CVS Health to invest $13.7M to renovate low-income housing in Ohio

The financial investment will also bring health and health shows to the community, consisting of on-site health screenings, COVID-19 testing and maternal health programs..

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Maia Anderson –
Wednesday, September 16th, 2020
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CVS Health stated Sept. 16 that it is investing $13.7 million to help remodel 230 low-income real estate apartment or condos in Columbus, Ohio, as part of its dedication to invest almost $600 million over five years to address racial inequality and social determinants of health in Black communities..

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” When people have access to high-quality, affordable housing, it puts them in a much better position to enhance their general wellness, including looking after their health or handling a chronic disease,” stated David Casey, CVS Healths chief diversity officer..

CVS Health stated its objective is to put a focus on increasing access to affordable housing, “which is inextricably connected to health.”.