New York City’s notorious shortage of affordable housing is one of the largest barriers to economic independence. Without access to safe, stable housing, New York’s most vulnerable populations are at even greater risk of becoming homeless.
That’s why The Doe Fund has been developing high-quality, affordable homes since 1996 to support individuals with long histories of poverty, homelessness, substance abuse, physical disabilities, mental illness, and HIV/AIDS.
See where we operate and find additional information on each of our housing facilities below.
Square feet of transitional housing.
Square feet of permanent affordable and supportive housing.
520 Gates Avenue, Brooklyn, NY
2960 Frederick Douglass Boulevard, New York, NY
89 Porter Avenue, Brooklyn, NY
4519 White Plains Road, Bronx, NY
1345-57 Rogers Avenue, Brooklyn, NY
980 Westchester Avenue, Bronx, NY
1331 Jerome Avenue, Bronx, NY
3188 Villa Avenue, Bronx, NY