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New report: Increased spending on public services linked to community health “dividends” in Texas

New report: Increased spending on public services linked to community health “dividends” in Texas

A new EHF-sponsored study shows how increased government spending on areas like parks, libraries and housing may lead to better health outcomes for entire communities.
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WATCH NOW: A tale of two families recovering from Hurricane Harvey

WATCH NOW: A tale of two families recovering from Hurricane Harvey

EHF's research is featured in a new documentary by the Wall Street Journal showing the real-life struggles of two families facing similar flood damage, but in much different financial situations.
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EHF's next grant proposal deadline quickly approaching

EHF's next grant proposal deadline quickly approaching

April 13 is the deadline to submit a Letter of Inquiry for a grant proposal addressing Goal 2 - Activate Communities.
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Elena Marks:  Learn the difference between healthcare and health

Elena Marks: Learn the difference between healthcare and health

In an op/ed in the Houston Chronicle, EHF's CEO argues that improving #HealthNotJustHealthcare means going beyond the doctor's office to address the underlying causes of poor health.
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Guest Column: Let's address hunger and other community determinants of health

Guest Column: Let's address hunger and other community determinants of health

Poverty and food insecurity are "just as worthy of our attention as headaches, diabetes and asthma" says Dr. Pritesh Gandhi at People's Community Clinic in Austin. Read about his work with EHF's $10 million Texas Community Centered Health Homes Initiative.
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EHF/KFF Analysis: Immigrants living along the Texas Gulf Coast hit hard financially following Hurricane Harvey

EHF/KFF Analysis: Immigrants living along the Texas Gulf Coast hit hard financially following Hurricane Harvey

Immigrants living in Texas were more likely than their U.S.-born neighbors to suffer employment and income losses as a result of Hurricane Harvey.
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