Important Message for Recipients Receiving SSP Benefits - April Payment Date Change for Direct Deposit

State Supplement Program (SSP) benefit direct deposit payments for April 2017 will be directly deposited on March 27, 2017. Paper checks are scheduled to arrive on or about March 31, 2017. This direct deposit payment schedule change is necessary to complete State Fiscal Year 2016-2017 closeout activities. This does not change the payment schedule for federal Supplemental Security Income (SSI) or any other benefits issued by the U.S. Social Security Administration. Please call the SSP Customer Support Center at 1-855-488-0541 between 8:30 am and 4:45 pm Monday through Friday if you have any questions.

Mensaje Importante para los Beneficiarios de Subsidios SSP – Cambio de Fecha del Pago de Abril de Depósito Directo

Last updated: March 17, 2017 at 10:00 AM

Housing and Support Services (HSS)

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HSS Programs & Services

Capital Program Unit (CPU)
The Capital Program Unit (CPU) administers the Homeless Housing and Assistance Program (HHAP), which provides capital grants and loans to not-for-profit corporations, charitable and religious organizations, municipalities and public corporations to acquire, construct or rehabilitate housing for persons who are homeless and are unable to secure adequate housing without special assistance. CPU also administers special purpose appropriations for capital development, such as the Medicaid Redesign Team (MRT) initiative.
Homeless Housing and Assistance Corporation (HHAC)
The New York State Homeless Housing and Assistance Corporation (HHAC) is a public benefit corporation formed in 1990 for the purposes of administering the Homeless Housing and Assistance Program.
Services Program Unit (SPU)
The Services Program Unit (SPU) administers several programs to address homelessness and to alleviate at-risk causes for households threatened with housing loss. Together with our partners, municipalities and not-for-profit agencies, the programs provide essential services to stabilize housing and increase levels of self-sufficiency.

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