We develop housing that provides affordable opportunities for clients moving out of homelessness and poverty.
What We Do
VOA-Greater New York is an anti-poverty organization working to end homelessness in the NY area by 2050.
Areas of Service
News and Events
Op-Ed: A new approach to ending unsheltered homelessness in NYC
To coincide with the Mayor's announcement of the new Street to Housing pilot, Myung Lee co-authored an op-ed published by the NY Daily News together with DSS Commissioner Gary Jenkins and DOHMH Commissioner Dr. Ashwin Vasan.
Addressing Brain Injury in Domestic Violence Survivors
Volunteers of America-Greater New York announces a first-of-its-kind initiative to screen domestic violence survivors in our shelters for traumatic brain injuries.
$1M Raised In Three Years of The Honickman Companies’ Invitational Golf Event
The annual event, led by VOA-GNY Board Vice Chair, Reginald Goins, raised a total of $482,750 in its third year supporting our work to end homelessness in New York.
individuals had a place to sleep in one of our shelters or housing programs
domestic violence survivors and their children found emergency housing as we guided them toward self-sufficiency
children began the school year more equipped to succeed thanks to Operation Backpack®
vets in our continuum of care, from homelessness prevention to permanent supportive housing
preschool children served by our Early Learning Center
at-risk youth find stability and support as we help them prepare for independent adulthood
older adults found a community in our affordable housing programs
adults living with HIV/AIDS received housing and other support services
youth aging out of foster care found stability and guidance
people with behavioral health or substance use issues received residential and other critical support