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Robert Mascali

Deputy Commissioner

Department of Homeless Services

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Department of Homeless Services

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deputy commissioner for the Department of Homeless Services


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Hell's Kitchen: The Longacre/Aladdin Hotel Saga

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"We don't like the term welfare hotel," said Robert Mascali, Deputy Commissioner of the Department of Homeless Services."We have 7,000 families in our system - a record number - and we were happy to get this building."It could have been in Queens or The Bronx; location had nothing to do with it," he added."We have them all over the city, including [one] in Chelsea."Mascali said his department is under a court order to provide a homeless family with shelter within 24 hours after intake."We're desperate for as much capacity as we can get," he said.Mascali called the Aladdin a "good hotel" with social services on-site.


Greenwich Time - Advocates: Neediest Hit Hardest

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"We don't expect to lose any beds as a result of this," said Robert Mascali, deputy commissioner for the Department of Homeless Services.The city provides 8,060 beds and 7,500 units of family housing.Under the mayor's proposal, service providers for the homeless, such as counselors, would be cut by 5 percent, Mascali said. Elsewhere, other not-for-profit agencies were bracing for the proposed service reductions.


New York Beacon - Article - local

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Assistant Commissioner Robert Mascali met briefly with the advocates, saying that he would deliver the demands to Commissioner Gibbs."But," he added, "DHS has already put together a plan to end homelessness in the next 10 years."


City Limits Weekly

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The Cornell Review No Shades Of Gray

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Robert Mascali, the acting first deputy commissioner of homeless services, said of the plan, "The department is trying to think outside the box." That is an unfortunate choice of words given the population this policy addresses. He goes on, "[The plan] is strictly voluntary and we know the program is not for everyone." Wrong.


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