News & Events

Increasing Tenant Protections against Disability and Source of Income Discrimination at Bi-county Landlord

Long Island Housing Services, Inc. today announced a settlement agreement that requires a Long Island landlord to adopt a written policy of non-discrimination and policies for reasonable accommodations for persons with disability with service animals and emotional support animals, along with providing fair housing training to its staff. (more…)

“They did not give up.”

Meet Nicholas. When hard times hit his family, he called Long Island Housing Services.


“Is there anyone . . . advocating on your behalf…?”

“Long Island Housing Services. They’ve been advocating for me and they’ve been assisting me,
and right now I have a three bedroom voucher…. ” (more…)

North Hempstead Foreclosure Prevention Workshop for Realtors 12/8/17

Abandoned and vacant homes in a neighborhood affect the quality of life for everyone on the block. That is why the Town of North Hempstead, together with its Business, Tourism and Development Corporation held an informative Foreclosure Prevention Workshop for Real Estate Professionals at the “Yes We Can” Community Center in Westbury on Friday, December 8 at 8:30 a.m.

Staff Attorney – Foreclosure Prevention Program, Long Island Housing Services, Inc.

Long Island Housing Services, Inc. seeks to fill an immediate vacancy for a licensed New York State Attorney.  The Staff Attorney will advocate and provide legal services for Nassau and Suffolk homeowners who are in jeopardy of foreclosure on their primary residence.  (more…)

In a #MeToo World, Long Island Housing Services Is Your Ally

This #GivingTuesday, commemorate a victory

against sexual harassment.



Join the fight for Civil Rights on LI for #Giving Tuesday

Long Islanders’ Civil Rights are under attack.
Unfortunately, so is our funding to protect them.


Babylon CDBG HOME Hearing 10/19/17 @ 10am


Foreclosure Rescue Scam: What You Need to Know

A mortgage rescue scam offers false hope to homeowners across Long Island, but victims can take action by contacting Long Island Housing Services, Inc. (LIHS) (more…)

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