National Evaluation of the Welfare-to-Work Grants Program: Final Report. Scale of Operation

09/01/2004

Many of the WtW programs in the study sites were operated on a modest scale by community-based organizations or local agencies. Most served only a few hundred enrollees each year. The main exceptions were Philadelphia and Chicago. The Phil@Work program, operated in a single location by the nonprofit Transitional Work Corporation with total funding exceeding $20 million, enrolled about 7,500 individuals during the evaluation period. The contractors providing services for the Chicago Mayors Office of Workforce Development enrolled about 8,900.

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