This report draws on the experiences of hospitals and health systems that have invested in affordable housing as a way to improve public health outcomes in their communities.
This CHAM webinar highlights the work of three organizations on the forefront of a new and expanded commitment to resident services.
By 2030 the elder population is projected to outnumber children. Along with this demographic shift is a growing inequality within the country’s aging populationin achieving housing stability and financial security.
In this webinar panelists reflect on ways that partnerships between health anchors and community development organizations can help realize equitable neighborhood outcomes.
The guide is informed by Urban Institute’s research examining the current practice as well as the motivations, opportunities, and barriers nonprofit hospitals and health systems face to initiating and broadening investments in housing development.