Resources

Youth, Family, and Community Engagement in Promise Neighborhoods

This webinar shares best practices to promote age-appropriate functioning of young children. Aims to equip PNs and community leaders with the knowledge, tools, and resources to serve GPRA 2

Download the Document

Virtual Meeting: The Foundations of School Readiness

this webinar is a community of practice discussion for PNs on school readiness. Hosted by PNI and ZERO TO THREE.

Download the Document

Building Infrastructure to Support Cross Sector Integration in Early Childhood Work

This webinar is a spotlight on Hayward PN in building cohesive systems to coordinate services to ensure children enter kindergarten with readiness for school. It is hosted in collaboration between PNI and ZERO TO THREE.

Download the Document

Promise Neighborhoods Federal Policy Webinar

This webinar presents information on federal and state legislation and policies that afect Promise Neighborhood implementation and sustainability. It also provides information on what sites can do to interact with their local officials.

Download the Document

Leveraging Policy Advocacy to Keep Students Healthy

This webinar shares the essence of using policy advocacy to achieve healthy nutrition and active living in PN students. St. Paul PN spotlight on efforts to achieve and sustain PN results through strong partnerships

Download the Document

Building Out a Successful Case Management System

In this webinar, staff from two PNs and the Urban Institute assert that a robust case management system is essential to tracking progress and improving youth and family outcomes. The presenters share best practices for case management systems based in Results-Based Accountability framework that...

Download the Document

A New Day for Data: How Promise Neighborhoods are transforming lives - For Families Forced Out, a Reason to Return (San Francisco, California)

This data story focuses on a Promise Neighborhood that is using data to transform lives by striving to meet the needs of residents from San Francisco’s gentrifying Mission District even as many are displaced from the neighborhood.

Download the Document