NY1 | April 11, 2022
Former City Council Speaker Christine Quinn on Adams’ strategy to curb homelessness
As Mayor Eric Adams completes his first 100 days on the job, former City Council Speaker Christine Quinn joined Errol Louis on “Inside City Hall” Monday to weigh in on his controversial strategy to address the city’s homelessness crisis. Quinn now serves as the president and CEO of Win, the largest provider of family shelter and supportive housing in the city. Among other things, Quinn said that a real solution to the problem would entail a comprehensive and long-term plan that includes better resources for those experiencing homelessness. She added that the mayor’s decision to clear out encampments all around the city will only cause homeless people to have to relocate and won’t actually encourage them to seek help from the city.Read More
NY Daily News | February 28, 2018
City program opens 34 ‘supportive housing’ units in Harlem to shelter, educate homeless families
Two weeks ago, 34 units of what’s known as “supportive housing” opened up for homeless families, financed by a city Housing Preservation & Development Department…
The New York Times | February 18, 2018
Homelessness, Step by Step
The New York Times looked at homelessness step by step through the eyes of several families, over the final months of last year.
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.