Housing Vulnerability and the COVID-19 Pandemic : A B.C. Survey on the Secondary Effects of Non-Pharmaceutical Interventions

This report shines a new light on the kinds of vulnerable housing situations and experiences that put people at risk of poor well-being outcomes when in a state of crisis such as the COVID-19 pandemic.

Findings indicate that the focus on reducing housing vulnerability should begin with the well-being experiences of housing, and pay attention not only to the adequacy of the material housing itself, but also to improved security of tenure and the quality of life that our home and neighbourhood provide.

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Community Housing Canada