Jul 16, 2015

Using schools and clinics as hubs to create healthy communities: The example of Briya/Mary’s Center | Brookings Institution

Improving the health and upward social mobility of households in poor neighborhoods has been at the forefront of concern nationwide. The question is how to attain that goal. This paper look at the various ways community hubs achieve that, and whether it is successful. 

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