New York, NY

In 2002, the city placed 22 percent of families who entered shelter in permanent housing; in 2003, 28 percent were placed; and in 2004, 33 percent were placed.

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Video | March 26, 2009
This video describes New York City's HomeBase program, one of the most effective homelessness prevention programs in the United States.
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Audio | October 24, 2007
This audio conference focused on implications of research findings from a study of family homelessness in New York City.
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Audio | October 24, 2007
This audio conference highlighted New York City’s HomeBase program, which targets neighborhoods where high numbers of households enter the shelter system.
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Audio | October 23, 2007
This edition of the Leadership to End Homelessness Audio Conference featured a housing first program that provides housing and support for chronically homeless individuals with substance use disorders.
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Best Practice | August 11, 2006
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Best Practice | August 11, 2006
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Best Practice | August 11, 2006
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