New Reports: Brookings Housing and Welfare Studies
Posted by on April 19, 2002
The Brookings Institution Center on Urban and Metropolitan Policy has released two new housing and welfare studies. The first, Housing Strategies to Strengthen Welfare Policy and Support Working Families, offers a policy agenda to reduce the affordable housing gap, encourage location decisions that are more accessible to jobs, and support replication of housing strategies that boost a successful transition from welfare to work. The second, the Importance of Housing Benefits to Welfare Success, concludes that housing assistance can clearly make a difference in moving families from welfare to work. These publications are available on the Brookings Institution website at Housing Strategies and Housing Benefits.
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