Good quality, affordable and right-sized housing fosters good health. Inadequate housing is directly linked to higher rates of illness and death. Addressing issues like the need for new homes, upgrades to existing rundown housing, rent supplements, emergency relief and eviction prevention is important for building healthy communities.
Recent blog posts
- Removing language barriers for older adults in social housing: Turning research into action
- Erosion of affordable rental housing in Toronto: Findings from the 2021 census
- A new normal for ending homelessness: Collective action towards adequate support