Exploring Effects Of Institutional Characteristics On Saving Outcome: The Case Of The Cash & Counseling Program
08/01/2008 | 231 Requests *
This article explores savings outcomes and programmatic factors that may support savings in the Cash & Counseling Demonstration, using a convenience sample of Medicaid and Medicare beneficiaries from three states: Arkansas, Florida, and New Jersey.
Lombe, Margaret; Putnam, Michelle; Huang, Jin
Person Centered Planning; Medicaid; Expenditures; Evidence-Based Practice; Community Inclusion; Cash and Counseling; asset-building policies; poverty-reduction tool; ownership society; asset-building scholarship; asset building for persons with disabilities; IDA demonstration projects; theoretical orientation; effects of institutional characteristics of the Cash and Counseling program on savings; Program savings; Program (Institutional) Facilitators of Saving
Assessments, Newsletter, periodic publication
Journal of Policy Practice
Arkansas, Florida, New York, All States/Territories
Margaret Lombe, PhD,
Graduate School of Social Work, Boston College
305 McGuinn Hall, 140 Commonwealth Avenue
Chestnut Hill, MA 02467-3807
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