To Our Residents
Hope Community Staff continues to work on behalf of the community during this ongoing health crisis. As we continue to monitor the global and local outbreak of COVID-19, we remain thankful that there are no suspected or confirmed cases among our community. In order to continue to keep our community and residents safe, our office is closed until further notice and we are working remotely.
With many indications that COVID-19 will remain a pressing health issue and financial source of concern for some time, we are taking the following steps to help you. As businesses and schools temporarily shut their doors and individuals are instructed to self-quarantine, there will be an impact on many families and individuals’ financial health and stability.
If you or any resident you know is elderly or needs linking to medical or social services in the neighborhood, please contact our office our review some helpful links below. Residents do not need to notify the City or others in a building if someone in the building is sick. With widespread community transmission, many people will get sick and recover at home. All New Yorkers should follow health guidance, take care of themselves and assist and support their neighbors to help limit the spread of the virus. If you become aware of an ill resident who needs emergency assistance, call 911. If you or someone else needs help finding a healthcare provider, call 311.
In order to safeguard your health, we strongly encourage you to use self-service tools and resources such as scheduling repairs through the 24/7 repair line 1-866-995-0462, in addition to paying/reviewing rent though ClickPay. We have Property Management staff standing by to take your questions and to help you plan during these uncertain times. Please call our office to speak with your property manager regarding change in income or employment. We have access to programs that may help. We are all in this together!
Special thanks to the office of New York State Senator Jose M. Serrano for providing our staff with PPE supplies.
Coronavirus Response & Resources
Please see below a list of resources provided by NYC & NYS government offices, Con Edison, NYC Department of Education, the Center for Disease Control and more.
You can also follow Hope Community on Social Media for Additional Community Resources
Find Free Food Distribution Sites
Governor Andrew Cuomo’s Update
Mayor Bill di Blasio’s Update
Con Edisons Community Commitment
Unemployment Benefits – New York is waiving the 7-day waiting period.
Free grab and go breakfast and lunch are available at the entrance of all DOE school buildings. Any student can pick up breakfast and lunch from any building.
NYC Dept of Education Remote Learning:
Census 2020 & Voter Registration
Hope Community would like to remind our resident and the East Harlem community of the 2020 US Census happening now, voter registration and upcoming elections.
Complete the 2020 Census today learn how
Voting & Elections
Learn how to register to vote and everything on the upcoming elections