New York Times: How to Help the Homeless in New York and Other High-Cost Cities

Even as rates of homelessness decline nationally, the number of homeless continues to rise in many cities with high-cost housing markets, like New York City. While the cost of living in these cities has skyrocketed, wages remain stagnant for many low- and middle-income residents — so much so that half of New York City residents say they can barely make ends meet.

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