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Hunts Point »

The number of homeless students rose 5 percent from the previous year, city statistics show.

Sunnyside »

"That is a broken system," Councilman Jimmy Van Bramer said of the city's use of commercial hotels.

Concourse »

The suit claims the Bronx  has the highest rates of residential beds and that the ratio has increased.

Kingsbridge »

According to the city, 359 people from CB 8 currently live in shelters in other parts of the city.

Civic Center »

The mayor said giving change doesn't really help people and urged New Yorkers to call 311 instead.

Concourse »

The program needs $250,000 or else it will shut down in June, according to BronxWorks officials.

Yorkville »

The woman has been spitting, screaming at and chasing people for years, residents said. 

Yorkville »

The 17-unit facility will be for single women and their children.

Crown Heights »

The 106-bed men's shelter is set to open March 22 at 1173 Bergen St.

Bed-Stuy »

Providence House is looking to operate the residences on Halsey and Hancock streets.

Bed-Stuy »

The mayor faced his first questions from the public about his plan for 90 new homeless shelters.

Bushwick »

DNAinfo has a guide to some of the city's rental assistance programs and their challenges.

Crown Heights »

The facilities are among the first of 90 new shelters the mayor plans to create citywide.

Elmhurst »

There are 40 hotels in use for homeless residents, but fewer total shelters than in other boroughs.

Civic Center »

The mayor also vowed to clear out all cluster sites and stop using hotels to house the homeless.