Many national, state, and local partners, public and private, work together to support Promise Neighborhoods and its sister programs. Click on the bars below to learn how federal and national partners contribute.

Federal Partners

Several federal agencies operate programs supporting community and neighborhood programs:

The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development offers grants and neighborhood supports through Choice Neighborhoods. Choice Neighborhoods grants fund the preservation, rehabilitation, and transformation of some public and privately owned multifamily housing; they engage local governments, nonprofits, and for-profit developers in partnerships to improve surrounding communities.
The U.S. Department of Justice manages the Innovations in Community Based Crime Reduction Program, which supports community-oriented strategies to address priority crime problems and develop comprehensive crime strategies.
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services manages the Health Center Program. This program makes primary and preventive care centers or medical homes, available to people who otherwise wouldn't have easy access to medical care.


National Partners

The Urban Institute is working with the U.S. Department of Education to provide a range of training and technical assistance (TTA) to Promise Neighborhoods grantees to help them build the capacity they need to successfully plan and implement their cradle-to-career strategies. Urban’s TTA team is committed to supporting grantees throughout the course of their grant program by providing training, technical assistance, tools and resources. The Urban Institute is working in partnership with AEM Corporation, Clear Impact, The Center for the Study of Social Policy and FHI 360 to provide a suite of supports for grantees, including training, analysis and project management support, and collaboration opportunities with other grantees.