Cross-sector partnerships are tackling the growing problem of social isolation among seniors in our communities, before and after Covid-19.
Are Opportunity Zones a boondoggle for investors or a way to build opportunities in neglected neighborhoods?
Cities and states are taking it upon themselves to address the risk to low-income communities of climate-related displacement.
A growing number of public housing authorities are partnering with local schools to improve community outcomes for young children, because when children do better, communities do too.
Research is documenting the harmful effects on children when families must keep moving to find a safe, affordable home.
Opening a children’s museum seems an unlikely endeavor for a health care system. So does establishing a trendy restaurant district.
As America ages, housing and community development allies work together to develop new choices for seniors. With creative models of long-term care and assisted living continuing to crop up, innovative aging-in-place programs offer an important alternative for many. The variety of options ensures that seniors with different levels of capability and dependence can live safely where they wish.
Children’s hospitals in Ohio are making key investments to address a major cause of poor health — substandard housing.
The causes of poor health are rooted in neighborhood. Partners in San Francisco’s HOPE SF effort are learning the solutions are too.