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HASA Housing Options



John Ruscillo Director of Housing Services New York City Human Resources Administration (HRA) HIV/AIDS Services Administration (HASA) (212) 620-9830 [email protected]


Topics of Discussion

HASA Emergency Housing HASA Permanent Supportive Housing NY/NY III Permanent Supportive Housing Independent Housing


HASA Emergency Housing

Same day placement in temporary housing for homeless clients. Three kinds of emergency housing: 1) Transitional SRO Supportive Congregates for singles 2) Commercial SRO Facilities for singles/couples 3) Family Emergency Apartments


HASA Permanent Supportive Housing

Three kinds of housing: 1) Permanent Supportive Congregate Residences for singles & families 2) Supportive Scatter-site I apartments for singles/couples & families 3) Supportive Scatter-site II apartments for singles/couples & families HASA Online Client Supportive Housing Application Eligibility Requirements

CHAT (Comprehensive Health Assessment Team)


NY/NY III Permanent Supportive Housing

City & State Agreement to fund the development of 9,000 units of supportive housing. 1,000 units designated for HASA eligible persons. Two kinds of housing: 1) Supportive Congregate Residences for singles 2) Supportive Scatter-site I apartments for singles HRA 2010e Online Supportive Housing Application Eligibility Requirements: 1) HASA medical eligibility; 2) Cash assistance from government; 3) mental illness and/or substance disorder; 4) Chronically homeless (DHS shelter, HASA emergency housing, living on the street)


Independent Housing

Rent Enhancements for Private Market Apartments NYCHA Project Apartments



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