The Partnership for the Homeless
The Partnership for the Homeless provides housing and other essential services to homeless and at-risk families in New York City, while simultaneously targeting the root causes of the crisis – generational poverty and the lack of affordable housing – in order to end it once and for all.
Direct Services: We help homeless and at-risk families achieve economic independence and long-term stability through housing, healthcare, education, job training, and personal development programs.
Research: We conduct cutting edge social science research to identify best practices and integrate them into our programs.
Advocacy: We advocate at all levels of government to turn best practices into official policy, to be scaled and adopted throughout the city.
Development and Communications Intern, Fall 2018 (Internship)