This edition: Timothy Casey and Ellen Amstutz on New York City's welfare reformTweet
Original tape date: January 12, 2000.
Host, David R. Jones, President of the Community Service Society of New York, discusses New York City's welfare reform with Ellen Amstutz, Senior Policy Analyst for the Community Service Society of New York, and Timothy Casey, Director of the Department of Policy, Advocacy and Research of the Federation of Protestant Welfare Agencies. Amstutz and Casey describe New York City's welfare reform program and the benefits offered to participants. They explain how the reform impacts those in the welfare program, and how the possible long-term effects could affect the city's poor population.
Ellen Amstutz Senior Policy Analyst, Community Service Society
Timothy Casey Director, Department of Policy, Advocacy and Research of the Federation of Protestant Welfare Agencies
David R. Jones President & CEO, Community Service Society of New York
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