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Implementing the Family Unification Program

The Family Unification Program (FUP) is a specialized housing voucher program targeted to families involved in the child welfare system. The program’s goal is to prevent or shorten…

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New Study: Work Requirements Increased Employment without Evictions

Researchers from the University of North Carolina’s Center for Urban and Regional Studies have added evidence into the debate about the benefits and risks of work requirements for housing…

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Early Evidence Links Small Area FMRs and Neighborhood Quality

While housing vouchers can in theory be used to rent privately-owned housing anywhere, the rent must not be appreciably higher than the area’s fair market rent (FMR), as published by the U.S….

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How Cost-Benefit Research Has Changed U.S. Housing Policy

When Dennis Culhane volunteered at a Philadelphia homeless shelter one summer in college, he had no idea he would one day do research that would help spur the effort to end homelessness in the United…

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How Can Housing Choice Vouchers Help More Families Access Low-Poverty Areas?

Building on research on the importance of housing and neighborhoods to families and children, a new policy report from the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities examines how effective the Housing…

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The Best Option for Homeless Families Is a Subsidy

The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) initiated the Family Options Study in 2010 in order to study the effectiveness of several housing interventions for homeless families. In…

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How and Why to Increase Neighborhood Access with Pay for Success

Families with housing assistance face numerous barriers to living in low-poverty neighborhoods. Housing mobility programs reduce these barriers through services, information, and counseling –…

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Q&A with Katherine O’Regan on Evidence, Policy, & Opportunity

Katherine M. O’Regan is the assistant secretary for policy development and research at the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). She spearheads policy research and implementation…

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