Other Partnerships

We partner with other organizations to provide our residents with access to programs and services including employment and education support, social services, and neighborhood amenities.


At Harlem River Houses, we are working with PSS, whose mission is to strengthen the capacity of older adults, their families and communities to thrive, is providing onsite services for residents and their families.

West Harlem Group Assistance

West Harlem Group Assistance, a community-based community development organization, is our co-developer for Harlem River Houses.

Urban Resource Institute

The Urban Resource Institute, the largest provider of domestic violence shelter services in the country, manages our St. John’s Place Family Center, to provide transitional housing and services to 97 families experiencing homelessness.


The Jewish Board

At out Tanya Towers development in lower Manhattan, The Jewish Board provides on-site services for our residents living with disabilities.


SUNY Attain

The SUNY Advanced Technology Training and Information Networking (ATTAIN) Lab at St. John’s Place provides the tools and support to gain basic skills for seeking employment or advancing education.

Enterprise Community Partners

A national community development advocate and supporter, Enterprise Community Partners has partnered with us on capacity building and advocacy initiatives, including the Family Homelessness Coalition.

United for Housing

A coalition of more than 80 organizations, including experts in affordable housing, public housing, homelessness, health, the environment, and more, United for Housing provides affordable housing recommendations for New York City’s administration.


A national community development advocate and supporter, LISC NYC has partnered with us on capacity building initiatives as well as on financing for the New Settlement Community Campus.

Family Homelessness Coalition

As part of the Family Homelessness Coalition, we work with 15 other organizations representing affordable housing, service providers and children’s advocacy organizations to launch efforts focused on preventing and decreasing family homelessness, as well as the well-being of children and families in shelters. Settlement Housing Fund leads the Coalition’s Fellows program, which engages women with lived experience of homelessness to work as advocates for other families and address policies that can continue to reduce shelter stays and improve housing stability outcomes.