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GetCoveredNYC: We Make Health Care Easier Than Ever

GetCoveredNYC is here to help you navigate the health insurance enrollment process. Learn more and share with your community using our new toolkit.

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Housing Benefits for Older New Yorkers and New Yorkers with Disabilities

There are housing benefits available in NYC to help older New Yorkers and New Yorkers with disabilities save money and live securely in their homes. Learn more about these programs and help PEU spread the word about our free enrollment support!

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Freeze your rent! Eligible New Yorkers with disabilities and older New Yorkers can stop their rent from increasing with the City's Rent Freeze program. Call PEU's Rent Freeze Hotline at 929-252-7242. Illustration of an older woman watering plants in her apartment window and a person in a wheelchair on a balcony next to a guitar.

Winter Bill Assistance

This year, if you need assistance paying for your heating or electricity bills, there are programs that may be able to help.

Learn more about Winter Bill Assistance

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Tenant Support Unit Social Media Toolkit

TSU provides assistance to New Yorkers who may be experiencing landlord harassment, are at risk of displacement, or need to make home-related repairs. Help spread the word about free tenant support for New Yorkers!

Learn more about TSU

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PEU Flyer

Learn more here about the NYC Public Engagement Unit (PEU) and our four main programs, and share information and resources with your communities using this flyer.

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Health Care for NYC Veterans

There is a health coverage option for every single Veteran living in New York City. The Mayor's Public Engagement Unit (PEU) and the Department of Veterans' Services (DVS) are partnering to connect New York City Veterans with health coverage and to ensure that no Veterans are left behind.

Learn more about health care for NYC Veterans

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Affordable Connectivity Program: Back-to-School Edition!

New Yorkers can apply for the Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP) to get $30 off their monthly internet bill. Any household with a child currently enrolled in NYC public schools qualifies for ACP. Help us spread the word amongst qualifying families in honor of the back-to-school season!

Learn more about affordable internet for NYC families

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Fair Fares Day of Action

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.

Learn more about Fair Fares

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GetCoveredNYC & NYC Care Healthcare Week of Action

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.

Learn more about GetCoveredNYC & NYC Care Healthcare Week of Action

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Tenant Helpline

In April 2020, the City launched the Tenant Helpline to serve as a one-stop shop to inform New York City tenants about their rights and connect them to housing-related resources, including free legal services. Call 311 and ask for the Tenant Helpline to be connected!

Learn more about Tenant Helpline

Questions about your lease? Are you behind on rent? Are you in housing court?

GetCovered Day of Action and Town Hall

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.

Learn more about GetCovered Day of Action

Get Covered Day of Action, enroll in health insurance today! April 6. Spread the word in your community and join our virtual Town Hall.

Know Your Rights Town Hall for Tenants

Watch the Town Hall for Tenants to learn more about recent changes, including the Eviction Moratorium and ERAP.

Learn more about the Tenant Town Hall

Know Your Rights Town Hall for Tenants, Thursday, March 3, 6pm, streamed live on the PEU Facebook page.

Affordable Connectivity Program

New Yorkers can now apply for the Affordable Connectivity Program for up to $30 off their monthly internet bill.

Learn more about the Affordable Connectivity Program

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Right to Counsel

You don't have to fight eviction alone. In NYC, thousands of tenants have the right to a lawyer when facing an eviction case.

Learn more about Right to Counsel

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Illegal Lockouts

Lockouts are illegal. All tenants have the right to stay in their home unless they choose to leave or are evicted through a court process.

Learn more about Illegal Lockouts

At Risk of Eviction? Do not self-evict! Call 311 and ask for the Tenant Helpline to get free legal advice.

I Vouch for Vouchers

The “I Vouch for Vouchers” campaign highlights the many benefits that rental owners and property managers receive when renting to voucher holders, in addition to addressing misinformation and stigma around vouchers.

Learn more about I Vouch for Vouchers

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GetCoveredNYC Open Enrollment 2021-2022

New Yorkers can enroll in health coverage during the Open Enrollment Period, until January 31, 2022. Contact GetCoveredNYC learn more about enrolling!

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