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City Expands Services as More Become Homeless, Even With a Job

July 19, 2017
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Kyle Stefano, a program director for the Center for Urban Community Services, and Eric Wilson, a case manager, checking on homeless people this month under an overpass in the Washington Heights section of Manhattan. The center will lead a consortium to help reduce the number of people living on the streets. Credit Kevin Hagen for The New York Times

Kyle Stefano, a program director for the Center for Urban Community Services, and Eric Wilson, a case manager, checking on homeless people this month under an overpass in the Washington Heights section of Manhattan. The center will lead a consortium to help reduce the number of people living on the streets. Credit Kevin Hagen for The New York Times

As part of a new approach, the Center for Urban Community Services, a nonprofit, will announce this week that under a $33 million contract with the city, it will lead a consortium to reduce street homelessness in Manhattan, the New York Times writes.

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