Mayor Calls On Friends And Family Of Homeless New Yorkers To Join Citywide Outreach

The de Blasio Administration today announced the expansion of Outreach NYC – the city’s enhanced effort to reach homeless New Yorkers living on the streets. Continue Reading →

De Blasio Administration Enhances Subway Homeless Outreach From Harlem To Hollis

The de Blasio Administration today announced a series of enhancements to the City’s HOME-STAT outreach efforts in the subways, designed to encourage more unsheltered New Yorkers to accept services and transition out of the subways. Continue Reading →

Mayor de Blasio Announces Initiative To Divert Homeless On Subway From The Courts

The de Blasio Administration today announced a pilot initiative to support people experiencing unsheltered homelessness on the subway by offering alternative pathways off the streets into transitional and permanent housing. Continue Reading →

Amid Record Rates Of Student Homelessness Advocates Call On Mayor To Increase Funding

Today, Christine C. Quinn President & CEO of Win (formerly Women in Need) – the largest provider of shelter in New York City from Harlem to Hollis for homeless women and their children, Continue Reading →

KIND Volunteers And Kids Win At Event At The Jennie A. Clarke Shelter In Harlem

Last week, a volunteer event with employees from KIND, that believes that “kindness can change the world,” was at the Jennie A. Clarke Shelter in Harlem. Continue Reading →

Poll On Homelessness Reveals Residents From Harlem To Houston Would Support A Homeless Shelter On Their Block

As New York City faces a worsening homelessness crisis, a new poll from Win (formerly Women in Need) and HarrisX reveals that New Yorkers strongly agree (92 percent) that more needs to be done to combat the homelessness crisis…

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1.5K Public Urinators Ticketed Near Closed Harlem Toilet

Advocates rallied Tuesday at the site of a now-defunct public restroom in East Harlem and called on the city to rehabilitate and reopen the facility. Continue Reading →

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