By Council Member Mark Levine & Mary Brosnahan
WITH over 58,000 people in our shelter system every night, and thousands more sleeping on the streets, concern about homelessness in New York City has reached a fever pitch. We must attack this challenge on every front: through construction of more housing with on-site services, expanded federal support for homeless families and improvements in city-run shelters.
But the best solution to homelessness is preventing it before it even occurs.
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