Homelessness among children is correlated with developmental delays, fair or poor health, and high healthcare utilization. Associations of homelessness specifically among infants younger than 12 months, however, are unknown.
Presentations on SPARK Ohio, a kindergarten readiness program, and one of their partners, Akron Housing Authority on how their model works and how housing authorities can be involved in improving educational outcomes for younger residents.
The Moving to Opportunity (MTO) experiment oﬀered randomly selected families living in highpoverty housing projects housing vouchers to move to lower-poverty neighborhoods. We present new evidence on the impacts of MTO on children’s long-term outcomes using administrative data from tax returns.
This policy brief examines how the physical inspection process can promote healthy affordable housing. A review of housing quality issues linked to health and the role of physical inspections to improve health is provided.
As prospects seem to diminish for the next generation being
better off than the current one, it is essential to elevate the
successful work being done to address intergenerational
poverty and create an intergenerational path of opportunity.
Practical State Solutions profiles effective solutions from
The South Lincoln Health Impact Assessment (HIA) focuses on the redevelopment master plan for the Denver Housing Authority’s South Lincoln Homes community in downtown Denver. The rapid HIA and masterplan was a four-month process that began in April 2009.