Thursday, October 29 | 2:00 p.m. ET
Leaders in the health and housing industries recognize that successful collaboration between their sectors can improve the health and wellbeing of low-income individuals. Building on an earlier survey of the field of programs offered, a new study by CLPHA and the Public and Affordable Housing Research Corporation (PAHRC) maps the evolution of resident health initiatives and health-sector partnerships at housing agencies.
On Thursday, October 29, at 2 p.m. ET, join CLPHA and PAHRC for our webinar How Housing-Health Partnerships Evolve to Help Residents Achieve Successful Outcomes, where CLPHA Health Research & Policy Manager Steve Lucas and researchers from PAHRC share the results from our new study. You’ll learn critical aspects of successful PHA-health partnerships as we examine resident health initiatives within 17 PHAs across the country, with a focus on changes in organizational goals and structures.
This webinar features a Q&A session with the study’s authors, followed by a discussion with practitioners at Bath Housing in Maine and the Minneapolis Public Housing Authority, a CLPHA member. They will share challenges and successes faced when building resident health-focused programs and partnerships within their organization.
Questions? Contact Kelly McElwain at firstname.lastname@example.org or 800.873.0242, ext. 259
Stephen Lucas, Health Research and Policy Manager, CLPHA
Keely Stater, Director of Research and Industry Intelligence, PAHRC
Kelly McElwain, Research Analyst, PAHRC
Debora Keller, Executive Director, Bath Housing
Kelly Zelenka, Assistant Director, Community Connections, Minneapolis Public Housing Authority