More Diversity, More Opportunity? A Q&A with Faith Mitchell

Mitchell is the former CEO of Grantmakers In Health, the nation’s largest association of health funders.

What We Can Learn from a Program Providing Job Training to Students with a History of Opioid Use Disorder

Students with lived experience in addiction and recovery became New York State Certified Recovery Peer Advocates.

Health Care Companies Join the Effort to End Homelessness. How Can They Maximize Investments?

UnitedHealth is betting that investments to support housing stability will lead to a reduction in high-cost medical services.

Untangling Medication Management for Low-Income Patients in Harlem

A fragmented health care environment is often the root of medication mismanagement, especially for low-income people.

Housing Codes Should Protect Public Health, Not Penalize Low-Income Homeowners

A recent Vice article featured a low-income homeowner who's facing jail time because she couldn't afford home repairs.

How Diverse Groups Produce Better Research: A Q&A with Jewel Mullen

Jewel Mullen is the associate dean for health equity at the Dell Medical School of the University of Texas at Austin.

Helping Parents Overcome Unhealthy Substance Use

Nearly 5 million parents with substance use disorders live with their children.

Middle-Income Seniors Face a Gap in Housing and Health Supports

By 2029, the US will be home to 14.4 million middle-income seniors. Two-thirds will have chronic health conditions.

The Large Overlaps between Opioid Use Disorder, Mental Illness, and Parenting Young Children

A new study finds more than half a million adults with opioid use disorder are parents living with children younger than 18.