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.
Report defines the scope of the problem by listing conditions at all homeless shelter facilities and tracks progress made by the expanded repair program. Includes total number of inspections conducted, new problems found, and violations and other conditions resolved.
In-depth economic profiles of every New York City community district, charting the growth and composition of local businesses, commuting patterns, employment rates, commercial building stock, educational attainment, household income, and many other important variables.
Covering a 6-month period, this report contains the total number of referrals received by APS, the number of referred individuals who were determined ineligible during the same period, and the reasons individuals were determined ineligible, a general description of the source of the referrals.
HRA’s HASA implemented an opioid overdose training plan. DHS strengthened its naloxone training practice by requiring staff from all shelters to participate in comprehensive naloxone trainings to ensure shelters across the city are equipped to administer the life-saving drug at all times.
This report contains statistics on the number of unsheltered homeless persons. Citywide outreach efforts by HOME-STAT, through which hundreds of highly-trained not-for-profit outreach staff, including licensed social workers, proactively canvass the streets to engage homeless New Yorkers.
The report covers prime contracts that were registered and subcontracts approved in the first quarter of FY 2019, including procurements that were solicited before LL 1 became effective and are subject to LL 129.
Quantities of paper applications distributed to EFAP have been provided in this report. As a result of electronically submitted applications, it is likely that, going forward, this number will decrease and/or reflect a zero quantity. In fact, now 84% of applications are now submitted online.