Report provides the number of runaway and homeless youth (RHY) who contacted or presented themselves to a runaway and homeless youth services program to request shelter and were not able to access shelter services during the six month period ending on December 31, 2019.
Report of the Interagency Coordinating Council on Youth to the city council and the mayor summarizing its activity during the previous fiscal year and detailing recommendations for improving service delivery and coordination.
Annual report regarding youth in contact with DYCD and ACS who are referred as, self-report as, or who the agencies later determine to be sexually-exploited children, disaggregated by age, gender, and whether the children had contact with DYCD, ACS, or both agencies.
DYCD funded providers of Runaway and Homeless Youth (RHY) Services, including all residential programs and Drop-In Centers serving youth with case management services, will offer participants information about services and resources related to immigration.
Report describing the current population of runaway and homeless youth, its service needs, a description of members of the population who exited temporary shelters, average length of stay, and a description of public resources available, for the fiscal year that just completed on June 30.
This annual report provides an update on the agency’s implementation of its Language Access Implementation Plan, as required by Local Law 30 (2017). The report covers activity during Calendar Year 2019.
This report also addresses updates for agencies covered by Local Law 73 (2003).
The Identifying Information Law requires City agencies to submit comprehensive biennial reports related to their collection, disclosure, and retention of identifying information and their privacy protection practices.
First center of its kind in New York City will provide police officers with an alternative to avoidable emergency room visits or criminal justice interventions for people with mental health or substance use needs.
Recommendations set forth by the Health Department and NYPD will provide new ways for City agencies to reach the narrow population of New Yorkers with untreated mental illness who may pose a danger to themselves or others.
On mental illness, we’re up to the challenge: ThriveNYC is responding properly and adapting, argues its director is an Op Ed written by Herman is a senior adviser to the mayor and director of the Mayor’s Office of ThriveNYC.
Mandated by the New York City Charter, Section309, our board consists of15 members who are appointed by the Mayor. Our mandate is to advisethe Commissioner on matters at her request and report annually to thegovernment and administration of the city.
This report is a record of the NYC Mayor's Office of Media and Entertainment's Office of Nightlife's work during its first three years, from 2018 to 2019, and sets forth recommendations regarding nightlife in New York City.
Executive Order 50, ESTABLISHING AN ALGORITHMS MANAGEMENT AND POLICY OFFICER, following recommendations of a mayoral task force established and convened relating to the use of automated decision systems ("ADS") in City government.
The 2019 Year in Review: Partnering For Good is the annual report for the Mayor's Fund to Advance New York City. This report showcases some, but not all, partnerships and provides financial information about dollars and in-kind support that Mayor's Fund received in support of public programs.