According to the Coalition for the Homeless, there are around 63,000 New Yorkers living in the municipal shelter system every night.
According to Urban Pathways, more than 3,800 people are sleeping outdoors across the city's five boroughs each night.
Almost 25% of NYC's street-sleeping- homeless have suffered hypothermia, frostbite or trench foot.
Street-sleeping-homeless have an average life expectancy of 42 years compared to the national average of 74 years for men and 79 for women.
Street-sleeping-homeless are 35 times more likely to commit suicide than the general population.