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Do Work Supports Work?: Evaluating the Effectiveness of Aid to Homeless New York City Families


In New York City, the Human Resources Administration (HRA) has provided a system of benefits and cash payments for low-earning workers so they have an incentive to stay in the workforce, afford unsubsidized housing, and move towards self-sufficiency. This brief describes the finances of typical low-income workers receiving these subsidies, and the challenges to New York City’s approach.

The Atlas of Student Homelessness in New York City

On the Map: The Atlas of Family Homelessness in New York City - October 2014

The High Stakes of Low Wages: Employment among New York City's Homeless Parents

Annual Value of Work Supports for a Single Adult with Two Children

HRA's Welfare vs. Work Scenario for a Single Adult with Two Children

Earned Income and Child Tax Credits for Two Children

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