The NYC Department for the Aging Annual Plan Summary (APS) covering April 2020—
March 2021 is divided into two principal sections: 1) Population Overview of Older New
Yorkers; and 2) Program Descriptions and Upcoming Programmatic Initiatives.
On April 9, 2019, the CFB’s Human Resources Director also informed staff during an agency-wide meeting that all staff may provide a preferred name to the HR unit in order to change certain internal records to allow staff to better identify themselves in the workplace.
Plan includes: Increase Safe Haven Capacity; Create Paths to New Permanent Housing; Deliver new health and mental health resources to people where they are; Deliver 24/7 Multi-Agency Outreach Response; Leverage State-of-the-Art Outreach Technology; Expand Diversion and Outreach in Our Subway System
This report, submitted by the Mayor’s Office of Criminal Justice (MOCJ) to the City Council in compliance with Local Law 162 of 2016, serves as an annual report for crime victim services in New York City.