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This 2020 research brief introduces financial health as a measurable concept underlying elements of economic hardship (housing, food and energy insecurity) that can contribute to greater health equity. The study demonstrates that financial health has a significant impact on overall well-being and belongs in the discussion of social determinants of health.
This 2020 report shows that participation in a trauma-informed educational program reduced the odds of household food insecurity for families with low or no income.
Public support programs that aim to improve employment and financial wellbeing should be better coordinated to provide more effective services and reduce costs. This Building Wealth and Health Network brief demonstrates the effectiveness of integrating behavioral health components into financial programming.
This 2018 report highlights the positive impact of incorporating trauma-informed peer support into financial education and standard TANF programming.