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Improving Neighborhoods Means Embracing Complexity

by Maya Brennan
While the American Dream envisions success coming from hard work, researchers continually find a connection between current and future well-being and neighborhoods. But identifying…

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Improving Economic Outcomes for Residents in Mixed-Income Developments

By Archana Pyati
In theory, mixed-income communities offer low-income residents a chance to move up the socioeconomic ladder, complete a high school and/or college degree, and lead healthier lives….

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A Small Housing Authority with a Big Vision: How Bath Housing Broke the Mold

By Maya Brennan
What does it take for an organization to break out of its silo and contribute effectively to the needs of people and places? This question lies at the heart of the work of How Housing…

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A Foundation for Building Health into Housing Policy

By David Fukuzawa, Rebecca Morley, and Donald Schwarz
Many of the nation’s most pressing public health problems, such as asthma, depression, diabetes, and obesity, are influenced by where people…

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The Evidence for Addressing Human Needs through Housing

by Maya Brennan
The evidence of the importance of housing for people’s lives is overwhelming. The 90-plus studies now available through How Housing Matters are only a segment of the extensive body…

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