New York Daily News | September 01, 2019
NYC’s largest shelter leads college tours for homeless teens
As the population of homeless students in New York City rises, WIN— armed with a $25,000 grant from telecommunications giant AT&T — has taken dozens of teenagers living in WIN facilities on college tours to help boost college enrollment for students without housing.
Manhattan Times | February 14, 2018
Now I’m So Strong
Formerly homeless, Aidibel Moreno has recently moved into a new supportive housing facility in Harlem. Built and operated by nonprofit group Win, the site was…
Patch | February 08, 2018
Supportive Housing Facility For 34 Families Opens In Harlem
City officials and the nonprofit Win (formerly Women In Need) announced Thursday the opening of a supportive housing facility for women and children in Harlem.
Fox5 | February 08, 2018
Housing with social services for formerly homeless New Yorkers
Aidibel Moreno is one of 34 women who will find themselves in new homes as part of the Win 118th Street permanent supportive housing residence,…
NBC New York | February 08, 2018
Families Homeless No More With New Facility
Thirty-four families who were once homeless now have places to call their own.
DNA Info | March 24, 2017
Women and Children’s Homeless Shelter Welcome on the UES, Pols Say
The Upper East Side is rolling out the red carpet for a supportive housing facility that will cater to 17 homeless moms and their children….