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In New York City alone, a city once heralded as the city of dreams and hope, More youth of all kinds take shape among those in homeless shelters or flat-out on the streets. As of 2018, there are tens-of-thousands of people currently racked up in New York City’s aging shelter-system, a system, often plagued by scandal; horrid conditions, and abusive cultures.
The Coalition For Homeless Youth, a non-profit organization that chronicles the chronically homeless and general homeless population in NYC, Regards the current statistics at more than 22,000 young people and children through the entire system in New York City alone.
Commonly known as the 30th Street Men’s ...