The 2015 installment of Paycheck to Paycheck from the Center for Housing Policy at the National Housing Conference explores ways in which millennials are different from common perceptions and looks at workers in five occupations filled by many millennials workers and the housing affordability challenges they face. This supplemental research note examines the various other household necessities that makes the housing cost burden more evident for working households.
This case study examines the partnership between Google Fiber and Austin’s Housing Authority and how they are working together to bring in-home connectivity to broadband Internet to public housing residents.
This case study looks at Eden Housing’s Cottonwood Place and ways the affordable senior development is incorporating in-home broadband access for residents.
This brief presents four ideas for improving the flexibility of inclusionary housing and expanding the menu of options available to developers – while at the same time promoting mixed-income neighborhoods.
The Creston Avenue Residence is the first supportive housing project to open using MRT capital funds.
The Georgia Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention program was launched in 1997 with state funding to carry out lead poisoning prevention activities and connect families who have children with elevated blood levels to resources for help.
Hennepin Health is a partnership of four Hennepin County agencies: Metropolitan Health Plan, Hennepin County Medical Center (HCMC), NorthPoint Health and Wellness Center, and the Human Services and Public Health Department of Hennepin County.
New research from Children’s HealthWatch illustrates there is no safe level of homelessness. The timing (pre-natal, post-natal) and duration of homelessness (more or less than six months) compounds the risk of harmful child health outcomes.
Affordable Housing’s Place in Health Care: Opportunities Created by the Affordable Care Act and Medicaid Reform
The paper explains how the Medicaid program works and key changes made by the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and prior health care reform efforts have altered the health care sector to focus more on prevention, care coordination, and the social needs of Medicaid beneficiaries.
Housing and Services Needs of our Changing Veteran Population: Serving Our Older Veterans, Female Veterans, and Post-9/11 Veterans
Understanding how the veteran population is changing—and will change in the future— is critical to developing policies and programs to meet their housing and service needs. Older veterans (age 55 and older), who currently make up the largest cohort of the US veteran population, increasingly will need housing and supportive services that can enable them to age in their homes or communities.