Return on Investment in Supportive Housing in Minnesota

The purposes of this study were to estimate the return on investing in supportive housing in Minnesota and to compare the relative economic value of the benefits of supportive housing programs for families, single adults, and unaccompanied youth with their associated costs. In addition, we report the economic value that accrues to taxpayers as well as to society by adding in the wage gains for individuals after entering supportive housing.


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Return on Investment in Supportive Housing in Minnesota, Full ReportCost-benefit StudyJanuary 2012Richard Chase, Omar Da’ar, Jose Diaz
Return on Investment in Supportive Housing in Minnesota, SummaryCost-benefit StudyJanuary 2012Richard Chase, Omar Da’ar, Jose Diaz

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