ETSU Elevates Housing: Warmer, Safer, Drier Equals Healthier
ETSU Elevates Housing placed third and is represented by Appalachia Service Project (ASP), ETSU College of Public Health and Ballad Health Department of Population Health. The groups will work together to launch “Healthy Homes: Tri-Cities” to provide critical home repairs for families in the Tri-Cities region in need of warmer, safer and drier housing. The majority of these repairs will be made by volunteers from the region to elevate one family at a time out of substandard housing. In an effort to select the projects with the greatest potential return on investment for the patient and stakeholders, projects may be referred by Ballad Health or ASP will select applicants with stated health concerns.
Johnson City, TN
Quinn, Megan; Intagliata, Nicole; and Miller, M.. 2019. ETSU Elevates Housing: Warmer, Safer, Drier Equals Healthier. ETSU Elevates Pitch Competition, Johnson City, TN. https://www.etsu.edu/etsu-news/2019/11-november/etsu-elevates-winners.php