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The NYCHA Journal is Online
Welcome to the Online NYCHA Journal!

Welcome to the new NYCHA Journal!  

This publication is all about you: your home, your community, your city, your...MORE

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Moving the Authority Forward

Letter from the Interim Chair

Dear Residents,

Since I was appointed Interim Chair and CEO of NYCHA earlier this year, my...MORE

Articles

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Interim Recertifications are Now on the Self-Service Portal

Residents: Did you know that you can make Interim Recertification requests at any time during the year? If there’s a change in...

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NYCHA Supports New Affordable Housing in NYC

NYCHA’s Executive Vice President (EVP) for Leased Housing Lakesha Miller recently participated in three events hosted by...

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NYCHA Launches Mold Busters

Dear Residents,

As you are all aware, the age of our buildings and the condition of our infrastructure makes NYCHA vulnerable to mold. However, the battle against mold is one we intend to win because your health and safety are important. This month, we will be launching a program to combat mold at NYCHA developments citywide called “Mold Busters.”

Mold Busters originally began in May 2017 as a year-long pilot program at 38 developments to test a new process and tools for identifying and treating mold. Based on the results of... More


NY1: NYCHA Food Business Pathways Grad Sets Up Shop at Brooklyn Navy Yard
Get a Taste of NYCHA Residents’ Food Businesses at the Brooklyn Navy Yard

Red Hook Houses West resident Luquana McGriff dreams of one day opening a baked goods storefront for her business, A Cake Baked in Brooklyn, and a new opportunity is helping her prepare: In October, Ms. McGriff became the first NYCHA resident to operate the new food service...

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