Home Repair

Targeted Home Improvement Program

Targeted Home Improvement Program

Overview

The NYS Targeted Home Improvement Program (T-HIP) is a pilot grant program to support critical repairs for low- and moderate-income homeowners. The program aims to help homeowners build and retain equity and support community stabilization and renewal efforts in low-income areas throughout NYS.

The funding for this pilot program will be focused in areas of persistent and structural discrimination in housing which has resulted in wide racial wealth gaps, unequal access to homeownership, concentrated poverty for individuals of color and otherwise segregated living patterns in disinvested communities.

Local Program Administrators

Area ServedRegionLocal AdministratorFunding AwardedEstimated Homeowners to be Assisted
City of AlbanyCapital RegionAffordable Housing Partnership of the Capital Region

$5,000,000

175

City of BinghamtonSouthern TierFirst Ward Action Council

$500,000

14

City of BinghamtonSouthern TierHome HeadQuarters

$3,300,000

90

City BinghamtonSouthern TierTioga Opportunities

$1,200,000

30

BronxNYCRebuilding Together NYC

$5,000,000

110

Village of HempsteadLong IslandCommunity Development Corp. of Long Island

$5,000,000

110

City of NewburghMid-HudsonRUPCO

$5,000,000

200

City of RochesterFinger LakesCity of Rochester

$4,000,000

100

City of RochesterFinger LakesRural Housing Opportunities Corporation

$1,000,000

25

City of SyracuseCentral NYHome HeadQuarters

$5,000,000

165

City of UticaMohawk ValleyMohawk Valley Community Action

$1,350,000

27

City of UticaMohawk ValleyUtica NHS

$3,650,000

88

City of WatertownNorth CountryNeighbors of Watertown

$5,000,000

110

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