NEW YORK — Evictions in New York City fell about 18% in the last six months. This comes after sweeping changes to rent law was passed in June 2019.
Cea Weaver, Director of organizing and campaign manager at Upstate/Downstate Housing Alliance, discusses how the law is helping, what still needs to be done, tenants rights and where to get help if you’re being evicted.
Where to go for help:
Housing Justice For All: Click here for the website, HousingJusticeForAll.org
Right to Counsel Hotline: (718) 557-1379
Woodside on the Move: (718) 476-8449
Northwest Bronx (718) 584-0515
Met Council on Housing (212) 979-0611