scatter-site

scat·ter-site

(skăt′ər-sīt′)
adj.
Relating to or being publicly funded low-income housing units scattered throughout middle-income residential areas.
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Since 2007, its THP+P program has offered rent subsidies for 20 additional beds at scatter-site apartments and six slots in San Jose University dorms, helping almost 90 percent establish permanent residencies.
Jericho Project currently serves 300 men and women in five meticulously managed supportive housing residences and one scatter-site program.
These they outstripped with Draconian plans for white-ethnic neighborhoods--doomed experiments in busing and scatter-site, low-income housing.