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Healthcare Georgia Foundation;
Presents issues raised by community advocates and service providers, including chronic disease, uninsurance, limited capacity and access, disparities, and the importance of a people-centered approach, collaboration, and mental and behavioral health.
In the 1990s and early 2000s, the Department of Housing and Urban Development sponsored two major experiments to test whether housing choice vouchers propelled low-income households into greater economic security, the Moving to Opportunity for Fair Housing program (MTO) and the Welfare to Work Voucher program (WTW). Using data from these programs, this study examines differences in residential location and employment outcomes between voucher recipients with access to automobiles and those without. Overall, the findings underscore the positive role of automobiles in outcomes for housing voucher participants.