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Survey Finds Health Needs in Redeveloping Choice Neighborhoods

Through the Choice Neighborhoods Initiative, the federal government has provided grants for the redevelopment of poor quality federally-subsidized housing in distressed neighborhoods….

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For Children & Mothers, Eviction Has Long-term Consequences

As millions of families in the United States experience eviction, little research exists of the impact of eviction on their lives. In a study published by Social Forces, researchers analyzed the…

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Even Prenatally, Homelessness Harms Children’s Health

A large body of research shows that experiencing homelessness at a young age negatively impacts growth and development. The stress associated with homelessness can lead to permanent, negative changes…

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Paseo Verde: Childhood Wellness through Healthy, Affordable Housing

In a low-income Philadelphia community, for-profit and non-profit developers partnered to create Paseo Verde, a high-quality housing development with an emphasis on resident and community health….

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