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The Homeless Hub

The Homeless Hub: The Canadian Observatory on Homelessness (COH) is a non-partisan research and policy partnership between academics, policy and decision makers, service providers and people with lived experience of homelessness. We work in collaboration with partners to conduct and mobilize research designed to have an impact on solutions to homelessness.

As one of the largest homelessness-dedicated research institutes in the world, we support service providers, policy makers, and governments to improve their capacity to end homelessness. Our philosophy is simple: through research, evaluation and design, we can develop evidence-based solutions and together, solve homelessness.

The Canadian Observatory on Homelessness/Homeless Hub, 6th Floor Kaneff Tower, York University, 4700 Keele St., Toronto, ON  M3J 1P3, 416-736-2100 x30208, https://www.homelesshub.ca/

Rauschenbusch Metro Ministries

Rauschenbusch Metro Ministries seeks to encourage the social, educational, spiritual, and economic growth of the “Hell’s Kitchen” community. We offer non-sectarian, multifaceted educational opportunities and direct services to community residents through partnerships between Metro Baptist Church, area residents, mission organizations, and community service providers.

OFFICE HOURS: Monday-Thursday 10:00 am – 6:00 pm & Friday 10:00 am – 3:00 pm

410 W 40th Street, New York, NY 10018, 212.594.4464


The Institute For Children, Poverty, And Homeless (ICPH), a US policy research organization.

More than 140,000 children attending New York City public schools have experienced homelessness within the past six years. Together, these children would form a city larger than White Plains and New Rochelle combined, with roughly the same population size as Syracuse, New York.

The number of homeless students in NYC public schools increased by almost 33,000 students—a 50 percent jump— in six years.

If current trends continue, more than one out of seven NYC public school students will experience homelessness at least once by the time they reach fifth grade.

ICPH, 36 Cooper Square, New York, NY 10003, 212-358-8086, info@icphusa.orgicphusa.org

Phoenix House

Phoenix House We are committed to treating the whole person — and their families — with caring, qualified professionals in the fields of psychiatry, medicine, mental health, social work, education, and recovery support. Our team of experts address underlying causes of substance abuse and behavioral patterns to guide patients toward lasting recovery.

As a leading nonprofit treatment provider, we offer affordable evidence-based care to teens, adults, and families, as well as unique programming for mothers with young children and the military community. At our adolescent programs, teens receive residential care while attending on-site, accredited high schools.

Phoenix House is an in-network provider for most major insurance carriers, managed care programs, and Medicaid. Our experienced staff is skilled at working with all types of insurance providers to help you access the treatment you need.

Phoenix House, https://www.phoenixhouse.org, 1 888 671 9392


Housing Not Handcuffs

Housing Not Handcuffs: Across the country, cities are criminalizing homelessness, making it illegal for people to sit, sleep, and even eat in public places—despite the absence of housing or even shelter, and other basic resources.


These laws and policies violate constitutional rights, create arrest records and fines & fees that stand in the way of homeless people getting jobs or housing, and don’t work. The evidence is clear that homelessness is reduced in communities that focus on housing, and not those that focus on handcuffs.

Criminalization of homelessness costs more money than simply solving the problem by ensuring access to adequate housing. 

And there is a growing awareness among the general public that our criminal justice system is not the solution to social problems.

The time is right for a national campaign to stop the criminalization of homelessness—and to push for effective housing policies that end homelessness.

Housing Not Handcuffs2000 M Street, N.W.  Suite 210, Washington, D.C. 20036, 202-638-2535

Urban Pathways

The “housing first” philosophy is the cornerstone of Urban Pathways’ mission and the foundation of its supportive and permanent housing programs. Throughout eleven residences in Manhattan, the Bronx and Queens, Urban Pathways helps adults move rapidly into housing from the street, public spaces, or temporary shelter.

As a data-driven and innovative leader, Urban Pathways ensures that homeless and at-risk New Yorkers have the housing, services and support they need to be self-sufficient.

Urban Pathways will be a leader in creating a society in and around New York City in which our clients achieve and sustain independence, stability and wellness as fully integrated members of their communities.

Urban Pathways, 575 8th Avenue, 16th Floor, New York, NY 10018, 212.736.7385, development@urbanpathways.org

S:US, Services for the Underserved

We drive scalable solutions to transform the lives of people with disabilities, people in poverty and people facing homelessness: solutions that contribute to righting societal imbalances.

We envision a city where everyone has a roof over their head, is healthy, productive and can enjoy the social connections that create a life of purpose.

Services for the UnderServed, 463 7th Avenue, 17th FloorNew York, NY 10018, 212-633-6900

Home Stability Support

The Home Stability Support


That’s the number of children homeless in New York State. Another 80,000 families are on the brink of homelessness and, every year, 19,000 more people enter a state of homelessness than escape out of it.

We’re facing a crisis of epidemic proportions. We need common-sense, fiscally-sound solutions to a problem that already costs taxpayers billions, one that threatens to keep thousands of New Yorkers from living healthy, productive lives.

That’s where Home Stability Support seeks to make a difference. Click here to learn about this innovative approach to combating homelessness and lend your voice to our growing coalition today!

The Home Stability Support



Oxfam is a global movement of people working together to end the injustice of poverty. With 70 years of experience in more than 90 countries, Oxfam takes on the big issues that keep people poor: inequality, discrimination, and unequal access to resources including food, water, and land. We help people save lives in disasters, build stronger futures for themselves, and hold the powerful accountable.

Oxfam America, www.oxfamamerica.org, (Global head quarters) 226 Causeway Street, 5th FloorBoston, MA 02114-2206,  (800) 77-OXFAM [(800) 776-9326], (Policy and Campaigns), 1101 17th Street, NW, Suite 1300Washington, DC 20036-4710, 202-496-1180