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Network Commons — Why Investing in Communities Matters More than Ever in the Time of Coronavirus

At our Network Commons live discussion on May 6, 2020, we discussed the critical role community development work plays in supporting resilience and healthy communities now more than ever during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Network Commons Speaker Bios May 6th

Our speakers for the May 6 Network Commons, Why Investing in Communities Matters More than Ever in the Time of Coronavirus.

 

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Join us for our Network Commons: Why Investing in Communities Matters More than Ever in the Time of Coronavirus at 12 pm PT / 3pm ET on 5/6

The solutions to improve the health of communities often transcend the borders of cities or towns.

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Combating Social Isolation Requires a True System of Care

Cross-sector partnerships are tackling the growing problem of social isolation among seniors in our communities, before and after Covid-19.

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Community Development Is Crucial in This Moment

The pandemic is highlighting the crucial necessity of community developers’ work. Here’s what the field will need to play its part in the recovery. 

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Fostering Healthy Neighborhoods: Alignment across the Community Development, Financial Well-Being and Health sectors

Fostering Healthy Neighborhoods: Alignment across the Community Development, Financial Well-Being and Health sectors

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Hospitals Take Note—An important source of funding to address the social determinants of health may be disappearing

The Community Reinvestment Act (CRA) is now under threat. In January, the three regulatory agencies overseeing the CRA proposed significant changes.

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Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing Rule: The Proposed Change, Why it Matters for Health Equity, and What We Can Do

Watch the recording of the Build Healthy Places Network and Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s live discussion, on February 19, 2020. Alongside experts in the field, we discussed the proposed changes to the Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing (AFFH) rule.

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