The Housing Crisis’ Impact on Health and Well-Being

With 38 million Americans spending over 30% of their income on housing, access to attainable housing is not only about having a place to live. ZIP code can also determine a resident's access to education, healthcare, healthy food, public transportation, and even a person’s life span.

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