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helps low-income families live successfully in "Opportunity Neighborhoods" that offer access to better schools and employment, with less exposure to crime, and better amenities such as transportation, recreational facilities and shopping — all of which can add up to a big overall opportunity to improve the quality of their lives.

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Settling Down Helps Mom Get Job

Adele Ullman learned about the mobility program from a neighbor at the Perkins Homes public housing complex and didn’t care that it might mean moving far from the neighborhood. In fact, “the further away, the better,” Ullman says. She moved to an apartment in Bel Air before settling into a townhouse in Abingdon in Harford County. After taking classes in a training program, she now works as a medical billing clerk. She says her neighbors are "fantastic" and that they sometimes mow one another’s lawns. Her two children have made friends in the neighborhood and are doing well in school.


Julian Castro Should Visit Baltimore on the Way to His New HUD Secretary Desk

As incoming HUD secretary, Castro could look to Baltimore for an example of how a successful housing program can help U.S. cities overcome economic and racial segregation, reports Next City. More information can be found here:



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