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HUD Conducting Survey of All RRH Programs

In April and May, HUD will be conducting a web-based survey of all rapid re-housing (RRH) programs as part of a national study to explore and document how RRH programs currently serve and interact with homeless households. RRH programs across the country, including Continuum of Care (CoC) program- and Emergency Solutions Grants (ESG) program-funded projects, will receive an email from HUD with a link to the web-based survey. The purpose of the study is to allow HUD, as well as researchers and practitioners around the country, to better understand how RRH programs are being implemented nationwide.

HUD is looking for your input. To make the results as useful as possible, it is important that all RRH programs complete and submit the survey. The survey should take approximately 30 minutes to complete. You can access the survey by clicking on the link within the email message, then entering information about your RRH project directly into the web-based survey form.

I’d like to participate, but didn’t receive an invitation to complete the survey. If your RRH project’s program director has not received a link to the survey by April 30th, please contact Abt Associates by emailing rrhsurvey@abtassoc.com. In the email, please include your program’s name, address, and the name and contact information of the person at your project who should complete the survey.

Questions? If you have other questions about the survey, or want more information, please contact the study team at: rrhsurvey@abtassoc.com.

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