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Affordable Housing

Affordable housing buildings provide shelter for low-income individuals and families who are unable to afford market-rate housing.

These sites can play an important role in improving the health of residents through building design elements, programs, and policies.

New/rehabbed affordable housing buildings can also serve as catalysts for other economic development.

Community Health Center

Federally qualified community health centers (CHC) provide access to health care in underserved communities.

New/rehabbed community health center buildings can serve as anchor institutions by providing an access point for other community services and by serving as catalysts for other economic development.

Childcare Center

Childcare centers built in underserved communities provide space for licensed programs to deliver affordable, high quality care to low-income infant, pre-school age, and school age children.

These sites can play an important role in developing the health of young children through building design elements, programs and policies.

New/rehabbed childcare center buildings can also serve as catalysts for other economic development.

Fresh Produce Access

Consumption of fresh fruits and vegetables is an important factor in disease and obesity prevention.

Community development partners can play an important role in increasing fresh produce access in underserved communities through financing and technical assistance.

New/rehabbed commercial spaces that supply healthy food can also serve as catalysts for other economic development.

Physical Activity

Individuals and families who live in low-income and/or rural communities often lack safe access to walkable and bikeable destinations such as full-service grocery stores, parks, and other places.

Regular physical activity can play an important role in stress reduction and disease prevention.

Infrastructure improvements that provide opportunities for safe, active transportation and recreation can also serve as catalysts for economic development.

Supportive Housing

Supportive housing buildings provide shelter and services for low-income individuals and families with complex needs.

These sites can play an important role in improving the health of residents through building design elements, programs, and policies.

New/rehabbed supportive housing buildings can also serve as catalysts for other economic development.