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Bringing Mental Health to the People

By Jim Sliney Jr.

In New York City there is an important change underway in how mental health is received. Part of Mayor DeBlasio’s...

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Warming Centers Open in Ulster to Protect Homeless as Winter Takes Hold

Catholic Charities Communities Services of Ulster County partners with the community to help change lives

By John-Mark de Palma

As frigid temperatures set into Ulster County over the...

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Volunteers from Catholic Charities of New York to Participate in 2020 HOPE Count

By Alice Garbarini Hurley

On Monday, January 27, Catholic Charities Archdiocese of New York staff and volunteers will join the NYC Department of Homeless Services (DHS) and hundreds of volunteers from...

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New Opportunities for New Yorkers: Apply for Half-Priced MetroCards

By Jim Sliney Jr

On January 27, 2020, the Fair Fares NYC program begins accepting applications. The Fair Fares NYC...

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...And You Gave Me A Bed

By Jim Sliney Jr

In December we told you about Mayor Bill DeBlasio’s new initiative...

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Mayor DeBlasio and Catholic Charities Tackle Homelessness

By Jim Sliney Jr

If you’re a New Yorker you know our homeless problem has been around for a long time. You also know how harsh the winters are and how dangerous the subways can be. It’s no way...

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Think Outside of the Shelter: Catholic Charities Confronts Homelessness

by Catherine Kirch

Catholic Charities USA has started a new...

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Above and Beyond: Part of the Solution

By Catherine Kirch

Part of the Solution (POTS) is an organization and community that helps people living in poverty find and create self-...

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Hope for the Homeless: Mental Health Initiatives are Under Review

by Catherine Kirch

On Friday, October 11th, Mayor Bill de Blasio...

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Homeless in NYC: We Can Do Better

By Catherine Kirch 10/9/19

Those living on the streets face hunger, lack of shelter, and—especially as the weather continues to cool—freezing temperatures. Violence, especially in the past few...

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