Below please find a message from Centre Director Dr. Stephen Hwang about our new name – the Centre for Urban…
This fall, the Centre for Research on Inner City Health (CRICH), will be running our first ever community program evaluation certificate, led by Dr. Patricia O’Campo and Dr. Suzanne Zerger.
To explore solutions on the program-level, CRICH has developed specialized expertise in evaluation. We place an emphasis on partnership and collaboration, apply a range of interdisciplinary research methods, and use quantitative and qualitative data to evaluate programs at different stages.
The Neighbourhood Effects on Health and Wellbeing study (NEHW) is an ambitious project to collect data from neighbourhoods across Toronto.
Housing First programs offer people experiencing homelessness and mental health problems access to quality independent housing and supports.
We’re exploring the impacts of partner violence on women’s housing stability, health and wellbeing.
Urban HEART @ Toronto is a tool that helps us measure how well Toronto’s 140 neighbourhoods are doing across a variety of policy domains.
We helped bring academic researchers from a range of disciplines together with community agencies to create REACH 3, a cross-Canada alliance to research housing, homelessness and health.
CRICH researchers worked with community partners to improve cancer screening rates for South Asian communities in Peel Region, Ontario.
A unique tool to help researchers, community agencies and policy-makers find out more about the relationship between our neighbourhoods and our health.