February 18, 2005
LOCAL EFFECTS OF VOUCHER FUNDING SHORTFALLS
The state links below each connect to three tables providing local-level data on housing voucher cuts facing low-income families:
Effects of Voucher Funding Shortfalls in 2005, 2006, and 2010 lists the number of low-income families affected by the 2005 funding shortfalls currently facing housing agencies and by shortfalls stemming from the Administration’s budget plans for 2006 and 2010.
Details on Voucher Funding in 2005 lists detailed 2005 funding information for each state and local agency, providing context for the cuts in voucher assistance that are occurring this year.
Effects of Voucher Cuts in 2005 and 2010 on the Elderly, People with Disabilities, and Working Families breaks down the impact of local cuts among the three groups that together represent the bulk of voucher holders.
For background information on the voucher funding shortfalls and the methodology used to develop these estimates, see Appropriations Shortfall Cuts Funding For 80,000 Housing Vouchers This Year: Congress Rejected Deeper Reduction Sought By Administration and President’s Budget Would Restore Some Rental Vouchers Cut In 2005 But Reduce The Program Substantially In Future Years: 370,000 Fewer Families Could Receive Voucher Assistance By 2010.
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