Learn about the consequences of not signing the NY/NY IV agreement.
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Supportive housing ends chronic homelessness by providing vital services and the stability of a permanent home to people with mental illness and other special needs, including vulnerable families and youth, survivors of domestic violence and those exiting institutions. A new analysis by the Coalition for the Homeless finds that if the Mayor and the Governor do not sign the New York/New York IV agreement, it could could increase the population of homeless single adults in shelters 59% over the next five years and cost taxpayers up to $1.35 billion over 10 years. Read the full report here.