Urban Institute’s recently released report, Emerging Strategies for Integrating Health and Housing presents six case studies that provide solid evidence and real world examples of the promising successes of cross-sector collaboration to improve the health of vulnerable populations. As pioneers in of health and housing partnerships, Stewards of Affordable Housing for the Future (SAHF) and its members understand the importance of the evidence and lessons shared in this report to expanding collaboration. As momentum grows in this space, we are encouraged by this burgeoning evidence that supports the tenacity of our members in using housing as a platform to improve health outcomes.
Stewards of Affordable Housing for the Future (SAHF) recently released the Efficiency Opportunities in Multifamily Common Area Laundry Facilities study. This new study examines how laundry is managed in multifamily housing and the types of machines commonly used.
A recent report from the George Washington University Milken School of Public Health that outlines policy recommendations and strategies to expand the role of tax-exempt hospitals in community health improvement via community benefit spending.
For this report, we interviewed property owners, investors and syndicators, experts in the fields of multifamily energy retrofits and/or investor protocols and processes, on the challenges and hurdles faced when finding financial resources to fund retrofits.