Better Health: the Contribution of Housing Associations (National Housing Federation)

Summary

This toolkit gives examples of good practice concerning how housing associations can work jointly to improve health outcomes, with particular emphasis on partnership working with emerging new health structures such as health and wellbeing boards.

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Reference

Better health: helping to build opportunities to improve the contribution of housing associations to the health of the population. London: National Housing Federation, December 2012.

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