Logo

Promoting Health through Housing Quality - Exploring roles for health care and housing partnerships to promote wellbeing by improving housing conditions. - Shared screen with gallery view
Julie Trocchio
36:27
Hello from the Catholic Health Association
Renaye Long
36:37
Good afternoon. This is Renaye Long, SC Housing.
Chloe Nunez
36:53
Good afternoon all, Chloé Nuñez with the Metropolitan Planning Council
Laressa Witt
37:05
Good afternoon,
Lauren Westmoreland
37:09
Welcome! I'm Lauren Westmoreland from Enterprise Community Partners. Based in Atlanta, GA
Annette Bourne
37:15
Annette Bourne, HousingWorks RI. Finding inspiration in how my housing colleagues across the country have ramped up services and advocacy in the midst of the pandemic.
Seth Lundgaard
37:22
Hello! Seth Lundgaard here from Sea Mar Community Health Centers in Seattle, Washington.
Mary Ayala
37:27
Okay, about to stop the music and start
Lee Goldstein
37:36
Hey everyone--Lee Goldstein with Volunteers of America. Playing with my new puppy, Franc the French bulldog, has brightened my mood as of late!
Laressa Witt
37:37
Good afternoon! Laressa Witt Supportive Housing Manager Alliance Helath
Mark Valdez
37:42
Mary, Sha is on. FYI
Carrie Niemy
37:44
Hi Carrie Niemy from Enterprise Community Partners Design Team, based in Boston!
Farhia Budul
38:04
Hello im Farhia Budul from Minnesota Recovery Connection Beyond Backgrounds program
Leah Schueler
38:10
Leah - San Gabriel Valley Habitat for Humanity. Finding inspiration through learning more about our Habitat Families.
Kerry Spitzer
38:11
Hi, this is Kerry Spitzer from Baystate Health, in Springfield, MA.
Lauren Westmoreland
38:18
Thank you for joining us! Make sure your To: says all panelists in attendees so we can all see you messages!
Mary Jo Minerich
38:24
Hi Everyone, I'm Mary Jo Minerich from GBBN Architects in Cincinnati
Ruth Adkins
38:26
Ruth Adkins, Kaiser Permanente Northwest in Portland, OR. Inspired by the sunshine when it appears!
Shalynn Robinette
38:29
Shalynn Robinette--Home Forward Portland, OR
Nelly Jimenez-Arevalo
38:37
Nelly Jimenez, Executive Director and CEO. ACLAMO. Montgomery and Chester County, PA
Mayra Lozano
38:42
Hi everyone! I'm Mayra Lozano from Senate Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs committee.
Mary Ayala
38:59
https://www.linkedin.com/groups/8978521/
Michael Garcia
39:00
******* Sha can you change your name it is currently “Mark Valdez”
Lauren Westmoreland
39:06
https://www.linkedin.com/groups/8978521/
Marianne Seifert
39:15
Hello! Marianne Seifert, Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department in Washington
Sandra Serna
39:24
Hello all, I'm Sandra Serna with Stewards of Affordable Housing for the Future (SAHF) calling in from Washington, DC.
Natalie Castellanos
39:27
Natalie Castellanos, Health Foundation of South Florida in Miami, FL. Finding inspiration by staying active and spending time outdoors
Michael Garcia
39:33
******* Sha can you change your Zoom name it is currently “Mark Valdez”
Lauren Westmoreland
39:41
Thank you for joining us! Make sure your To: says all panelists in attendees so we can all see you messages!
Sojourner Marable Grimmett
39:42
Hello Everyone, I'm Sojourner Marable Grimmett, Senior Director of External Affairs & Strategic Partnerships, Atlanta Region from National Church Residences.
Lance Loethen
39:59
Lance Loethen, Tract Advisors in Philadelphia, PA
Michael Garcia
40:04
********* Sha can you change your Zoom name it is currently “Mark Valdez” *********
Sojourner Marable Grimmett
40:10
Hello Everyone, I'm Sojourner Marable Grimmett, Senior Director of External Affairs & Strategic Partnerships, Atlanta Region from National Church Residences.
Jodi Cunningham
40:43
Hi All! Jodi Cunningham, Director of Health & Housing at The Community Builders. Based in Cincinnati, Oh. Inspiration right now for me caregivers/children that are navigating different school environments with such resilience!
Ruth Ann Norton
40:46
Hello there Anne
Ruth Ann Norton
40:58
Great Music!
Kathryn Zapach
41:22
Kathryn Zapach - Health Quality Innovators in Richmond, VA
Jerrel Jackson
41:45
Good Afternoon Everyone!! I'm Jerrel Jackson, Healthcare Navigator for Career and Recovery Resources here in Houston Texas.
Josie Williams -GHC
41:57
Hello everyone! Welcome! - Josie Williams, Greensboro Housing Coalition
Marian Heyman
41:58
Marian Heyman here from CT Dept of Public Health, Hartford, CT. My mental health savior is in composing & performing instrumental guitar pieces :)
Mary Ayala
43:07
Hi All! Thanks for joining and introducing yourself Resources for today: LinkedIn (https://www.linkedin.com/groups/8978521/) and Evaluation (https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeV3N4BMuAseFB-LBRi4e60ZQWM7uh9wuK9eZKPhwTrjRReew/viewform)
Lauren Westmoreland
44:14
Thank you for joining us! When Chatting - Make sure your To: says all panelists in attendees so we can all see you messages!
Lauren Westmoreland
44:50
Updated link for Evaluation: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeV3N4BMuAseFB-LBRi4e60ZQWM7uh9wuK9eZKPhwTrjRReew/viewform
Sam Comrie
45:17
Sam Comrie here from LUCHA, a NPF affordable housing developer in Chicago, IL. Yoga is keeping me positive right now!
Elana Brochin
46:01
Hi everyone, Elana Brochin - Program Director for Health Equity at the Massachusetts Association for Community Development Corporations. Feeling inspired by caring small businesses - most recently a family toy store that so caringly and efficiently arranged to get presents to my little niece who is living (with her parents) overseas in time for her 5th birthday.
Erik Tilkemeier
46:28
Erik here from City Heights Community Development Corporation in San Diego, CA. Inspired to be developing affordable housing that contributes to mental, spiritual and physical community health.
SHAINA KORMAN-HOUSTON
47:05
Hi all, Shaina Korman-Houston from Metro West Collaborative Development in eastern MA. Finding inspiration from all the moms out there!
Sha Cage she/her
54:50
Thank you all for the work you do
Lupita De Los Santos
55:00
that was great!
Sha Cage she/her
55:07
Ase
Sojourner Marable Grimmett
55:27
Thank you! Very moving. <3
Megan Sandel
55:30
THAT WAS INCREDIBLE!!! Sha Cage!!!
Josie Williams -GHC
55:48
That was a powerfully moving performance!
Ruth Ann Norton
55:48
Thank you Sha and team in illuminating the challenges faced millions of American families.
Rose Mabwa
56:09
That was very inspirational, thank you.
Marian Heyman
56:33
Wow, what a fabulous and impactful way to open this discussion! Bravo!
Lauren Westmoreland
59:30
After the webinar, a recording will be shared with all participants.
Mary Ayala
01:06:07
https://housingmatters.urban.org/
Mary Ayala
01:08:20
@CarolinaGomez - checkout our Enterprise Green Communities Criteria, Criteria 7.1 for recommendations on radon in affordable housing (https://www.greencommunitiesonline.org/healthy-living-environment)
Lauren Westmoreland
01:10:51
Please share your questions and comments as you think of them! We will be collecting all questions for our Q&A at the end of the session.
Rose Mabwa
01:12:05
How many people have gone through the thrive screening too as of current?
Shalynn Robinette
01:12:15
Hi Mary, I saw your answer to Carolina about radon--do you also have recommendations for lead in water?
Mary Ayala
01:12:24
https://www.opportunityhome.org/
Rose Mabwa
01:13:11
Can you share percentage of improvements for before and after?
Mary Ayala
01:14:35
@Shalynn - we touch on that in Criteria 4.3 and would recommend review the resource section of that Criteria as well for more information
ELLEN TOHN
01:16:09
can you provide examples where health care systems have been active in promoting/supporting housing or economic development policy or systems changes that also address structural racism
Marian Heyman
01:17:03
Agree that enforcement of existing housing & health violations sorely needed. Problem is in severe lack of enforcement officials- they simply can't keep up! Many now have been re-assigned to covid duties. Many residents needing the most hep are getting left behind! heartbreaking!!! Looking for ideas...I think residents need to take legal actions against slumlords.
ashley sparks she/her
01:18:33
https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/19FYXcO43M08lU8NKxW8SwIrOGL5O70AmZ_JVZBNuGZI/edit?usp=sharing
Mary Ayala
01:18:50
Please join the link above
ashley sparks she/her
01:18:50
https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/19FYXcO43M08lU8NKxW8SwIrOGL5O70AmZ_JVZBNuGZI/edit?usp=sharing
Mary Ayala
01:19:47
Please enter anywhere in slides 1 - 10
Kathleen Meyer
01:19:59
I wish I could help people understand the plight of those with autism and intellectual disabilities and our aging population.
Renaye Long
01:20:39
Give people a greater voice in the things that matter to them and their families
Annette Bourne
01:20:47
I wish I could allow people to have what they need by their value as a human rather than their financial means.
Marian Heyman
01:20:50
I wish I could throw these slum lords in jail
Ruth Adkins
01:21:15
I wish I could close the racial wealth gap
Jennifer Fassbender
01:21:18
I wish equity was the default.
Michael Garcia
01:22:09
I’m putting the ones in the chat in the slide deck
Renaye Long
01:22:29
Compassionate caring people committed to opening doors for families
Natalie Castellanos
01:22:57
I see a future where zip codes don't define destinies
Jennifer Fassbender
01:23:09
I see a future where our zip codes don't determine our longevity.
Erik Tilkemeier
01:23:25
I would like to see a future where need, not financing, determines what kind of housing gets built
Ruth Adkins
01:23:33
I see a future where America invests in housing as a human right
Lauren Westmoreland
01:24:29
Check out the Jamboard here! https://jamboard.google.com/d/1SP0zmjSjS7Z8d21rbs8u1NkUYy06eO0o5wA5H0vNq-c/edit?usp=sharing
Seth Lundgaard
01:25:31
I wish God would give me the strength and courage to be able to see where work is needed most is and then be able to effectively communicate that to others.
Lauren Westmoreland
01:30:45
Join us on the Jamboard. We're adding sticky notes to Slide 1: How are you engaging your community to identify health needs and housing quality issues? https://jamboard.google.com/d/1SP0zmjSjS7Z8d21rbs8u1NkUYy06eO0o5wA5H0vNq-c/edit?usp=sharing
Kathleen Meyer
01:38:05
The Jamboard is not available. We have identified that our local aging population needs not only affordable housing but a new way to live in the still healthy years of their lives where they can can engage in meaningful community activities. Living life with purpose is good for health. We also have identified that there is tremendous need for affordable adapted community housing for our adult population with autism and Intellectual and developmental disabilities. We know that up to 30 to 40% of homeless people have autism or Intellectual or developmental disabilities. This is an upstream area that crosses racial barriers and engages all groups. We struggle because supports for people with Intellectual or developmental disabilities is lacking for the adults. There is also surprisingly little support to address the needs of our aging population to improve health and lives in the community. We are also struggling because it is hard to attract resources to rural areas.
Lauren Westmoreland
01:40:10
@Kathleen Meyer - thank you for sharing. I added your valuable comment to the Jamboard.
Lauren Westmoreland
01:41:26
Join us on the Jamboard. We're adding sticky notes to Slide 2: What housing quality issues are you addressing in your community? Why did you prioritize those issues?https://jamboard.google.com/d/1SP0zmjSjS7Z8d21rbs8u1NkUYy06eO0o5wA5H0vNq-c/edit?usp=sharing
Lauren Westmoreland
01:42:17
If you have trouble adding to the Jamboard, please feel free to post your comments here and I can add them. Thank you!
Rose Mabwa
01:50:28
We use an annual survey that represents the resident's voice to inform us where there are gaps. We prioritize the following areas: Registered to vote, health, education, housing stability, asset building and workforce development. because by addressing those areas that came through the surveys as having gaps, we are listening to resident's voices not what we think but their voices so that they can thrive.
Mayra Lozano
01:58:58
YES!!!!! JOSIE!!!
Lauren Westmoreland
02:03:02
Thank you to all who have shared on the Jamboard! Join us. We're adding sticky notes to Slide 3:Are you involved in a healthcare/housing partnership to address housing quality? If not, what would you like from a partnership? Please share stories or resources. https://jamboard.google.com/d/1SP0zmjSjS7Z8d21rbs8u1NkUYy06eO0o5wA5H0vNq-c/edit?usp=sharing
Marianne Seifert
02:03:21
Conversation reminded me of Tacoma Housing Authority partnership with elementary school: http://www.tacomahousing.net/elementary-school-housing-assistance-program
Mary Ayala
02:04:20
If anyone has additional questions, I'd encourage you to enter them in the Q&A now
Lauren Westmoreland
02:04:44
@Marianne - thanks for sharing! I added it to the Jamboard. Great and unique partnership
Lauren Westmoreland
02:08:15
Lifting up Ellen's question again for panelists: can you provide examples where health care systems have been active in promoting/supporting housing or economic development policy or systems changes that also address structural racism
Mayra Lozano
02:08:24
yes BOTH are possible.
Rose Mabwa
02:10:33
Partnering with them to open clinic in our housing to make healthcare accessible to our residents
Rose Mabwa
02:13:25
Also focusing on patient doctor relationship to listen to the voices of our residents to create trust and not just coughing out theory but respect of the minority voice.
Marianne Seifert
02:13:38
We need to think long term....
Rose Mabwa
02:16:31
and opening up job training and job opportunities through hospitals
Marianne Seifert
02:17:42
Wonderful, Rose - like community health workers?
Rose Mabwa
02:18:12
Yes? otherwise known as health ambassadors
Lauren Westmoreland
02:25:03
Join our LinkedIn group: https://www.linkedin.com/groups/8978521/ Evaluation (https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeV3N4BMuAseFB-LBRi4e60ZQWM7uh9wuK9eZKPhwTrjRReew/viewform)
Lauren Westmoreland
02:25:31
Evaluation (CORRECTED LINK) https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeV3N4BMuAseFB-LBRi4e60ZQWM7uh9wuK9eZKPhwTrjRReew/viewform
Ruth Ann Norton
02:31:12
If you want to stay in touch ranorton@ghhi.org
ashley sparks she/her
02:31:15
Thank you so much Josie for sharing with us. We were so grateful for the opportunity to share with you all today. If folks want to learn more about the project check out www.exiledinamerica.com
Megan Sandel
02:32:41
Thank you so much!!
Josie Williams -GHC
02:33:03
Thank you so much everyone!! Onward!!
Megan Sandel
02:33:05
great job Josie and Ruth Ann!!
Lauren Westmoreland
02:33:34
Evaluation (CORRECTED LINK) https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeV3N4BMuAseFB-LBRi4e60ZQWM7uh9wuK9eZKPhwTrjRReew/viewform