Join us for a Day of Action on April 6 to encourage New Yorkers to enroll in health insurance. Share our social media posts and join our Virtual Town Hall at 6pm.
This year, if you need assistance paying for your heating or electricity bills, there are programs that may be able to help.
The Mayor's Public Engagement Unit (PEU) hosted an information session in Spanish with partners NY State of Health, NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, NYC Health + Hospitals, and NYC Human Resources Administration's Office of Citywide Health Insurance Access to discuss health care options for New Yorkers.
GetCoveredNYC, NYC Care, BronxNet, and La Central YMCA hosted a Health Care Fair in the Bronx!
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PEU and Assembly Member Williams teamed up to connect New Yorkers to City resources. We provided one-on-one assistance with health coverage, tenant rights, and more.
The Mayor's Public Engagement Unit (PEU) and NYC Health + Hospitals hosted a "Healthcare Week of Action" to connect New Yorkers across the five boroughs to NYC Care and GetCoveredNYC and to encourage them to access healthcare.
The Mayor's Public Engagement Unit (PEU) held an outreach day of action, canvassing at subway stations citywide to promote the Fair Fares NYC program after two weeks of targeted outreach to eligible New Yorkers via text and phone.
New Yorkers can enroll in health coverage during the Open Enrollment Period, until January 31, 2022. Contact GetCoveredNYC learn more about enrolling!
Watch the Town Hall for Tenants to learn more about recent changes, including the Eviction Moratorium and ERAP.
The Hurricane Ida Relief Fund has reopened to provide direct cash assistance to undocumented New Yorkers impacted by Hurricane Ida. This State program is accepting applications from now until April 29, 2022.
The Emergency Broadband Benefit is coming to an end! Help to get the word out about this benefit.
New Yorkers only have until January 4 to apply for FEMA relief from Hurricane Ida. If you applied and did not receive the full amount you need, you have 60 days to appeal the decision.