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AFI Data Program Evaluation

Published: May 30, 2012
Audience:
Assets for Independence (AFI)
Category:
About, Data

Publications and Reports


AFI Report to Congress

The Office of Community Services provides reports to Congress on the status of AFI Program implementation. The reports are based largely on data submitted annually by each grantee, as required by the program authorizing legislation.

Current Report to Congress 

 

  • Tenth Interim Report to Congress
  • Executive Summary 
  • Fact sheet of key outcomes

          Status of the program as of September 30, 2009
          Submitted to Congress on October 15, 2010

Program Evaluation

AFI is a demonstration program established to investigate new strategies for helping low-income families become economically self-sufficient. To better evaluate effective projects, the Office of Community Services is financing a long-term national process and impact evaluation of the program. Each AFI Project provides annual information for the study, and the program evaluation team conducts intensive data collection and interviews at a small but representative number of projects. The evaluation also includes information about the impact of the program on a group of approximately 600 individual project participants.

  • Assets for Independence Process Study
    • Executive Summary 
  • Assets for Independence Impact Study
    • Executive Summary