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Building Wealth and Health Network: A Microfinance/TANF Demonstration Project

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ClinicalTrials.gov Identifier: NCT02577705
Recruitment Status : Completed
First Posted : October 16, 2015
Last Update Posted : February 1, 2017
Sponsor:
Information provided by (Responsible Party):
Mariana Chilton, PhD, MPH, Drexel University

No Study Results Posted on ClinicalTrials.gov for this Study
Recruitment Status : Completed
Actual Primary Completion Date : December 31, 2015
Actual Study Completion Date : December 31, 2015
Publications:
Dworsky, A. and M.E. Courtney, Barriers to employment among TANF applicants and their consequences for self-sufficiency. Families in Society-the Journal of Contemporary Social Services, 2007. 88(3): p. 379-389.
Trisi, D. and L. Pavetti, TANF Weakening as a Safety Net for Poor Families, in Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, http://www.cbpp.org/cms/index.cfm?fa=view&id=3700, Editor. 2012, Center on Budget and Policy Priorities: Washington, D.C
Bloom, D., P.J. Loprest, and S.R. Zedlewski, TANf recipients with barriers to employment. Washington, DC: The Urban Institute. Temporary Assistance for Needy Families Program—Research Synthesis Brief, 2011. 1
Loprest, P. and E. Maag, Disabilities among TANF recipients: Evidence from NHIS. 2009, The Urban Institute: Washington, D.C.
Bowie, S.L. and D.M. Dopwell, Metastressors as barriers to self-sufficiency among TANF-reliant African American and Latina women. Affilia, 2013
Frogner, B., R. Moffit, and D. Ribar, Leaving Welfare: Long-Term Evidence from Three Cities. Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University. https://orchid. hosts. jhmi. edu/wfp/files/WP10-01_Leaving% 20Welfare. pdf, 2010.
Phillips, S.D. and A.J. Dettlaff, More than parents in prison: The broader overlap between the criminal justice and child welfare systems. Journal of Public Child Welfare, 2009. 3(1): p. 3-22.
Travis, J., Families and Children of Offenders Who Return Home. Fed. Probation, 2005. 69: p. 31
Head, V.B., C.E., Ovwigho, P, Criminal History as an employment barrier for TANF recipients. 2009, University of Maryland Baltimore: Baltimore.
Evans, G.W., J. Brooks-Gunn, and P.K. Klebanov, Stressing out the poor: Chronic physiological stress and the income-achievement gap. Community Investments, 2011(Fall): p. 22-27.
Randles, J.M., Partnering and Parenting in Poverty: A Qualitative Analysis of a Relationship Skills Program for Low‐Income, Unmarried Families. Journal of Policy Analysis and Management, 2014. 33(2): p. 385-412.
Pavetti, L., M.K. Derr, and H. Hesketh, Review of sanction policies and research studies. report from Mathematica Policy Research, Inc., to the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation, US Department of Health and Human Services (March 2003), 2003.
Lens, V., Work sanctions under welfare reform: Are they helping women achieve self-sufficiency. Duke J. Gender L. & Pol'y, 2006. 13: p. 255
Pavetti, L., et al., The use of TANF work-oriented sanctions in Illinois, New Jersey, and South Carolina. Washington, DC: Mathematica Policy Research, Inc, 2004
Kalil, A., K.S. Seefeldt, and H.c. Wang, Sanctions and material hardship under TANF. Social Service Review, 2002. 76(4): p. 642-662.
Oggins, J. and A. Fleming, Welfare reform sanctions and financial strain in a food-pantry sample. J. Soc. & Soc. Welfare, 2001. 28: p. 101
Reichman, N.E., J.O. Teitler, and M.A. Curtis, TANF Sanctioning and Hardship. The Social Service Review, 2005. 79(2): p. 215-236,403-404.
Larson, A.M., S. Singh, and C. Lewis, Sanctions and Education Outcomes for Children in TANF Families. Child & Youth Services, 2011. 32(3): p. 180-199.
Stegman, M.A. and R. Faris, Welfare, work and banking: The use of consumer credit by current and former TANF recipients in Charlotte, North Carolina. Journal of Urban Affairs, 2005. 27(4): p. 379-402.
Zhan, M., S.G. Anderson, and J. Scott, Financial management knowledge of the low-income population: Characteristics and needs. Journal of Social Service Research, 2006. 33(1): p. 93-106
Anderson, S., M. Zhan, and J. Scott, Improving the knowledge and attitudes of low-income families about banking and predatory financial practices. Families in Society: The Journal of Contemporary Social Services, 2007. 88(3): p. 443-452.
Sullivan, J.X., Welfare Reform, Saving, and Vehicle Ownership Do Asset Limits and Vehicle Exemptions Matter? Journal of human resources, 2006. 41(1): p. 72-105.
FDIC Unbanked/Underbanked Survey Study Group, 2011 FDIC National Survey of Unbanked and Underbanked Households, F.D.E. Corportaion, Editor. 2012, Federal Deposit Ensurance Corportaion: Washington, D.C.
Sherraden, M.W., Assets and the poor: a new American welfare policy. 1991, Armonk, N.Y.: M.E. Sharpe. xviii, 324 p.
Shapiro, T.M. and E.N. Wolff, Assets for the poor: the benefits of spreading asset ownership. The Ford Foundation series on asset building. 2001, New York: Russell Sage Foundation. xiv, 389 p.
Sherraden, M.W., Inclusion in the American dream: assets, poverty, and public policy. 2005, New York: Oxford University Press. xxii, 409 p.
Shanks, T.R. and C. Robinson, Over-stressed kids: Examining the impact of economic security on children and families, A.E. Casey, Editor. 2011: Baltimore, MD.
Brooks, J. and K. Wiedrich, Assets & Opportunity Scorecard: A Portrait of financial insecurity and Policies to Rebuild Prosperity in America, in CFED, http://scorecard.cfed.org, Editor. 2012: Washington, D.C.
Hendey, L., S.-M. McKernan, and B. Woo, Weathering the Recession: The Financial Crisis and Family Wealth Changes in Low-Income Neighborhoods, T.A.E.C.F.a.t.U. Institute, Editor. 2012: Baltimore, MD, and Washington, DC.
Hong, P., J. Polanin, and T. Pigott, Validation of the Employment Hope Scale: measuring psychological self-sufficiency among low-income jobseekers. Research on Social Work Practice, 2012. 22(3): p. 323-332.
Hong, P.Y.P., The employment hope scale: Measuring an empowerment pathway to employment success. 2013, Loyola University Chicago
Schwarzer, R., Jerusalem, M., Generalized Self-Efficacy scale, in Measures in health psychology: A user's portfolio. Causal and control beliefs, J. Weinman, Wright, S., Johnston, M., Editor. 1995, NFER-NELSON: Windsor, England. p. 35-37.
Bickel, G., et al., Guide to measuring household food security. US Department of Agriculture, Food and Nutrition Service, Office of Analysis, Nutrition, and Evaluation. http://www. fns. usda. gov/fsec/FILES/Guide% 20to% 20Measuring% 20Household% 20Food% 20Security (3-23-00). pdf, 2000.
Bickel, G., et al., Measuring Food Security in the United States: Guide to Measuring Household Food Security. 2000, US Department of Agriculture, Food and Nutrition Service, Office of Analysis and Evaluation: Alexandria, VA.
Blake, K.S., R.L. Kellerson, and A. Simic, Measuring overcrowding in housing. Washington, DC: Department of Housing and Urban Development, Office of Policy Development and Research, 2007.
Radloff, L.S., The CES-D scale: A self-report depression scale for research in the general population. Applied Psychological Measurement, 1977. 1: p. 385-401
Glascoe, F.P., Scoring, Administration and Interpretation Guidelines, in Collaborating with parents: Using Parents' Evaluation of Developmental Status to detect and address developmental and behavioral problems. 1998, Ellsworth & Vandermeer Press: Nashville, TN, US. p. 9-30.
Richters, J.E. and W. Saltzman, Survey of Exposure to Community Violence: Parent report version. 1990: J.E. Richters.
Scarpa, A., et al., Community Violence Exposure in University Students A Replication and Extension. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 2002. 17(3): p. 253-272.
Osborne, C. and J. Knab, Work, welfare, and young children's health and behavior in the Fragile Families and Child Wellbeing Study. Children and Youth Services Review, 2007. 29(6): p. 762-781.
Wildeman, C., Paternal Incarceration and Children's Physically Aggressive Behaviors Evidence from the Fragile Families and Child Wellbeing Study. Social Forces, 2010. 89(1): p. 285-309.
Schwarzer, R., Everything you wanted to know about the General Self-Efficacy Scale but were afraid to ask: documentation of the General Self-Efficacy Scale. 2014.

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