NeighborWorks America plays a leading role in convening practitioners in the health, housing and community development sectors to create shared solutions toward mutual goals.
Health and Housing Symposium- DC 2014
Recent changes in the U.S. healthcare system offer exciting new opportunitiesl for building bridges between healthcare, housing and community development. This necessitates learning about other sectors, understanding the rapidly evolving environment, and pioneering new joint approaches.
DC NTI Symposium: Exponential Impact: Connecting Health, Housing and Community
December 10, 2014
On December 10, 2014, over 350 leaders from all three sectors gathered in Washington, D.C. at the “Exponential Impact: Connecting Health, Housing and Community” symposium. Recent changes in the U.S. healthcare system have offered an exciting new potential for building bridges between healthcare and the housing and community development sectors. This potential necessitates learning about other sectors, understanding the rapidly evolving environment, and pioneering new joint approaches.
Healthy Communities: Partnerships
The intersection of health and housing is rich in opportunity for collaboration across sectors towards a shared goal – measurably healthier people and communities. We want to contribute to a deeper understanding between those working in health and in housing so that we can all achieve more together.
Boston Breakfast on Health and Housing
February 4, 2014
On February 4, 2014, NeighborWorks America convened a 35th Anniversary celebration breakfast in Boston designed to catalyze a deeper connection between housing and community development and the health and safety of the communities that we serve. Over 120 people came to hear a panel of experts speak about "Working across Sectors toward Measurably Healthy Communities" in downtown Boston.