SoBro has transitioned our team to a remote work environment and will continue to evolve and adapt to ensure that our programs and initiatives will be there for our community when we get through this crisis. As a not-for-profit developer of affordable and special needs housing, SoBro will honor its commitment to develop and operate safe, quality, affordable housing.
In partnership with the Consortium for Worker Education, SoBro has been selected as one of 15 nonprofit organizations in the city to support local residents as they return to daily activities while under the public health restrictions.
SoBro will serve as a Resource Navigator, leading South Bronx efforts in the following areas:
NYC Health + Hospitals’ Test & Trace Corps is initiating a citywide contact tracing program to ensure that people who test positive for COVID-19 and those who might have been in close contact with them are identified and isolated appropriately while at risk of spreading the disease.
To support New Yorkers who are isolating at home, the New York City Mayor’s Office of Housing Recovery Operations is contracting with community-based organizations to connect New York City residents to the critical resources they need to safely isolate and avoid spreading the disease. SoBro will conduct a trauma-informed, culturally respectful approach that builds trust and facilitates the free sharing of information, and we will connect clients with identified resources.
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