WILMINGTON DE, December 1, 2022 – The impact of substandard housing on health and the need for critical home repairs in low-income, owner-occupied homes in Delaware is clear according to a new study conducted by researchers from the University of Delaware’s Joseph R. Biden School of Public Policy & Administration.
WHAT: Delaware’s Habitat for Humanity affiliates will hold a joint press conference to announce findings from a new Statewide Needs Assessment for Repairs to Low-Income Owner-Occupied Housing in Delaware. The needs assessment was partly funded by a Delaware Community Foundation grant.
WHO: A statewide partnership between Delaware’s Habitat affiliates: Habitat for Humanity of New Castle County, Sussex County Habitat for Humanity, and Central Delaware Habitat for Humanity. Remarks from Kevin Smith, CEO, HFHNCC, Kevin Gilmore, CEO, SCHFH, and Tim Bailey, Executive Director, CDHFH.
Researchers from the University of Delaware’s Joseph R. Biden School of Public Policy & Administration. Other invited speakers
WHEN: December 7, 2022, at 11 am
WHERE: 208 Gunning Bedford Dr, Dover, DE
CONTACT: Kathi Barber, Director of Development, Habitat for Humanity of New Castle County | 302.300.0533 | email@example.com
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