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The ABCs of Housing

Provided by:
Department of Housing Preservation & Development (HPD)
Type:
Housing
Resource for:
Homeowners,  Landlords,  Tenants
Keywords:
Housing
The ABCs of Housing is HPD's guide to housing rules and regulations for owners and tenants. Owners and tenants have legal responsibilities to each other. This booklet is designed to help owners and tenants gain an understanding of the rules and regulations affecting housing, and to provide information about how to receive assistance. Inside the guide you will find information about owners' and tenants' rights and responsibilities, staying in your apartment safely, resources for new affordable housing or rental assistance, and useful contact information for other housing related issues. Owner's and tenant's versions are available in English, Arabic / العربية, Bengali / বাংলা, Chinese (Simplified) / 简化字, French / français, Haitian-Creole / Kreyòl ayisyen, Korean / 한국어, Polish / polski, Russian / Русский язык, Spanish / Español, Urdu / اردو

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East Flatbush Community Aid Initiative. In response to the ongoing financial challenges in our community. Supporting families in need during challenging times. Together we can make a difference inour community. Special thanks! NYC Council Member Rita Joseph District 40. Who can apply? Residents in zip codes: 11203, 11210, 11212, 11226. What we offer: Financial assistance specifically for utility bills, referral services for additional assistance. How to apply: complete the request aid form, email past due utility bill(s) to efcsupport@jccany.org. For questions contact: email efcsupport@jccany.org Call 718-758-7802

East Flatbush Community Aid Initiative

Provided by:
East Flatbush Community Partnership
Type:
Financial Assistance
Resource for:
Everyone / Anyone in Need
Keywords:
Utilities
In response to the ongoing financial challenges in the community, this program aims to assist families who have fallen behind on their utility bills. Open to residents of zip codes: 11203, 11210, 11212, 11226 can be found in the flyer attached. To apply, fill out and follow the instructions on the linked form .

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Phone: 718-758-7802
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Summer Streets Art Interventions: Request for Proposals

Provided by:
Department of Transportation (DOT)
Type:
Request for Proposals
Resource for:
Artists
Keywords:
Arts and Culture
NYC DOT Art is seeking proposals for artwork to activate the Summer Street routes as a one-day installation throughout all five Summer Street dates. Selected artists may receive up to $20,000 to cover all expenses to design, fabricate, present the artwork including, but not limited to, costs associated with the following: labor, materials, fabrication, engineering, installation, equipment rental, storage, and transportation. Artists may consider an additive format with components created through public participation, allowing the artwork to shift, grow, and evolve throughout each event date and the event series. More information at www.nyc.gov/dotart
Deadline: June 16, 2024

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Call for Artists: She Built NYC Program

Provided by:
Department of Cultural Affairs (DCLA)
Resource for:
Artists
Keywords:
Arts and Culture
The She Built NYC program seeks artists to create public monuments honoring remarkable women in all five boroughs. Honorees include civil rights pioneer Elizabeth Jennings Graham in Manhattan, legendary Billie Holiday in Queens, Dr. Helen Rodríguez Trías in the Bronx, and Katherine Walker on Staten Island. A monument for Shirley Chisholm is already underway in Brooklyn. Artists interested in this opportunity can submit samples of past work and supplementary materials to be considered through the City’s Percent for Art commissioning process.
Deadline: December 31, 2024

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Call for Artists: NYC DOT Art Community Commissions RFP

Provided by:
Department of Transportation (DOT)
Resource for:
Artists
Keywords:
Arts and Culture
NYC DOT Art has launched the Community Commissions: Artists Request for Proposals (RFP). This initiative invites artists to collaborate with community-based organizations to create temporary public art on NYC DOT infrastructure citywide. Artists can submit proposals by June 30, 2024. Selected artworks may be displayed for up to 11 months, with funding up to $20,000 available for project costs.
Deadline: June 30, 2024

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Assistance for Students with IEPs

Type:
Training and Education
Resource for:
Individuals with disabilities,  Youth
Keywords:
Education, Schools
Motivated Care works to ensure that any NYC child with an IEP receives the services called for on their IEP. Motivated care provides ABA, SETTS, SEIT, para-professional and other services as well as legal counsel to families facing challenges securing necessary educational services.

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Phone: 646-592-3575
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The Supported Summer Experimental Filmmaking Lab Paid Summer Program

Provided by:
Reel Works
Resource for:
Neurodivergent Individuals,  Youth
Keywords:
Arts and Culture, Job Readiness, Summer Programs
Four-week workshop that teaches filmmaking to students who learn differently. It provides community, support, and resources for neurodivergent NYC students ages 15-21 as they explore storytelling through experimental filmmaking. Participants receive a $500 stipend in the lab.  Apply by June 4, 2024.
Deadline: June 4, 2024

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2024-Dual Language Doc Lab

Dual Language Documentary Lab Paid Summer Program

Provided by:
Reel Works
Type:
Jobs and Internships, Training and Education
Keywords:
Arts and Culture, Job Readiness, Summer Programs
Over 5 weeks, learn to use cameras, lighting, and sound to tell a story of family heritage, women’s empowerment, or the importance of mental health as teenagers. All workshops will be in Spanish and English. A stipend of $1100 is provided to participants in the Lab. Applicants must be 15-20 years old. Application closes on June 4th 2024.
Deadline: June 4, 2024

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Parks Department Volunteer Opportunity Directory

Provided by:
Department of Parks & Recreation (DPR)
Type:
Volunteer and Community Service
Resource for:
Everyone / Anyone in Need
Keywords:
Environment, Outdoors, Parks
Find a group to volunteer in our city's parks and public spaces to make our city a better place.

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Congresswoman Clarke's New Satellite Office in Midwood

Provided by:
9th Congressional District
Resource for:
Everyone / Anyone in Need
Keywords:
Federal Government, Housing, Immigration, Public Assistance, Taxes
Every 1st and 3rd Wednesday of the month. Make an appointment for assistance with issues like: Housing (Section 8) - Immigration -IRS - Passports - Post Office - Veterans - Visas

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Phone: 718-377-2900 for info and appointments
Address: COJO Flatbush - 1523 Avenue M, 3rd Floor, Brooklyn 11230
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