September 6, 2011
Human Capital Blog
HCB: How do you plan to identify children and families for the program? Lopez: Any children who live in two specific zip codes in East Harlem are eligible. That takes in tens of thousands of apartment units. And, unfortunately, 15 to 25 percent of s ...
October 1, 2002
The Ounce of Prevention Fund, a public/private partnership that promotes the well-being of children in Illinois, established a maternal and child health care center at the Robert Taylor Homes, a public housing complex in Chicago.
October 1, 2001
The National Center for Lead-Safe Housing, Columbia, Md., provided technical assistance to cities and states to help them develop and manage comprehensive, coordinated childhood lead-poisoning-prevention programs.