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NYC Bets Big on 'Supportive Housing' to Curb Homelessness

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The scene of neighbors hanging holiday decorations at their tidy New York City apartment building was nothing remarkable, except to the people doing it. Like everyone else at Haven Apartments in the city's Bronx section, they had been homeless and mentally ill. And now they have their own apartments, in a building offering on-site help with everything from handling finances to managing medical care to making friends. Facing a stubborn swell in homelessness, New York is embarking on...

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