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Financing Employment Programs for Homeless People Toolkit

Date Published: January 2009


Increasingly, homeless assistance providers need to find creative ways to finance employment services for homeless people and other disadvantaged jobseekers. This PowerPoint slide presentation, with detailed notes, provides in-depth information about the types of Federal, State, local, and private funding available for employment and training services. Program examples are included to illustrate innovative ways to finance these services. A set of accompanying handouts provides additional information on specific topics or programs.



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Resource Approver:

  • Peer Approved

Author Organization:

  • Advocates for Human Potential
  • ICF International


  • Homelessness Prevention and Assistance
    • Mainstream System Coordination