by Mary Tyler March Original post via constructiondive.com Foor those who live and work in Washington, DC, the District’s high homelessness rate is a fact of daily life. But the many individuals who post up on street corners or in downtown parks through the night represent just a sliver of the total number of people in the nation’s capital without access to permanent housing. DC’s homelessness rate is more than double the national average, withRead More →

Original Post via futurity.org – June 1st, 2017 For people living with HIV/AIDS who have previously been homeless, supporting housing programs may lead to better immune system health and lower viral load, according to a new study. “Without stable housing it’s hard to achieve these good health outcomes.” Ask Elizabeth Bowen, lead study author, about the intersection of homelessness and HIV/AIDS in the United States and she’ll respond without hesitation, “Housing equals health.” That conclusionRead More →