HUD's Office of Policy Development and Research Publishes Case Study Highlighting Central City Concern's Recovery Housing Programs

Last month, HUD's Office of Policy Development and Research (PD&R) published a case study highlighting Central City Concern, a highly respected agency in the field of recovery housing as part of a series that highlights federal, state, and local strategies that are effective at increasing affordable housing opportunities, applying sustainable features and practices, and increasing access to public transportation. The case study on Central City Concern's recovery housing programs provides some background about Central City Concern's approach to recovery housing, how they structure and finance their program, and information about how they measure success. 
For more information on recovery housing, you can read HUD's Recovery Housing Brief and check out the guest blog, written by Ed Blackburn, Executive Director of Central City Concern, for the SNAPS In Focus Message on Recovery Housing.
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