Colorado agencies in support of improved housing conditions use the Housing America and the Doc4Kids Project report to highlight local inequities in housing.
Washington, DC’s coverage of the “There’s No Place Like Home” report by Housing America and the Doc4Kids Project highlights the 5 million children impacted by inadequate housing nationwide.
Housing advocates in Columbus, Ohio join Housing America’s pressure to improve housing conditions for the benefit of improving and protecting children’s health and educational success.
Housing advocates in St. Louis, Missouri use Housing America’s “There’s No Place Like Home” report to advocate for improved housing conditions for the 17,000 families in St. Louis living in substandard housing.
San Francisco housing advocates use the Doc4Kids Project and Housing America report, “There’s No Place Like Home,” to advocate for low-income families in San Francisco facing fewer and more expensive housing options.
Housing America and the Doc4Kids Project received extensive print and broadcast attention nationwide for their report linking inadequate housing to health risks and educational failure in children.
A glimpse at the nationwide media attention earned by Housing America and Religious Witness with Homeless People’s “National Call for Affordable Housing.”
Religious Witness with Homeless People and Housing America call the nation’s lack of affordable housing a “spiritual and moral crisis.”
The success achieved by Housing America in gaining support for their pressure of the federal government to focus on affordable housing is due in part to their targeted, grassroots appeals to their constituents.
Housing America publishes realistic solutions to the affordable housing crisis, receiving national attention.