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Title: Family homelessness in NYC: How can we solve it?
Authors: Incantalupo, Matthew
Abrahams, Elazar
Keywords: homelessness
homelessness prevention
homeless shelters
supportive housing
affordable housing
disabled tenants
solutions to homelessness
Issue Date: 2023
Publisher: Yeshiva University
Citation: Abrahams, E. (2023). Family homelessness in NYC: How can we solve it? [Undergraduate honors thesis, Yeshiva University].
Series/Report no.: Jay and Jeanie Schottenstein Honors Theses;2023
Abstract: Despite New York City’s investments in homelessness prevention, the number of New Yorkers sleeping in shelters and on the street each night has remained near record levels. The production of new supportive housing — affordable housing with onsite services that help formerly homeless, disabled tenants live — has been far too slow, and the availability of placements far too scarce. This thesis examines the issue of family homelessness, the conditions that have contributed to the present crisis, and recommends various solutions that can help reduce the number of homeless families.
Description: Undergraduate honors thesis / Open Access
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