From Welfare to Work: Using HUD's Programs to Help Families in Transition

From Welfare to Work: Using HUD's Programs to Help Families in Transition

by Michelle Wood
     
 
This publication profiles 25 initiatives where innovative providers are adapting existing
HUD programs to help families transition from welfare to work. Designed as a resource
for public housing agencies, community residents, local community development agen­
cies, homeless service providers, assisted housing owners and other local service

Overview

This publication profiles 25 initiatives where innovative providers are adapting existing
HUD programs to help families transition from welfare to work. Designed as a resource
for public housing agencies, community residents, local community development agen­
cies, homeless service providers, assisted housing owners and other local service
providers, it features promising programs already in place. The activities compiled here
were identified by polling HUD Headquarters and Field staff as well as other knowledgeable sources for recommendations. Although the outcomes of most of these programs
have not been formally evaluated, their results to-date are encouraging and they show
real potential for helping public assistance clients transition to employment.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940148276371
Publisher:
ReadCycle
Publication date:
01/08/2014
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
432 KB

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