If you live in a shelter, you can get help applying for FHEPS from your case manager or housing specialist.

If you want to stay in your current residence, the HRA Homelessness Diversion Unit (HDU) at your Job Center will process your FHEPS application.

Eligibility for CityFHEPS includes a range of requirements. The details will be discussed when you meet with your case manager or housing specialist if you live in a shelter. If you are at risk of becoming homeless, a Homebase counselor or one of the designated community based organizations will review the eligibility details with you.

BronxWorks
630 Jackson Avenue, Bronx, NY 10455
Call (929) 252-7110 for an appointment.

RBSCC - Brownsville
145 East 98th Street, Brooklyn, NY 11212
Call (917) 819-3200 for an appointment.
 
RBSCC - Bushwick
1475 Myrtle Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11237
Call (347) 295-3738 for an appointment.

The Special Exit and Prevention Supplement (SEPS) program has been replaced by CityFHEPS. 

Current SEPS tenants are being transitioned through the spring of 2020 to the CityFHEPS program at the time of their lease renewal if they remain eligible. 

No new households are being enrolled in SEPS.

LINC 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 have been replaced by CityFHEPS. 

Current LINC 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 tenants are being transitioned through the spring of 2020 to the CityFHEPS program at the time of their lease renewal if they remain eligible. 

No new households are being enrolled in LINC 1, 2, 3, 4, or 5.