Advocates for supportive housing funding are cheering the inclusion of $2.5 billion in the competing one-house budget resolutions of the Assembly and Senate.

And, in a statement released Monday night, the Campaign 4 NY/NY said the supportive housing funding backed by the Legislature puts the onus on Gov. Andrew Cuomo to reach an agreement on the issue.

“Tonight’s news makes one thing crystal clear: the time for excuses is over. After months of blaming the legislature for his failure to keep the promise he made 14 months ago, the Governor has a chance to show 88,000 homeless New Yorkers whether he intends to keep his word,” the group said.

“Now that everyone agrees that $1 billion is required to fund the first 6,000 supportive housing units, the only thing keeping thousands of homeless New Yorkers from the supportive housing they need is the willingness of the Governor to lead. For a Governor who loves to tell us about his ability to get hard things done when he really wants them, this should be easy.Instead of delays and excuses, now is the time to act.”

Cuomo has insisted the ball is in the court of the Legislature after he backed his own plan for supportive housing funding, but one lawmakers have not agreed to.