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Upward Mobility in the Family Self-Sufficiency Program: An Expert Q&A

Amid the US Department of Housing and Urban Development’s (HUD’s) recent emphasis on policies that increase employment among assisted renters, understanding housing-based self-sufficiency…

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Getting There: The Case for Ensuring That All Transit-Oriented Development Is Equitable

by Veronica Gaitán
How people get from place to place shapes every aspect of a community for better or worse—from its economic development, to its social and cultural structures, to its policies…

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Leveraging the HOME Investment Partnerships Program for Maximum Impact

The HOME Investment Partnerships Program provides formula grants to state and local governments to fund the construction, rehabilitation, and purchase of affordable housing for rent or homeownership…

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Why Domestic Violence Organizations Are Core Partners for Housing Providers

by Veronica Gaitán
According to the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence, one in three women and one in four men have experienced physical violence by a partner. Survivors of domestic…

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Early Insights from the Jobs Plus Pilot Program

To address barriers to employment and advancement among public housing residents, who live in some of America’s most economically challenged communities, the Jobs Plus program provides employment…

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Finding Upstream Solutions to Childhood Asthma Triggers in the Home

by Jana Rieker, PR/Communications Director, Healthy Homes Des Moines
Often, partnering across sectors can be bumpy, even with aligned goals. In our work around Des Moines, Iowa, we used an upstream…

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Creating a Door out of Poverty Starts with Partnerships

by Maya Brennan, Jennifer Hicks, and Jennifer Peck
People’s lives center around their home. On average, Americans spend two-thirds of their time either indoors or outdoors at home. For kids under…

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How HUD and Public Housing Authorities Can Support Students

by Martha Galvez and Megan Gallagher
Public schools and public housing authorities (PHAs) share the work of serving some of the nation’s poorest children. Nationwide, nearly 30 percent of all poor…

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What Housing Decision-Makers Should Know about Health Impact Assessments

Housing professionals can play an important role in improving health outcomes, and public health professionals can engage in the development decision-making process to ensure health outcomes are…

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What Public Health Professionals Should Know about Housing

Focused on a public health audience, an issue brief from the Pew Charitable Trusts outlines opportunities for public health professionals to use health impact assessments (HIAs) to engage with the…

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