Ensuring all families have access to healthy homes
Substandard housing conditions lead to increased childhood illness, more home and school moves, and behavior and learning challenges that set children back and increase their risk of involvement with the juvenile justice system. Georgia Appleseed’s Housing Justice initiative increases access for low-income children and their families to safe, healthy rental housing.
- Engages with tenants directly
- Convenes a statewide Healthy Housing Coalition
- Advocates for legislative action to protect low-income tenants
- Supports a collaborative social innovation lab in Clayton County that develops and implements local solutions.
Originally implemented as part of a homelessness intervention program, a social innovation lab model can address a range of social…
Our pragmatic strategy to improve housing conditions for families across our state. Summary In 2023, the 80+ member organizations of …
This manual provides detailed, clear guidance for parents and caregivers through the appeals process for a Medicaid or Peachcare claims…
Practical guidance for advocating for stable, healthy housing for your family and communty.
A collaborative social innovation lab develops and implements effective interventions to end homelessness and unhealthy housing conditions for low-income children…
Georgia Healthy Housing Coalition’s (GHHC) more than 50 organizational members lead Georgia toward healthier housing for its children.
We advocate locally, statewide, and nationally for solutions that will reduce evictions and improve housing standards.