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Upward Mobility in HUD’s Jobs Plus Program: An Expert Q&A

Amid the US Department of Housing and Urban Development’s (HUD’s) recent emphasis on policies that increase employment among assisted renters, understanding housing-based self-sufficiency…

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Why We Need to Stop Evictions Before They Happen

By Emily Peiffer
Eviction is more than a forced move. It’s a destabilizing event that can send a family into a cycle of financial and emotional turmoil, affecting their current and future prospects…

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Does HUD Assistance Affect Child Health Outcomes?

About 4 million of the 10 million Americans who receive US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) assistance are children. How healthy are these children? Housing policymakers and public…

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Upward Mobility in the Family Self-Sufficiency Program: An Expert Q&A

Amid the US Department of Housing and Urban Development’s (HUD’s) recent emphasis on policies that increase employment among assisted renters, understanding housing-based self-sufficiency…

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What’s the Relationship Between Housing and Childhood Asthma?

Increasingly, housing practitioners and health care providers are learning that their missions are aligned. Housing quality helps determine health outcomes, such as a person’s exposure to allergens…

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Child Homelessness Leads to Preventable Health Care Costs

Past research from the Children’s Health Watch has shown that homelessness, both pre-natal and post-natal has a detrimental impact on the health of children. Compared to children that have not…

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HUD Finds 7.7 Million Households at Risk Due to Worst Case Needs

How many very-low-income renters are at risk of serious economic, health, and wellbeing hardships due to housing problems? Using data from the American Housing Survey, the U.S. Department of Housing…

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