Government officials and community members got a firsthand look at Vía Sana in Cleveland’s Clark-Fulton neighborhood – which will feature 72 affordable, high-quality residences and a community services hub – that is being developed jointly by The MetroHealth System and The NRP Group.
Vía Sana, meaning “a healthy way,” is one of "Healthcare and Housing" developments spearheaded by NRP to improve Social Determinants of Health (SDOH) in underserved communities by partnering with hospitals, nonprofits and municipalities.
“NRP is dedicated to creating affordable communities that provide residents with opportunities for long-term success,” said J. David Heller, President and CEO of The NRP Group. “Via Sana is a continuation of our efforts to partner with healthcare providers to increase resident access to healthcare and other services, such as financial literacy workshops and career training. We’re thrilled to celebrate the opening of Vía Sana with The MetroHealth System and CCH Development Corp — each of whom have played an instrumental role in identifying services and programs that will cater to the needs of residents and the Clark-Fulton community at large.”
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