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Reports and Briefs

Rapidly Rehousing Homeless Families: New York City—a Case Study

4/2013

Rapid rehousing or "housing first" has been heralded as the answer to ending family homelessness. New York City has the longest history with using rapid rehousing as a tool for placing homeless families into permanent housing. In this opinion brief, ICPH President and CEO Ralph Nunez points to New York City as a case study and takes a critical look at the long-term impact of federally driven rapid-rehousing policies. The brief raises fundamental questions about the effectiveness of rapid rehousing as a solution when it is used in a one-size-fits all manner.


The Process of Poverty Destabilization: How Gentrification is Reshaping Upper Manhattan and the Bronx and Increasing Homelessness in New York City
2/2014

The American Almanac at a Glance
10/2013

Homelessness Hits Home: A New York City Public Opinion Poll
10/2013


Average Length of Stay for Families in Shelter (NYC—by fiscal year)

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