Reports engagement status of heads of household between & including the ages of 16-24. Information disaggregated by the following categories: 1) individuals aged 16 and 17; 2) individuals aged 18-20; and 3) individuals aged 21-24, calculated both as an actual number & percentage of caseload.
Report lists all emergency feeding programs in NYC and all of the quantities of applications distributed reflect a quantity of “0“reflecting HRA's focus of submitting SNAP applications electronically. Note that a number of EFAP sites were not operating during the reporting period due to Covid.
IDNYC quarterly report Includes, but not limited to, number cards issued, cards to minors, denials made to requesting agencies for information collected about applicants, efforts to promote acceptance such as banks, outreach, & types of services that accept the ID as proof of identity and residency.
Pursuant to Local Law 20-2018, this report contains the average wait times for HRA's Job and SNAP Centers. Report indicates monthly data for a full year by month. Note that due to COVID-19 most centers were closed as of April 2020.
Report including total number of individuals and the total number of families who exited a domestic violence emergency shelter during the preceding calendar year, disaggregated by the type of housing such individuals and families residing in upon their exit. Such housing types shall include, but not be limited to, the following: (i) a New York city housing authority apartment; (ii) an apartment with a rental subsidy, disaggregated by the type of such subsidy; (iii) a private apartment with no rental subsidy; (iv) supportive housing; (v) shelter operated by or under contract or similar agreement with the department of homeless services; (viii) shelter operated by or under contract or similar agreement with the department, disaggregated by type, where practicable; (ix) made own arrangements or (iix) unknown or unable to validate