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- The Greater Danbury Region has substantial health resources; two hospitals, community health centers and health clinics. Residents who lack health insurance struggle to access the full continuum of care, especially outpatient and preventative care. Although a vast majority of people in Danbury have health insurance, it is unclear if individuals living with homelessness are amongst this insured population and have equitable access to healthcare. Two transitional housing programs in Danbury were identified and interviewed directly. A qualitative assessment of healthcare delivery to members of these programs was then performed.
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Greater Danbury, Connecticut, Homeless, Nuvance Health, Insurance, Transitional Housing, Needs Assessment, Equity, Healthcare Access
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Yazdani, Ariella, "Health Care Delivery to the Homeless Population in the Greater Danbury Community: A Needs Assessment" (2021). Family Medicine Clerkship Student Projects. 663.