National HIA Meeting 2013 – Breakout Session 

HIA and Housing

This session is designed for public health professionals and housing practitioners who are interested in conducting HIAs on housing decisions. The session will present HIAs related to affordability, residential stability, housing quality, and location. The presenters will discuss which issues are not typically included in other more routine housing studies. 


Rebecca Morley, National Center for Healthy Housing


Holly Holtzen, Ohio Housing Finance Agency

Informing Affordable Housing Policy Decisions on Physical Inspections and Health

Rebecca Morley, National Center for Healthy Housing

Linking Health and Housing through HIA

Steve White, Oregon Public Health Institute

Housing Inspections, Health and Equity: Using HIA to Re‐frame the Issue

Spotlight on Mental Health

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