Showing entries tagged with: Bronx

May 3, 2021

Sympathy Does Not Make It Right - The Fight for Healthcare Amid UHC & Montefiore Dispute

by UNHP
There is still apparently no agreement to restore the network relationship between United Healthcare (UHC) and Montefiore Health System. There is no indication that negotiations are occurring at this point and thousands of Bronx residents have effectively lost their access to healthcare. UNHP and FBHC have sent a letter to NYS DOH and DFS requesting their intervention.

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Bronx, Healthcare
March 24, 2021

Updated for 2021: UNHP COVID-19 Guide on Health, Housing, Finances, and Food

by UNHP
The UNHP Northwest Bronx Resource Center (NWBRC) is committed to bringing needed resources to our Bronx community. That commitment is renewed as we face this ongoing COVID-19 crisis. We know people need information about health, food, financial, and housing resources at this time.
March 18, 2021

American Rescue Plan Offers Immediate Good News for Many Bronx Families and Individuals

by UNHP
On March 11, 2021, President Biden signed the third and largest COVID-19 relief package since the pandemic, known as American Rescue Plan into effect. While further guidance is needed - there are immediate benefits for many Bronx residents and families!
February 4, 2021

UNHP Rises to the Challenge of a Tough Year For the Bronx Amid Covid-19

by UNHP
In the midst of tough times due to the health and economic impacts of Covid-19, there is still much to be grateful for in the Bronx and at University Neighborhood Housing Program (UNHP). Almost a year into our transition to remote work and UNHP has managed to find a way to make significant strides towards our mission.
January 11, 2021

Information for Bronx Tenants on Covid-19 Eviction Prevention

by UNHP
You may have heard about an Eviction Moratorium during Covid-19, that prevents tenants from being evicted during the Covid-19 crisis. It is true that there are many protections for tenants in place, but tenants must act to be protected. A moratorium places eviction on pause but does not cancel owed rent- so eviction proceedings can begin on renters who owe back rent when the moratorium is lifted.
January 4, 2021

Eviction Protections in a Pandemic

by UNHP
Job losses and reduced incomes amid the Covid-19 crisis have placed many US families at risk of eviction when safe housing is more important than ever. In this blog post, UNHP looks at the various national and state eviction protections as well as data from the Office of Court Administration better understand what is going on with Housing Court and evictions in the Bronx and NYC.
October 21, 2020

Summary of UNHP 2020 Affordable Housing Webinar & Replay

by UNHP
The UNHP 2020 Affordable Housing Webinar & Fundraiser was held on Tuesday, September 22nd, and attended by over 100 viewers. A summary and a replay link can be found in this blog post. The webinar explored issues raised during this COVID-19 crisis - specifically the effect it has had on the NYC housing market - and what we think needs to happen as we move forward to ensure an equitable recovery.
September 23, 2020

Thank you to our 2020 Affordable Housing Webinar Sponsors & Donors

by UNHP
The UNHP 2020 Affordable Housing Webinar was held on Tuesday, September 22nd, and attended by over 100 viewers. The Webinar was also our one fundraiser for the year - thanks to our generous sponsors & donors for helping UNHP continue its mission.
August 6, 2020

Annual BIP Meeting - NYC Real Estate Market in the Pandemic

by UNHP
On July 28th, UNHP held its annual Building Indicator Project meeting. Jacob Udell, Data and Research Coordinator, presented for UNHP about trends in the housing market. Elizabeth Oakley and Kim Darga from HPD discussed the importance of preservation and different tools HPD has to bolster affordable housing in NYC. Click to read a summary of UNHP’s presentation.
June 2, 2020

Bronx Reality before Covid is Manifesting Devastating and Deadly Consequences

by UNHP
Well-documented long-standing income, racial and ethnic disparities as well as health issues in the Bronx led to a disproportionate number of cases in the borough. 

“UNHP has emerged as a thought leader on multi-family housing distress-a key issue facing all boroughs of New York City.”

— Rafael E. Cestero - President Community Preservation Corporation and former NYC Housing Commissioner