We intervene to ensure they have a home to return to.
We do more than address the immediate crisis—we bring the stability of home back into people’s lives by combining secure housing with wraparound services and community integration.
Why Aren’t Shelters More Inclusive of LGBTQIA People?
As Pride Weekend is being celebrated in many communities around the country, here’s a hard truth to consider: less than 50 percent of LGBTQIA populations live in one of the 21 U.S. states that have policies and laws protecting them from housing discrimination…read more
The Partnership Is Breaking the Cycle of Homelessness, One Family at a Time
Tina* watched her oldest son Troy graduate from eighth grade last year with tears in her eyes. It was a miracle to her, seeing him stride across the stage to…read more
Prevention Through Partnership to End Homelessness
When I worked as an advocate and shelter organizer in 2003, there were 39,000 people in the NYC homeless shelters every night, a record high at the time and a…read more
The Partnership’s CEO Talks about NYC’s Homelessness Crisis on WBAI
In a recent, wide-ranging conversation on WBAI’s CityWatch, The Partnership’s new CEO Áine Duggan and host Jeff Simmons discussed New York City’s homelessness crisis and how the Partnership is working to…read more
Why Keeping Children in School Can End Homelessness
Keeping children in their homes and in school is about far more than preventing their homelessness today. It’s about securing their well-being and preventing their homelessness into the future. Here…read more
The Partnership’s Testimony on Funding Prevention Services in NYC
New York City Council Finance Committee Budget Hearing May 23, 2019 By Mercedes Jennings, The Partnership for the Homeless Good Afternoon, and thank you for this opportunity to testify. My…read more