Project 9: Hub of Data, Information, and Resources
What Is The Goal Of This Project?
This project is mobilizing communities of color to identify quantitative and qualitative data related to housing and health that identifies gaps and tells the stories that have led to the inequities that exist and to work alongside decision makers to increase availability of and access to inclusive, stable, and healthy housing in Adams County for these populations.
A Project Team for this effort is currently in the second phase of a federal grant application process (MADE for Health Justice Equity) that would provide $1 million over 3 years and greatly accelerate the effort. Specifically, starting with mobilizing Latino/a/e and Native American community members towards that end.
Who is Involved in This Project?
Partners involved in the effort to date include:
- Adams County Government
- Community and Economic Development
- Community Safety and Wellbeing
- Health Department
- Human Services
- Adelante Community Development
- Brighton Housing Authority
- Maiker Housing Partners
- Native American Housing Circle
- Vuela for Health
Monica Buhlig from the Adams County Health Department will continue serving as the liaison between this effort and the Housing Roundtable.
Want More Information?
For more information about this effort, contact Jody Nowicki, RMP Senior Director of Stakeholder Engagement (JodyNowicki@RMPBackbone.org)