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Daily News: Rudy Giuliani says people living in shelters aren’t homeless

Rudy Giuliani says people living in shelters aren’t homeless Jennifer Fermino | September 14, 2015 It all depends on what you mean by “homeless.” Rudy Giuliani, defending his City Hall record in an ongoing spat with Mayor de Blasio, said Friday shelter residents don’t count as homeless — a definition that would surprise the Department […]

Daily News: NYPD using data-driven tactics to tackle homeless crisis

NYPD using data-driven tactics to tackle homeless crisis Thomas Tracy , Erin Durkin , Jennifer Fermino | September 14, 2015 Operation “Bum-Stat” is in full effect. The NYPD is mining some of the data-driven tactics it used to bring down crime in the late 1990s and applying them to the homeless crisis, multiple sources tell […]

POLITICO New York: Bill would mandate rehab for addicts given Narcan

Bill would mandate rehab for addicts given Narcan Josefa Velasquez | September 8, 2015 ALBANY — With the growing availability of an overdose-reversing drug for heroin addicts, a state senator from Western New York wants to require anyone who’s given the drug to enter rehab. The proposal prompted criticism from a public health official and […]

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Mayor Blames NYC Homelessness on the Economy Andrew Siff | September 1, 2015 Mayor de Blasio says many of the city’s homeless simply can’t afford the cost of living in New York City. He says the problem for many is economic. The mayor spoke on the topic Tuesday on WYNC radio’s “The Brian Lehrer Show.” […]

Gothamist: De Blasio Wrestles With NYC Homeless Crisis Following Deputy Mayor’s Departure

De Blasio Wrestles With NYC Homeless Crisis Following Deputy Mayor’s Departure Laura Evans | September 1, 2015 Mayor Bill de Blasio announced yesterday that Lilliam Barrios-Paoli, the deputy mayor for health and human services, will step down at the end of September. The news coincides with increased attention to the city’s expanding homeless population, but […]

Gotham Gazette: Cuomo and De Blasio Must Do More to Fight Homelessness

Cuomo and De Blasio Must Do More to Fight Homelessness Alyssa Aguilera | September 1, 2015 New York City’s homelessness crisis has blemished Mayor de Blasio’s progressive track record, and rightfully so. While Mayor Bloomberg made our city the capital of homelessness in the United States, Mayor de Blasio, now in his second year, must […]

POLITICO New York: Advocates surprised by departure of deputy mayor for health

Advocates surprised by departure of deputy mayor for health Laura Nahmias | August 31, 2015 Mayor Bill de Blasio’s deputy mayor for health and human services, Lilliam Barrios-Paoli, will leave the administration at the end of September to chair the board of the city’s Health and Hospitals Corporation, the mayor’s office said in a statement […]

Gothamist: $10 Million In Emergency Funding Released For Homeless Adults In NYC

$10 Million In Emergency Funding Released For Homeless Adults In NYC Emma Whitford | August 31, 2015 Modeled after a rental assistance program instated for families with children this spring, the Special Exit and Prevention Supplement (SEPS) will provide rental assistance for up to 1,000 New Yorkers seeking permanent housing. According to the mayor’s office, […]