Transforming Chicago’s Public Housing

In particular, former public housing residents feel safer and less economically isolated in their new homes. Feeling safer is huge, says Popkin. We see some reductions in anxiety and mental health just from moving. Displacement still had a heavy cost for residents, however. Children who changed schools often fell behind. Residents were often separated from support networks.
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