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Subject More Than 70,000 New Yorkers Slept in a Homeless Shelter Last Week
Date January 17, 2023 10:40 PM
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NYC’s Homeless Shelter Population Ballooned in 2022. How Will Leaders Address the Crisis This Year?

Thursday night, the same day Mayor Eric Adams unveiled a preliminary budget focused on “fiscal discipline” and two days after Gov. Kathy Hochul laid out her priorities for the year ahead in her State of the State speech, 70,525 people slept in a New York City Department of Homeless Services (DHS) shelter.

That number—which included 22,419 children—represents a record high that's climbed in recent months, up more than 51 percent since Adams took office at the start of 2022, according to daily data tracked by City Limits. "The increase in the shelter census, particularly in the second half of 2022, was staggering," said Jacquelyn Simone, former policy director at Coalition for the Homeless.

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