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Increasing health care providers and community member’s knowledge of issues that directly affect low-income populations and public housing residents. Publications include vital information on various health topics as well as tools to improve service delivery specifically tailored for health care providers and public housing residents.

Needs Assessments

NCHPH Needs Assessments identify pressing needs or technical issues faced by Health Centers when fulfilling HRSA’s performance requirements, as well as emerging issues related to the service of public housing residents

Case Studies

Public housing residents often have complex health conditions and are at risk for experiencing homelessness or housing instability. Partnerships between health and housing agencies can improve access to comprehensive health and social services that support public housing residents. The National Center for Health and Public Housing (NCHPH) and the National Nurse-Led Care Consortium (NNCC) are pleased to support this case study publication highlighting successful Health Center Programs and public housing partnerships to improve the health of public housing residents.
Recruitment and Retention
Qualitative descriptive research used to look at special populations and health center programs as a whole. Data is collected using methods such as observations, interviews, and the examination of records.

Presenting information that focuses on health issues which pertain to residents of public housing. Resources found here are tailored specifically to patients and health care providers of public housing residents.

Disseminating comprehensive and relevant information on specific topics that have significant impact on PHPC grantees and the populations they serve.

NCHPH tools assist health centers with improving the quality of care delivered to residents of public housing.
Poster Vignettes

Evocative posters designed to help residents of public housing understand the new health insurance changes and walk them through what they should expect when visiting their primary care provider.
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