Homelessness

Improving health through housing

Social determinants of health are garnering increased attention, especially as research continues to show just how much unmet social needs significantly affect our health.

It is often said that zip code is more important that genetic code in determining overall health and wellness.

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COVID-19 and housing for people experiencing homelessness: Today’s innovations, tomorrow’s solutions

To meet the needs of individuals experiencing homelessness as well as to help curtail COVID-19’s trajectory, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends that those individuals with suspected or confirmed COVID-19 cases live in housing that isolates them from others.

It’s a common-sense recommendation as the number one call to action to control this pandemic is social distancing – living and working apart from one another as much as possible.

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Ending homelessness: A year-round job

The holiday lights have come down. The carolers have gone home.

The official “season of giving,” of volunteering and donating to our favorite causes at a rapid clip, is over.

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