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Jul/Aug 1996

Issue #88


An Interview with Wendy R. Sherman

Wendy R. Sherman was recently appointed President and CEO of the Fannie Mae Foundation, as part of a significant expansion and restructuring that will make the Foundation an even more […]


Service-Enriched Housing

Breaking the Cycle of Poverty Through Empowerment In response to the housing crisis in the United States, nonprofit organizations have emerged as major players. Because many of these new developers […]


Halfway Home

A transitional housing and treatment center in Newark helps women re-learn how to live As Diane Glauber points out in this issue, transitional housing is often viewed more as a […]


Building Links

Baltimore’s Community Housing Associates provides permanent, supportive, scattered site housing for people with mental illness The mental health community has come to view stable housing as critical to the continued […]

Reform or Cost-Shifting?

It’s ironic that a member of the generation that helped create America’s social welfare system- a system that lifted half the nation’s elderly out of poverty and provided housing, food, […]

Shelter Shorts


MAYORS, ADVOCATES FEAR CUTS Mayor Edward G. Rendell of Philadelphia is one of the first big-city mayors to cite new state welfare regulations as a direct factor in the need […]



Amidst a flurry of last-minute activity on August 2, the recess bell rang at the Capitol, and the House and Senate headed home for summer vacation until after Labor Day. […]