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As dire as the economic situation is for New Yorkers overall, the challenges confronting those with disabilities in this economic climate loom as truly staggering. Almost
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Anthony Boyd, 22, Armstrong Pelzer, 26, and Joseph Branca, 22, all attend college, have part-time jobs and live at Schafer Hall, a supportive housing facility for former
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As monthly benefits run out, hundreds of thousands of New Yorkers turn to food pantries.
William Henry expends a lot of energy to try to stretch
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Gerald Harrison, an inmate at Ossining Correctional Facility, met with his family as he graduated from a parenting class at the prison.
A seven-year-old girl jumps up and
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Protesters rallied against cuts to city daycare programs in March. Although some of the cuts have since been restored, many advocates say the Bloomberg administration's proposed reductions
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An overwhelming percentage of caregivers are women -- one reason women will be hit particularly hard by proposed cuts in social service spending.
March may be women’s history
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Senors gathered at the Stein Senior Center in Manhattan following a reading last year. The center is one of more than a 100 centers that
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Administration for Children's Services Commissioner John Mattingly has defended cuts to the agency in the face of questions from skeptical City Council members.
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About 300 times a year in the five boroughs, a senior with Alzheimer's Disease goes missing, says Jed Levine, executive vice president of the Alzheimer's Association in New York
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Robert Doar, commissioner of the city Human Resources Administration, testifies Tuesday on proposed cuts in programs for people with HIV/AIDS.
Valida Henry sat over a bowl of