Publications & Resources

The latest research, information about other mobility programs, publications, and other housing mobility resources.


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Stefanie DeLuca and Jessi Stafford, “Finding Home: Voices of the Baltimore Housing Mobility Program” (The Century Foundation, March 11, 2014)

“Fighting Segregation in Housing: There’s a map for that,” (Lawrence Lanahan, February 5, 2014)

Susan Popkin, “The risks girls in disadvantaged communities face – and how to keep them safer” (Urban Institute, February 2014)

Richard Rothstein, “The Urban Poor Shall Inherit Poverty” (American Prospect, January 2014)

Robert Sampson, “Division Street, U.S.A.” (New York Times, 10/26/2013)

“Marching from Neighborhoods of Distress to Neighborhoods of Opportunity,” (Margery Turner, August 2013)

“In Chicago, Public Housing Experiment Enters New Phase,” (Cheryl Corley, June 24, 2013)

“Housing Mobility: What Do Housing Voucher Recipients Want?” (Connecticut Fair Housing Center, April 2013)

“Changing Neighborhoods Can Change Your Life,” – an NPR report about Housing Choice Partners’ mobility program in Chicago (Krissy Clark, February 13, 2013)

Nathan Fox, “Community violence, toxic stress and developing brains” (Early Childhood Matters, November 2012)

Did Somebody Say Neighborhoods Don’t Matter? (Margery Turner, September 2012)

“Baltimore Public Housing Families Applaud Settlement of Fair Housing Lawsuit at Hearing” (NAACP Legal Defense Fund, 2012)

“Voices of Integration” in Social Science Literature (Alyssa Wallace, 2011)

Integration Stories from Baltimore (PRRAC & Baltimore Regional Housing Campaign, 2010)

New Homes, New Neighborhoods, New Schools: A Progress Report on the Baltimore Housing Mobility Program by Lora Engdahl (PRRAC and the Baltimore Regional Housing Campaign, October 2009)



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Mobility Works (Inclusive Communities Project, April 2013)

Expanding Choice in the Choice Neighborhoods Initiative (webinar slides, April 2013)

Expanding Choice: Practical Strategies for Building a Successful Housing Mobility Program(February 2013)

Alexander Polikoff, “Housing Voucher Mobility: An Overlooked Fair Housing Issue” (John Marshall Law Review, 2013)

Intergenerational Impacts of Concentrated Poverty – What Can Be Done? (Poverty & Race forum, 2013)

Policy Brief: Potential Sources of Funding for Housing Mobility Counseling Programs (August 2012)

“Prescription for a New Neighborhood: Housing mobility can complement community revitalization for children with serious health challenges” (Shelterforce magazine, July 2012)

Stefanie DeLuca, Learning from Voucher Families: Close Ups of the Search and Relocation Process in Mobile & Baltimore (Powerpoint presentation at HUD, July 2011)

The Impact of Source of Income Laws on Voucher Utilization and Locational Outcomes by Lance Freeman (HUD PD&R, February 2011)

“The Prospects for Guiding Housing Choice Voucher Households to High-Opportunity Neighborhoods,” by Kirk McClure, Cityscape, Vol. 12, No. 3 (January 2011)

Getting Past “No”: Housing Choice Voucher Holders’ Experiences with Discrimination and Search Costs by Martha Galvez (prepared for PRRAC, May 2010)

Annotated Bibliography of Housing Mobility Research 2010-2012 – Prepared for the Fifth National Conference on Assisted Housing Mobility (June 11-12, 2012)

Policy Brief: Prescription for a New Neighborhood? Housing Vouchers as a Public Health Intervention (PRRAC, July 2010)


Let ‘other’ children into the inn
Blurb: Read this column by Inclusive Communities Project vice president Demetria McCain, The Dallas Morning News, April 24, 2015

Is Ending Segregation the Key to Ending Poverty?
Features a Housing Choice Partners client, February 3, 2015

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Social impact investing and housing mobility
How can we capture the proven health benefits of housing mobility to fund more programs in cities that need them? Read this exploratory piece on the Pay for Success website, previewing a forthcoming white paper, October 21, 2014

Neighborhoods, Opportunities, and the Housing Choice Voucher Program
NYU Furman Center’s “Dream Revisited” series sponsored by the Furman Center; Commentary by Barbara Sard, Sandra Henriquez, Stephen Norman, Phil Tegeler, and Stefanie Deluca, 2014

Low-Income Housing In High-Income Frisco Is Breaking Stereotypes
KERA News, February 19, 2014

Changing neighborhoods can change your life
Marketplace, February 13, 2013

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