NHS of Staten Island

Phone: (718) 313-4890

Fax: (718) 313-4889

Mold Out: (718) 313-4891

Address: 192 Corson Ave Staten Island, NY 10301

Office opens Mondays thru Fridays 9am-5pm except holidays.

Client Accessibility:

NHS has a parking lot located on the side of the building with two reserved spaces for clients with handicap. NHS office is wheel chair accessible. Clients with hearing impairment may call the New York City’s citizen 311 service. 311 is open 24 hours per day, seven days per week (for hearing-impaired clients, call 212-504-4115 via a touchtone device for the deaf TDD). NHS has bilingual and multilingual counselors to assist clients with language barriers. NHS also has a contract with a translation agency to provide translation services to clients speaking languages we do not have on staff.

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More funding opportunities for Sandy Victims

STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. — Of the $7.3 million in state funds that Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced on Tuesday for affordable housing throughout the state, $600,000 will be coming to Staten Island to rehabilitate houses, giving priority to those damaged by Hurricane Sandy. See the link below for more…

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                     A Message from Attorney General Schneiderman

"When I took office as Attorney General, New Yorkers were facing a situation unlike anything we have seen before. In 2011, a staggering 345,000 mortgages were either in default or delinquent in the State of New York. The number of people whose homes were underwater

was unprecedented. I also quickly discovered that a substantial portion of  the homeowners who were delinquent or facing foreclosure were forced to do so without speaking to a lawyer or housing counselor at any stage of the process."

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NeighborWorks America will conduct a complimentary workshop sponsored by the National Center for Healthy Housing…

Free Training For Sandy Responders

NeighborWorks America will conduct a complimentary workshop sponsored by the National Center for Healthy Housing and hosted by NHS of Staten Island. 

This training is for persons, organizations and companies interested in learning about disaster response and proper storm clean-up.

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Several organizations are getting together to offer one-on-one help for storm victims. NY1's Natasha Ghoneim filed the following report.

Staten Island resident Denise Squeri says she's feeling beaten down by the paperwork, the red tape and the bureaucracy after Hurricane Sandy dumped seven feet

of water into her Oakwood Beach home and wiped out $80,000 of repairs she made last year following Hurricane Irene.

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Consolidated Edison gave out $97,000 in grants Tuesday morning to 17 nonprofits on Staten Island.

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Neighborhood Housing Services of Staten Island is helping to make buying your first home easier by giving free advice to home buyers who need it.

NY1 Staten Islander of the Week Video Link!

On Thursday, October 4th, Neighborhood Housing Services of Staten Island (NHS SI) will celebrate 30 years of service to Staten Island with a Dinner Dance & Awards Ceremony at Li Greci’s Staaten.

For the past 30 years NHS SI has been committed to improving neighborhoods through education, counseling and financial services to enhance people’s ability to access affordable housing in Staten Island. NHS of Staten Island’s Vision is to lead Staten Island to the place where families are in homes that are affordable, well-designed, rehabilitated and maintained in a manner that supports their Health & Safety; where housing is not a financial burden and families are financially secure.


NHS SI is proud to be honoring several esteemed individuals who have been long-time supporters of the agency. Please join US in honoring our long-time advocates as well as supporting NHS of Staten Island.  If you cannot attend, a contribution would be greatly appreciated. 

Thank you in advance for your support.  Should you have any questions, please contact Mark Hogan, Director of Development at

718-442-8080 Ext: 305 or via email at mhogan@nhsofsi.org.