The Back to Work program is providing free, in-demand job training in Southwest Yonkers. Read more about how the program changes lives for Nodine Hill residents like Maria, pictured above.
Tremont Residence held its official ribbon-cutting ceremony this fall. The Westhab-run affordable and mixed-income building is located in the West Farm area of the Bronx and provides 119 units of brand-new affordable and supportive housing.
Governor Kathy Hochul was at the Dayspring Community Center to sign important legislation making homeownership more attainable for tens of thousands of New Yorkers. Read on for more pictures and to learn how Dayspring is quickly becoming a hub of community life for Yonkers and the broader community.
Westhab President and CEO Rich Nightingale reflects on two years of social distancing and encourages everyone to find their own “poker zoom.” Click the image above to check out this special blog straight from Rich’s desk.
As an organization that directly serves the most vulnerable, our operations did not just continue during the pandemic—they grew. Click the image above to learn about how our Vice President of HR has navigated this difficult yet expansive time for our organization.
Westhab wrapped up 2021 by closing on construction financing for two very different developments that move its mission forward. Click the image above to learn more.
The Municipal Housing Authority for the City of Yonkers (MHACY) is teaming up with Westhab to subsidize rents at several of its multifamily residential buildings in Yonkers. Click the image above to learn more.
When Kevin ended up at a Westhab shelter in Queens, he used his time wisely, utilizing all of the resources Westhab had to offer to create a new life for himself. Click the image above to read Kevin’s full story.
This is the sixth installment in our celebratory series: Leading through Change—40 years of Westhab. Click the image above to read the blog by Congressman Jamaal Bowman, Ed.D.
This is the fifth installment in our celebratory series: Leading through Change—40 years of Westhab. Click the image above to read the blog by Katie Green, Assessment Coordinator at Westhab’s Coachman Family Center.