A profile on the UnitedHealthcare Community & State partnership with Chicanos Por La Causa.
A profile of the Eden Housing collaboration with the Partnership for Children and Youth.
A profile of the Family Independence Initiative and its partnership with National Community Renaissance.
This brief explores the lessons learned from one of the major forms of federal assistance provided to combat the national foreclosure crisis.
The 2016 edition of “Paycheck to Paycheck” focuses on the affordability challenges faced by both teachers and non-instructional school workers by highlighting five of the 81 occupations in the Paycheck to Paycheck database: bus driver, child care teacher, groundskeeper, social worker and high school teacher.
In partnership with Housing Colorado, NHC prepared a brief based on data from “Paycheck to Paycheck” that focuses on the particular housing affordability challenges in the state of Colorado.
This brief provides an introduction to opportunity mapping and outlines its importance in developing more equitable policies.
This research sheds light on the variability of local IZ programs and the types of local jurisdictions that may be more likely to adopt an inclusionary housing policy.
This report explores the effectiveness of inclusionary housing programs.
Affordable and stable housing plays a critical role in supporting the health and well-being of children. Research from Children’s HealthWatch shows public investment in housing—including housing for homeless families and rental assistance for food-insecure families—improves the health outcomes of vulnerable infants and young children and lowers health care spending.