People in Place: The Case for Bridging Place-Based and People-Based Interventions to Disrupt Intergenerational Poverty 

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From physical structures to the environment and amenities, the condition of a neighborhood has a large influence on the well-being of children and their families. Through intentionally connecting people- and place-based disciplines, neighborhood impact leaders have the opportunity to leverage more than 200 years of community development research to drive positive health outcomes and impact today. Download this report to find out where more than 60 thought leaders identified gaps, challenges, and opportunities to disrupt intergenerational poverty nationwide through neighborhood stabilization, community wealth-building, and family well-being and self-sufficiency.