NEW TOOLS FOR CONSIDERATION

In June 2018, Ashley Williams Clark of the UNC Charlotte Urban Institute and Courtney Morton of the Mecklenburg County Community Support Services reviewed Lessons Learned From UNCG’s Housing & Health Symposium:

These data-driven approaches pave the way for solutions that can increase the supply of affordable housing while maximizing limited resources and strengthening neighborhoods. This includes investing in affordable neighborhoods at risk of gentrification, which provides an efficient way to preserve affordability, prevent displacement and improve neighborhoods that might not otherwise receive investment or resources.”

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