National Center for Health in Public Housing

National Center for Health in Public Housing (NCHPH) provides training and technical assistance to strengthen the capacity of federally-funded health centers to increase access to health care, eliminate health disparities, and enhance health care delivery for the millions of residents of public and assisted housing.

The goal is to increase the capacity and improve the performance of HRSA supported health center programs and other safety net providers in meeting the specialized health care needs of the public housing residents. The National Center for Health in Public Housing has developed materials for training and education, disseminated best practices and mentored new grantees.

Keywords: public housing, smoking cessation, cervical cancer, precision medicine, depressive disorders, seniors in public housing, disabilities and public housing, medical-legal and public housing, excessive heat and climate change, hepatitis c


Bureau/Office: Primary Health Care (BPHC)

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