An action research centre focused on Indigenous infant, child and family health and wellbeing.
Can moving from aging public housing into new, mixed-income housing affect a person’s mental and physical health?
Which neighbourhood factors can promote – or diminish – mental health?
We’re demonstrating how to work together across sectors to solve health and social equity problems.
Infectious diseases are spreading across the globe faster today than at any other time in history. Bio.Diaspora is a web…
This study will explore how different types of housing can affect women’s health and social well-being.
REACH3 is a national, transdisciplinary alliance of academic investigators and community-based organizations who are focused on improving the health of Canadians experiencing housing vulnerability.
We’re taking part in a national, four-year trial to look at the Housing First model of intervention.
With our network partners, we are developing, implementing and evaluating a First Nations and Métis infant, child and family health knowledge network.
With our collaborating partners, we are developing, implementing, and evaluating an intervention to reduce the burden of chronic disease among Indigenous people in Canada, Australia and New Zealand.