Learn how community developers are impacting the health of residents in a low-income housing complex in St. Paul and a senior center in Minneapolis, through two Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC)-supported projects.
To illustrate how a collaborative effort to address social determinants of health can work in practice, this case study presents an in-depth examination of Hennepin Health, a county-based safety-net ACO in Minneapolis, Minnesota, and surrounding suburban communities.
Six hospitals in five cities are recognizing that health is more than just treating sick patients, and are beginning to adopt new principles that can build more prosperous and healthier communities.
This report highlights a few of the Local Initiatives Support Corporation’s community health projects that are working to revitalize neighborhoods by bringing in new resources and opportunities.
VMDO Architects, in collaboration with the University of Virginia and University of Nebraska, redesigned a 1950s-era elementary school in rural Virginia to encourage healthy eating and physical activity among all students.
Through eight case studies, NeighborWorks America reveals how strong partnerships, defined target areas, and deliberate community engagement can be crucial in community stabilization and recovery.