Connecting Housing and Health

November 13, 2017 / No Comments

The Center on Urban Poverty and Community Development (the Poverty Center) is one of a collaboration of partners working towards improving community health in Cleveland and Cuyahoga County. The Cleveland Healthy Homes Data Collaborative (the collaborative) is a response to the national  BUILD Hea...

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Councilman Seren Says Cleveland Heights Should Increase Use of NEO CANDO

October 22, 2015 / No Comments

“We need to make more robust use of Case Western Reserve’s NEO CANDO NST Web App,” said Cleveland Heights Councilman Kahlil Seren during a discussion on foreclosure among the candidates running for the city council as featured in “Cleveland Heights City Council candidates ...

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Poverty Center collaborates with Cleveland Housing Court for data-sharing and mapping

August 5, 2015 / No Comments

One important tool Cleveland has in the fight against dilapidated and deteriorating housing and neighborhoods is the City of Cleveland Housing Court. The Housing Court has jurisdiction over all court cases involving violations of the city’s housing and housing-related laws, including landlord-ten...

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Poverty Center teams up with First Suburbs Consortium for exploration of regional code enforcement technology

August 4, 2015 / No Comments

At the Poverty Center, we’re all about neighborhoods. On a daily basis, we work to improve our regional housing market by providing a variety of resources to our partners. From managing integrated data systems (NEO CANDO), to trainings on our web-based tools, to research, we’re working hard to pr...

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