) 486-2555



The Immigration Services Department of Catholic Charities Community Services, Archdiocese of New York: serves indigent and low-income immigrants and refugees in the New York boroughs of Bronx, Manhattan, Staten Island and seven counties of the Lower Hudson Valley. The Department provides low-cost immigration counseling and legal representation to documented and undocumented immigrants. Agency fees are waived for those who qualify. Services are provided to people of all countries and religious beliefs.

Weatherization Assistance Program:

Heating and Cooling Assistance:

Home Energy Services:

The Dutchess County Office for the Aging is available to assist income-eligible individuals over age 60 with home energy needs through the Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP) and the Weatherization Assistance Program.

For questions about any of these programs, call 845-486-2555.


Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP):

The Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP) is a state program which helps income-eligible residents help pay for the cost of their heat and energy-related expenses.


Citizens Energy: exists to help make life’s basic needs more accessible and affordable to low-income families.

Orange County Resources Guide:

Department of Social Services (DSS):

Middletown Housing Authority:

Newburgh Housing Authority:

HUD-VASH: The United States Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Supportive Housing (HUD-VASH) Program is a joint effort between HUD and VA to move Veterans and their families out of homelessness and into permanent housing. HUD provides housing assistance through its Housing Choice Voucher Program (Section 8) that allows homeless Veterans to rent privately owned housing. VA offers eligible homeless Veterans or Veterans at-risk of being homeless, clinical and supportive services through its health care system across the 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and Guam.

Blooming Grove, NY Low Income Housing:

Chester, NY Low Income Housing:

Cornwall, NY Low Income Housing:

Florida, NY Low Income Housing:

Goshen, NY Low Income Housing:

Middletown, NY Low Income Housing:

Monroe, NY Low Income Housing:

Montgomery, NY Low Income Housing:

New Windsor, NY Low Income Housing:

Newburgh, NY Low Income Housing:

Port Jervis, NY Low Income Housing:

Warwick, NY Low Income Housing:

Sparrow Bush, NY Low Income Housing:

Huguenot, NY Low Income Housing:

Cuddebackville, NY Low Income Housing:

Walden, NY Low Income Housing:

Vails Gate, NY Low Income Housing:

Rock Tavern, NY Low Income Housing:

Maybrook, NY Low Income Housing:

Cornwall On Hudson, NY Low Income Housing:

Westtown, NY Low Income Housing:

West Point, NY Low Income Housing:

Washingtonville, NY Low Income Housing:

Unionville, NY Low Income Housing:

Tuxedo Park, NY Low Income Housing:

Thompson Ridge, NY Low Income Housing:

Sugar Loaf, NY Low Income Housing:

Sterling Forest, NY Low Income Housing:

Slate Hill, NY Low Income Housing:

Pine Island, NY Low Income Housing:

Otisville, NY Low Income Housing:

New Milford, NY Low Income Housing:

New Hampton, NY Low Income Housing:

Mountainville, NY Low Income Housing:

Highland Mills, NY Low Income Housing:

Highland Falls, NY Low Income Housing:

Harriman, NY Low Income Housing:

Greenwood Lake, NY Low Income Housing:

Fort Montgomery, NY Low Income Housing:

Circleville, NY Low Income Housing:

Central Valley, NY Low Income Housing:

Campbell Hall, NY Low Income Housing:

Arden, NY Low Income Housing:

Bellvale, NY Low Income Housing:

Southfields, NY Low Income Housing:

Johnson, NY Low Income Housing:

Howells, NY Low Income Housing:

Bullville, NY Low Income Housing:

Salisbury Mills, NY Low Income Housing:

Low Income Apartments In Orange County, New York:

Montgomery, NY Low Income Housing:

Path Stone: Provides safe, sanitary, affordable housing for farm workers and other disenfranchised low to moderate-income families and individuals.

RECAP’s: Supportive Housing programs target residents who are potentially homeless, veteran, elderly, disabled, or in need of permanent housing.

The goal of supportive housing and rental subsidy programs is to help participants regain self-sufficiency.

PORT JERVIS HOUSING AUTHORITY: 75 apartments for people 62 and older receiving Social Security Disability or SSI. 25 low-income family units for people who can live independently. Preference is given to working families residing in Port Jervis.

Affordable Housing for Adults (PDF):

Farmworker Housing Rehabilitation Program:

The Orange County Farmworker Housing Rehabilitation Program is made available through annual grants from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).  Under this program, applicant farmers who are owners of rental housing which is occupied by low-income farmworkers (less than 80% of the County Median) are offered 0% deferred loans in order to repair and upgrade their units of farmworker housing.

Project L.I.F.E.

Living Independently For Everyone: PERMANENT HOUSING

184 First Street provides low income housing for single parents with one child who have completed the Project L.I.F.E. program. These two-bedroom apartments feature wood floors, high ceilings, full kitchen, and full bath.

RUPCO: owns and/or manages 15 buildings with 430 units of affordable housing for families, artists, elderly, disabled or homeless people. We provide safe, affordable and well-maintained homes to area residents.

Idewild Creek Apartments

1 Landmark Drive

Cornwall, NY 12518


Northgate Manor 28

103 Trotter Circle

Goshen, NY 10924


Northgate Manor

103 Trotter Circle

Goshen, NY 10924



19 Quarry Rd. Suite 200

Goshen, NY 10924


Maybrook Garden Apartments

105 Clark Place

Maybrook, NY 12543


Bluestone Commons

408 Bluestone Court#108

Maybrook, NY 12543


David Moore Heights

116 Genung Street

Middletown, NY 10940


Middlecrest Crossing II

76 Uhlig Rd

Middletown, NY 10940


Senior Horizons at Silver Lake

141 Bert Crawford Rd.

Middletown, NY 10940


Southeast Towers

55 Fulton St.

Middletown, NY 10940


Summitfield Apartments

22 Sweezy Avenue

Middletown, NY 10940

(845) 343-1168

Wallkill Living Center

455 Schutt Road Ext.

Middletown, NY 10940


Monroe Commons L.P.

5 North Main St.

Monroe, NY 10950


Montgomery Manor

4 Brescia Way

Montgomery, NY 12549


Belvedere Housing

(formerly Lake St. Apts.)

207 Lake Drive

Newburgh, NY 12550


Cerone Place

35 Cerone Place

Newburgh, NY 12550


High Point Apt

223 West St.

Newburgh, NY 12550


Hudson Pointe Apts.

90 Grand St.

Newburgh, NY 12550


Fogarty Apts.

40 Walsh Rd. (office)

Newburgh, NY 12550


Senior Horizons

353/355 South Plank Rd.

Newburgh, NY 12550


New Windsor Senior Housing

2115 Senior Court

New Windsor, NY 12553


Amber Grove Senior Housing

1000 Heidi Ct.

New Windsor, NY 12553


Temple Hill Apartments

1000 Nicholas Brooks Ct.

New Windsor, NY 12553


Horizon Senior I & II

88 Devan’s Drive

Otisville, NY 10963


Pinecrest Senior Housing

67 Boniface Drive

Pine Bush, NY 12566


Schuyler Crossing

25 Ted Drive #127

Pine Bush, NY 12566


Port Jervis Housing Authority

39 Pennsylvania Avenue

Port Jervis, NY 12771


Park Plaza

158 Pike St.

Port Jervis, NY 12771


Port Jervis Town Houses

111 Ryan St.

Port Jervis, NY 12771


Machackemach Village

230 Jersey Ave.

Port Jervis, NY 12771


Waters Edge 12 LLC

206 East Main St.

Port Jervis, NY 12771


Waters Edge 40

214 East Main St.

Port Jervis, NY 12771


Waters Edge

216 East Main St.

Port Jervis, NY 12771


The Promenade at

Tuxedo Place

38 Hospital Rd.

Tuxedo Park, NY 10987


The Cedars

400 Cliff Street

Walden, NY 12586


Creekside Apartments

26 Campsite Way

Warwick, NY 10990


Devon Woods

One Crescent Ave.

Warwick, NY 10990


Liberty Green I LP

1 Liberty Court, Suite 1

Warwick, NY 10990


Liberty Green II LLC

2 Liberty Court Suite 1

Warwick, NY 10990


LibertyGreen III LP

3 Liberty Court Suite

1Warwick, NY 10990


Burt Farms I

103 Forester Ave.

Warwick, NY 10990


Burt FarmsII

103 Forester Ave.

Warwick, NY


Rocky Knoll Apartments

11 Silk Circle

Washingtonville, NY



Stone Hill Apartments

One Stone Hill Rd.

Washingtonville, NY



Low Income Apartments In Orange County, New York

Public Housing: The Affordable Housing Network

Senior Housing Net:

RUPCO: owns and/or manages 15 buildings with 430 units of affordable housing for families, artists, elderly, disabled or homeless people. We provide safe, affordable and well-maintained homes to area residents.

Newburgh Interfaith Emergency Housing Inc. dba Project L.I.F.E. has been dedicated to helping solve the problem of homelessness and providing ongoing housing assistance to families in Orange County, New York since 1989.

Perfect Home RJR LLC:

222 Broadway

Newburgh, NY 12550


Honor Helping Others In Need

38 Seward Ave

Middletown, NY 10940

(845) 343-1443

On any given evening, HONOR provides a temporary home to over 100 people.

RECAP Supportive Housing

Middletown, NY 10940

(845) 342-3978

supportive housing

Port Jervis Emergency Shelter

Port Jervis, NY 12771

(845) 856-3214

Kiryas Joel Social Service Organization Monroe

2 Garfield Rd, Ste 201

Monroe, NY 10950


Catholic Charities Community Services of Orange County: This non-profit administers a wide variety of services to low income families and individuals. Many housing programs are offered and are bilingual. Call them for information on emergency assistance for rent, utilities, general advocacy and referrals. Address is 224 Main Street, Goshen, New York 10924, main phone number is (845) 294-5124.


Pathstone – This agency covers many parts of New York. The local office is 130 Dolson Avenue, 3rd Floor, Middletown, NY 10940, call 845-343-0771. They can provide one-time emergency needs and/or cash grants for rural disadvantaged people, seasonal farm workers and migrants who may not be eligible for other public assistance or emergency services. So Pathstone serves as an agency of last resort. Housing assistance programs offered by this non-profit include first month rental assistance, emergency shelter, mortgage assistance, back rent in arrears, foreclosure counseling and utilities in arrears assistance.


Orange County Office of Community Development, Orange County Department of Social Services – Runs the Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-Housing Program. Among other things, this can provide hotel or motel vouchers, cash for rent, credit repair, and funds for security deposit and moving expenses. Middletown, New York 10940, call (845) 615-3818


Port Jervis Salvation Army: Emergency Shelter, Transitional Housing, Permanent Supportive Housing.

Phone 845-856-3214


People For People Fund: Primary focus is on applicants who are steadily employed who experience a temporary financial emergency or need that cannot be funded by other public or private sources. Unemployed applicants who have a steady work history and are receiving unemployment insurance, worker’s compensation or short-term disability benefits also may qualify.

These individuals are normally able to take care of their own needs but are unable to do so when a sudden event has created a temporary financial emergency. It is expected and anticipated that with help from this Fund, the problem will be resolved and the applicant will become self-sufficient again. All assistance is subject to budgetary limitations.

Those seeking assistance need to reside in Orange, Sullivan, Ulster or part of Pike Counties, the readership area of the Times Herald-Record. Such a request is made with a Fund Application, supported by required documentation.


Emergency Housing 845-343-7115 (available every day, 24 hrs./day)


Housing resource Center:


Independent Living provides case management services and rental subsidies for permanent housing for qualified individuals with disabilities in Orange County, New York, funded by NYS Office of Mental Health and Office for People with Developmental Disabilities (OPWDD). Services include, but are not limited to, independent living skills training; wellness coaching, peer mentoring, assistance with employment, and connections with social and community resources. For more information on our Supported and Supportive Housing Services, please call (845) 565-1162.


Orange County Fuel Fund: An initiative designed to enhance the penetration rate of energy related services available for low to moderate income residents of Orange County. Historically, these residents living on a fixed income have been reluctant to take advantage of energy related programs such as HEAP (Home Energy Assistance Program), Energy Savings Workshops, case management, and weatherization services. These services offer Orange County residents a series of opportunities to enhance their disposable income through a process of strengthening their energy savings, the knowledge to achieve these goals, or benefiting from programs that offer financial support. Our intent is to reduce the barriers associated with consumers applying for a financial assistance programs. By building on a consumer’s strengths, we will be empowering our consumers to meet their future needs.


RECAP’s weatherization programs: assist families and individuals by reducing energy costs and improving the safety of their homes through repair, modification or replacement. RECAP has been performing these services for over 30 years.


Housing Finance Agency/State of NY Mortgage Agency (SONYMA): SONYMA provides capital to promote affordable homeownership opportunities for low and moderate income citizens of New York State.


Sacred Heart Activity Center – While all aid is limited by available resources, they may be able to offer emergency assistance for rent and other needs. Location is 319 Broadway, Newburgh, NY 12550, call 845-561-3452.


Middletown Salvation Army (phone 845-343-0821) is a great place for Community Resources, including Rental Assistance. A second Orange county location is in Newburgh, NY 12550. Call this location at 845-562-0413. Funds may be offered for people facing imminent eviction, shelters, and household goods like furniture may be offered from a thrift shop.


HRC (Housing Resource Center):

Physical Address:

280 Broadway 3rd Floor

Newburgh, NY 12550

Mailing Address:

Goshen, NY 10924


Safe Homes of Orange County: offers emergency shelter to individuals and families affected by domestic violence, teen dating violence and human trafficking, regardless of race, sexual orientation, socio-economic or religious background.  Located in a confidential and secure location in Orange County, they offer a safe space for those who have been devastated by violence and abuse—a space where victims and their families can reclaim and rebuild their lives.  For up to 90 days, individuals and families can stay in the Safe Homes of Orange County shelter while working with advocates to plan their next steps.


When survivors seek to leave their homes, they may face the additional challenge of finding a safe home for their pets, and at times this may become an additional barrier to leaving. Through a collaborative effort with the Warwick Valley Humane Society, they are also able to arrange temporary housing for pets. The Safe Pets Program provides a safe haven for both household and other types of pets while an individual or family resides in the Safe Homes of Orange County emergency shelter.


Action Toward Independence (ATI):

Independent Living Centers Serving Orange & Sullivan Counties:

Action Toward Independence promotes the independence, inclusion, participation, and personal choice of individuals with disabilities. Action Toward Independence advances the independent living philosophy and advocates for the legal and civil rights of individuals with disabilities.

Legal Services of the Hudson Valley provides support, advocacy and civil legal representation to poor and low-income families and individuals in Westchester, Putnam, Rockland, Dutchess, Orange, Sullivan and Ulster counties.


The Legal Aid Society: For assistance or representation, call (917) 661-4505, or The Legal Aid Society Hotline (212 577-7988) for information and assistance.

Putnam County Resources Guide

Putnam County Social Services:


A non-profit corporation that assists you with all your housing needs:

Putnam County does not have its own Housing Authority, please visit the Peekskill Housing Authority website for assistance:

For additional information for Senior Housing such as a Housing Resource Directory or Caregiver Resources HELP for family and friends, please contact the New York State Office for the Aging


For additonal information relating to whether you qualify for free legal services, please contact Legal Services of the Hudson Valley

For additional information concerning housing resources and activities available at the state level please contact New York State Housing and Community Renewal


To contact the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development for federal housing resources, programs and activities, please contact


For access to the Putnam Community Action Program’s extensive Resource Guide visit

Low Income Apartments In Putnam County:


Carmel, NY Low Income Housing:


Patterson, NY Low Income Housing:


Putnam Valley, NY Low Income Housing:


Lake Peekskill, NY Low Income Housing:


Cold Spring, NY Low Income Housing:


Brewster, NY Low Income Housing:



Garrison, NY Low Income Housing:


Mahopac, NY Low Income Housing:


Mahopac Falls, NY Low Income Housing:


Putnam Valley, NY Low Income Housing:


PCHC owns and manages four senior housing complexes in the county: Gleneida Housing; Gleneida Senior Apartments; Lakeview Housing and Senior Housing at Mahopac Hills. There are separate income eligibility guidelines for each complex.

Please be advised there are long waiting lists for tenancy at all of the complexes. Applications are accepted on a first-come, first-serve basis. Applicants are placed on the appropriate waiting list according to date and time application is received. When applicant comes to the top of the waiting list they will be notified by mail.



10,12,14 Gleneida Court Carmel, NY 10512

Eligibility: 62-years-old or disabled

Income eligibility:
One Person – $37,350
Two person – $42,700



20 Gleneida Court Carmel, NY 10512

Eligibility: 60 years or older

Income eligibility:
One person – $37,350
Two person – $42,700





8 Gleneida Court Carmel, NY 10512

Eligibility: 62 years or older

Income eligibility:
One person – $37,350
Two person – $42,700



170 Route 6 Mahopac, NY 10541

Eligibility: 62 year or old

Income Eligibility:
One person – $36,550
Two person – $41,750


Home Energy Assistance Program:

HEAP (Home Energy Assistance Program) is a federally funded program that issues benefits to households that meet the eligibility requirements. Households that meet the eligibility guidelines may receive help to pay for Electricity, Propane, Natural Gas, Wood, Oil, Kerosene, Coal, or any other heating fuel.



Help for Seniors:
If you are a homeowner who has reached the age 62 or older and need more income to meet your financial needs, then a reverse mortgage may be the answer. A reverse mortgage is a loan against your home equity providing you with cash advances and require no repayment until a future time.



The Family Self-Sufficiency (FSS) Program helps Section 8 families become economically independent by linking them to services, education and training programs which will enable a family to support itself without government assistance other than for housing. Some of the services available in Putnam County include: childcare, transportation, personal and career counseling, adult basic education, higher education, job training and placement, and any other program needed to help the family meet the goal of self-sufficiency.




For Tenant At Any of PCHC Managed Buildings


Putnam/Northern Westchester Women’s Resource Center

The shelter is a 15 bed home for women and their children who are victims of domestic violence/sexual assault that is open 24 hours a day 7 days per week

The shelter provides housing and transitional services to women and children who require a safe and secure environment while they go through the process of relocating to a safe location.

Residents of the shelter generally stay 90 days during which time they receive personal advocacy such as assistance and accompaniment through educational, employment, medical, DSS, CPS, CAC housing and other personal issues or concerns that may arise.


St. Christopher’s Inn:

Shelter for men.  The men live in dormitory-style accommodations at the Inn, with lockers to store their clothes and belongings.

If any of the men need clothing, the Friars and Staff of the Inn have assembled an extensive clothing room with all sizes and styles, for any kind of weather conditions. Every man is given what he needs for his stay at the Inn, and laundry is done on site.


Putnam County Housing Corporation (PCHC), a private, not-for-profit Housing Corporation, is administering the New York State Affordable Housing Corporation Home Improvement program in Putnam County.

The grant (maximum $32,500) will assist homeowners (owner-occupied) throughout the county on a first-come, first-serve basis in making repairs including structural, safety and code upgrades, roofs, windows, electrical, plumbing and heating systems.



Putnam County Housing Corporation offers an enhanced homebuyers program to prepare you for homeownership readiness. Topics will include, credit review, budget, savings and financing options. Counselors will discuss financing options such as FHA, FHA 203K, Conventional Loans, GSE loans, USDA Rural Development 502 and Federal Home Loan Bank of New York-First Home Club.



PCHC, a HUD certified Housing Counseling Agency, administers its Counseling Program with funding from the US Department of Housing and Urban Development. The program offers housing counseling for both homeowners and renters alike, addressing reverse mortgages (fee required), foreclosures, eviction, home improvements, rehabilitation, pre-purchase, pre-rental, FHA, Rural Development, SONYMA, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.



PCHC is a certified HUD Housing Counseling Agency and a certified National Industry Standards for Homeownership Education and Counseling (NCHEC) agency which ensures counselors provide consistent and professional excellence.

Olmstead Housing Subsidy Program

High-need Medicaid beneficiary rent subsidy & transitional housing support

Contact Jay Stevens, Housing Specialist, Olmstead Housing Subsidy Program, or call 914-682-3926 (voice), 914.259.8036 (VP).

The Olmstead Housing Subsidy (OHS) program is a two-year statewide pilot program to establish a rental subsidy and transitional housing support service program for high-need Medicaid beneficiaries. The program provides assistance to persons who live in a nursing home or are unstably housed with choosing, accessing, and maintaining an independent apartment.


Putnam Independent Living Services:

Contact Margaret Valenzuela, Director Independent Living and Benefits Specialist, or call 845-228-7457 (voice), 914.259.8036 (VP)


Office for People with Developmental Disabilities:

The NYS Office for People with Developmental Disabilities provides a variety of supports and services for individuals with developmental disabilities.  OPWDD works with a network of not-for-profit providers to deliver services to individuals with developmental disabilities and their families.  Services include residential services, day/employment services, and family and individual supports.  Examples of family and individual supports are clinic services, in-home care, senior services and service coordination.


Putnam County Department of Mental Health’s Developmental Disabilities Coordinator is available to help individuals and families connect with the New York State Office for People with Developmental Disabilities by providing information, referral and assistance with the eligibility application. Medley Broege, Developmental Disabilities Coordinator Putnam County Department of Mental Health 110 Old Route 6, Building 3 Carmel, NY 10512 845-808-1641,  NYS OPWDD Taconic DDRO 1620 Route 22 Brewster, NY 10509 845-279-2905   PARC (Putnam ARC) 31 International Boulevard Brewster, NY 10509 845-278-7272   Hudson Valley Cerebral Palsy Association 40 Jon Barrett Road Patterson, NY 12563 845-878-9078

Senior Apartments, Low-Income:

Senior Apartments in Rockland County:

Affordable Homes for Seniors; Sisters of Charity:

Harvest House; Senior Citizen Housing:

Senior Housing: Esther Gitlow Towers:

Haverstraw, NY Affordable Income Housing for People Ages 55 and Older:

Affordable Housing for Men and Women 65 and Older:

New City, NY Low Income Housing:

Affordable Housing Corporation:—income-limits

Suffern, NY Low Income Apartments:

Spring Valley Affordable Apartments:

Affordable Housing: Rockland County town of Monsey, N.Y.

Airmont Gardens, located in Suffern NY, Rockland County’s Affordable Senior Rental Community:

Housing Resources for Seniors:

Homeless Shelters:

Shelter for the Homeless:

Rockland Family Shelter:

The CSC emergency residential shelter is a comfortable, home-like residence at a secure location that is kept undisclosed for security purposes. CSC provides battered women and their children a safe place to live while they recover from the trauma of domestic violence and plan for their future safety.

Homelessness and eviction Prevention located in Haverstraw:

Nanuet Homeless Shelters & Services for The Needy:

permanent supportive housing for honorably discharged veterans, both male and female, who are homeless, disabled, or at risk of homelessness in New York’s Mid-Hudson Valley:

New City, Ny Women’s Shelters:

Housing Issue for Seniors; Legal Assistance:

Legal Aid Society of Rockland County, Inc.

Legal Services of the Hudson Valley:

Sullivan County Resources Guide:

Sullivan County Federation for The Homeless:

The Sullivan County Federation for the Homeless is a not-for-profit organization established in 1987 to provide assistance to individuals and families in need.  They also operate a housing and utility assistance program to individuals living with HIV/AIDS.

B.A.T.S. For Veterans:

B.A.T.S for Veterans was established through the ministry of NBCWC INC. it’s the first all-male veterans transitional home in Sullivan County, NY.  This project provides transitional housing and supportive services for homeless veterans.

Sullivan County Inc Halfway House:

17 Hamilton Avenue

Monticello, NY 12701

(845) 794-8080


Organization that receives federal funding to assist people in emergencies with food, shelter, and fuel.

Main Phone


Catholic Charities Community Services of Orange, Sullivan & Ulster:

Catholic Charities supports a vast network of soup kitchens food pantries, emergency shelters, temporary and transitional housing, and permanent affordable housing to help homeless families and individuals in New York.


Committed to promoting self-sufficiency and economic stability for individuals and families through safe, sustainable, energy efficient housing.

The Salvation Army:

Emergency shelter, Transitional housing, Permanent supportive housing.

Sullivan County Community Development and Housing:

List of organizations that may help you explore housing issues.  To access the organizations’ websites, simply click on the name of the organization.

Barkley Gardens – Liberty

Liberty, NY – 12754


Barkley gardens is a senior low-income housing apartment subsidized by the federal governments hud (housing and urban development division). Contact barkley gardens for complete details on the current vacancies and housing applications.

Liberty Senior Citizens Houses – Liberty

Liberty, NY – 12754

(516) 484-6303

Liberty senior citizens houses is a senior low-income housing apartment subsidized by the federal governments hud (housing and urban development division). Contact liberty senior citizens houses for complete details on current vacancies.

Woodland Townhouses – Loch Sheldrake

Loch Sheldrake, NY – 12759


Woodland Townhouses is a Family low income housing apartment subsidized by the federal governments HUD (Housing and Urban Development Division). Contact Woodland Townhouses for complete details on the current vacancies and housing applications.

Sullivan County, Habitat for Humanity Of – Harris

Harris, NY – 12742


Habitat for Humanity Is A Nonprofit, Ecumenical Christian Housing Ministry Dedicated To Eliminating Substandard Housing And Homelessness.

Hamilton House – Harris

Harris, NY –

(845) 794-1400

Hamilton House is a low-income housing apartment subsidized by the federal governments HUD (Housing and Urban Development Division).

School Street Gardens – Livingston

Livingston, NY –


School Street Gardens is a low-income housing apartment subsidized by the federal governments HUD (Housing and Urban Development Division). Contact School Street Gardens for complete details on the current vacancies and housing applications.

Main Street Houses – South Fallsburg

South Fallsburg, NY – 12779

(856) 596-0500

Main Street Houses offers 61 low income one, two and three-bedroom units. This is a Low-Income Housing community and will have rent and income restrictions based on the Area Median Income.

Rehabilitation Support Services, Inc. (RSS) includes NYS Office of Mental Health (OMH) residential group homes, licensed and supported apartment living, supported employment and affirmative businesses (also known as social enterprises), care coordination, personalized recovery oriented services (PROS), treatment, crisis services/respite services, and wellness centers.  RSS also operates U.S. Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Supportive Living and Shelter Care Plus programs.

Sullivan County first-time home-buying seminars:


Ulster County Resources Guide:

Ulster County Department of Social Services:

Ulster County Housing Authority:

Housing Authority Commission:

Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP): is a Federally funded program that helps low income households pay home energy costs and funds programs for low cost residential weatherization and other energy related home repairs. HEAP is available to low income, TA and SSI households during the heating season (mid-November through April).  For more information, go to

Additional Housing Resources:

Esopus, NY Low Income Housing:


Gardiner, NY Low Income Housing:


Highland, NY Low Income Housing:


Hurley, NY Low Income Housing:


Kingston, NY Low Income Housing:


Milton, NY Low Income Housing:


New Paltz, NY Low Income Housing:


Plattekill, NY Low Income Housing:


Rosendale, NY Low Income Housing:


Saugerties, NY Low Income Housing:


Shandaken, NY Low Income Housing:


Wallkill, NY Low Income Housing:


Wawarsing, NY Low Income Housing:


Woodstock, NY Low Income Housing:


Walker Valley, NY Low Income Housing:


Pine Bush, NY Low Income Housing:


Marlboro, NY Low Income Housing:


Clintondale, NY Low Income Housing:


Willow, NY Low Income Housing:


West Shokan, NY Low Income Housing:


West Park, NY Low Income Housing:


West Camp, NY Low Income Housing:


Ulster Park, NY Low Income Housing:


Stone Ridge, NY Low Income Housing:


Shokan, NY Low Income Housing:


Ruby, NY Low Income Housing:


Rifton, NY Low Income Housing:


Port Ewen, NY Low Income Housing:


Phoenicia, NY Low Income Housing:


Olivebridge, NY Low Income Housing:


Mount Tremper, NY Low Income Housing:


Mount Marion, NY Low Income Housing:


Malden On Hudson, NY Low Income Housing:


Lake Katrine, NY Low Income Housing:

Lake Hill, NY Low Income Housing:


Kerhonkson, NY Low Income Housing:


Highmount, NY Low Income Housing:


High Falls, NY Low Income Housing:


Greenfield Park, NY Low Income Housing:


Glenford, NY Low Income Housing:


Glasco, NY Low Income Housing:


Ellenville, NY Low Income Housing:


Cottekill, NY Low Income Housing:


Chichester, NY Low Income Housing:


Boiceville, NY Low Income Housing:


Bloomington, NY Low Income Housing:


Big Indian, NY Low Income Housing:



Bearsville, NY Low Income Housing:


Spring Glen, NY Low Income Housing:


West Hurley, NY Low Income Housing:


Pine Hill, NY Low Income Housing:


Napanoch, NY Low Income Housing:


Modena, NY Low Income Housing:


Tillson, NY Low Income Housing:


Cragsmoor, NY Low Income Housing:


Connelly, NY Low Income Housing:


Accord, NY Low Income Housing:


RUPCO: owns and/or manages 15 buildings with 430 units of affordable housing for families, artists, elderly, disabled or homeless people. RUPCO provides safe, affordable and well-maintained homes to area residents.


Low Income Apartments in Ulster County:




Housing Opportunities for People with AIDS (HOPWA):

The HOPWA Program is a federally funded program dedicated to addressing the housing needs of persons living with HIV/AIDS and their families. The program

enables families to obtain decent, safe, and sanitary housing by subsidizing a portion of the tenant’s monthly rent, based on family income.


For more information:

Case Manager, HOPWA

Lisa McDonald

(845) 331-2140 ext. 211

(845) 594-1506 cell


Program Services Supervisor

Kim Mapes

(845) 331-2140 ext. 307

Ulster County Office for the Aging:


Within Ulster County, there are several rental housing units for Senior Citizens. Some are exclusively for Seniors, while others also have a number of apartments for handicapped persons of any age. It is important to know that Senior Citizen Housing is not necessarily handicapped-accessible, so if you have special needs, please inquire.


RUPCO: owns and/or manages 15 buildings with 430 units of affordable housing for families, artists, elderly, disabled or homeless people. RUPCO provides safe, affordable and well-maintained homes to area residents.


Senior Housing Net:


Rental Housing Units for Senior Citizens:


Birches at Chambers Court
401 Chambers Drive
Kingston, NY 12401

Birches at Esopus
35 Dick Williams Lane
Ulster Park, NY 12487

Birches at Saugerties
700 The Birches
Rt 9-W
Saugerties, NY 12477

Ellenville Housing Authority
10 Eastwood Ave.
Ellenville, NY 12428

Ellenville Senior Housing
15 Healthy Way
Ellenville, NY 12428
Fax: 845-647-2161

Elsie’s Meadow
189 Third Street
Wallkill, NY 12589

Governor Clinton Apts.
1 Albany Avenue
Kingston, NY 12401

Glusker Gardens
93 Center Street
Ellenville, NY 12428

Hickory Ridge
13 Village Drive
Saugerties, NY 12477

Huguenot Park Apartments
45 N. Chestnut Street
New Paltz, NY 12561

Jenny’s Garden
Gerentine Way
Marlboro, NY 12542


Kingston Housing Authority
132 Rondout Drive
Kingston, NY 12401
For Information on

  • Brigham Seniors
  • Colonial Gardens
  • Rondout Gardens
  • Wiltwyck Gardens

Meadowbrooks Housing
914 Meadowbrook Circle
New Paltz, NY 12561

Rural Ulster Preservation Company
289 Fair Street
Kingston, NY 12401

  • Golden View Senior Apartments,1 Dominica Lane, Highland, NY 12528
  • Milton Harvest, Josies Lane, Milton, NY 12547
  • Park Heights,Route 32, Rosendale, NY 12472
  • Stuyvesant Apartments, 289 Fair Street, Kingston, NY 12401
  • Tongore Pines Housing, 21-25 Fox Lane, Olivebridge, NY 12461
  • Woodstock Commons, Woodstock, NY 12498

Saugerties Public Housing
2778 Rte 32N Town Hall, Main St.
Saugerties, NY 12477

The Mill
87 East Bridge St.
Saugerties, NY 12477

Seven Greens Town of Ulster
120 Lawrenceville Street
Kingston, NY 12401

Shandaken Village Apartments
300 Ave Maria Drive
Phoenicia, NY 12464


Yosman Towers
295 Broadway
Kingston, NY 12401

Warming Center at The Clinton Avenue United Methodist Church:

122 Clinton Avenue

Kingston, NY 12401



Family of Woodstock, Inc. Serving Ulster County, NY and Surrounding Communities: The Darmstadt Shelter and FAMILY Inn offer emergency, temporary shelter and home-finding services to families and individuals. The FAMILY Shelter provides separate, secure housing, counseling, and court advocacy for women and children affected by domestic violence.



949 Creek Locks Road Rosendale, NY

(845) 338-5953

FAMILY House is a safe, supportive shelter for up to fourteen young people ages 12-18 who cannot live with their families at the time. The facility is drug and alcohol free and is staffed 24 hours a day. Youth may stay up to sixty days.

Affordable/Transitional Housing

Many young people find themselves living on their own before they are emotionally and financially prepared. Others have infants while still teenagers themselves. FAMILY’s MidWay Program is designed to help young adults ages 16- 21 learn to live successfully and build the skills to live independently.


MidWay of Kingston

187-89 O’Neill Street, Kingston, NY

(845) 339-5508


MidWay of Ellenville

3 Warren Street, Ellenville, NY

(845) 647-1346


FAMILY operates two homeless facilities at one location in Kingston, NY. Recently renovated, the property has a playground and gardens. The FAMILY Inn is a 27-bed/ 7-bedroom facility serving families who are temporarily homeless. Our 19-bed Darmstadt Shelter provides individuals, over 21 years of age, with safe and sober temporary housing. Most of Darmstadt’s residents are participants in drug or alcohol rehabilitation programs. The campus is a safe, drug and alcohol free environment, with 24-hour staffing. Nutritious meals are served and there are full laundry facilities.


Temporary FAMILY Shelters:

Darmstadt Shelter

40 Thomas St., Kingston, NY (845) 331-1395



38 Thomas St., Kingston, NY (845) 340-1847

If you need emergency shelter, call FAMILY 24 hours a day at (845) 338-2370, (845) 255-8801, or (845) 647-2443. A hotline volunteer will help you.

First-Time Homebuyers:

Ulster County Homeownership Project:

The New York State Housing Trust Fund Corporation awarded Ulster County $450,000 to provide assistance to low and moderate income first-time homebuyers. Eligible activities in the Creating Opportunities for Homeownership Program include assistance with down payment and closing costs, and post-closing rehabilitation. RUPCO and Ulster County start implementation in the spring of 2018.

Hudson River Housing, Inc. Homeownership:

Legal Services of the Hudson Valley, Ulster can support renters and homeowners. Receive free or affordable Landlord/Tenant Dispute Resolution. Attorneys can help individuals struggling with their landlord for issues, including evictions, unsafe living conditions, and illegal leases. Eviction assistance is another service offered for low income individuals, seniors, disabled, and others. 101 Hurley Avenue, Suite 3, Kingston, New York 12401, 845-331-9373

Rights and Obligations of Landlords and Tenants:

Catholic Charities Community Services, Archdiocese of New York (CCCS): provides a comprehensive range of professional human services in the New York City boroughs of Manhattan, the Bronx, and Staten Island and in the lower Hudson Valley counties of Westchester, Rockland, Orange, Putnam, Dutchess, Ulster and Sullivan. They assist more than 80,000 individuals each without regard to race, ethnicity or religion. The major service areas are: case management, information and referral, emergency food services, employment training and placement, homelessness prevention, immigration and refugee services, parish support, thrift store, blind services, deaf apostolate, residential services for the mentally challenged, youth recreational and spiritual services.

Family of Woodstock and RUPCO have a second housing program for those who need help paying rent. They are running the Homeless Prevention Rapid Re-housing Program, and it will assist those who at imminent risk of being evicted and/or becoming homeless. The rent program can provide money for back rent payments, utility bills, security deposits, and more. The agency is located in Kingston. Call them at 845-331-2140.

Ulster County Community Action Committee, Inc (UCCAC):

Westchester County Resources Guide:

Greenburgh Housing Authority

White Plains Housing Authority:

Town of Mamaroneck Housing Authority:

Village of Mount Kisco – Mount Kisco Housing Authority:

New Rochelle Municipal Housing Authority:

Bedford, NY Low Income Housing:

Eastchester, NY Low Income Housing:

Harrison, NY Low Income Housing:

Mamaroneck, NY Low Income Housing:

Mount Kisco, NY Low Income Housing:

Mount Vernon, NY Low Income Housing:

New Rochelle, NY Low Income Housing:

North Salem, NY Low Income Housing:

Ossining, NY Low Income Housing:

Peekskill, NY Low Income Housing:

Pelham, NY Low Income Housing:

Pound Ridge, NY Low Income Housing:

Rye, NY Low Income Housing:

Scarsdale, NY Low Income Housing:

Somers, NY Low Income Housing:

White Plains, NY Low Income Housing:

Yonkers, NY Low Income Housing:

Bronxville, NY Low Income Housing:

Tuckahoe, NY Low Income Housing:

Hastings On Hudson, NY Low Income Housing:

West Harrison, NY Low Income Housing:

Yorktown Heights, NY Low Income Housing:

Waccabuc, NY Low Income Housing:

Verplanck, NY Low Income Housing:

Valhalla, NY Low Income Housing:

Thornwood, NY Low Income Housing:

Tarrytown, NY Low Income Housing:

South Salem, NY Low Income Housing:

Shrub Oak, NY Low Income Housing:

Shenorock, NY Low Income Housing:

Purdys, NY Low Income Housing:

Port Chester, NY Low Income Housing:

Pleasantville, NY Low Income Housing:

Cortlandt Manor, NY Low Income Housing:

Montrose, NY Low Income Housing:

Mohegan Lake, NY Low Income Housing:

Millwood, NY Low Income Housing:

Lincolndale, NY Low Income Housing:

Larchmont, NY Low Income Housing:

Jefferson Valley, NY Low Income Housing:

Hawthorne, NY Low Income Housing:

Hartsdale, NY Low Income Housing:

Granite Springs, NY Low Income Housing:

Goldens Bridge, NY Low Income Housing:

Elmsford, NY Low Income Housing:

Dobbs Ferry, NY Low Income Housing:

Croton Falls, NY Low Income Housing:

Crompond, NY Low Income Housing:

Chappaqua, NY Low Income Housing:

Buchanan, NY Low Income Housing:

Briarcliff Manor, NY Low Income Housing:

Bedford Hills, NY Low Income Housing:

Baldwin Place, NY Low Income Housing:

Armonk, NY Low Income Housing:

Ardsley On Hudson, NY Low Income Housing:

Amawalk, NY Low Income Housing:

Katonah, NY Low Income Housing:

Maryknoll, NY Low Income Housing:

Purchase, NY Low Income Housing:

Cross River, NY Low Income Housing:

Croton On Hudson, NY Low Income Housing:

Irvington, NY Low Income Housing:

Homeownership Information:

Down Payment and Closing Cost Assistance: Several financial programs exist that can help you purchase a home through down payment grants and matched savings programs. They can also provide home improvement assistance.

WRO’s home ownership counseling can prepare you to buy a home:

WRO is a HUD-approved housing counseling agency offering education to potential home buyers. WRO’s First-Time Home Buying Program is designed to assist potential buyers in reviewing their household’s overall financial situation and preparing for homeownership.

First Time Homebuyer Program (ADDI):

The City of Yonkers, Bureau of Community Development offers a low interest loan to qualified first-time homebuyers (based on funding availability) for down payment and closing cost assistance. The loans are up to $10,000.00 at 3.00% interest for thirty (30) years for each qualified applicant.

Home Repair and Energy Assistance Directory:

Home Front: is a community-based, volunteer-driven home repair program that provides FREE repairs to low-income homeowners, thus enabling them to remain in their homes with an improved quality of life. Currently serving Fairfield, Hartford and New Haven Counties in Connecticut; and Westchester County, New York.

Suffolk County Resource Guide:

The Town of Islip Housing Authority:

Huntington Housing Authority:

East Hampton Housing Authority:

Long Island Housing Services, Inc.

Babylon, NY Low Income Housing:


Brookhaven, NY Low Income Housing


East Hampton, NY Low Income Housing


Greenport, NY Low Income Housing


Huntington, NY Low Income Housing


Islip, NY Low Income Housing


Riverhead, NY Low Income Housing


Shelter Island, NY Low Income Housing


Smithtown, NY Low Income Housing

Southampton, NY Low Income Housing


Southold, NY Low Income Housing


Westhampton Beach, NY Low Income Housing


Westhampton, NY Low Income Housing


Water Mill, NY Low Income Housing


Wainscott, NY Low Income Housing


Upton, NY Low Income Housing


Speonk, NY Low Income Housing


South Jamesport, NY Low Income Housing


Shirley, NY Low Income Housing


Shelter Island Heights, NY Low Income Housing


Sag Harbor, NY Low Income Housing


Sagaponack, NY Low Income Housing


Ridge, NY Low Income Housing



Remsenburg, NY Low Income Housing


Quogue, NY Low Income Housing


Peconic, NY Low Income Housing


Orient, NY Low Income Housing


New Suffolk, NY Low Income Housing


Moriches, NY Low Income Housing


Middle Island, NY Low Income Housing


Mattituck, NY Low Income Housing


Mastic Beach, NY Low Income Housing


Mastic, NY Low Income Housing


Manorville, NY Low Income Housing


Jamesport, NY Low Income Housing


Hampton Bays, NY Low Income Housing


East Quogue, NY Low Income Housing



Eastport, NY Low Income Housing


East Moriches, NY Low Income Housing


East Marion, NY Low Income Housing


Center Moriches, NY Low Income Housing


Bridgehampton, NY Low Income Housing


Amagansett, NY Low Income Housing


Wyandanch, NY Low Income Housing


West Sayville, NY Low Income Housing


West Islip, NY Low Income Housing


Wading River, NY Low Income Housing


Sound Beach, NY Low Income Housing

Affordable Housing in Suffolk County:


Community Development Corporation of Long Island (CDCLI): A regional non-profit organization, was founded in 1969 by government, business, and civic leaders on Long Island who came together to address the growing demand for affordable housing.

They assist with: Financial education and coaching; Homeownership; Mortgage troubles; Home improvements and going green; Rental housing; Multi Family Rentals.

Market Rate Rentals, Senior Rental Opportunities, Subsidized Rental Opportunities:


Long Island Housing Partnership:

Since its inception in 1988, the mission of the Long Island Housing Partnership, Inc. (LIHP) has been to provide affordable housing opportunities to those who, through the ordinary, unaided operation of the marketplace, would be unable to secure, or remain in, a decent and safe home.


Long Island Housing Services, Inc. is a private, not-for-profit 501(c)(3) corporation with its principal place of business located at 640 Johnson Avenue, Suite 8, Bohemia, New York. Long Island Housing Services is the island’s only private fair housing advocacy and enforcement agency serving Nassau and Suffolk counties.

Services Provided: fair Housing; Landlord & Tenants Rights; Mortgage scams; Foreclosure; Fair lending; Education/outreach.


Housing Assistance:


East Northport Salvation Army:

Phone: 631-368-1170

The Salvation Army operate across the nation, and this is a local branch. They offer everything from free food, to housing counseling, and emergency funds to pay rent.


Bishop McGann Village Senior Housing/ Central Islip:

Provides a 125-unit housing complex for low-income senior citizens. Inquiries and application requests handled by Stanan Management Company.

Shelter Listings:


Hope House Ministries:  Provides compassionate, comprehensive and competent care to young people and families in crisis.


Help Suffolk:

Address: 685 Brookhaven Ave, Bellport, NY 11713

Phone: (631) 286-2400


Maureen’s Haven:

The goal of Maureen’s Haven is to provide safe, warm temporary shelter to homeless individuals from November through March, utilizing volunteer houses of worship and congregation volunteers. The host facilities and supporting organizations provide a place to sleep and a nutritious meal.


Destiny Village

West Babylon, NY 11704


48 bed non for profit transitional housing program.


Hope For Youth

Amityville, NY 11701

(631) 691-5100

Runaway and Homeless Youth Shelter


Family Homeless Shelter

790 Park Avenue

Huntington, NY 11743

(631) 509-4772



Huntington, NY 11743



Lighting The Way Transition House

Bohemia, NY 11716

(631) 767-9294


Hope House Ministries – Pax Christi Hospitality Center – Homeless Shelter

Port Jefferson, NY 11777


homeless shelter


Community Development Corporation Of Long Island Centereach

Centereach, NY 11720


Agency that provides HUD Approved Housing Assistance Programs

Mercy Haven, Inc. Islip Terrace

Islip Terrace, NY 11752

(631) 277-8300

Non Profit Organization that provides housing assistance, supportive housing, group housing.


Community Housing Innovations, Inc. Patchogue

Patchogue, NY 11772


Affordable rental housing to homeless families


Community House Port Jefferson

Port Jefferson, NY 11777


crisis intervention residential home.


Town Of East Hampton – Office Of Housing And Community Development Amagansett

Amagansett, NY 11930

(631) 267-7896

Housing Authority, Low Income Affordable Housing, Public Housing


Haven House Bridges Homeless Shelter Transitional Housing

Brentwood, NY 11717


family homeless shelter and transitional housing.


Resurrection House Homeless Shelter and Services

Wheatley Heights, NY 11798


homeless shelter and services.


North Fork Housing Alliance Inc Greenport

Greenport, NY 11944


Non Profit Organization that provides housing assistance



Long Island Housing Partnership Inc Hauppauge

Hauppauge, NY 11788


Non Profit Organization that provides housing assistance


Suffolk County Veteran Halfway House Project Incorporated Yaphank

Yaphank, NY 11980

Non Profit Organization that provides housing assistance


Fitzgerald House Inc Brentwood

Brentwood, NY 11717

Non Profit Organization that provides housing assistance


Retreat, Inc. East Hampton

East Hampton, NY 11937

Non Profit Organization that provides housing assistance


Human Resources Research And Management Group Inc Medford

Medford, NY 11763


Non Profit Organization that provides housing assistance


United Cerebral Palsy Association Of Suffolk County, Inc. Hauppauge

Hauppauge, NY 11788

Non Profit Organization that provides housing assistance


Thursdays Child Patchogue

Patchogue, NY 11772


Non Profit Organization that provides housing assistance


Compel Men’s Resource And Referral Center, Inc. Wyandanch

Wyandanch, NY 11798


Non Profit Organization that provides housing assistance


Town Of East Hampton-office Of Housing And Community Development Amagansett

Amagansett, NY 11930


Agency that provides HUD Approved Housing Assistance Programs



Bellport, Hagerman, East Patchogue Alliance,inc. Bellport

Bellport, NY 11713


Agency that provides HUD Approved Housing Assistance Programs


Housing Help, Incorporated Greenlawn

Greenlawn, NY 11740


Agency that provides HUD Approved Housing Assistance Programs


Economic Opportunity Council Of Suffolk, Inc. Greenport

Greenport, NY 11944


Agency that provides HUD Approved Housing Assistance Programs


North Fork Housing Alliance, Incorporated Greenport

Greenport, NY 11944


Agency that provides HUD Approved Housing Assistance Programs


Wyandanch Community Development Corporation Wyandanch

Wyandanch, NY 11798


Agency that provides HUD Approved Housing Assistance Programs


Madonna Heights Services – Residential Treatment Center Rtc (for Girls Ages 12 To 18)

Dix Hills, NY 11746



Madonna Heights Services – Morning Star Community (for Women)

Dix Hills, NY 11746



Madonna Heights Services – Peconic Heights Residence (for Women And Children)

Dix Hills, NY 11746



Madonna Heights Services – Marydale (for Girls, Young Women And Children)

Babylon, NY 11702



Madonna Heights Services – The Gatehouse (for Girls And Young Women Ages 16 To 21)

Dix Hills, NY 11746



Madonna Heights Services – Rose Pelletier Center (for Girls And Young Women Ages 16 To 21)

Dix Hills, NY 11746


Housing help Inc.

Founded in 1966, Housing Help Inc. is a not-for-profit organization helping families access safe, decent affordable housing and to develop the financial skills necessary to maintain their home.


BHEP Alliance Housing Development Fund Corp.

This Corporation was incorporated in New York State on January 11, 1991. The purpose of this Corporation is to provide decent low cost housing for the homeless and very low income families. The 9 houses in this Corporation were funded by the New York State Department of Social Services and tax foreclosure transferred from the Town of Brookhaven.


Nassau Suffolk Law Services:


Catholic Charities:

Housing Department

Catholic Charities’ housing department provides seniors who meet income guidelines with the opportunity for safe and affordable housing and access to a supportive network of services.  The program currently operates 16 housing facilities in Nassau and Suffolk counties, totaling more than 1,329 units.


The Salvation Army:

Emergency shelter, Transitional housing, Permanent supportive housing.


The Society of St. Vincent de Paul of Long Island:

The Society of St. Vincent de Paul has one transitional housing program designed to serve men with different problems and needs. The house provides a safe, structured and supportive environment for residents, and offers a wide variety of on-site programs and services.

Long Island Council of Churches:

The Long Island Council of Churches (LICC) is the coordinating body for the ecumenical work of churches throughout Nassau and Suffolk Counties. For over five decades the LICC has been an effective center for the coordination, referral and assistance for low-to-moderate income Long Islanders.



SOCIETY OF ST. VINCENT DE PAUL: Rental Arrears Assistance:

The Society of St. Vincent de Paul’s Family Assistance Program offers families in crisis the financial aid they need to ease some of their monthly financial burdens, and take the steps they need to get back on their feet. By helping families with their financial obligations, they are able to gradually pull themselves out of their mounting debt. In fact, in most cases, families receiving this assistance will only require a one-time payment to get their bills up-to-date, after which they are caught up and able to manage their household needs again.

In addition to financial help, the Society of St. Vincent de Paul offers counseling and budget assistance to help those families stay in control of their finances.



Provides severely wounded veterans of Operation Enduring Freedom, Operation Iraqi Freedom, and Operation New Dawn and their families with emergency financial assistance and other support services to help them recover from their injuries and rebuild their lives.

Affordable homeownership program:  Provides home-ownership opportunities to low-moderate income families.


HARVEST HOUSES seek to establish residences that are alternatives for independent seniors to live together in a community atmosphere.



VA Home Loans and Grants:  VA helps Servicemembers, Veterans, and eligible surviving spouses become homeowners. As part of their mission to serve you, they provide a home loan guaranty benefit and other housing-related programs to help you buy, build, repair, retain, or adapt a home for your own personal occupancy.


Mary’s Manor Enriched Housing:

Provides 14 one-bedroom and 14 studio units exclusively for seniors 65 years of age or older who have SSI (Supplemental Security Income) and who need minimal supportive care in their activities of daily living. Each resident receives quality nutrition in a communal dining room and approximately 45 minutes daily of home health aide services. Offers social activities in a safe environment with 24-hour supervision. Call for further information.


AHRC Suffolk: AHRC currently provides a variety of residential options to individuals with developmental disabilities throughout Suffolk County. AHRC operates community residences or IRAs, and two residential settings for Individuals who are Medically Fragile (ICF).


The Retreat:  The Retreat’s mission is to provide safety, shelter and support for victims of domestic abuse and to break the cycle of family violence.


Adelante: Since 1992 Adelante has provided apartments and houses for persons with mental disabilities. Their supported housing program assists mental health clients in securing transitional housing that will eventually lead to independent living.  Programs and services are fully bilingual (Spanish and English).


Life’s WORC: With beautiful homes in Queens, Manhattan, Nassau and Suffolk Counties, Life’s WORC’s residential facilities provide adults with developmental disabilities and autism the support they need to live a full and productive life as members of their local community.


Options for Community living, Inc.

Supportive Housing

Through a combination of affordable housing and specialized care, supportive housing helps people with mental illness lead stable, more independent lives. Case managers provide tenants with support and encouragement to help them manage everyday responsibilities.  A focus on individual healthcare, medication management, and personal well-being helps to prevent costly trips to emergency rooms and hospitals.  Supportive housing transforms lives.

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