Institute for Attainable Homes
The Institute for Attainable Homes is a project of the Center for Community Solutions at St. Joseph’s College.
There are many individuals and families on Long Island who struggle to afford housing. America’s first suburb has gone from being one of the most affordable places to settle and raise a family to one of the least.
We see the housing need as one that cuts across other social and economic issues, including transportation, economic development, health care and education, and so a distinctive feature of this Institute is that it is situated within a larger center — the Center for Community Solutions — that addresses multiple social needs and supports overall quality of life.
Individual Housing Profiles
Addressing the housing landscape on Long Island
Tools and Resources
The following resources contain information regarding fair and affordable housing initiatives in NYS and nationwide. Click here to learn more.
Data and Research
The following reports provide information about Long Island’s housing needs, as well as national affordable housing trends. Click here to learn more.
Given this comprehensive approach to solving community problems, we understand that solutions require careful and consistent collaboration with community leaders, business leaders, government officials, educational leaders and community members. Collaboration and a commitment to social justice are in the DNA of St. Joseph’s College, so we are eminently qualified to serve as a catalyst to community solutions. For additional information, contact Jo Anne Durovich ([email protected]) at 631.687.5193.