HELP USA was founded in New York City in 1986. We have since grown into a large housing non-profit with a national footprint. HELP USA currently operates 43 residences and services in five states, and is expanding.

We believe that there isn’t one solution to housing instability that is right for everyone. That’s why our programs and residences differ from region to region. We pride ourselves on building the best housing, managing the best programs, and doing so in a way that is responsive to the needs of the community, the city, and the clients we serve.

  • New York

    HELP USA operates thirty residences and services across five cities in New York State. Since 1986, HELP has invested more than $175,000,000 in capital projects in the state, and built 2,500 units of housing for homeless and low-income New Yorkers. Click to learn more about HELP’s work in New York.

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  • New Jersey

    HELP USA has developed and operates three residences in New Jersey. Since 2009, HELP has invested more than $45,000,000 in capital projects in the state, and built 147 units of housing for homeless and low-income New Jerseyans. Click to learn more about HELP’s work in New Jersey.

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  • Pennsylvania

    HELP USA has developed and operates four residences in Pennsylvania. Since 1998, HELP has invested more than $41,500,000 in capital projects in the state, and built 214 units of housing for homeless and low-income Pennsylvanians. Click to learn more about HELP’s work in Pennsylvania.

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  • Nevada

    HELP USA has developed and operates four residences and services in Nevada. Since 1999, HELP has invested more than $32,000,000 in capital projects in the state, and built 320 units of housing for homeless and low-income Nevadans. Click to learn more about HELP’s work in Nevada.

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  • Washington D.C.

    In 2015, HELP USA will begin construction on its first residence in The District of Columbia. HELP will invest more than $12,000,000 in the site, and built 75 units of housing for homeless Washingtonians. Click to learn more about HELP’s work in D.C.

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