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Rental Information Newsletter

Among the many challenges we continue to face from COVID-19, Sullivan County is aware of the difficulties facing landlords and tenants. We continue to work on solutions and want to keep landlords AND tenants updated on the latest news and ideas.

Please provide us with your name, mailing address and email so that we can keep you informed on possible assistance. The information you share will NOT be shared with anyone outside Sullivan County government and will be used solely to provide information useful to you.

Action Toward Independence 

Serving and Empowering People with Disabilities. Click HERE. 

Legal Services of the Hudson Valley

Protecting Rights, Promoting Justice

We are dedicated to providing free, high-quality counsel in civil matters where basic humanneeds are at stake for low-income individuals and families who cannot afford an attorney. Click HERE

Sullivan County Federation for the Homeless 

The Sullivan County Federation for the Homeless is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping those in need. To this end, we operate a soup kitchen serving breakfast and lunch 5 days a week. We also provide a food pantry 1-2 times a month and emergency food 24/7. In addition, we operate a housing and utility assistance program for individuals living with HIV/AIDS. Click HERESullivan County Land Bank

Woodridge Housing Authority

For more information, click HERE.

Monticello Housing Authority

For more information, click HERE.

Sullivan County Land Bank

The Sullivan County Land Bank’s mission is to strengthen neighborhoods by mitigating blight through strategic property acquisition that will create vibrant neighborhoods, increase homeownership, stimulate economic growth and support community development by returning properties to productive use and improve quality of life. Click HERE.


B.A.T.S for Veterans was established through the ministry of NBCWC INC. it’s the  first all-male veterans transitional home in Sullivan County NY.  This project provides transitional housing and supportive services for homeless veterans. A total of 8-10 male veterans can be served at one time.  The main goals are to help each veteran achieve greater self-determination, improved residential stability, and increased income and/or job skills. These goals are achieved through individual service plans that are developed by the Care Coordinator with the input of each individual client. Individuals who seeking housing must obtain or have a DD214 that states they have earned an honorable discharge. Click HERE

Community Action Committee, Inc., (UCCAC)

As the anti-poverty agency serving Ulster and Sullivan Counties, we provide a comprehensive approach to the needs of economically disadvantaged individuals and families through a variety of services. Our services are provided through a network of outreach centers located in Kingston, Highland, Ellenville and Monticello. These offices provide residents in the two counties with access to all of our programs and other community resources.  Contact Suzy Hinchey, Outreach Program Director at 845-338-8750, ext. 105 for additional assistance. Click HERE.

Continuum of Care 

A Continuum of Care (CoC) is a communitywide planning approach to promote the goal of ending homelessness. As designated by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), a CoC provides the basis for communities to plan for and provide housing resources to address the needs of homeless families and individuals in the community.

A Balance of State (BoS) CoC typically covers a large geographic area, sometimes rural and non-contiguous jurisdictions. The New York State Balance of State Continuum of Care (NYS BoS CoC) was established in October 2018 and currently covers eight counties: Cattaraugus, Clinton, Fulton, Herkimer, Montgomery, Putnam, Schoharie and Sullivan Counties. The Collaborative Applicant for the CoC is the New York State Office of Temporary and Disability Assistance (OTDA). Click HERE

NY State Benefits

For more information, click HERE.