Growing Strong Study of Unconditional Cash Transfers Plus Peer Support for Families With Babies in Homeless Shelters

Growing Strong Study of Unconditional Cash Transfers Plus Peer Support for Families With Babies in Homeless Shelters

Conditions: Time to Shelter Exit; Family Well-being; Child Well-being
Interventions: Behavioral: Large unconditional cash transfers plus voluntary peer support.; Behavioral: Nominal cash transfers; Behavioral: Passive comparison group
Sponsors: Vanderbilt University; Women in Need (Win); The Samuels Group; New York City Center for Innovation through Data Intelligence (CIDI)
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