We provide a directory of agencies that provide rental assistance to residents.
We do not directly provide aid ourselves, but provide local resources for you to find.
Most major U.S. cities including New York, New York, offer some type of state of
federally subsidized Rental Assistance Programs and/or emergency financial assistance for low income persons in need.
There are also thousands of local non-profit organizations that offer help paying rent along with providing housing assistance. We currently have listed all of the financial Rental Assistance programs we could find in New York. We constantly are finding new sources for rent assistance, sign-up here to receive an email alert as soon as we locate any new rental assistance programs in New York.
The Center for Urban Community Services offers: Housing Street outreach Psychiatric and primary care Access to public benefits and referrals Employment assistance Reentry from incarceration Scholarships Contact for more information and about eligibility requirements for assistan40.8011671, -73.938170
The Blue Card offers its invaluable help to Holocaust survivors through a variety of vital programs.They offer an Emergency Cash Assistance Program which provides for survivors' most immediate needs by helping with the cost of medicine, rent, homecare, food and other essentials.For a full list of al40.74714, -73.983053
Modest Needs promotes the self-sufficiency of workers and veterans by helping them to afford short-term emergency expenses.They responsibly provide short-term financial assistance to individuals and families in temporary crisis who, because they are working and live just above the poverty level, are40.7444023, -73.982352
FOOD SERVICE The Salvation Army provides hot meals, snacks and drinks to those affected by disaster. This service can be performed at congregate feeding sites such as Salvation Army corps community centers, camps, shelters, or from one of the Salvation Army's fleet of mobile kitchens.DONAT40.73760619, -73.998199
FOOD SERVICE The Salvation Army provides hot meals, snacks and drinks to those affected by disaster. This service can be performed at congregate feeding sites such as Salvation Army corps community centers, camps, shelters, or from one of the Salvation Army's fleet of mobile kitchens.DONAT40.815423, -73.939334
FOOD SERVICE The Salvation Army provides hot meals, snacks and drinks to those affected by disaster. This service can be performed at congregate feeding sites such as Salvation Army corps community centers, camps, shelters, or from one of the Salvation Army's fleet of mobile kitchens.DONAT40.8041986, -73.935898
Volunteers of America is a major provider of services to individuals and families who are homeless and those at risk of becoming homeless. Through their continuum of care, they help these men, women and children achieve housing stability, which is often the first step in addressing more complex, per40.7886377, -73.979937
The CITYFEPS Rent Supplement Program can help eligible families with children at risk of entry to shelter and those already in shelter to secure permanent housing. The Homeless Prevention Fund provides emergency financial assistance to households Citywide, who are unable to secure sufficient assista40.7136487,-74.0087126
Coalition for the Homeless offers a variety of programs and services to those that are currently experiencing homelessness or are at risk of becoming homeless. These services include rental assistance and eviction prevention. Their Rental Assistance program provides monthly rent subsidies as well a40.7102655, -74.007392
Income Support Services offers the following assistance to qualifying low-income New Yorkers: Homeless PreventionGrants are made to those with mortgage or rent arrears who are at- risk of losing their homes or being evicted. As a member of NYC’s Emergency Rent Coalition (ERC) we often work40.7496256, -73.974670
Offering:Budget/Credit CounselingCommunity EngagementHealth and WellnessJobs/Workforce DevelopmentSmall business servicesTenant organizingSocial service referralsYouth programsSupportive housingFor more information, contact the facility.40.8273274, -73.937443
Provides assistance with employment, eviction prevention and tenant's rights counseling, and health aging and supportive services. Call to inquire for assistance.40.7271330,-73.9793950
Bikkurim aims:To help new ideas grow, flourish, and endure over time by nurturing innovative projects through the initial stages of organizational development and supporting post-startups as they prepare to grow;To facilitate cross-fertilization, collaboration, and community building among Jewish so40.7057809, -74.013972
The Population Council conducts research to address critical health and development issues. They help people avoid HIV infection and access life-saving HIV services.From its beginning, the Council has given voice and visibility to the world’s most vulnerable people. They increase awareness of the40.7523795,-73.9688927
NAC provides real help and real hope to thousands of children with disabilities and chronic illnesses and their families throughout New York City. Through an integrated continuum of health and social services, NAC keeps children safe from abuse or neglect and works with birth, foster and adoptive fa40.7445724, -73.990454