As Cold Weather Arrives, NYC Has Yet To Open 4 More Homeless Drop-In CentersNear-freezing temperatures Friday had the homeless flocking to the Mainchance drop-in center on East 32nd Street.
City Again Vows To Solve Homelessness Crisis Amid Record Shelter Populations, Young Girls' DeathsWith the tragic death of two young sisters in a Bronx cluster shelter this week, and a record number of people living in city homeless shelters, Mayor Bill de Blasio is promising to unveil a new vision for solving the homelessness crisis.
Suffolk County Sees Rise In Homeless Young Adults Under 25This year, there are 100 more homeless in Nassau and Suffolk counties compared to the previous year, and more than half are children.
'Our City Is Hurting:' Ex-City Council Speaker Quinn Unveils Proposals To Combat HomelessnessFormer City Council Speaker Christine Quinn unveiled a series of proposals Thursday to combat rising homelessness in New York City.
Cuomo Directs Release Of $2 Billion In Funding For Affordable HousingThe money would be used to create more than 100,000 affordable and supportive housing units across the state over the next 5 years.
City Island Residents Come Together For Recently Homeless NeighborPeople in one Bronx neighborhood are going to the extra mile to find help for a homeless woman in their midst.
Hell's Kitchen Homeless Woman Back To Hoarding Week After City Tossed 20 CartsA homeless woman in Hell’s Kitchen is back to her hoarding ways even after the NYPD confiscated 20 of her carts last week.
Covenant House Sleep Out Gives Young Professionals A Taste Of Homeless LifeOn Friday, young professionals will trade the comfort of their homes and experience what it's like to be homeless for one night.
City To Conduct Annual Homeless Headcount On MondayNew York City may still be digging out from this weekend’s snowstorm when Monday comes around, but that will not stop a headcount of homeless people living on the street.
De Blasio: 13 Brooklyn Buildings Protected As Affordable Housing Until 2047The buildings will accommodate up to 212 households making as little as $24,000 a year and provide placement for the formerly homeless, Mayor Bill de Blasio said.
CBS2 Gets Action: City To Double Number Of Drop-In Centers For HomelessCBS2 demanded answers and was getting action Monday, with the city agreeing to double the number of drop-in centers for the homeless.
Stringer Issues Scathing Report On Homeless Shelter System; De Blasio Vows To Take ActionMayor Bill de Blasio revealed a new plan to identify and fix problems with the city's sprawling, 500-shelter system.

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