Why Boston Medical Center Is Investing In Housing

July 2018 - Boston Medical Center knows that affordable, safe housing is key to the social determinants of health. Which is why they are investing in housing for vulnerable populations. BMC is investing in apartment buildings in some of Boston’s poorest areas and ensuring units are affordable and well-maintained. As part of the initiative, the medical center has also set aside $1 million to help families fight evictions, $1 million to create a housing stabilization program for people with complex medical issues, and $1 million to support a neighborhood grocery store. Read more at wbur.org.

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