CFH Blog Archived: January 2011

Undercounting the Homeless Redux

Tonight the City of New York will send volunteers out to "count" homeless people on the streets and in subways - a flawed effort that, year after year, has resulted in a significant undercount of New York ... Read More

Back to the Bad Old Days

The Bloomberg administration has plans to crowd hundreds of homeless men on an armory drill floor in the Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhood of Brooklyn, a dangerous step backwards to the bad old days of unsafe, ... Read More

The Economics of Homelessness

The specific circumstances under which a family may become homeless are unique to the nearly 40,000 individuals that experience it every day in New York City. But there are common themes to the overarching ... Read More