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Medicaid Redesign Team: Affordable Housing Work Group

Contact the MRT Affordable Housing Work Group

Share your thoughts with the MRT Affordable Housing Work Group by emailing affordable@health.state.ny.us.

2014-15 Work Group Meetings

Friday, February 21st, 2014, 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM

  • NYC - NYS Department of Health Metropolitan Area Regional Office
  • 90 Church Street, 4th Floor, Conference Room A/B, Manhattan

Meeting Materials

2012-13 Meetings & Initiatives - MRT Affordable Housing Work Group

The MRT Affordable Housing Workgroup was reconvened in 2013 to continue its ongoing work of supportive housing initiatives. The Workgroup is co-chaired by Jason Helgerson, Medicaid Director, Office of Health Insurance Programs, Department of Health, and Michael Skrebutenas, Chief Operating Officer (Interim), Homes & Community Renewal (HCR).

2012-13 Work Group Members

2012-13 Work Group Meetings

Tuesday, December 17th, 2013, 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM

  • NYC - NYS Department of Health Metropolitan Area Regional Office
  • 90 Church Street, 4th Floor, Conference Room A/B, Manhattan
  • This meeting will be a work session, and there will be no public comment period.

Meeting Materials

PLEASE NOTE: Space for meeting observers is limited. Pre-registration is required. If you plan to attend, please email Michele Madden at mrm12@health.state.ny.us by 5 PM on Friday, December 13. Bring picture ID for access to the building.

Tuesday, October 15, 2013, 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM

  • NYC - NYS Department of Health Metropolitan Area Regional Office
  • 90 Church Street, 4th Floor, Conference Room A/B, Manhattan

Meeting Materials

MRT Scattered Site Brochure

Past Work Group Meetings

Supportive Housing Comparison

Supportive Housing Videos and Brief

Medicaid Redesign Supportive Housing Final Allocation Plan

  • Medicaid Redesign Team (MRT) Supportive Housing Allocation Plan: 2014-15 & 2015-16 (PDF)
    • The Governor's proposed budget includes $260 million over two years to fund MRT Supportive Housing initiatives. The plan expands capital statewide to all high-cost populations; includes service and operating funds for MRT units; continues all rental and service subsidy programs and pilots; expands the OTDA homeless pilot to additional populations; invests in the development of tracking and evaluation for MRT funded projects; invests in several new initiatives including the access to home program, and the implementation of original work group recommendations (i.e. social impact bonds, respite, "moving on"). 2015-16 allocations are estimates and could be subject to change based upon the collection of measures, outcomes and/or new recommendations.

2011 Meetings, Materials and MRT Affordable Housing Work Group Members