Please join HELP USA at the Plaza Hotel on March 16 to celebrate survivors of domestic violence.
Tonight, 60,000 New Yorkers remain homeless. Help us provide housing and supportive services to the homeless this holiday season by spreading the word about #IAmHomeless on your social media feeds!
Affordable, permanent rental housing is the ultimate solution to homelessness
We support Veteran families by providing shelter, housing and homelessness prevention programs.
Every year we help over 1,800 children by providing better living conditions and life building skills.
HELP USA provides shelter for 1,044 single adults every day.
Men’s Wearhouse and Kenneth Cole Productions team up to support HELPUSA
Ending Homelessness Through Housing, Prevention and Shelter
Where We Are
We provide homes, jobs and services for those in need in the following communities:
HELP is founded in 1986 and opens six new transitional housing facilities for families in New York State.
HELP begins developing permanent housing - with two low-income rental residences in New York City.
HELP expands nationally, opening facilities in New York, Buffalo, Houston and Las Vegas.
HELP opens two permanent and four transitional housing facilities in New York and Las Vegas.
Focus on Innovation
HELP opens three permanent housing facilities and pioneers Homebase prevention program in NYC.
HELP develops four permanent housing projects focused on serving veterans with three additional sites planned.
HELP has grown to include 38 programs and residences across five states.
The Latest News
Get Social With Us
- Pictures from today’s visit by Ringo the Therapy Dog, Garden of Dreams Foundation (MSG) and Antonio Rodriguez, DHS. https://t.co/cpwY2L8UcM,
- We believe that there isn’t one solution to housing instability that is right for everyone. Do You? https://t.co/cFmP8PUDwf,
- 2016 Help USA Scholarship Luncheon Empowering Survivors of Domestic Violence. Learn More https://t.co/12OB1DOaMx https://t.co/qZFxlm6XSh,
What We Do
HELP USA assists those in need by providing housing, offering health and safety services and teaching programs for building skill sets.
Who We Serve
HELP USA serves families and individuals, including veterans, victims of domestic violence and homeless families.