Permanent and Transitional Housing

The first step to empowering communities is to provide stable housing. HELP achieves this through a combination of government, foundation, and individual donor support. At times, transitional housing is appropriate step, since for some reintegration is a disorienting and stressful experience. Our goal is for our residents to be proud and participating members of their communities. HELP USA provides award winning housing that people can confidently call home.

New York

HELP USA has invested $141,480,000 in New York City neighborhoods and  provided 2,065 apartments for homeless and low-income residents. Learn more about our permanent and transitional housing in New York.

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Newark

HELP USA has built 152 apartments for homeless and low-income residents in Newark, totaling an investment of $44,794,000 in the city. We also have assisted 23 professionals with finding employment in permanent jobs with full benefits. View information about our housing in Newark here.

Philadelphia

With 214 apartments for homeless and low-income individuals, HELP USA has invested $41,464,000 in Philadelphia neighborhoods and has assisted 25 professionals with finding employment in permanent jobs with full benefits. Learn more about our housing in Philadelphia.

Las Vegas

HELP USA has invested $31,700,000 in Las Vegas neighborhoods, built 200 apartments for homeless and low-income residents, and helped 40 professionals become employed in permanent jobs with full benefits. View information about our housing in Las Vegas here.

Washington, D.C.

HELP USA will develop 75 permanent rental apartments for DC’s homeless veterans, reducing the city's homeless population by more than 10% in one fell swoop. Each apartment will be designed specifically to serve homeless veterans, with universal accessibility, and access to vital supportive services furnished by HELP USA and the VA. Learn more here.