REES helps NYCHA residents improve their financial futures. It connects residents to programs that can help with education, job training, financial literacy, and starting a business.
- REES can help qualified residents access Earned Income Disallowance (EID), which can delay rent increases if your income goes up
- Program areas include Adult Education & Training, Financial Literacy and Asset Building, Employment & Advancement and Resident Business Development
- The Brooklyn office has information sessions every Tuesday and Thursday at 8:30 a.m
Anyone who lives in NYCHA housing is eligible for REES. But, the services that REES connects you to have different eligibility rules. The eligibility for each program is on the Opportunity NYCHA site.
Take a short survey to see if you might be eligible for this or 30 other programs.Am I Eligible?
It’s important to include the right documents when you apply. Your documents show whether the program is right for you.
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