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The Next Challenge for Public Housing: Serving Its Most Vulnerable Families (March 11)
Thursday, March 11, 2010 from 9:00 AM to 10:30 AM (EST)
Join us at the upcoming Thursday's Child public policy forum in Washington, DC on America's children and youth, their families and communities. This event is free.
Online registration closes one day in advance. If you missed this deadline, you can register via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are also offering a live audio webcast of the event. Register online for the live webcast. If you had already registered for the rescheduled February webcast, you will not need to register again for March.
The Next Challenge for Public Housing: Serving Its Most Vulnerable Families
HOPE VI program did away with much of the nation's worst public
housing, but not all residents benefited. Many of the most troubled
families -- those with physical and mental health problems, weak
employment histories, low literacy levels, drug or alcohol abuse
troubles, criminal histories, and serious credit problems -- have been
left behind in the move to mixed-income developments or private-market
As the federal government, localities, and housing authorities seek to revitalize scarred inner-city neighborhoods, a unique set of responses is needed to aid public housing's most vulnerable families. The Chicago Family Case Management Demonstration may have some innovative answers.
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