National Evaluation of the Welfare-to-Work Grants Program: Final Report. Organizational Structure

09/01/2004

The grantees typically did not directly provide services to WtW enrollees, but rather contracted with one or more for-profit or nonprofit organizations to provide services. Most grantees funded multiple programs operating in multiple locations, with each contractor designing its own program and operating it independently. For example, there were 20 separate WtW programs in Chicago and 7 in Ft. Worth.(15) Some study grantees  for example, Milwaukee and Phoenix  developed a general program model under the implementation of which in-house staff provided basic services and contractors provided additional services.

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