Oct 04


  • Providing shelter and services to a family experiencing homelessness can cost local governments $10,000,[1] which is more than the $9,120 average annual cost of one housing voucher to the federal government[2] 
  1. Evans, William, James Sullivan, and Melanie Wallskog. “The Impact of Homelessness Prevention on Homelessness.” Science, 333:6300 694–6999, 2016. https://science.sciencemag.org/ content/353/6300/694.full.
  2. U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. “Snapshot of Housing Choice Vouchers, 2016,” June 2018, https://www.huduser.gov/portal/elist/2018-june_08.html

One Response to “We can fix evictions for what it costs to allow the problem to continue”

  1. Jessica Osborne says:

    Hi I was looking To Move But I have A Eviction on my name From 3 yrs ago that Might give Me a Problem getting a New places

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