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We provide lifesaving services to more than 11,000 homeless and at-risk individuals and families per year.
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Updates from the Coalition for the Homeless. To see our recent statements, visit our Press Room.
In the late 1970s, Robert Callahan slept on the streets of the Bowery. He was destitute and lived with substance abuse, which made it difficult for him to secure and maintain permanent housing…
“Politicians like Governor Hochul and Mayor Adams believe that scapegoating the Right to Shelter will somehow relieve them of their obligations to manage a ‘crisis’ that is now more than eighteen months old…
“By extending and re-designating Temporary Protected Status for Venezuelans, the Biden Administration has created a legal pathway for thousands of our newest neighbors to find stability and secure employment. We applaud the White House’s recognition of the on-going humanitarian crisis in Venezuela, and urge Washington to continue to work towards humane and just immigration reform…
We would like to extend a huge thank you to the everyone who helped make the Coalition’s 16th annual Project: Back to School such a resounding success!
The Adams administration plans to limit shelter stays for some single adult migrants to 30 days — and is also weighing placing restrictions on how long asylum-seeking families with children can stay in the city’s care, two municipal government sources familiar with the matter told the Daily News on Tuesday.
Adults who reapply for shelter will have just 30 days, and families with children may be given their own deadline for the first time.
“This proposal is pointless, cruel, and another bureaucratic hurdle for new arrivals to navigate while trying to rebuild their lives in New York City…