Where you live makes a difference in escaping the impacts of poverty

18 March 2014 Published in What's New?

It's not just a factor in real estate. It's a significant factor in child well-being, a new report on intergenerational poverty concludes.

The report, Intergenerational Poverty: Kids and Communities, examines intergenerational poverty in six ZIP codes in Salt Lake, Davis and Weber counties. More than 1,000 children experiencing intergenerational poverty live in each of the selected ZIP codes.

pdfWhere you live makes a difference in escaping the impacts of poverty (Deseret News, 3-18-14)

To view report, click here.

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