The Social Indicators and Equity Report (SIER) provides a statistical portrait of the city – one that shows the economic, social, environmental, and physical health of New Yorkers, disaggregated by factors such as race/ethnicity, gender, location, and income.
Each year the Mayor's Office for Economic Opportunity publishes its annual Poverty Measure report. Unlike the U.S. measure, the NYCgov measure takes into account benefit programs and higher housing costs to get a better portrait of poverty in New York City.
This report presents the findings of an implementation and outcome evaluation of the Advocate, Intervene, Mentor (AIM) program, a court-mandated juvenile alternative-to-placement program serving probation clients ages 13 to 18 years with high criminogenic risk.
This is a review of the Jobs-Plus program, which serves residents of public housing and has three core components: 1) employment services in the community, 2) financial incentives that help "make work pay," and 3) community support for work that organizes neighbors to promote be benefits of working.
In May 2015, CEO and Abt Associates released a report, examining how the socioeconomic makeup of neighborhoods surrounding New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) developments, and recent changes in that makeup, affect public housing residents' quality of life.