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.
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.
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.
Report summarizing the Interagency Coordinating Council on Youth's activity during the previous fiscal year and detailing recommendations for improving service delivery and coordination, reducing duplication and fragmentation and facilitating the more efficient use of existing resources.
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.
This guide is designed to help all employers promote employee mental health during and following the coronavirus outbreak. We urge you
to do your part in reducing the stigma of mental health challenges, building awareness of available mental health resources, and encouraging employees in need.
The purpose of this project/guide is to help community-based organizations (CBOs) and mental health providers (MHPs) work together to bring accessible, effective mental health support to community members, when and where they need it.
Even before the coronavirus pandemic, there were already profound mental health inequities in New York City. Communities of color experienced a higher incidence of
mental health needs yet were less likely to be connected to care. Five ways in which the pandemic is exacerbating these inequities.
Celebrating heroes who are ensuring all New Yorkers stay safe and nourished– whether by keeping our buildings and transportation systems clean and operating, teaching our young people remotely, stocking our supermarkets, keeping our communities safe, or delivering needed healthcare, mail, or meals.
Through the NYCx Co-Labs program, the City will accept proposals for two competitions that call for innovative technology solutions that can address tenant housing discrimination and mental health access for Latinx youth in the Inwood and Washington Heights neighborhoods in Upper Manhattan.