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RAD: Rental Assistance Demonstration by New York Housing Conference

RAD: Rental Assistance Demonstration by New York Housing Conference

NYHC launched a new infographic explaining how HUD's Rental Assistance Demonstration Program works for NYCHA residents including commonly asked questions relating to tenant rights and benefits. Click here to download this 2-pager or check out our City Limits Op Art feature published on Sept 20th, "What RAD Means for NYCHA Residents". 

Necessity is the mother of invention! New York State and local officials have created a public/private partnership to invest in NYC’s public housing stock while protecting our most vulnerable housing population. Thanks to those involved for developing a solution after years of disinvestment by the Federal government.
— Joseph Campagna, NYC Mayor's Disability Housing Coalition
Joseph Campagna

Joseph Campagna

Joseph Campagna is the Founder of HomeConnect a special needs consulting firm that facilitates housing for the intellectually and developmentally delayed populations (I/DD), including Autism (ASD).  Joe is a father of an autistic son and is committed to using his 30 years of corporate and public financing experience to integrate the population into existing housing and promote the development of new housing. 

NY State Housing Navigator

NY State Housing Navigator

Joe is certified by NYSACRA (New York State Association of Community and Residential Agencies) as a New York State Housing Navigator.  Housing Navigators are trained to assist those with disabilities and those that support them in planning and executing housing strategies.

Joe is a founding member of the NYC Mayor’s Disability Housing Coalition. The Coalition’s mission is to foster the exchange of information and ideas to develop solutions and access resources for the improvement of housing options for all those living with disabilities in New York City.  Bringing together City, State and Federal agencies with private and nonprofit entities, we seek practical solutions to real world issues such as physical access, equal rights/nondiscrimination, affordability, and disability subsidies.  A current project of the Coalition is to develop a revlolving loan program to enable eligible OPWDD recipients to have start funds when they are securing leases. 

2016 Housing Subsidies for the Developmentally Disabled released by New York City

Joseph Campagna

Joseph Campagna

Our friend Joseph Campagna of SpecialNeedsHomeConnect.com is on the NYC Housing Task Force for the Mayor’s Office for People with Disabilities (MOPD), and they just announced their housing subsidies in New York City for 2016. Joe remarked:

"We applaud the Mayor’s Office for Disabilities for assembling this clear and concise reference guide for helping disadvantaged populations find suitable homes.  We also look forward to our continued collaboration to make these programs more accessible and better understood by the real estate community.”

 

Click on the NYC logo below to get the PDF report. 

PDF of 2016 Housing Subsidies

PDF of 2016 Housing Subsidies