With a focus on local cultural and artistic assets, the Jackson Medical Mall Foundation has transformed its campus into a community health center and gathering place.
After learning it was one of the city’s most prolific evictors, a for-profit affordable housing provider created a tenant retention program that’s being touted as a model for other developers.
Some elements of affordable housing—from the development process to the way buildings are managed—are rooted in racist assumptions that dehumanize residents. Here are some simple ways you can be a better housing provider.
Once homeless, Donna persevered with unshakable strength, which landed her in a position she once couldn’t imagine.
Shifting blame from people to ZIP codes is not enough to create healthy communities. Here’s how to do better.
Housing activists want to use this political moment to shift long-standing narratives surrounding housing. From film to theater, here are some arts strategies that might work.
Venturing into supportive housing can be a daunting task for housing providers. The Vancouver Housing Authority shares the insight they’ve gained over the years through doubling their supportive housing units.
NIMBYism is often expressed as concerns about crime, congestion, schools, property values, and “quality of life.” But when developments are built these fears rarely come to pass.