Solutions to End Homelessness Program (STEHP) Awardees

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Capital Region

  • Bethesda House of Schenectady, $87,746; for street outreach and shelter in Schenectady County
  • CAPTAIN Community Services, $300,000; for shelter, rapid rehousing, and prevention in Saratoga, Warren and Washington counties
  • Community Action of Greene County, $300,000; for rapid rehousing and prevention in Columbia and Greene counties
  • Equinox, $78,452; for youth transitional housing in Albany County
  • Homeless Action Committee, $220,470; for street outreach in Albany County
  • Homeless and Traveler’s Aid Society, $299,000; for rapid rehousing in Albany County
  • Interfaith Partnership for the Homeless, $300,000; for adult shelter in Albany County
  • Joseph’s House and Shelter, $299,293; for adult shelter and rapid rehousing in Rensselaer County
  • Legal Aid Society of Northeastern NY, $106,397; for prevention in Rensselaer County
  • Legal Aid Society of Northeastern NY, $200,000; for prevention in Albany County
  • Schenectady Community Action Program, $300,000; for transitional housing, rapid rehousing, and prevention in Schenectady County
  • St. Anne Institute, $271,258; for youth shelter in Albany County
  • Unity House of Troy, $200,000; for shelter and rapid rehousing for domestic violence victims in Rensselaer County

Central New York

  • Catholic Charities of Syracuse, $300,000; for rapid rehousing and prevention in Cortland County
  • Catholic Charities of Syracuse, $298,485; for rapid rehousing in Onondaga County
  • Cayuga Department of Social Services, $150,000; for prevention in Cayuga County
  • Community Action Program for Madison County, $300,000; for transitional housing, rapid rehousing, and prevention in Madison County
  • Oswego County Opportunities, $300,000; for street outreach, shelter, transitional housing, rapid rehousing, and prevention in Oswego County
  • The Salvation Army Syracuse, $131,767; for prevention in Onondaga County

Finger Lakes

  • Legal Assistance of Western NY, $400,000; for rapid rehousing, and prevention in Monroe, Ontario, Seneca, Wayne and Yates counties
  • Chances and Changes, $266,670; for shelter, transitional housing, rapid rehousing, and prevention in Livingston County
  • Person Centered Housing, $271,260; for street outreach in Monroe County

Long Island

  • Haven House Bridges, $300,000; for prevention in Suffolk County
  • Long Island Coalition for the Homeless, $131,628; for street outreach in Nassau and Suffolk counties

Mid-Hudson

  • Family of Woodstock, $300,000; for youth shelter, youth transitional housing, and youth rapid rehousing in Ulster County
  • Hudson River Housing, $300,000; for shelter, rapid rehousing, and prevention in Dutchess County
  • Legal Services of the Hudson Valley, $788,703; for prevention services in Sullivan, Westchester, Ulster and Orange counties
  • Rockland County Department of Social Services, $300,000; for street outreach, rapid rehousing, and prevention in Rockland County
  • RUPCO, $273,000; for adult rapid rehousing in Ulster County
  • Search for Change, $116,377; for prevention in Putnam County
  • The Guidance Center of Westchester, $170,000; for street outreach in Westchester County

Mohawk Valley

  • CAPTAIN Community Services, $162,955; for street outreach and rapid rehousing in Fulton and Montgomery counties
  • Catholic Charities of Albany, $71,250; for prevention in Herkimer County
  • Catholic Charities of Syracuse, $120,000; for shelter in Oneida County
  • Legal Aid of Northeastern NY, $105,588; for prevention in Fulton, Montgomery and Schoharie counties
  • Oneida County, $163,604; for street outreach in Oneida County
  • YWCA of the Mohawk Valley, $150,000; for rapid rehousing for domestic violence victims in Oneida County
  • Opportunities for Otsego, $112,502; for prevention in Otsego County

New York City

  • Black Veterans for Social Justice, $300,000; for rapid rehousing and prevention in Bronx, New York, Kings, Queens and Richmond counties
  • BronxWorks, $300,000; for rapid rehousing in Bronx County
  • Brooklyn Community Housing and Services, $300,000; for prevention in Kings County
  • CAMBA, $300,000; for prevention in Kings County
  • Catholic Charities Community Services, $297,047; for prevention in Bronx, New York and Richmond counties
  • Coalition for the Homeless, $300,000; for prevention in Bronx, New York, Kings, Queens and Richmond counties
  • Henry Street Settlement, $300,000; for shelter and rapid rehousing in New York County
  • Lenox Hill Neighborhood House, $300,000; for prevention in New York County
  • Metropolitan New York Coordinating Council, $150,000; for prevention in Bronx, Kings, New York, Queens and Richmond counties
  • Nazareth Housing, $300,000; for prevention in Bronx, Kings, and New York counties
  • Neighborhood Association for Inter-Cultural Affairs, $262,943; for rapid rehousing and prevention in Bronx County
  • Queens Community House, $299,991; for prevention in Queens County
  • Services for Underserved, $230,370; for domestic violence shelter in Bronx, New York, Kings, Queens and Richmond counties.
  • Riseboro Community Partnership, $205,842; for rapid rehousing and prevention in Kings County
  • The Fortune Society, $150,000; for shelter in Bronx, New York, Kings, Queens and Richmond counties
  • The Partnership for the Homeless, $300,000; for prevention in Bronx, New York, Kings, Queens and Richmond counties
  • University Settlement, $300,000; for prevention in New York and Kings counties
  • Urban Justice Center, $290,000; for rapid rehousing and prevention in New York, Kings and Queens counties

North Country

  • Massena Independent Living Center, $400,000; for rapid rehousing and prevention in St. Lawrence, Franklin and Essex counties
  • Snowbelt Housing, $121,730; for rapid rehousing and prevention in Lewis County

Southern Tier

  • Catholic Charities of Rochester, $300,000; for shelter, rapid rehousing, and prevention in Chemung and Schuyler counties
  • Delaware Opportunities, $190,996; for rapid rehousing and prevention in Delaware County
  • Tompkins County Department of Social Services, $300,000; for shelter, rapid rehousing and prevention in Tompkins County
  • YWCA of Binghamton and Broome County, $300,000; for shelter and rapid rehousing in Broome County

Western New York

  • Allegany County Community Opportunities and Rural Development, $130,000; for prevention in Allegany County
  • Cattaraugus Community Action, $300,000; for shelter and rapid rehousing in Cattaraugus County
  • Chautauqua Opportunities, $265,155; for street outreach, shelter, youth transitional housing, rapid rehousing, and prevention in Chautauqua County
  • Gerard Place Housing Development, $215,404; for prevention in Erie County.
  • YWCA of the Niagara Frontier, $39,281; for transitional housing for domestic violence victims in Niagara County

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