Skip to main content

Rebuilding Healthy Communities in Rural AmericaRebuilding Healthy Communities in Rural America

Commercial and Economic Development, Health & Wellness, Rural Community Development—How rural communities are addressing their unique revitalization challenges

More Than StorefrontsMore Than Storefronts

Commercial Corridors, Art, Culture & Economic Development, Arts & Culture—New publication from LISC explores the intersection of creative placemaking and community economic development

When Disaster StrikesWhen Disaster Strikes

Planning, Implementing, Affordable Housing—A round-up of our disaster preparedness and recovery stories


Engaging, Implementing, Community Safety, Parks, Open Space & Greening—Blog series features resident-led efforts in Flint, Michigan

From Pop-Ups to Park BenchesFrom Pop-Ups to Park Benches

Commercial Corridors, Arts & Culture: Physical Transformation, Implementing, Community Safety—5 ways to activate empty spaces in your community

Leadership, Funding and EngagementLeadership, Funding and Engagement

Affordable Housing—Lessons from New York’s land banks

Creating High-Functioning Nonprofits: Who Should Have What Financial Information? (Archived Webinar)Creating High-Functioning Nonprofits: Who Should Have What Financial Information? (Archived Webinar)

Leading—Webinar shows how nonprofits can benefit from financial literacy at all levels

2017 KIDS COUNT Data Book2017 KIDS COUNT Data Book

Education & Early Learning, Family Income & Assets, Health & Wellness, Youth Development, Sports & Recreation—Tracking the well-being of children across the U.S.

Underwriting EfficiencyUnderwriting Efficiency

Affordable Housing—New guide helps mortgage lenders encourage green practices in multifamily housing development

Making Neighborhoods HealthierMaking Neighborhoods Healthier

Health & Wellness—Children’s hospitals tackle health issues outside their walls

Featured Post

New Green & Healthy Housing Tool  See LISC NYC's new Integrated Physical Needs Assessment (IPNA) tool, developed to help owners and city and state agencies assess the conditions and the potential of publicly funded housing rehab projects. Read about it here

About the Institute

The LISC Institute for Comprehensive Community Development is designed to share knowledge and resources with LISC staff, local agencies in the LISC network and others who are working in the field of comprehensive community development. The Institute website, trainings, webinars and peer-to-peer support are tools that help practitioners and their partners successfully implement comprehensive community initiatives.

Read more

Stay connected

Stay up to date with news and events related to the Institute: