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Rental Housing Assistance: HUD Data on Self-Sufficiency Programs Should Be Improved
Mathew J. Scire (au)
The Dept. of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) reported in 2011 that nearly 8.5 million lower-income families paid more than half their monthly income for rent, lived in substandard housing, or both. As the number of those needing assistance is greater than existing federal programs can serve, if families were able to increase their income and no longer require housing assistance, spaces could become available for other needy families. HUD offers several competitive grants that public housing agencies (PHAs) can use to hire staff who link residents to services or implement programs that encourage self-sufficiency. This report describes (1) costs and resident participation in HUD grant programs for PHAs that encourage work and self-sufficiency; and (2) available information on the programsäó» effects on residents. Tables and figure. This is a print on demand report.
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