Map Of The Movement Articles

Multi-Housing News: Why Housing and Healthcare Must Join Hands

September 22nd, 2019|Comments Off on Multi-Housing News: Why Housing and Healthcare Must Join Hands

The rise in rents and mortgage costs in many parts of the country has outpaced incomes, skyrocketing the number of Americans who spend most of their income on housing and squeezing low-income people out

National Civic League Journal: Reclaiming Well-Being in America: the vital conditions that make people and places healthier and more resilient

August 25th, 2019|Comments Off on National Civic League Journal: Reclaiming Well-Being in America: the vital conditions that make people and places healthier and more resilient

To increase well-being for all in America, we need to reclaim our communities, not just ourselves. We all know that by reducing our stress, increasing social connections, eating healthier and being more active we can

Hearst: Health is wealth: why community conditions are so vital to health

August 22nd, 2019|Comments Off on Hearst: Health is wealth: why community conditions are so vital to health

We can improve all these numbers with preventative measures: a healthy diet, regular exercise, no smoking, and moderate alcohol consumption. However, budget-strapped health systems lack the resources to launch wellness programs ambitious enough to effect

Hearst: Chronic stress, anxiety, asthma…your home could be the cause.

July 22nd, 2019|Comments Off on Hearst: Chronic stress, anxiety, asthma…your home could be the cause.

“The people who face the toughest time finding an affordable place to live also encounter the most difficulty meeting their health-care needs,” says Tyler Norris, MDiv, chief executive for Well Being Trust, a foundation dedicated

Hearst: Here’s why community involvement helps you live a healthier, happier life.

June 22nd, 2019|Comments Off on Hearst: Here’s why community involvement helps you live a healthier, happier life.

A socially strong neighborhood is a healthy neighborhood, both within and without. Aside from the safety benefits inherent in close-knit communities, residents of tight communities generally enjoy better physical and mental health than their

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