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
In this presentation, St. Paul Promise Neighborhood shares the influence of parents and partners on public decisionmaking. It shows how a coalition was able to advocate and drive legislation.
This brief provides tips on exploring the strengths and challenges facing your neighborhood through consulting with residents and community groups and planning how to build out solutions based on this information.
This fact sheet details information on bulding strong leadership for supported, respectful, long-lasting community engagement and partnerships in Promise Neighborhoods.
This fact sheet provides frequently asked questions and answers for using partnerships for effective implementation and long-term sustainability of PNs. It provides examples from communities where partnerships have helped communities succeed.
This fact sheet provides information on the value of connecting neighborhood and regional partnerships. It shows how this is a mutually benefiical relationship that allows for testing policy/systems, engaging communities more effectively, spreading innovation, removing policy barriers and accessing...
This video provides guidance on improving your comprehensive community change initiative.
This fact sheet is a series of talking points to promote the continued support for Promise Neighborhoods. It addresses federal funding, reasons for continued investment, and information about the impact of PN efforts.
This fact sheet provides tips and resources for PNs to effectively approach data . It contains best practices on data collection, sharing, and use of information to document community needs, design solutions, and monitoring progress.
This report highlights the methodology used to develop a neighborhood survey for residents of Astoria Houses to support Zone 126's (a PN) needs assessment and planning process. Zone 126 used results from the survey to inform the initiatives family and child-centered programming.