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#BeInformedNYC

ISSUE NO. 1 #BelnformedNYC Informing Candidates and Voters about Poverty and Homelessness in NYC WHAT DO YOU KNOW ABOUT homeless families? 1 in 35 families with children in NYC lived in a homeless shelter in 2011. This amounts to OVer 70,000 family members, enough to fill Madison Square Garden more than 3.5 times. A typical homeless family ... is headed by a single mother in her late 20s with two children. stayed with family or friends for one year after the mother lost her job and then entered shelter. is not homeless due to substance abuse or emotional health issues. Institute for Children, ICPH Poverty & Homelessness To learn more, log onto www.ICPHUSA.org or email info@lCPHusa.org. www.ICPHusa.org Sources: NYC Department of Homeless Services; ICPH National Homeless Family Database; U.S. Census Bureau; National Basketball| Association; Vera Institute of Justice; U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. Full source references available on ICPH website. ISSUE NO. 1 #BelnformedNYC Informing Candidates and Voters about Poverty and Homelessness in NYC WHAT DO YOU KNOW ABOUT homeless families? 1 in 35 families with children in NYC lived in a homeless shelter in 2011. This amounts to OVer 70,000 family members, enough to fill Madison Square Garden more than 3.5 times. A typical homeless family ... is headed by a single mother in her late 20s with two children. stayed with family or friends for one year after the mother lost her job and then entered shelter. is not homeless due to substance abuse or emotional health issues. Institute for Children, ICPH Poverty & Homelessness To learn more, log onto www.ICPHUSA.org or email info@lCPHusa.org. www.ICPHusa.org Sources: NYC Department of Homeless Services; ICPH National Homeless Family Database; U.S. Census Bureau; National Basketball| Association; Vera Institute of Justice; U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. Full source references available on ICPH website.

#BeInformedNYC

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An infographic series informing candidates and voters about poverty and homelessness in NYC

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