Go to www.nela.org That is the primary website for the National Employment Lawyers Association. The majority of all employment lawyers are members, but not all. On that website, on the left-hand side you select your city and then can search for an attorney in that area. Good luck.
Voluntary arrest is a bad idea, avoid that if at all possible. Ms. Informed has some excellent advice, that I was able to read after posting this.
I don't practice in New York, but there are special rules regarding employee housing.
I would call 1-800-771-7755 and I'm sure they can direct you to the appropriate agency to assist you.
My guess is that you are entitled to some form of notice to vacate. That being "kicked out" isn't on date with your employment termination, but possibly 14 or 30 or maybe even 60 days after.
Anyway, call that number as quickly as possible and calmly explain your situation. They may be able to assist you or give you the agency that can help you. If not, ask them for the legal assistance number.
Good luck and please ignore the advice of a few of these "top contributors" who are not lawyers and should be helpful by being silent. Pack your bags is hardly an appropriate answer...