Why Advocates for Rural Health and Health Equity Should Work Together.
Enterprise Community Partners has released new tools to support the development of a Health Action Plan, integrating health promotion into the affordable housing development process.
It’s easy to quickly refocus the conversation on the problems our organizations are set up to fix—here’s why we shouldn’t.
New Podcast Episode Featuring Build Healthy Places Network’s Douglas Jutte: Socially Determined
Fostering Healthy Neighborhoods: Alignment across the Community Development, Financial Well-Being and Health sectors
The Community Reinvestment Act (CRA) is now under threat. In January, the three regulatory agencies overseeing the CRA proposed significant changes.
As HUD moves to repeal AFFH, it’s time for action
Do any of these scenarios sound familiar?: You’re trying to set up financing for a project, but the people you’re talking to don’t seem to realize that you will have to cover an appraisal gap because the sales price of the finished house will be less than what it cost you buy and rehab it. …
There are three separate, but related challenges to our ability to translate measures portfolios like Culture of Health into sustainable action to advance health equity that must be addressed.
Whether it’s chasing the flicker of lightning bugs in the summer, making new friends as you play sports at a park, or digging into the rich soil of a community garden with neighbors, time spent in the great outdoors enriches our existence.
Understanding the reasons hospitals and health systems are changing their investment strategies is important for all communities.