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How Neighborhoods Make Us Sick: Restoring Health and Wellness to Our Communities

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Our neighborhoods are literally making us sick.


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Our neighborhoods are literally making us sick.
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Veronica Squires

Veronica Squires is chief administrative officer for Good Samaritan Health Center in Atlanta. She previously served as director of corporate development for Boys and Girls Clubs of Metro Atlanta and as the Georgia director of ministry partnerships for InterVarsity Christian Fellowship. She is a certified CCDA practitioner and serves on the advisory board for the Georgia Charitable Care Network.

  • :foreword By Dr. Keri Norris
  • <strong>part One: How We Get Sick</strong>
  • 1. Two Journeys To The Inner City
  • 2. What Is Making Us Sick? An Introduction To Social Determinants Of Health
  • 3. The Trauma Of Poverty
  • 4. Working To Death: Employment And Social Status
  • 5. Kool-aid In A Baby Bottle: Food Insecurity And Nutrition
  • 6. Longevity And Learning: Education And Child Development
  • 7. When Housing Hurts: Environmental Factors
  • 8. The Challenge Of Getting Well: Health Care Access In The United States
  • 9. The Unmaking: On Moving Out And Rebuilding
  • <strong>part Two: How We Get Well</strong>
  • 10. A New Beginning: What Will Make Our Neighbors Healthy?
  • 11. The Good Sam Story
  • 12. Poverty: Addressing A Distant Disease
  • 13. Hired And Healthy
  • 14. Growing Health From The Ground-up
  • 15. A Healthy Start
  • 16. A Place To Call Home
  • 17. Reenvisioning Health Care
  • 18. Rx For Change: An Approach To Activism
  • Epilogue: Toward A Better Way
  • Acknowledgments
  • Discussion Questions
  • Notes
  • Subject Index

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