This report summarizes an evaluation of the effectiveness of a welfare-to-work program that is operated by the Montachusett Opportunity Council (MOC) in Central Massachusetts. The study looks at how effective the program was in helping clients achieve goals towards self-sufficiency and tries to understand the particulars of the trusting relationships between staff and clients that provided the base from which they worked to address multiple concerns impeding family financial self-sufficiency.
This project is a product of the Community Partnership Outreach Center at Fitchburg State College, which was funded through a grant from the Department of Housing and Urban Development.
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Kellner, L. A., Haddad, D., & Forcier, A. G. (2001). "She Even Walked the Dog": The Roles of Relational Context and Goal-Setting in a Welfare to Work Program. The Qualitative Report, 6(3), 1-32. Retrieved from https://nsuworks.nova.edu/tqr/vol6/iss3/4