Affordable Housing

Our Work

CUFFH offers year-round affordable housing workshops where community members receive an introduction to our work and get training and assistance to navigate New York City's affordable housing lottery application process. Residents receive expert, step-by-step advice on what to expect through the application process, including a review of the application and other required documents; 

information on financial empowerment and managing credit and debt portfolios; and additional support through the selection and interview process. In addition to larger workshops, CUFFH also provides One-on-One Application Assistance including information and training on the necessary interview skills and financial literacy needed to obtain an affordable housing unit.* 

Access Services at Our Weekly Workshops

In addition to Affordable Housing assistance, CUFFH offers a wide range of referrals for additional services such as credit repair, tenants rights, legal support, immigrant rights, ELA, job training, domestic abuse assistance, and more. 


Access these weekly services by visiting a location below or viewing our calendar of events.


12:00pm - 4:00pm
Presentation Church
1677 St. Marks Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11233


5:00pm - 8:00pm

Sacred Heart Church

41 Adelphi Street, 

Brooklyn, NY 11205


10:00am - 3:00pm
Office of Council Member
Antonio Reynoso
244 Union Street
Brooklyn, NY 11211



10:00am - 3:00pm
Office of Council Member
Alicka Ampry-Samuel
400 Rockaway Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11212



10:00am - 5:00pm

St. Michael's Church

345 43rd Street

Brooklyn, NY 11232


11:00am - 5:00pm

St. Martin's Church

1288 Hancock Street

Brooklyn, NY 11221

12:30pm - 1:30pm

North Brooklyn Angels

Most Holy Trinity Church

138 Montrose Ave

Brooklyn, NY 11206




1:30pm - 5:30pm

Transfiguration Church

247 Hewes Street

Brooklyn, NY 11211



Cesar Rodriguez

(347) 583.0476

Anita Dos Santos

(347) 574.1922

Ana Nuñez

(347) 463.3244

*CUFFH does not rent apartments. CUFFH is an HPD Housing Ambassador and works with real estate professionals and community sponsors who market available apartments. The City requires that City-subsidized apartments be rented through an Open Lottery system to ensure fair and equitable distribution of housing to eligible applicants. There are no brokers’ fees and no application fees.

Churches United For Fair Housing, Inc.



Brooklyn, NY 11206

7 Marcus Garvey Boulevard

(718) 360-2906

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