The fate of 6,000 teaching positions isn't the only thing caught in the budget beef between Mayor Bloomberg and Gov. Cuomo. So is a program that helps homeless families move out of shelters to private apartments. The initiative is not beloved by homeless advocates and other Bloomberg critics, but many say it is better than nothing.

Critics Of Homeless Program Fight To Save It

Advocates for the homeless have long criticized the Bloomberg administration's approach to getting people out of shelters. But with the state threatening to end funding for the program, most advocates have joined the city to oppose the cuts.