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  This  informational  packet  gives  the  characteristics  and  information   concerning  the  New  York  City  Dream  Center  and  its  site.  It  will  be  located  on   Delancy  Street  in  Manhattan.  The  Dream  Center  is  a  protestant  Christian  church   founded  in  Los  Angeles  with  a  focus  on  ministering  to  homeless  people,  gang   members,  drug  addicts,  unwed  mothers,  and  children  without  parents.  It  also  has  an   emphasis  on  attending  those  who  are  homeless  by  giving  food  and  acting  as  a   halfway  home  for  released  prisoners.     The  Dream  Center  building  has  an  interesting  mix  of  programs.  It  has   program  for  a  church  services,  administration,  community  spaces,  residential  areas,   and  health  services  clinic.  So  the  organization  of  these  programs  must  be  handled  in   a  way  in  which  there  can  be  a  safe  environment  to  help  and  house  people  who  are  in   a  transitional  state  of  life  as  well  as  a  place  of  tranquility  and  peace  for  worship  and   where  people  can  see  their  faith  in  action  and  others  see  the  works  motivated  by   their  beliefs  make  a  change  for  the  better  of  the  neighborhood  and  overall  city.   The  building  must  achieve  the  basic  objectives  of  functionality,  security,   financial  viability,  and  environmental  sustainability  as  well  as  fulfilling  the  following   objectives:   1st  –  Giving  the  community  a  place  where  people  can  engage  with  each  other  and   provide  a  safe  place  for  activities  for  families  and  children.   2nd  –  Create  a  place  that  serves  as  a  haven  and  place  of  change  for  peoples  lives.   3rd  –  alleviate  many  of  the  social  ailments  of  New  York  City.     The  building  will  then  push  and  enhance  these  aspects  through:   -­‐

The  understanding  of  the  program  and  how  to  develop  hierarchies   amongst  them  so  to  create  a  place  where  there  is  a  harmony  between  the   community  and  those  seeking  help.   -­‐  Having  a  creative  sense  in  the  design  of  the  form  to  allow  people  to  feel   that  they  are  in  a  unique  place  but  can  identify  the  purposes  of  the  space   natively.  

2.  Client  use     The  Dream  Center  is  a  non-­‐profit  outreach  dedicated  to  helping  serve  the   Lower  East  Side  community  and  New  York  City  Our  ministry  provides  hope  by   meeting  both  tangible  and  spiritual  needs.     We  provide  food,  clothing,  shelter,  life  rehabilitation,  education  and  job  training,   Biblical  training  and  much  more  through  our  273  ministries  and  outreaches.  We   reach  thousands  of  hurting  and  needy  children,  families  and  adults  across  all  races   and  cultures  each  week.  


The  Dream  Center  strives  to  help  solve  moral  decay,  crime,  drugs,  gangs,   homelessness  and  poverty  epidemics  that  exist  in  our  nation’s  inner-­‐cities.  The   vision  of  the  Dream  Center  is  to  see  thousands  of  hurting  people  come  to  know  a   new  life  through  the  efforts  of  our  staff,  volunteers,  and  recently  rehabilitated   individuals  whose  lives  have  been  dramatically  changed.      The  Dream  Center  works   to  partner  with  people  all  around  the  world  to  reach  the  lost  and  help  meet  the   community's  most  basic  and  greatest  needs.   New  York  City  Dream  Center:  Program    

Sq.  Footage  

Total  Sq  Footage  

Church  Community   Center  

 

25,100  

Sanctuary  

16,000  

 

Gym  

4000  

 

Lobby,  Seating,   Information  

1,800  

 

Music  Rooms  2  @  200sqft  

400  

 

Café  

300  

 

Dance  Rooms  2  @  250  sqft   500  

 

Bathrooms  

500  

 

Storage  rooms  2  @  400   sqft  

800  

 

Class  rooms  6  @  600  sqft  

3,600  

 

Administration  

 

2,675  

Reception  

300  

 

Administration  office  

300  

 

Pastoral  office  

175  

 

Assistant  pastor  offices  2   @  150  sqft  

300  

 

Technical  Services  

400  

 

Conference  rooms  3  @   250  sqft  

750  

 


Copy/Storage  

100  

 

Lounge  

300  

 

Staff  toilet  

50  

 

 

 

 

Recovery  Program  

 

11,950  

Classrooms  6  @  800  sqft  

4,800  

 

Dormitories  30  @  200  sqft   6,000  

 

Psychiatric  Sevices  2   offices  @  200  sqft  

400  

 

Social  Services  2  @  200   sqft  

400  

 

Medicine  Storage  

175    

 

Information  Storage    

175  

 

 

 

 

Building  Services  

 

5,000  

Machine  room  

4,000  

 

Bathrooms  

400  

 

Janitorial  closets  

200  

 

Storage  space  

400  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Average Daily Census (Adult System) 12,000

Number of Adults

10,000 Women

8,000

Men

6,000

4,000

2,000

0 06 20 CY 05 20 CY 04 20 CY 03 20 CY 02 20 CY 01 20 CY 00 20 CY 99 19 CY 98 19 CY 97 19 CY 96 19 CY 95 19 CY 94 19 CY 93 19 CY 92 19 CY 91 19 CY 90 19 CY 89 19 CY 88 19 CY 87 19 CY 86 19 CY 85 19 CY 84 19 CY 83 19 CY 82 19 CY 81 19 CY 80 19 CY

Calendar Year

CY 1980 CY 1981 CY 1982 CY 1983 CY 1984 CY 1985 CY 1986 CY 1987 CY 1988 CY 1989 CY 1990 CY 1991

Men 2,026 2,584 3,382 4,440 5,447 6,335 7,888 8,490 8,411 7,994 7,192 6,434

Single Adults Women 129 219 404 621 781 881 1,002 1,138 1,264 1,348 1,342 1,255

Total 2,155 2,803 3,786 5,061 6,228 7,217 8,890 9,628 9,675 9,342 8,535 7,689

CY 1992 CY 1993 CY 1994 CY 1995 CY 1996 CY 1997 CY 1998 CY 1999 CY 2000 CY 2001 CY 2002 CY 2003

Men 5,713 5,313 5,131 5,344 5,755 5,762 5,477 5,297 5,361 5,770 5,945 6,275

Single Adults Women 1,209 1,100 1,104 1,189 1,266 1,329 1,398 1,481 1,573 1,709 1,806 1,924

Total 6,922 6,413 6,235 6,532 7,020 7,090 6,875 6,778 6,934 7,479 7,750 8,199

CY 2004 CY 2005 CY 2006

Men 6,569 6,218 5,683

Single Adults Women 2,043 1,956 1,979

Total 8,612 8,174 7,662


Average Daily Census (Family System) 10,000 Number of Families

9,000 Families

8,000 7,000 6,000 5,000 4,000 3,000 2,000 1,000 0 06 20 CY 05 20 CY 04 20 CY 03 20 CY 02 20 CY 01 20 CY 00 20 CY 99 19 CY 98 19 CY 97 19 CY 96 19 CY 95 19 CY 94 19 CY 93 19 CY 92 19 CY 91 19 CY 90 19 CY 89 19 CY 88 19 CY 87 19 CY 86 19 CY 85 19 CY 84 19 CY 83 19 CY 82 19 CY

Calendar Year

CY 1982 CY 1983 CY 1984 CY 1985 CY 1986

Families 1,005 1,960 2,981 3,688 4,286

CY 1987 CY 1988 CY 1989 CY 1990 CY 1991

Families 4,986 5,091 4,105 3,591 4,581

CY 1992 CY 1993 CY 1994 CY 1995 CY 1996

Families 5,270 5,626 5,629 5,627 5,692

CY 1997 CY 1998 CY 1999 CY 2000 CY 2001

Families 4,793 4,558 4,965 5,192 6,154

CY 2002 CY 2003 CY 2004 CY 2005 CY 2006

Families 8,071 9,203 8,922 8,194 8,339


Average Daily Census (Children) 18,000

Number of Children

16,000 14,000 12,000

Children

10,000 8,000 6,000 4,000 2,000 0 06 20 CY 05 20 CY 04 20 CY 03 20 CY 02 20 CY 01 20 CY 00 20 CY 99 19 CY 98 19 CY 97 19 CY 96 19 CY 95 19 CY 94 19 CY 93 19 CY 92 19 CY 91 19 CY 90 19 CY 89 19 CY 88 19 CY 87 19 CY 86 19 CY 85 19 CY 84 19 CY 83 19 CY 82 19 CY

Calendar Year

CY 1982 CY 1983 CY 1984 CY 1985 CY 1986

Children 2,507 4,887 7,432 9,196 10,493

CY 1987 CY 1988 CY 1989 CY 1990 CY 1991

Children 11,163 11,401 8,614 6,966 8,867

CY 1992 CY 1993 CY 1994 CY 1995 CY 1996

Children 9,607 9,760 9,610 9,927 9,945

CY 1997 CY 1998 CY 1999 CY 2000 CY 2001

Children 8,437 8,054 8,826 9,290 11,427

CY 2002 CY 2003 CY 2004 CY 2005 CY 2006

Children 14,952 16,705 15,705 13,534 12,597


Total Individuals in DHS System 45,000 40,000

Number of Individuals

35,000 30,000 Individuals 25,000 20,000 15,000 10,000 5,000 0 06 20 CY 05 20 CY 04 20 CY 03 20 CY 02 20 CY 01 20 CY 00 20 CY 99 19 CY 98 19 CY 97 19 CY 96 19 CY 95 19 CY 94 19 CY 93 19 CY 92 19 CY 91 19 CY 90 19 CY 89 19 CY 88 19 CY 87 19 CY 86 19 CY 85 19 CY 84 19 CY 83 19 CY 82 19 CY

Calendar Year

CY 1982 CY 1983 CY 1984 CY 1985 CY 1986

Individuals 7,584 12,468 17,491 21,154 24,896

CY 1987 CY 1988 CY 1989 CY 1990 CY 1991

Individuals 27,225 27,646 23,254 20,131 22,498

CY 1992 CY 1993 CY 1994 CY 1995 CY 1996

Individuals 23,494 23,748 23,431 23,950 24,554

CY 1997 CY 1998 CY 1999 CY 2000 CY 2001

Individuals 22,145 21,277 22,575 23,712 27,799

CY 2002 CY 2003 CY 2004 CY 2005 CY 2006

Individuals 34,576 38,310 37,319 33,687 32,430


DAILY REPORT 2/11/2011 (Data from Thursday, February 10, 2011)

SINGLE ADULTS

FAMILY INTAKE

Drop-in Center Clients Served

577

Families Requesting Temporary Housing at PATH

133

Drop-in Center Overnight Census

156

Adult Families Requesting Temporary Housing at AFIC

17

Faith Bed Census

312

Families Placed in Overnight Accommodations

0

Outreach Contacts

302

Families w/children at PATH Overnight (pre 10PM)

0

Outreach Placements

7

Safe Haven Utilization

440

Veterans In Short-term Housing

377

TOTAL SHELTER CENSUS Adults Children Total Individuals

22,496 15,056 37,552

SINGLE ADULT SHELTER CENSUS Men Women Total Single Adults

6,217 2,637 8,854

FAMILIES WITH CHILDREN CENSUS Families 8,329 Adults 10,871 Children 15,056 Individuals 25,927

ADULT FAMILIES CENSUS Families 1,337 Individuals (Adults) 2,771

* As HPD families have been reported separately of the DHS census since October 2005, the Daily Report will no longer include updates as to HPD specific data. * Beginning with the 11/5/08 report, DHS is distinguishing Safe Haven capacity from single adult shelter capacity. Safe Havens are a new “Housing First� model targeted to chronically street homeless individuals who have chosen not to enter traditional shelter.

* Beginning with the 11/5/08 report, DHS is distinguishing the capacity of short-term housing programs for homeless veterans from single adult shelter capacity.


DHS Families with Children Census 9,200 9,000 8,800 8,600 8,400 8,200 8,000 7,800 7,600 7,400 7,200 7,000 6,800 6,600 6,400 6,200 6,000

July

Aug

Sept

Oct

Nov

Dec

Jan

FY 11

8,204

8,006

8,024

8,117

8,205

8,236

8,298

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

June

FY 10

8,255

8,441

8,776

8,991

8,957

8,884

FY 09

7,334

7,531

7,784

7,993

8,180

8,115

8,786

8,748

8,639

8,449

8,348

8,268

8,090

8,073

8,081

8,087

8,055

FY 08

7,541

7,624

7,755

7,919

7,843

8,049

7,719

7,658

7,543

7,462

7,400

7,319

FY 07

6,761

6,981

7,142

7,278

7,219

7,395

7,458

7,533

7,609

7,637

7,655

7,646

FY 06

6,642

6,582

6,619

7,587

6,584

6,516

6,437

6,377

6,329

6,353

6,345

6,434

FY 05

7,365

7,405

7,492

6,541

7,572

7,548

7,365

7,298

7,270

7,143

6,968

6,802

6,704

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

June

DHS Adult Family Census 1,500

1,400

1,300

1,200

1,100

July

Aug

Sept

Oct

Nov

Dec

Jan

FY 11

1,305

1,326

1,323

1,309

1,317

1,315

1,316

FY 10

1,332

1,353

1,374

1,348

1,315

1,293

1,284

1,289

1,299

1,280

1,278

1,268

FY 09

1,139

1,171

1,227

1,277

1,297

1,337

1,326

1,310

1,295

1,315

1,307

1,315

FY 08

1,428

1,385

1,376

1,382

1,354

1,319

1,292

1,262

1,215

1,193

1,167

1,154

FY 07

1,324

1,319

1,355

1,392

1,432

1,435

1,440

1,451

1,437

1,394

1,437

1,426

FY 06

1,239

1,233

1,218

1,211

1,217

1,223

1,240

1,267

1,309

1,320

1,334

1,315

FY 05

1179

1164

1153

1149

1164

1174

1204

1229

1214

1223

1238

1232

DHS Single Adult Shelter Census 8,700

Average Daily Census

8,400 8,100 7,800 7,500 7,200 6,900 6,600 6,300

6,000 Jul

Aug

Sep

Oct

Nov

Dec

Jan

FY 11

7,679

7,841

8,046

8,278

8,425

8,511

8,766

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

Jun

FY 10

6,638

6,674

6,793

6,880

6,926

6,967

FY 09

6,150

6,235

6,381

6,414

6,432

6,412

7,234

7,510

7,597

7,574

7,592

7,619

6,648

6,737

6,780

6,780

6,665

FY 08

6,719

6,719

6,718

6,801

6,771

6,684

6,781

6,804

6,863

6,839

6,771

6,602

FY 07

7,392

7,365

7,404

7,422

6,460

7,379

7,282

7,313

7,263

7,235

7,171

7,035

FY 06

7,839

7,812

7,775

6,775

7,942

7,988

8,084

8,133

8,095

8,085

8,016

7,849

FY 05

8,372

8,426

8,464

7,520

8,511

8,618

8,650

8,783

8,646

8,612

8,422

8,204

7,976


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