The Family Options Study is a multi-site random assignment experiment designed to study the impact of various housing and services interventions for homeless families.
The Moving to Opportunity for Fair Housing Demonstration was a unique housing mobility demonstration that tested whether offering housing vouchers to families living in public housing projects in high-poverty neighborhoods of large cities could improve their lives and the lives of their children by allowing them to move to lower-poverty neighborhoods.
The Sustainable Construction in Indian Country initiative, a congressionally mandated effort of HUD PD&R in partnership with HUD’s Office of Native American Programs, promoted and supported sustainable construction practices in Native communities, helping tribes provide their members with healthier, more comfortable, and more resource-efficient homes.
Worst case housing needs is a long-standing measure of the extent of unmet needs for affordable rental housing of adequate quality, including public rental assistance. Since 1991, HUD has produced a regular report analyzing the current state and long-term trends of the worst case housing needs in the United States.