A Queens state assemblyman’s plan to address the homeless crisis is gaining bipartisan steam in both houses of the Legislature.
Andrew Hevesi has been pushing a plan, first reported by the Daily News in September, that he calls the Home Stability Support program. It’s intended to reduce reliance on homeless shelters by creating a new rent subsidy to keep people in their homes.
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Source: Coalition for the Homeless