February 6, 2017.Reading time 6 minutes.
On this Monday afternoon at the community room at Southwood Square in Kent, Natalie Kotar brings out her whiteboard and begins a conversation about healthy drinks—all in Russian. Here, she’s known as Natasha, an affectionate nickname in Russian for Natalie. The seniors living here have met in the community room, a few feet from the […]
July 21, 2016.Reading time 9 minutes.
Did you know racist housing practices from more than 50 years ago could be linked with poor health outcomes today? We have evidence that residential segregation, which still exists in Seattle and King County, may be a factor.
February 26, 2016.Reading time 4 minutes.
Receipt of a modest grant is typically not big news, but this one just might be. In fact, this “data integration” grant has public health, public housing and health care professionals in high spirits because now we’ll be able to work together more effectively. The Data Across Sectors for Health (DASH) grant – $200,000 through July […]