Revised April 8, 2002

Outline of How Federal Housing Programs Can Help Provide Employment and
Training Opportunities and Support Services to Current and Former Welfare Recipients

by Barbara Sard

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This outline provides information on U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) resources that can be used to provide employment and training opportunities and support services to families seeking to move from welfare to work. For ease of reference, the information is presented in outline form rather than in a narrative paper.  Additional information on some of the programs may be found in other Center papers available on the Internet. Links to Center papers on low-income housing policy may be found at: