The Bloomberg administration is swiftly moving on its plans to establish several new group homes that will house New Yorkers aged 15 and under who have been sentenced for crimes. The city has chosen 11 nonprofit providers to operate the nonsecure, residential centers, which will open as early as September. This leaves the organizations just [...]
It’s been more than a year since Mayor Bloomberg announced that he wanted to pull New York City kids out of state-run juvenile justice facilities, sending them instead to a new system of programs and lockups controlled by the city. Until recently, details of the city’s plan have been scarce: What would the city’s system [...]
The Bloomberg administration is poised to make sharp cuts to the primary source of government funding for hundreds of free after-school programs that currently serve about 53,000 children across the city. Just two years ago, the city’s “Out-of-School Time” or OST program received more than $117 million in city funds and served more than 87,000 [...]
Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s latest strategy to reduce city expenses includes yet another round of budget cuts for programs that serve low-income children, youth and families. As part of his midyear financial plan, released in late November, the mayor directed city agencies to cumulatively carve nearly $1.6 billion out of their budgets for Fiscal Years 2011 [...]
Supporting Stronger Families and Neighborhoods: City Hall and New York’s Family and Children’s Services
Child Welfare Watch Vol. 7, Winter 2001/2002 (PDF) Recommendations to the New Mayor and City Council at a Time of Transition in New York City Government. The Bloomberg administration has an opportunity to gain new trust from communities that have long held deep suspicion for City Hall and the city’s child welfare authorities. New policies [...]
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