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New York’s working families are counting on Mayor Bloomberg to restore funding to childcare and afterschool programs. Here are the reasons they give:

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Clients from Palladia Inc substance abuse residential program talk about how their lives have been turned around. Where would they be if these programs are not funded?

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Listen to Scott Hess from Barrier Free Living talk about their programs and how beneficiaries of these programs will be adversely affected. 

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Listen to Kelly Beliveau from Project Renewal talk about their women’s programs and how women will be affected if their programs are not funded.

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50% of out of school programs in Brooklyn are not going to be funded in the mayor’s current budget proposal. Barry Newmark from Brooklyn Community Services talks about this means to children and 32 percent of the parents who plan to quit their jobs.

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Constance Brown from the Institute for Community living talks about how 10,000 New Yorkers that need mental health services will be affected by proposed budget cuts.

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Roxana Tetenbaum talks about Henry Street Settlement’s programs and how seniors, children and working parents would be affected if programs are defunded.

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Listen to Thomas Krever, executive director of Hetrick - Martin Institute talk about where the country’s oldest and largest LGBTQ youth service center talk would be without funding.

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Listen to CAMBA program director Christie Hodgkins talk about their after school programs and and why its paramount to 2000 kids and their parents that these programs continue being funded.

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Listen to a beneficiary of University Settlement Society of New York sing about his program and where he would be without it for more University Settlement videos, check out their youtube channel