Neighborhood Resources

Our online Neighborhood Resources is a collection of our favorite how-to guides, grant opportunities, workshops, city services and more. New York City is home to a wealth of resources—gather the tools to better your community here!

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Tenants' Rights & Homelessness Prevention

Good Old Lower East Side is a neighborhood housing and preservation organization dedicated to tenants’ rights, homelessness prevention, economic development, and community revitalization.

Type: Workshops & Trainings

Tenant Workshops for South Brooklyn Residents

Fifth Avenue Committee works to advance economic and social justice in South Brooklyn principally by developing and managing affordable housing and community facilities.

Type: Workshops & Trainings

Training & Support for Tenants

The Northwest Bronx Community and Clergy Coalition members seek social, economic, environmental, and racial justice for families.  This is achieved through community organizing that utilizes non-violent confrontation, negotiation, and principled compromise.

Type: Workshops & Trainings

Housing Clinic Programs

The Mirabal Center offers free consultations to tenants about issues such as court cases, disrepair, harassment, tenants rights and contracts. 

Type: Workshops & Trainings

Housing & Financial Organizing Programs

The Association for Neighborhood and Housing Development's program and policy work are centered on promoting a progressive, comprehensive housing agenda for New York City’s neighborhoods.

Type: Workshops & Trainings

Tenant Support for Residents in Midtown & East Manhattan

Eviction Intervention Services aims to prevent homelessness by keeping residents in their communities, preserving existing affordable housing, and promoting and supporting the construction of affordable housing for low, moderate and middle-income households.

Type: Workshops & Trainings

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