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.
The Neighbourhood Effects on Health and Wellbeing study (NEHW) is an ambitious project to collect data from neighbourhoods across Toronto.
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.
A unique tool to help researchers, community agencies and policy-makers find out more about the relationship between our neighbourhoods and our health.
In our first year, our CATCH program linked almost 200 people who were homeless and recovering from illness to services like family medicine, psychiatry, case management, transitional housing and peer support.
At the request of the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care, we investigated whether “Health in All Policies” could work for Ontario.
Peel Region’s Planning Department now uses our tool to check the potential health impacts of every new development application.
Evidence from a CRICH report was tabled by the City of Toronto Housing Opportunities Action Plan for Affordable Housing, in its proposal to demolish and rebuild Seaton House.