Building Better For Families: Policy Strategies for the Co-Location of ECE Facilities and Affordable Housing

The Low Income Investment Fund (LIIF) published a piece with key insights and reflections from child care operators serving children in facilities co-located with affordable housing developments in California, New York, and Washington, DC. Read the blog post >

Authored by Rachel Hammond, May 2021.

To view the full paper, click here.

About the org: As a community development financial institution, the Low Income Investment Fund uses capital, capacity building and public advocacy to build sustainable community-based systems to support child care facility financing and development.

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