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Preservation service providers for Albany

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Albany Housing Coalition, Inc.
Type: Preservation
278 Clinton Ave
Albany, NY 12210
Joseph Sluszka
(518) 465-5251
JSluska@ahcvets.org
www.ahcvets.org

The Albany Housing Coalition, Inc. provides a continuum of housing and support services to veterans, low-income individuals and families in the Capital Region.

Homeless Veterans Outreach Program visits homeless shelters and treatment centers to identify homeless veterans and to offer services and housing options.

Veterans House at 180 First Street provides a sober, supportive, transitional housing program for 28 veterans and serves as the point-of-entry into our housing and services for homeless vets.

Senior Veterans Outreach Program assists 90 senior veterans a year in accessing services from the VA and other community providers in order to remain living independently in their homes.

Conners Home at 29 Walter Street in North Albany provides 12 units of permanent supportive housing for veterans with a disability.

Homeless Veterans Employment Program (HVRP) links with meaningful jobs in the community; follows workplace progress to insure vets' success and independent living in the community.

Shelter Plus Care (S + C) provides up to 31 Section 8 housing vouchers for veteran participants, including chronically homeless and dually diagnosed veterans and their families.

Peer Leadership Academy trains veterans to act as mentors for vets as risk, including VetTrak participants.

Veterans Community Advocacy Program (VCAP) provides outreach, counseling & referrals for OEF/OIF veterans & families.

Veterans Treatment & Diversion Court (`VetTrak') provides “restorative justice model,” linking (returning) vets with peer mentors, alternative sentencing & VA-based PTSD therapies.

Supportive Services for Veteran Families (`SSVF') provides at-risk vets with short-term financial assistance.

Emergency Contract Housing VA refers CH vets to our 8 beds reserved for CH participants. (housing first model)

Social Outreach Support (SOS) provides a schedule of interactive events for veterans and their families.

Pro Bono Legal Services are available for veteran participants with unresolved civil issues.

South End Improvement Corp.
Type: Preservation
38 Catherine ST
Albany, NY 12202
Cynthia Herbach
(518) 436-8777
southendimprovementcorp@gmail.com

The South End Improvement Corporation (SEIC) was founded in 1978 to draw attention to the needs of the South End of the City of Albany, tap into government funding for housing and public improvements, and give residents a voice in decision-making affecting their neighborhood.  Over 38 years later, SEIC remains a critical partner in the revitalization of Albany’s largest downtown district.
 
SEIC’s service area encompasses approximately 10% of the population of the City of Albany. Its mission is to improve housing conditions and the quality of life in the South End of the City of Albany, New York thereby preserving the residential character of its unique neighborhoods and encouraging city living. SEIC fulfills its mission by administering grants to meet the repair and rehabilitation needs of its low to moderate income homeowners.
 
Its Home Maintenance and Security (HMS) program affords homeowners up to $1,000 for emergency repairs to their homes.  This program helps about 30 households per year.  Its HOME (aka HARP IV) and AHC programs offers income eligible homeowners up to $40,000 per unit (1 to 4 units homes) to meet code; abate or encapsulate lead and address other environmental health hazards such as mold; make energy efficiency improvements; and provide accessibility modifications for seniors and disabled residents. These three programs bring more than one million dollars to the South End neighborhood, keeping people in their homes and preserving neighborhood housing stock.
 
SEIC partners with the Albany Community Development Agency (ACDA) to match its HARP program with ACDA resources, whenever possible, to meet residents’ housing rehabilitation needs.  Since the inception of the HARP program, SEIC has rehabilitated 50 housing units and anticipates assisting another 14 upon completion of its HARP IV program.
 
SEIC supports several active neighborhood associations, including the South End Neighborhood Association, Delaware Avenue Neighborhood Association, Lincoln Park, Mt. Hope, and the Mansion Neighborhood Association, on events like National Night Out.  SEIC also works in partnership with a number of grassroots community organizations, such as AVillage, Inc. and the Albany Green Coalition on initiatives to improve the quality of life in the South End, e.g. neighborhood clean-ups, the conversion of vacant lots to community gardens, and advocacy for added transit service.

United Tenants of Albany, Inc.
Type: Preservation
33 Clinton Ave
Albany, NY 12207
Erin Reale
(518) 436-8997
erin@unitedtenantsalbany.org
www.unitedtenantsalbany.org

For over 40 years, United Tenants of Albany (UTA) has provided housing services to the Albany community. UTA's housing hot-line responds annually to over 5,000 requests for information and housing counseling.

The homeless prevention program assists low-income households remain in their homes through a combination of housing counseling, court mediation, advocacy, emergency rent assistance ( in some situations) and follow-up case management. UTA also works with tenants whose landlords have lost their buildings to foreclosure or are in the foreclosure process, to insure that they are afforded the protections guaranteed under NYS statute.

United Tenants staff conduct workshops and trainings on such topics as finding apartments, landlord/tenant rights and responsibilities, eviction procedures and other relevant housing issues.

United Tenants of Albany works closely with the Albany Community Land Trust, the Affordable Housing Partnership, the Community Loan Fund, and Housing For All in an effort to increase and maintain the availability of affordable housing in the City of Albany.

West Hill Improvement Corporation
Type: Preservation
117 N Lake Ave
Albany, NY 12206
Tawanna Ramdene
(518) 462-6469
wimproveme@aol.com
West Hill Improvement Corporation was established in 1976 by members of the West Hill Neighborhood Association. For over 30 years now, this Corporation has been working diligently to improve the quality of life in the West Hill neighborhood by providing safe, decent and affordable housing to low- and moderate-income families. West Hill uses city and State funds to operate the following programs:
Security and Home Improvement Program (SHIP), which awards grants up to $1,000 for home repairs per owner-occupied dwellings to low- and moderate-income homeowners;
The Neighborhood Small-Business Outreach Program (NSBO), which assists current and prospective small business owners to set up shop in the West Hill neighborhood.; and,
Home-ownership Education Program (HEP), which educates current homeowners and prospective home buyers on how to secure funds for acquisition and/or rehabilitation of homes, and referrals for grant programs and for rentals. The program consists of: (1) assisting current owner-occupied homes to obtain funds for the rehabilitation of such dwellings; (2) assisting prospective buyers with grant and Loan opportunities; (3) referral services; (4) Post Purchase Counseling; and (5) home ownership training workshops or one-on-one counseling sessions dealing with: (a) Credit & Budgeting Counseling, and Credit Report; (b) Home Maintenance Training; and (c) Mortgage Default and Foreclosure Counseling.
Albany County Rural Housing Alliance, Inc.
Type: Preservation
24 Martin RD PO Box 407
Voorheesville, NY 12186
Judith A. Eisgruber
(518) 765-2425
jeisgruber@acrha.org
www.acrha.org

The Albany County Rural Housing Alliance (ACRHA) is a HUD certified housing counseling agency offering education and individual assistance to anyone in need of housing or housing related services.  The main office is located in Voorheesville and our satellite offices are located in Ravena and Cohoes.

The ACRHA service area that has been designated by the NYS Division of Housing & Community Renewal [DHCR]  consists of the Towns of Berne, Knox, Westerlo, Rensselaerville, New Scotland, Coeymans, Green Island, the City of Cohoes and the Villages of Altamont, Voorheesville, and  Ravena.

Administer grant programs for:

1) down payment and closing cost assistance
2) home improvements
3) emergency home repairs

Offer small loans for home repairs

Manages a rent subsidized 24-unit senior housing project

HUD certified housing counseling agency that offers counseling services in:
1) Reverse Mortgages
2) Foreclosure intervention and prevention
3) Pre-purchase
4) After-purchase
5) Household Budgeting
6) Financial Coaching
7) Credit Repair

Arbor Hill Development Corp.
Type: Preservation
241 Clinton Ave
Albany, NY 12210
Arlene Way
(518) 463-9993
info@arborhilldc.org
www.arborhilldc.org

Founded in 1981, The Arbor Hill Development Corporation, as a Neighborhood Preservation Company, seeks to facilitate the stability and vitality of five distinct neighborhoods through the advancement of welcoming environments, thriving neighborhood economies, and access to world class education and careers. Its service area includes: Arbor Hill, North Albany, Sheridan Hollow and West Hill/West End.  These neighborhoods embrace a population of over 23,000 residents.  AHDC's service area is strategically located within close proximity to major employers, institutions of higher education and destinations for tourism and commerce. The neighborhoods are gateway communities and important to the economic vibrancy of the City of Albany and New York State. They are positioned to deeply benefit from Governor Cuomo's Opportunity Agenda and the goals of the Regional Economic Development Council.

AHDC Services include:

∙ Neighborhood Engagement, Planning & Development: Work with community stakeholders to develop Community-Driven Plans Neighborhood Revitalization

∙ Home Buyer Development & Assistance: HUD-Certified home buyer education program, including pre and post purchase counseling; financial literacy; and, access to grants and vetted service providers.

∙ Owner-Occupied Home Repairs and Rehabs: AHDC provides grants and access to vetted building trade professionals

∙ Affordable Housing through Affordable rental units

∙ Credit Counseling and Debt Management Services: Through partnership with Clear Point Credit Counseling Solutions

∙ Free Home Energy Audits and access to affordable Solar Energy through partnership with PosiGen Solar Solutions

∙ Workforce Development: Facilitate opportunity pipeline through collaborations with local colleges and employers

∙ College/School/Community Engagement: AHDC works with area colleges to develop for authentic learning experiences for college students that address a community need and collaborates with School District to facilitate positive neighborhood relations and support

 

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