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The increases in unemployment and financial hardship brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic has led to concerns about increased levels of eviction and homelessness. During this webinar, Stephen Metraux presented findings about the nature and extent of such housing needs specifically in Delaware. The following panelists then provided their input on upcoming housing need in Delaware:
The conversation was moderated by Sean O'Neill, Policy Scientist at the Institute for Public Administration.
This event was presented by the Center for Community Research & Service and the Institute for Public Administration at the Biden School for Public Policy and Administration at the University of Delaware.
With 160 people in attendance, Thursday's webinar on Housing Assistance Amidst the COVID-19 Pandemic included thoughtful discussion from panelists and a lively question and answer session with webinar participants.
You can download a PDF of the slide deck and view the recording on UD Capture. The video is also displayed below.
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