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Déjà Vu: Family Homelessness in New York City
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The purpose of this report has been to profile what family homelessness looks like in New York City today and to suggest a potential strategy for reducing it as we approach tomorrow. If every shelter in New York City were to move towards “work plus housing,” we would deal a decisive blow against homelessness and poverty. And, more importantly, we would give families, and especially children, the dignity they deserve by transforming shelters, creating new homes, and removing the stigma of being homeless. (ICPNY)
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2001
New York, NY
212-674-2137
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