N.Y. plans subsidized housing for high-need Medicaid beneficiaries

09/16/2013 | WNBC-TV (New York)

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo has announced plans to build supportive housing in Manhattan and the Bronx, as well as on Long Island and in other parts of the state, for Medicaid recipients with significant health care needs. The state will spend nearly $47 million in the first phase of the project, creating 483 units in 12 buildings and offering nearly $30 million in rent subsidies. The program is expected to help more than 4,300 people.

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