Housing Opportunity - Improving Health Outcomes through Residential Energy Efficiency, Rick Goodeman

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  • Our vision: Effective positive change at all levels
    Adopt rational investment system – Health First
    Reduce societal costs
    Break down silos
    Initiate effective intervention through partnerships
    Strengthen local policies
    Educate to increase awareness
    Create opportunity & relevance within our industry
    Our Initiatives – Placed based & project based approaches
    Healthy housing curriculum
    Home safety curriculum
    Public health forums with MDH
    Public health partnership
    Targeting resources
    Integrative design
    Intentionality of connectiveness
    Impact research
    On-site management & Tenant Education

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  • 1. TERWILLIGER CENTER FOR HOUSING HOUSING OPPORTUNITY 2014 Southwest Minnesota Housing Partnership
  • 2. SWMHP Service Area
  • 3. Health as a Framework
  • 4. HEALTHY HOMES + HEATHY COMMUNITIES  Our Initiatives  Integrative design incorporates Health First  Green/health impact research  Integrated green & healthy principals across HO/tenant curriculum  Public health partnership for in-home health assessments  Targeted resources through regional referral system
  • 5. SWMHP Case Studies  Viking Terrace, Worthington, MN  60 units substantial rehabilitation  General Occupancy – large family tenant base  Cherry Ridge Apartments, Mankato, MN  83 units substantial rehabilitation  General Occupancy – large family tenant base  Orness Plaza, Mankato, MN  101 public housing substantial rehabilitation  Senior & disabled tenant base
  • 6. Project Research Components  Green Communities Pilot Projects  Planning Charrette – integrated design – energy/water conservation & health  Post Energy & Water Use Comparative Analysis  HVAC/Ventilation Commissioning  Health Impact Study  Tenant & Property Management Education  Green & Health informed PCNA process
  • 7. Dark Green vs. Light Green Viking Terrace Cherry Ridge Total Rehab Cost $49/SF $11/SF Green Practices: % of Overall Cost 15% 19% Reduction Energy Use 45% 18% Reduction Water Use 28% 41% Savings per Unit $115/year $113/year
  • 8. Viking Terrace Apartments Before & After
  • 9. Green Features Roof truss system with standing seam steel roof & enhanced attic insulation Geo-thermal heating and cooling system Energy star rated appliances Water conserving appliances and fittings Energy efficient lighting & windows, occupancy sensors, & enhanced wall insulation Recycled materials Recycled content flooring
  • 10. Health First Elements  Ventilation  Low-VOC adhesives, paints & coatings  Testing & mitigation of contaminants, e.g. Radon  Pest management  Smoke-free requirements  Energy star continuous exhaust ventilation  Surface water drainage control  Outdoor spaces & pedestrian connections  Education
  • 11. Viking Terrace Health Impacts  33% to 62%  Chronic bronchitis: 10% - 0%  Hay fever: 12% - 4%  Sinusitis: 12% - 2%  Asthma: 12% - 4%  Hypertension: 10% - 4%  53% to 65%  Respiratory allergies: 15% - 4%  Ear infections: 15% - 4%  Eczema/skin allergy: 23% - 0%. Adults Children General health reported as very good or excellent Specific medical conditions decreased:
  • 12. Orness Plaza Before & After
  • 13. The Successes  Preservation of key community resources.  Integration of health and performance modifications through planning, implementation and post data collection.  Integration of community space outdoors.  National recognition for the green and healthy features.