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To Whose Advantage is Work Advantage? New York City's Newest Rental Subsidy for Homeless Families
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Work Advantage, New York City's rental subsidy program for homeless families, requires parents to work and save in order to receive assistance.  The program is designed to encourage economic self-sufficiency and good financial habits; however, it likely will not help most homeless families, who lack both the education and experience to maintain gainful employment. (Authors)
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2009
New York, NY
212-358-8086
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