HUD USER is an online resource for housing research and information, which is provided as a service by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. They’ve recently published several articles about affordable housing, policy, and community development issues that may be of interest to public health professionals.
Here are some of the articles from HUD USER:
- Housing as a Portal to Better Educational and Life Outcomes The Edge, March 2015
- HUD’s Research NOFA The Edge, March 2015
- Housing for Low-Income and Homeless in Mesa The Edge, February 2015
- Insights on Childhood Stress: What Does It Mean for Children in Poverty? The Edge, February 2015
- Advancing Toward High-Performance Homes and Communities The Edge, January 2015
- How Neighborhoods Matter for Latino and African-American Children The Edge, January 2015
- Increasing Community Capacity for Recovery and Resilience The Edge, January 2015
- Sacramento, California: Smart Growth in Historic Alkali Flat Case Studies, March 2015
- Sinai Community Institute: Health-Based Community Development in Chicago Case Studies, January 2015
- Federal Disaster Policy: Toward a More Resilient Future Evidence Matters, Winter 2015
- Preparing for the Next Disaster: Three Models of Building Resilient Communities Evidence Matters, Winter 2015
- The Research Basis for Disaster Resilience Evidence Matters, Winter 2015
If you’re interesting in more information, you can visit the HUD USER site at www.huduser.org.