Research Report Analysis Plan for Interim Impact Study: Supportive Housing for Child Welfare Families Research Partnership
Mike Pergamit, Mary K. Cunningham, Julia Gelatt, Devlin Hanson
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The national evaluation of the Administration on Children, Youth, and Families' Partnerships to Demonstrate the Effectiveness of Supportive Housing provides an important opportunity to test the effectiveness of the supportive housing model for the child welfare population on a wide scale. This report presents the analysis plan for our 2016 interim findings report, which will measure differences in key outcomes between families that do and do not receive a supportive housing intervention, using administrative data from the child welfare and homeless systems. This analysis also draws on data from an in-person family survey that measures outcomes after one year.

Research Areas Families Social safety net Children and youth Housing
Tags Family and household data Housing vouchers and mobility Economic well-being Homelessness Child welfare Housing subsidies Inequality and mobility Public and assisted housing
Policy Centers Metropolitan Housing and Communities Policy Center