People with low incomes and on social assistance face a daunting range of challenges to their well-being — one of which is systemic and damaging health inequities that result in poor health. Read our recommendations on houw reforming the social assistance system must be grounded in solid values, and increase the health and well-being of those who need it most.
Towards a Social Assistance System that Enables Health and Health Equity
November 1, 2011 by Wellesley Institute
Filed Under: Building Healthy Communities, Economics, Health Equity, Health Reform, Income Inequality, Research Methods and Tools Tagged With: child care, health equity, Income inequality, Inequality, Poverty, social assistance, social determinants of health, transportation Publication Type: Publication Papers