MacArthur Foundation supports more balanced, forward-looking housing policies that acknowledge the importance of affordable rental housing and the role that various attributes of housing may play in promoting strong, resilient families and vibrant communities.
Joint Center for Housing Studies at Harvard University advances understanding of housing issues and informs policy through its research, education, and public outreach programs.
Enterprise Community Partners creates opportunity for low- and moderate-income people through affordable housing in diverse, thriving communities.
National Alliance to End Homelessness, Solutions page focuses on effective, efficient solutions to homelessness, as well as programs designed to assist low-income people increase their income.
Center for Evidence-Based Solutions to Homelessness covers all of the major areas that comprise the field of homelessness, including the diverse populations of people who experience homelessness – from military veterans and people with chronic patterns of homelessness to families with children and unaccompanied youth – and the policies and programs that are intended to serve these different groups.
The 32nd edition of the Annie E. Casey Foundation's KIDS COUNT® Data Book describes how children across the United States were faring before — and during — the coronavirus pandemic. This 2021publication continues to deliver the Foundation’s annual state rankings and the latest available data on child well-being. It identifies multiyear trends — comparing statistics from 2010 to 2019. In addition, the report shares data on how families endured throughout the pandemic.
The Urban Institute's Data Catalog includes data sets on education, family, health policy, poverty, children, labor force, housing, race, economic growth, youth, immigration and more.
The Census Bureau’s housing data present a comprehensive picture of housing in America. You’ll find a wide range of data on the size, age and type of American homes; home values, rents and mortgages, affordability, the housing and construction industry, and more.
The Census Bureau conducts surveys to provide periodic and comprehensive statistics about the nation on current facts, quality data and figures about America’s people, places, and economy. Surveys include statistics about America's changing population, housing and workforce, state and local government, public finance and public employment, a count of every resident in the U.S. every 10 years, employer businesses, industry, geography, and more. Along with collecting information about cost for the data and services provided, the survey results are critical for government programs, policies, and decision-making.