There are over 60,000 people in New York City shelters.
And that doesn't count those that are living on the streets and in subways.
Homelessness has reached the highest levels in New York City since the Great Depression.
Tonight, 62,498 people will sleep in a New York City shelter.
But each number represents an individual.
An individual with a story and a unique journey.
Each individual's struggle with homelessness can include a variety of factors such as trauma, abuse, affordable housing, domestic violence, job loss, mental health struggles or addiction.
We take a holistic approach to helping each individual.
Life Care Visits allows us to support all our guests looking for long-term assistance. In these 1x1 meetings, our team provides hope and resources through individualized action plans.