Project ReSIDe: Rental Subsidies

Project ReSIDe is a five-year (2020-2025) study funded by the National Institutes of Health (RO1 DK124500-01). ReSIDe examines whether and how expanded access to affordable housing through rental assistance programs can improve type 2 diabetes self-management and control, ultimately reducing existing socioeconomic and racial disparities in diabetes outcomes. The study will examine the effect of rental assistance on diabetes self-management and control using nationally representative survey data, and by prospectively observing transitions from waitlists to rent-assisted housing through a longitudinal mixed-methods cohort study (Principal Investigator: Danya Keene). Learn more at our Yale School of Public Health partner website.

Project ReSIDe: Rental subsidies to improve t2 diabetes