Health Center and Supportive Housing Capital Development Partnerships Case Study: Denver, CO

The COVID-19 pandemic has reinforced the value of community health and housing collaborations aimed at improving housing stability and quality of life for vulnerable populations. Exploration of these health and housing partnerships is fueled by increased demands for affordable and supportive housing combined with the need for more effective service coordination. Partnerships that expand the community’s housing and service infrastructure—the physical space— also provide opportunities for health centers to enhance care coordination and participate in efforts to address housing as a significant driver for health outcomes.

Learn more about the key steps and decisions the Denver Housing Authority and Denver Health and Hospital Authority made on their path to building new health and housing co-developments in their community.

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