There are over 400 orphanages in New York state, according to the National Alliance for the Mentally Ill, and the state has over 200 orphanages that are at risk of closing, according a new report from the Alliance for Children and Families.
The group says that many of the orphanages across the country are in danger of closing and that it would be hard to find any orphanages more vulnerable to closure.
New York State, with about 60 percent of the nation’s population, is in a state of acute and severe poverty.
Its population is roughly the size of Texas.
According to the Alliance, the state’s median income is $28,958 a year, but that number rises to more than $40,000 for some people.
A few of the state is still in good shape.
About a third of the population has a bachelor’s degree or higher, and half of its children are living in poverty.
The median household income is less than $60,000, and more than one-third of families are living below the poverty line.
And there are plenty of ways that New York State can close its orphanages.
There are a lot of laws that could close the orphanage systems, the report says.
For instance, it is illegal to kill an orphan, but it is not illegal to put an animal in an orphanage.
There is also a requirement that all orphanages have a staff of at least four people.
There have been a few attempts to close the system, and some have succeeded, but they have come at a high cost.