New York Post: Funding for statewide nonprofit housing network may dry up

A statewide network of roughly 90 nonprofits aiding homeowners will run out of money on March 31, turning away the needy.

Advocacy groups have been sounding the alarm for months, but Gov. Cuomo’s $176 billion executive budget doesn’t replace a funding stream that had come from the 2012 National Mortgage Settlement and other settlements, but ends next month..

Those nonprofits are now calling on the governor to include $20 million for housing counseling and legal services in the final 2019-20 budget.