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Laurel Blatchford

Columbia, MD—In this technology-driven age, where one is now able to access a medical diagnosis through an app and monitor their workouts through a wristwatch, options for affordable housing are dwindling while rates of homelessness rise. According to a national survey on the link between homes and health from Enterprise Community Partners Inc., more than half of renters surveyed have delayed care because they couldn’t afford it and 100% of medical professionals surveyed have had some of their patients express concerns about affordable housing.

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