Stories using information in community building and local policy : National Neighborhood Indicators Partnership guide
Kingsley, G. Thomas, 1936-
National Neighborhood Indicators Partnership
The Urban Institute
Extent: 1 electronic text (43 p.) : col. ill., maps, digital, PDF file.
Abstract: The National Neighborhood Indicators Partnership (NNIP) is a collaborative effort of the Urban Institute and local organizations in more than 30 cities that operate recurrently updated information systems with neighborhood level data and work to ensure the data will be applied effectively in policy development and community building. This collection of brief case studies that describe the local partners successes in using neighborhood indicators in to improve their communities in several areas, including neighborhood development, housing, children and schools, crime and prisoner reentry, health and service delivery.
3rd ed.; Title from PDF title image (viewed on Mar. 20, 2010).; "June 2007."; Includes bibliographical references.; harvested from http://www.urban.org/UploadedPDF/412033_stories_using_information.pdf on March 30, 2010.
Community development, Urban--United States
Public welfare--United States
Community information files--United States
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