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For agencies interested in learning more about HUD’s Moving to Work Demonstration Program


Considering MTW?

What is the Moving to Work Demonstration Program?

A HUD initiative, MTW enables public housing authorities to create and test innovations that are designed to help residents become self-sufficient, increase housing choices for low-income families, and boost the cost-effectiveness of the agency.

How can we help?

HAI Group has partnered with various industry groups, including the Public and Affordable Housing Research Corporation (PAHRC), the Council of Large Public Housing Authorities (CLPHA), the Public Housing Director’s Association (PHADA), the National Association of Housing and Redevelopment Officials (NAHRO), and the MTW Steering Committee to bring you exclusive resources and original research as you explore this exciting new opportunity.

MTW Resources

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The MTW Guide
Navigating uncharted territory can be challenging, which is why you need The MTW Guide. Created with the Center for Urban and Regional Studies at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, this resource is a must-read for:

• Housing agencies that are considering MTW
• MTW agencies that want to learn from their peers
• Public housing agencies that are interested in implementing MTW best practices

Download the Guide

MTW Research

Testing Performance Measures for the MTW Program
This landmark study is the first to examine MTW performance across all agencies participating in the program.
Read the Report
Read the Executive Summary

Innovations in the Moving to Work Demonstration
This study catalogues more than 300 innovations that MTW agencies have implemented.
Read the Report
Read the Executive Summary

Local Decision-Making in the Moving to Work Program
This timely whitepaper builds on recent MTW studies and investigates policy tradeoffs made by MTW agencies to meet the needs of their communities.
Read the Whitepaper

Innovation in Public Housing: The Moving to Work Demonstration
This report clarifies and catalogs the various initiatives that public housing agencies have implemented as part of their participation in MTW.
Read the Report

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2019 MTW Conference: Bringing Innovation Home

Join your peers this April in Washington, D.C., as we discuss innovative ideas, share best practices, learn about the latest MTW research, and more. Space is limited.

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At this time, registration is open to MTW agencies only.

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MTW Resources from HUD

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