Study finds weak evidence that interventions to boost housing affordability and stability promote better health


Research finds low-certainty evidence that programs such as emergency rent assistance, legal assistance with waitlist priority for public housing, long-term rent subsidies and homeownership assistance lead to positive health outcomes.

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