Leaders for Communities
A place to bump into others interested in ensuring communities are engaged to create healthier places to live, work, play and worship.
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Started by Mark Robinson. Last reply by Mark Robinson Jan 18, 2012.
Started by Lee Cruz Apr 13, 2010.
Started by Vikki Baptiste Mar 30, 2010.
Good luck with your work. In case it is helpful to you here is a link to the report on what we did and how we impacted the economic and social life of Chatham Square neighborhood in New Haven, CT by identifying and supporting residents who have taken the initiative in making their neighborhood a great place to live, work and play. We used the Health Neighborhood framework taught to me by Marcia Nedland and Michel Schubert. Two years after we stopped working with the neighborhood, which we did for 3 years residents are engaged in creating their own community revitalization with no intervention on our part and minimal financial support from our Foundation. Best of luck on your efforts, please keep us informed. Lee
I am glad to have discoverd this web site and al that it has to offer. Currently, I'm plugged in to a community economic revitalization process: Mid-North Quality of Life Plan. I'm working with the Housing Action Team to develop a comprehensive hosuing plan as response and the current decimation and disparity in the current stock. It's an intersting ride thus far and I'm sure there is wealth of wisdom in this group that i can pull from hopefully assist. Stay tuned for updates and help.
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