About Us

New Destiny is a New York City nonprofit founded in 1994 to provide housing and services to one of the City’s most vulnerable homeless populations – survivors of domestic violence and their children. We are committed to increasing permanent housing options for domestic violence survivors by building affordable housing and improving their access to existing housing resources.

New Destiny’s mission is to end the cycle of domestic violence and homelessness for low-income families and individuals by developing and connecting them to safe, permanent, affordable housing and services.

Domestic violence has been the number one driver of family homelessness in New York City for far too long, followed by evictions. Once in domestic violence shelter, survivors are more likely to move to another shelter than to permanent housing. Without access to affordable, permanent housing, survivors remain homeless, risking their safety by doubling up with friends or family or worse still, returning to their abusers.

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Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion Statement:

New Destiny Housing Corporation is committed to ensuring a diverse, equitable, and inclusionary environment for our staff and the community we serve.

We understand that combatting systemic racism is a perpetual challenge and requires continuous and intentional growth and development. To demonstrate our organizational commitment to fighting all forms of bias and discrimination, including discrimination based on age, race, creed, color, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, military status, sex, marital status, or disability, we are dedicated to examining and improving our systems, policies, procedures, and practices to ensure that they are equitable and inclusive. We seek to promote deeper understanding within our organization by tapping into diverse viewpoints, cultivating open dialogue, actively navigating challenges, and supporting ongoing transparency.

New Destiny encourages growth by providing staff members with training, skills, and resources needed to uphold our DEI commitment. We continue to challenge ourselves and each other to wrestle with the complexity of this work, to embrace the discomfort, and provide one another with patience and grace.