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To Build the Future, Housing Authorities, Schools Join Forces

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.

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A Framework to Improve Community & Enhance the Quality of Life of Millions

The WIN Measures tool is a living library of common measures using hundreds of data sources from across different sectors.

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Bridging the Gap — Successful Health and Community Development Partnerships in Practice

Interested in developing a health strategy with partnerships outside of your own sector? Our August 8th webinar explored how to do it.

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Fast Fact: PACE can enable two million people to live in their communities. But only two percent are enrolled.

The Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE) is a successful integrated care model with potential to help many more than it currently serves.

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Continuing the Conversation: Promoting Inclusive Social Dynamics in Mixed-Income Communities

The Mixed-Income Strategic Alliance highlights the best practices and follow-up take-a-ways from our June Network Commons.

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Powerful open data tool illustrates life expectancy gaps are larger in more racially segregated cities

Racial segregation has been associated with lower life expectancy. A new analysis using the City Health Dashboard shows that, overall, cities with higher levels of racial residential segregation have disturbingly large gaps in life expectancy—up to 30 years.

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August 8 Webinar: Bridging the Gap — Successful Health and Community Development Partnerships in Practice

Join the Build Healthy Places Network and NeighborWorks America in a webinar diving into the innovative work happening across the health and community development sectors.

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Fast Fact: Declining Supply of Affordable Housing Will Impact Seniors’ Ability to Age in their Communities

On average, only 35 affordable rental homes exist for every 100 extremely low-income renter households (households that earn 30 percent of the median income). Twenty-six percent of extremely low-income renters are seniors.

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