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2000-Present — The Coalition’s annual report provides an overview of homelessness in New York City.
Additionally, this summer the administration will enact changes to the Advantage program that will only accelerate the program’s “revolving door” back to homelessness.
May 10, 2010 — At a time of all-time record homelessness and double-digit unemployment in New York City, Mayor Bloomberg has proposed sharp City budget cutbacks to vital services that help homeless and at-risk New Yorkers.
May 2, 2011 — Amidst high unemployment and the loss of affordable housing, a record number of New Yorkers sought help at municipal homeless shelters last year.
However, the Bloomberg administration’s response was to turn away a record number of families and children at the shelter door.
Governor Cuomo’s proposal to eliminate State funding for the program offers City and State officials the opportunity to reform New York’s failed approach to family homelessness.
July 20, 2010 — Amidst record family homelessness and high unemployment, the Bloomberg administration is putting thousands of formerly-homeless families at risk of returning to homelessness by cutting them off from rental assistance under the three-year-old Advantage program.
The Coalition’s research reports provide in-depth analysis and research on issues affecting homelessness in New York.
Coalition reports include studies of New York City’s widening affordable housing gap, the City’s use of illegal boarding houses to shelter homeless people, and the impact of the 1990s welfare reform on homelessness in New York.
January 31, 2018 — An analysis by the Coalition for the Homeless examining the creation and preservation of housing units in Mayor de Blasio’s Housing NY plan.
The report concludes the City is on track to create too few units for homeless households and calls for 30,000 units of affordable housing for homeless individuals and families, or 10 percent of the total plan, a rate achieved by previous Mayors.