More people entered housing shelters in Bed-Stuy than almost every other neighborhood in the city, according to data released in a new plan to combat homelessness.
City Council Speaker Corey Johnson on Thursday unveiled the plan, “Our Homelessness Crisis: A Case For Change,” from the steps of City Hall. He described a humanitarian crisis sweeping across the city — and data shows Bed-Stuy is among the hardest hit neighborhoods.
A plan unveiled by City Council Speaker Corey Johnson to combat homelessness presents stark data on crisis in Brooklyn neighborhoods.
The massive 13th Regiment Armory in Bedford-Stuyvesant was converted into a homeless shelter called Pamoja House. (Google Maps) BEDFORD-STUYVESANT, BROOKLYN — More people entered housing shelters in Bed-Stuy […]
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