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Artis was referring to Helping Children Breathe and Thrive in Chicago Public Housing, a partnership between Sinai Urban Health Institute and the Chicago Housing Authority that uses community health workers to reduce the effects of asthma and help residents better manage their health.
Department of Housing and Urban Development to the Chicago Housing Authority.
To mark the occasion and unveil a mural created by noted Chicago artist Gregory Gove will be 3rd Ward Alderman Pat Dowell, and Chicago Housing Authority CEO Lewis Jordan.
The program began in 1997 when the Chicago Housing Authority approached both the Girl Scouts of Chicago and Boy Scouts in Chicago and proposed funding a two-week resident camp program for the children living in the inner-city housing projects.
Nationally acclaimed for her expertise at developing program that promote self-sufficiency, human capital development, and neighborhood revitalization, Adams was the first social scientist to lead the human service program at the Chicago Housing Authority.
Joint educational programs were created between the Chicago Public Schools and other institutions, such as museums, the Parks District, the Chicago Housing Authority, and city colleges.
Crime and urban violence actually go down in neighborhoods where trees go up, according to studies by the University of Chicago at Urbana-Champaign and Chicago Housing Authority.
Composed of FBI and CPD personnel, as well as personnel from the Chicago Housing Authority Police Department, the Illinois State Police, and the Cook County Sheriff's Police, the Joint Task Force on Gangs targeted high-ranking members of the Black Gangster Disciples Nation for investigation and prosecution.