Participants living in the most socioeconomically deprived neighborhoods had the highest incidence rate of heart failure. To read more click here.
People living in economically distressed neighborhoods often endure multiple environmental hazards every day – and it takes a long-term toll. To read more click here.
What’s Bad for your Wallet Might Be Bad for your Health: The Negative Health Consequences of Spending Too Much on Housing
Although we’ve known that poor housing quality can have negative impacts on a person’s health, a growing body of evidence also ties housing unaffordability to negative health outcomes. To read [...]
Pima County partnered with the Rand Corporation, a nationally recognized organization with vast experience evaluating similar housing programs, and the Corporation for Supportive Housing to [...]
Adequate, safe, and affordable housing is one of our most basic needs. But in the US, access to housing is not guaranteed. Demand for affordable housing is growing, especially as housing costs [...]
Working with a financial coach at the Financial Opportunity Center in Toledo—run by ProMedica in partnership with LISC—this Ohio resident was able to purchase a new home for herself and her adult [...]
While individual-level interventions are beneficial, characterizing them as efforts to address social determinants of health conveys a false sense of progress. To read more click here.