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EHF launches  $10 million effort to actively fund clinics to address underlying community conditions that affect health

EHF launches $10 million effort to actively fund clinics to address underlying community conditions that affect health

The Texas Community Centered Health Homes Initiative is helping clinics battle a frustrating dilemma: “What good does it do to treat people if we keep sending them back to the conditions that make them sick?”
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Our Viewpoint: Improving population health outcomes by investing in community prevention

Our Viewpoint: Improving population health outcomes by investing in community prevention

EHF's Lexi Nolen writes about the development and importance of the Texas CCHH Initiative in the national Health Affairs blog.
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New EHF Survey: Nearly half of Texans affected by Hurricane Harvey say they are not getting the help they need to recover

New EHF Survey: Nearly half of Texans affected by Hurricane Harvey say they are not getting the help they need to recover

EHF partners with the Kaiser Family Foundation for a comprehensive survey to help government and other recovery funds make good decisions about how to reach those most in need after the storm.
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EHF report reveals zip codes with the lowest & highest percentage of FEMA housing assistance approvals following Harvey

EHF report reveals zip codes with the lowest & highest percentage of FEMA housing assistance approvals following Harvey

Analysis & interactive map are part of EHF's ongoing effort to help recovery organizations reach those most in need across Texas.
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