How Crummy, Run-Down Housing Harms the Children Who Live in It

“The housing crisis sounded all kinds of alarms for policymakers and the public about what happens when families can\’t afford their homes, or when they lose the stability that a secure home provides. We\’ve heard about the effects of foreclosures on neighborhoods, the weight of housing stress on human health, the impact of lost equity on household wealth for huge portions of the U.S. population.”

via How Crummy, Run-Down Housing Harms the Children Who Live in It – Emily Badger – The Atlantic Cities.

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