We welcome the NYC Human Resources Administration (HRA) Dept of Social services to the Go Africa Harlem 2017 street festival on 7/15/2017

CONTACT: The Go Africa Harlem Street Festival will take place on 7/15/2017 from 10am – 7pm on 116th Street btw. 7th & 8th Aves.  please register at  http://goafricaharlem.org/events/general-attendee-sign-up-for-go-africa-harlem-2017-street-festival-on-july-15th-2017/

Click here to sign-up  or email Info@GoAfricaHarlem.org or phone 646-502-9778 Ext. 8001

 

Or register via Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/go-africa-harlem-street-festival-2017-tickets-32033139984

NYC HRA and dept of social services will be on-site to offer information and their suite of services and programs for the community. More details are below

 

 

About the Human Resources Administration

The New York City Human Resources Administration/Department of Social Services (HRA/DSS) is dedicated to fighting poverty and income inequality by providing New Yorkers in need with essential benefits such as Food Assistance and Emergency Rental Assistance.

As the largest local social services agency in the country, HRA helps over 3 million New Yorkers through the administration of more than 12 major public assistance programs, with more than 14,000 employees and an operating budget of $9.7 billion.

Download HRA’s Organization Chart

About the Department of Social Services

The Department of Social Services (DSS) is comprised of the administrative units of the NYC Human Resources Administration (HRA) and the Department of Homeless Services (DHS). Through integrated management for HRA and DHS, client services can be provided more seamlessly and effectively. The City leverages shared services functions across agencies, which results in better day‐to‐day management and building an integrated mission across agencies.

 

Phone Numbers

  • General: Infoline 718-557-1399
  • Adult Protective Services: 212-630-1853
  • Child Support Helpline: 888-208-4485
  • Domestic Violence & Emergency Intervention: 800-621-4673
  • Emergency Food Assistance: 866-888-8777
  • HIV/AIDS Services Administration: 212-971-0626
  • Report Welfare Fraud: 718-722-8001 or fill out a form online

In-person

Please visit one of our locations.

Email

Send an email to the Commissioner.

The Freedom of Information Law (FOIL)

The Freedom of Information Law is New York State’s principal statute on providing for public access to the records of government.

Records Access Officer
Office of Legal Affairs
Human Resources Administration
4 World Trade Center
150 Greenwich Street, 38th floor
New York, New York 10007

Send an email to the FOIL office

FOIL records are available for inspection and copying Monday through Friday, from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., by appointment only. Questions regarding the Freedom of Information Law itself may be directed to the Committee on Open Government.

Subpoenas and Legal Papers

Subpoenas and Legal Papers can be served on the Human Resources Administration at:Human Resources Administration
Office of Legal Affairs/Subpoena Unit
4 World Trade Center
150 Greenwich Street, 38th floor
New York, New York 10007

Public Solicitation Licenses

HRA permits nonprofit organizations, associations and corporations to solicit donations for charitable purposes in New York City.

HRA administers Public Solicitation Licenses for event producers interested in soliciting for services, products, or charities at their event. These solicitations can take place indoors or outdoors. Outdoor solicitations include pledges to a walk-a-thon/bike-a-thon, or door-to-door canvassing with a kit. Indoor solicitations include contributions taken in a public space, or the operation of a thrift shop, rummage sale, book sale, bazaar and sale of tickets for fundraising purposes.

 For More Information, Contact
Jermaine Williams | Borough Coordinator Manhattan/Staten Island
Office of Community Affairs150 Greenwich Street – 35 Floor – New York, NY 10009
T: 929-221-7185  F: 917-639-0272
williamsje@hra.nyc.gov| NYC.gov/hra
 
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https://www1.nyc.gov/site/hra/about/facts.page

HRA Program Facts and Reports

Here are the most recent reports on our programs

Adult Protective Services
Cash Assistance
Cash Assistance Program Charts
Child Support Statistics
District Resource Statement Reports
Emergency Food Assistance Program
Family Independence Administration
HIV/AIDS Services Administration Facts
HRA Monthly Fact Sheets
Investigation, Revenue and Enforcement Administration (IREA)
Job Center Monthly Statistics
Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) Participation Rates

 

Adult Protective Services

 

Cash Assistance

 

Cash Assistance Program Charts

 

Child Support

2016: Jan | Feb | Mar | Apr | May | Jun | Jul | Aug | Sept
2015: Jan | Feb | Mar | Apr | May | Jun | Jul | Aug | Sept | Oct | Nov | Dec
2014: Jan | Feb | Mar | Apr | May | Jun | Jul | Aug | Sept | Oct | Nov | Dec

 

District Resource Statement Reports

 

Emergency Food Program Reports

 

Family Independence Administration

 

HIV/AIDS Services Administration Facts

 

HRA Monthly Fact Sheets2017: Jan* | Feb
2016: Jan* | Feb | Mar | Apr* | May | Jun | Jul* | Aug | Sept | Oct* | Nov | Dec
2015: Jan* | Feb | Mar | Apr* | May | Jun | Jul* | Aug | Sept | Oct* | Nov | Dec
2014: Jan* | Feb | Mar | Apr* | May | Jun | Jul* | Aug | Sept | Oct* | Nov | Dec
2013: Jan* | Feb | Mar | Apr* | May | Jun | Jul* | Aug | Sept | Oct* | Nov | Dec

* Includes Quarterly Supplement (Formerly PA Fact Sheet)

 

Investigation, Revenue and Enforcement Administration (IREA)

 

Job Center Monthly Statistics

Bushwick Center | Clinton Hill Center | Coney Island Center | Crotona Center | Dekalb Center | Dyckman Center | East End Center | East River Center | Fordham Center | Jamaica Center | Queens Center | Refugee Center | Richmond Center | Rider Center | Rockaway Center | Southern Brooklyn Center | Waverly Center

 

Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) Participation RatesParticipation Rates:
2002-2013 NYC SNAP Participation Rates

Methodology:
2013 Methodology for Determining NYC SNAP Participation Rates
2013 Explanation of Methodology for Determining NYC SNAP Participation Rates

Other Resources:
USDA 2010-2011 National Participation Rates