We are proud of Edith Stephenson, our colleague in Missouri who advocates for the rights of the elderly and disabled.
Public Housing in Georgetown: Trestle Way
Working together takes trust and solidarity. How is trust developed? What does it take for people to develop solidarity and community in a healthy way rather than toxic? I have examined situations that may help to understand these issues by comparing the healthy and the toxic, situations that exemplify the problem and/or a solution.
Here is the story of one public housing community, Trestle Way in Georgetown; the Director, Diane Drinan; and a generous town.
Preventing hospitalization, death from COVID-19
Those of us who are elderly and/or disabled are at increased risk for COVID-19, especially those who live in public and subsidized multifamily housing, do now seek effective public health measures.
We must speak out at this time of the ongoing COVID-19 epidemic out of concern for the well-being of tenants of public and subsidized housing for elderly and disabled residents.