City Limits – Jan. 13, 2020 In this opinion piece, Carol Corden points out that while domestic violence is “often the root cause of homelessness for families,” funding and attention around family homelessness is all too often “dedicated to short-term fixes like shelter.”
WTXL Tallahassee – Jan. 10, 2020 The Family Homelessness Coalition, which New Destiny helps to lead, was featured in a video on homelessness that ran on dozens of television stations nationwide.
New York Daily News – Dec. 26, 2019 In this opinion article, Errol Louis recommends supporting the Family Homelessness Coalition’s solutions to addressing the needs of homeless families and children.
RealEstateRama – Nov. 7, 2019 Ribbon Cutting Celebrating New Affordable Apartments in the Bronx for Low-Income Families and Domestic Violence Survivors.
Brooklyn Daily Eagle – Oct. 28, 2019 Domestic violence still leading driver of city’s shelter population: report, with quotes from Carol Corden, Executive Director.
Architecture Magazine – Sept. 2019 Affordable housing in The Bronx, featuring The Bryant, our 62-unit building in development.
Caribbean Life – April 4, 2019 Fight against family homelessness continues
Crain’s New York – January 3, 2019 Jamaica tower project lands $67M in loans
The Bed Stuy Blog – June 13, 2018 Renovated Affordable Housing Opens on Bainbridge Street
amnewyork – June 7, 2018 Affordable housing NYC: Bed-Stuy apartments get ‘long overdue’ $9.4M renovation [ print‑friendly]
Philanthropy New York – Jan. 31, 2018 Is the Help Helpful? Alternatives to Shelter for Families Headed by Domestic Violence Survivors
Pew Charitable Trusts – Jan. 19, 2018 Homeless Will Now Be Asked: Are You Fleeing Domestic Violence?
New Destiny Housing – Nov. 16, 2017 New Destiny awarded $125,000 through the TD Charitable Foundation’s Housing for Everyone grant competition
New Destiny Housing – Oct. 30, 2017 Carol Corden’s testimony to New York City Council’s Joint Hearing by Committee on General Welfare and the Committee on Women’s Issues
m/Oppenheim – Oct. 12, 2017 Nonprofit Spotlight: New Destiny Housing Helping Families Rebuild From Times of Domestic Trauma
Multi-Housing News – Sep. 4, 2017 New Destiny Breaks Ground on Affordable Bronx Community [ print‑friendly]
QNS.com – Aug. 24, 2017 Family homelessness Task Force report offers solutions to the city’s homelessness problem [ print‑friendly]
El Diario – July 20, 2017 New Destiny’s Director of HousingLink is featured in this article: Una psicóloga al servicio de las víctimas de violencia intrafamiliar. Click here for English translation
Shelterforce – July 12, 2017 7 Policies to End Family Homelessness, authored by Carol Corden; Judi Kende, Vice President, Enterprise Community Partners, Inc.; and Jennifer March, Executive Director, Citizens’ Committee for Children of New York
Observer – June 21, 2017 One Homelessness Plan for One New York, authored by Carol Corden; Judi Kende, Vice President, Enterprise Community Partners, Inc.; and and Jennifer March, Executive Director, Citizens’ Committee for Children of New York
DNAinfo – June 20, 2017 Strengthen Rent Regulation Rules Amid Homeless Crisis, Task Force Urges (Article on report and recommendations by the Family Homelessness Task Force)
New York YIMBY – Jan. 10, 2017 Permits Filed: Eight stories of supportive housing for the homeless at 902 Jennings Street, Crotona Park East
Brooklyn Daily Eagle – Jan. 9, 2017 Gillibrand: Homeless domestic violence survivors shouldn’t be invisible, deserve more federal resources
Newsday – Jan. 8, 2017 U.S. needs to assist ‘invisible’ homeless, Sen. Gillibrand says
WNYC News – Jan. 8, 2016 Gillibrand Wants Trump Admin. to Count Homeless Domestic Violence Survivors
New York Times – May 10, 2016 Homeless Families in New York City, Letter to the Editor by Carol Corden
Huffington Post – March 2016 Survivors, advocates and experts, including Carol Corden, on how to reduce fatal domestic violence
NYN Media – January 2016 Advocates comment on New York City’s policy changes regarding homeless victims of domestic violence
Huffington Post – January 2016 One New York City nonprofit is trying to make it easier for domestic violence survivors to leave their partners
NYN Media – December 2015 Explains the impact of not including domestic violence survivors in the HUD homeless count
City & State – May 2015 The True Cost of Domestic Violence. Article includes quotes from Catherine Trapani
NYNP – April 2015 Carol Corden selected as a leader in the non-profit sector
New York Times – November 2014 report on domestic violence includes a quote from Carol Corden
DNAinfo – June 2014 New Destiny mentioned in article on supportive housing in the Bronx