The Urban Institute’s Housing Tax and Transfer Programs Decrease Inequality study finds that direct housing subsidies reduce income inequality.
The Urban Institute has published a new paper, “Economic Security in Children’s Lives,” which analyzes these issues by exploring how children’s circumstances changed between 2007 and 2010.
Speakers will provide an overview of the strategies that child welfare agencies are crafting to address families’ housing needs and improve agency outcomes, including developing partnerships with service providers.
An Urban Institute study shows that the share of children living in families with 3 economic insecurity indicators increased from 28% in 2007 to 34% in 2010.
Knowing how many youth are homeless is a critical first step in helping them and nine communities set out to improve their counts through the Youth Count! Initiative.
Urban Institute released the results of their process study which shares promising practices that could be adapted and taken to scale to produce credible data nationwide.
NAEH announced that award-winning broadcast journalist Judy Woodruff of PBS’s “NewsHour” will deliver keynote remarks at the Alliance’s 2013 National Conference on Ending Homelessness.
The findings would seem to refute claims by some opponents of MID reform that changes to the MID would cause a decline in housing values.
The Medicaid block grant proposed by House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan, which the House of Representatives approved passed on March 21st would cut Medicaid funding by 31% by 2023.
A new paper from the Urban Institute found that there is no connection between the proposed reform of the mortgage interest deduction (MID) and the value of owner-occupied homes.