When Sylvia Blanco and her colleagues from the Housing Authority of the City of Austin were presented with an opportunity to collaborate with UnitedHealthcare Community Plan of Texas, it was an easy decision for them.
A joint report by The Public and Affordable Housing Research Corporation & The National Low Income Housing Coalition
As the frequency and severity of weather and climate hazards rises, fully understanding and planning for their potential impact on affordable housing is critical.
This report examines the risks that natural hazards pose to federally assisted housing and its residents using Federal Emergency Managem
Housing Is Working Group, Johns Hopkins University researchers
This webinar will describe new research that shows children whose families participated in a program that helped them move from distressed neighborhoods to areas with lower rates of poverty experienced significant improvements in severe asthma episodes.
Unfortunately, there are more youth experiencing homelessness than there are resources available. Up to 40% of youth experiencing homelessness identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer/questioning (LGBTQ+).
UC Berkeley's Youth Allies Against Homelessness for The Daily Californian
Researchers at UC Berkeley’s Youth and Allies Against Homelessness, or YAAH, conducted a study to better understand how the COVID-19 pandemic disproportionately affected unhoused youth and their ability to transition out of homelessness and into adulthood.