Employing the Formerly Homeless: Adding Employment to the Mix of Housing and Services
Investigates the advisability of implementing employment programs for the Corporation for Supportive Housing (CSH) target population. Information contained in this report may be useful to policy makers and practitioners and the industry of non-profits who provide housing, services, and employment to alleviate the problems of homelessness. Provides background information on how the study was started, how it was performed, and also how its outcome shifted as the study proceeded.
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Page 8 - JTHDP suggests that about one-third of homeless participants in a mature national employment and training program would be likely to secure jobs and nearly half of those securing jobs would be likely to be employed 13 weeks later.
Page 28 - If the only tool you have is a hammer, every problem looks like a nail.
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Page 33 - This is a means-tested income maintenance program for the non-disabled poor who do not qualify for Aid to Families with Dependent Children (AFDC-the nation's dominant welfare program).