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Brooklyn Homelessness Awareness Month Borough President Adams officially proclaimed the month of June as Brooklyn’s Homelessness Awareness Month, as part of his comprehensive campaign to build a boroughwide coalition that will raise awareness of the plight of homeless individuals and families across Brooklyn. Please see the following flyer for further resources.
Justfix.nyc Justfix.nyc helps low-income tenants facing wrongful evictions or poor housing conditions with technology to effectively document their issues, mediate with their landlords, and connect with legal services.
BP Adams’ NYCHA Town Hall Questions On November 3, 2016, NYCHA and Borough President Adams’ held a Town Hall at Uncommon High School to hear from residents and community members. NYCHA Chair and CEO Shola Olatoye had the opportunity to speak with residents, discussing  NextGen NYCHA and initiatives such as affordable housing, NexGen Neighborhoods, PACT, Mission Makeover, Youth Council and more. Click here for BP Adams’ Town Hall Questions and NYCHA Answers.
Know Your Fair Housing Rights Brochure
Know Your Fair Housing Rights Guide
Know Your Fair Housing Rights Guide (Spanish)
Complaint Procedure Factsheet
General Factsheet
Race and National Origin Factsheet
 NYC Affordable Housing Resource Center Here you will find information on all aspects of City housing, including renting an apartment, buying a home, and apartment maintenance issues. Through this site, you will also find all of the City’s affordable housing lottery listings.
HomeBase Program to Prevent Homelessness HomeBase is a homelessness prevention program administered by Community-Based Organizations (CBOs) in high-need neighborhoods. The CBOs provide casework services and also help individuals and families locate existing community-based resources such as job training, child care, and anti-eviction legal services.
 NY Housing Search NYHousingSearch.gov allows people to locate housing that meets their individual and family needs at a rent they can afford. It can be accessed online 24 hours a day and is supported by a toll-free, bilingual call center available Monday – Friday, 9:00 AM – 8:00 PM EDT.
 Your Rights as a New York City Tenant  Tenants living in privately owned buildings in New York City containing at least three apartments have these rights listed here.