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Queens Community House-Eviction Prevention Program - Jamaica Office


Quienes Somos

The Queens Community House is a settlement house founded in 1974 to assist, strengthen, and help improve the quality of life of individuals, families, and communities. Today, our 16 program areas reach over 20,000 people throughout Queens. Our 18 sites serve as centers for community gathering, organizing, and social service activity, while our programs work to promote inter-generational and cross-cultural cooperation and exchange. In addition, the Community House works with other organizations in networks and coalitions to advocate for and provide services borough wide.

A Quién Servimos

  • Queens Condado
Idioma(s) hablado
  • Haitian Creole / Kreyòl Ayisyen
  • Spanish / Español
Cirumstances e idiomas en los que se proporcionan intérpretes

We do not have access to interpreters, but we will try to access someone who speaks the language in the center or at our other sites.

Pautas de Ingresos

Income guidelines are the same as for familes with children on public assistance and SSI.

In order to obtain services you must be TANF eligible.

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¿Esta organización proporciona acceso para personas con discapacidad auditiva?

Tipo de ayuda

Este grupo proporciona los siguientes tipos de servicios basados en sus necesidades legales y sus recursos:
  • Asesoramiento breve
  • Materiales de ayuda propia
Descripción de los Servicios

Self-help housing court materials

Eviction Prevention, Housing Court Entitlements, counseling & advocacy Referral to Legal Aid and Legal Services organizations, assistance with FEPS/Jiggetts appplications

Instrucciones de Emergencia

What is an Emergency? When a tenant has been served with a Marshall's Notice.

Tenant must come to the office immediately with all court documents, current lease, and income information. They will be seen without an appointment.

Cómo obtener ayuda

Usted puede comunicarse con esta organización a través de:

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Please call to schedule an appointment. Central and South East Queens call (718) 883‐7705 (14); Forest Hills, Kew Gardens and Rego Park call (718) 592‐5757; Jackson Heights, Elmhurst, Woodside call (718) 898‐7461.

Información General Contacto

Queens Community House-Eviction Prevention Program - Jamaica Office
165-08 88th Ave (map)
Room 217
Jamaica, NY 11432
Sitio web
Última revisión y actualización: Jul 08, 2015

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