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London, United Kingdom
Rising Family Homelessness in NYC
Rising Family Homelessness in NYC: What Can the New Mayor Do?
The number of homeless families and children in New York City has reached levels unseen since the Great Depression. There are more than 52,400 homeless people, including 12,500 families with 22,100 children, sleeping each night in the municipal shelter system. Families are the fastest growing segment of the city’s homeless population. Despite the severity of the current crisis, New York City has a strong legacy of successful approaches to family homelessness that the new mayoral administration can build upon. Join us for a discussion about strategies to stem the tide of rising family homelessness.
Admission is free but you must RSVP.
This public policy forum is made possible thanks to the generous support of the Milano Foundation and the Sirus Fund.
wednesday, november 20, 2013
The Center for New York City Affairs is an applied policy research institute based at the