News & Events

Gala honoring Michelle Santantonio 10/3/18

Long Island Housing Services (LIHS) invites you to join us on October 3, 2018 in celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the Fair Housing Act and honoring Michelle Santantonio. learn more  (more)

Landlord/Tenant Workshop Taller para Inquilinos y Dueños de Casa 5/24/2018

The event is free to NASSAU and SUFFOLK County residents, tenants and landlords. Este evento está abierto a los residentes de los condados de NASSAU y SUFFOLK y está dirigido tanto a inquilinos como a dueños de casa. (more…)

LIHS ED Wilder on WCNY

Long Island Housing Services Executive Director Ian Wilder was interviewed by WCNY Syracuse (more…)

#BanIncomeBiasNY to end NYS Source of Income Discrimination

Long Island Housing Services, which worked with local coalitions to pass laws in Nassau and Suffolk counties to outlaw Source of Income Discrimination, has joined a statewide coalition to ban it throughout New York State. (more…)

April 2018 Fair Housing events

To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Fair Housing Act, Long Island Housing Services has a month of Fair Housing activities planned: (more…)

Fair Housing Accessibility Design & Construction Training 4/24/18

…as part of a month of events celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the Fair Housing Act. Sign up here.   learn more (more…)

Wilder and Reid named as LIHS Directors

The Board of Directors of Long Island Housing Services, Inc. is pleased to announce the selection of Ian Wilder, Esq. as its new Executive Director and Marian D. Reid as the Deputy Director.  (more…)

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…)

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