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Growing the Space for Bridging Place Based and People Based Interventions to Disrupt Intergenerational 

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 impacts today.

Community Progress is excited to partner with resident-, community development-, and government leaders to disrupt intergenerational poverty nationwide by growing knowledge.

People in Place Initiatives

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Through surveys, forums, and ongoing analysis, we work to grow and share an understanding of the connections between neighborhood stabilization, community wealth-building, and well-being programming.

Our thought leadership reports on People in Place and other publications share the latest evolutions of the national conversation on connecting people- and place-based disciplines.

Community Progress works to facilitate virtual and in-person convenings that connect practitioners, researchers, and government leaders to explore and advance the connection between people- and place-based disciplines.

Members

The People in Place Collaborative is unique among peer working groups in that it intentionally brings together a diverse membership regarding their expertise, issue of focus, and the role they play in the broader community development field. The members represent practitioners, thought leaders, and philanthropic leaders at both the grassroots and national level.

The People in Place Collaborative is unique among peer working groups in that it intentionally brings together a diverse membership regarding their expertise, issue of focus, and the role they play in the broader community development field. The members represent practitioners, thought leaders, and philanthropic leaders at both the grassroots and national level.

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Take The Survey

Announcing the People in Place Collaborative Survey, a national survey created to better understand how communities are disrupting intergenerational poverty. Through this survey Community Progress can learn the best practices taking place through various efforts across the country.

Take the People in Place Collaborative Survey and help shape the Center for Community Progress' cross-sector community development research and programming.