Publication Date: May 2005
Publisher: Center for Law and Social Policy
Author(s): Barbara Sard
Research Area: Justice; Social conditions
Coverage: United States
This article describes the interdependence of welfare and housing policies and practices and then discusses what advocates should do to more effectively represent clients and engage in policy work at the state. An earlier version appeared in the January-February issue of the Clearinghouse Review, published by the National Center on Poverty Law.