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Homelessness ‘undermining the very fabric of our society’

A sharp uptick in homelessness in the U.S.—driven by high rents, shrinking public assistance, a lack of affordable housing, and fallout from the COVID pandemic—represents “a hard and complicated public health issue,” according to Harvard Chan School’s Howard…

Rochelle Walensky reflects on experiences as former CDC director

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) faces challenges such as communicating public health policies to the public, modernizing data collection, and having limited governmental authority to collect data, according to Rochelle Walensky, CDC director from 2021–2023…

Addressing the U.S. homelessness crisis

At a recent virtual event co-sponsored by Harvard Chan School’s Initiative on Health and Homelessness, experts shared the latest statistics on homelessness and discussed approaches to tackling the complex issue.