Permanent Affordable Housing

Homeless in NYC: We Can Do Better

By Catherine Kirch 10/9/19

Those living on the streets face hunger, lack of shelter, and—especially as the weather continues to cool—freezing temperatures. Violence, especially in the past few...

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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

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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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319 Miracles Happen: Catholic Charities is Creating Affordable Housing in NYC

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Rendering of Second Farms. Photo: Catholic Charities New York

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The Challenge for the Homeless Student and How Catholic Charities Helps

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Photo Credit: Princess, Unsplash

by Jim Sliney Jr.

3 Min Read. Back in March of...

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New NYC Plan to Move Homeless from Summonses to Services

Homeless man in NYC subway asking for human kindness
Photo Credit: Matt Collamer

Program Implantation Gives Homeless a Second...

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1 in 5 New Yorker’s are Poor: Catholic Charities is Ready to Help 


Photo Credit: Enrique Alarcon

by John-Mark de Palma

2 Min Read: According to the...

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Bronx, the Last Bastion of Affordable Housing, Begins Losing Its Battle


By Alice Kenny 

1 Min Read: Gentrification, richer people buying homes in poorer places, is now, more than ever before, pushing struggling New Yorkers out of some of the city’s most vulnerable...

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Bronx, the Last Bastion of Affordable Housing, Begins Losing Its Battle

Catholic Charities NY Rushes In with Reinforcements

By Alice Kenny

Gentrification, richer people buying homes in poorer places, is now, more than ever before, pushing struggling New Yorkers out...

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Meet Miguel: Struggling to Survive, Disabled, and Caring for his Disabled Family

by John-Mark de Palma

Miguel, who lives in the Bronx, owed over $8,220 in rent and was facing eviction before coming to Catholic Charities New York. Unable to find employment, Miguel has...

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