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Homeownership Programs A-Z
The Department of Housing Preservation and Development has a number of programs that can make buying a home in the city easier.
Runaway & Homeless Youth Services
Find shelters and learn about independent living and drop-in programs from the Department of Youth and Community Development.
Shelter Options for Domestic Violence Victims
The Mayor's Office to Combat Domestic Violence publishes information on what to take with you when you're ready to leave, and what types of housing are available to victims.
Shelters for Single Adults
Visit the Department of Homeless Services website for a provider directory of City shelters for single adults.
Transitional Independent Living
The Department of Youth and Community Services hosts programs to provide older homeless youth (16 - 20 years of age) with the training and skills they need to have self-supporting, independent lives.
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