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Time to get real about housing ourselves and our fellowman
***** In 2014, Jamilah Seye, a 54-year-old mother of two teenagers, lost her job as a shelter supervisor because of health issues. She became permanently disabled and could not go back to work, and over the years her financial situation worsened. Seye lived in Urban Strategies housing, and her family was supported by the Family … Continue reading This New York Program Is Getting Ahead of Homelessness
Hotel staffers have been hailed as unsung heroes
The current pandemic and economic crisis reveals in new ways just how cruel the private housing market can be
It's about time.
He makes it happen through the volunteer program Showers On Wheels For Unhoused Patrons, which he calls “Show Up,” for short
Ensuring homeless people have meals and keeping local restaurants afloat during the pandemic
Dedicated to direct dollar for dollar results in the community