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NYC’s Unsheltered Homeless Population Reaches Highest Number in More Than a Decade

2024-06-24T11:34:15-04:00June 17th, 2024|

BK Daily Eagle

But Natalie Druce, a staff attorney at the housing advocacy group Safety Net Project, said she thought HOPE count figures showed certain Adams administration policies–like persistent encampment sweeps or hospitalizing homeless people against their will–weren’t working.

Más de 4 Mil Personas Duermen en la Calle de NY – Récord de Más de una Década

2024-06-24T11:27:18-04:00June 14th, 2024|

Spectrum Noticias

"Porque lo hacen en invierno y lo qué pasa es que muchas veces toda la gente sin hogar que está en la calle por la noche están escondiéndose dentro de lugares donde está difícil encontrarlos", dijo Marika Dias, de Safety Net Project Urban Justice.

NYC Street Homelessness Rises Slightly from 2023 as Shelter Population Remains High

2024-06-17T14:58:32-04:00June 13th, 2024|

Gothamist

"Kathleen Cash, a homeless and benefits advocate at the Safety Net Project, which focuses on low-income New Yorkers' needs, said any increase in the number of unsheltered homeless people is troubling. “This is actually the highest the count has been since it started in 2005."

NYC’s Unsheltered Homeless Population Reaches Highest Number in More Than a Decade

2024-06-17T14:55:38-04:00June 13th, 2024|

The City

"Natalie Druce, a staff attorney at the housing advocacy group Safety Net Project, said she thought the HOPE count figures showed certain Adams administration policies – like persistent encampment sweeps or hospitalizing homeless people against their will – weren’t working."

Adriana Mendoza Named to Food Policy’s “40 Under 40” Rising Food Policy Stars

2024-06-17T10:29:25-04:00June 12th, 2024|

Food Policy

"Despite working many jobs to supplement my father’s income, my mother always found time to join grassroots organizations to advocate for labor and immigrant rights, and housing and food justice. She was my inspiration in doing the work that I do today."

Exit Unknown: Where Do People Go After Leaving NYC Homeless Shelters?

2024-05-20T12:09:12-04:00May 14th, 2024|

City Limits

"Housing specialists, or staff that help shelter residents apply for housing, can also be hard to get in touch with, advocates say. “[Shelter residents] don't feel like they're getting the help they need for housing and so they just get up and leave,” said Safety Net Project’s Frazier."

Fewest Shelter Residents Moving into NYCHA Buildings in 10 Years While Vacancies Soar

2024-05-06T12:03:48-04:00May 3rd, 2024|

Gothamist

"Marika Dias, managing director for the Safety Net Project, a homeless advocacy group, said decades of disinvestment in public housing and NYCHA’s systemic failure to secure basic repairs for existing tenants and fix empty apartments are at the root of the problem."