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How to Do It Resources
"Supporting Childhood Wellness through Healthy, Affordable Housing" Paseo Verde, a mixed-income development in Philadelphia, supports children’s health through green design, an on-site health center and pharmacy, and social service programs.
Community Commons Created for organizations and people working for healthy, sustainable and livable communities, this website is an "interactive mapping, networking and learning utility."
Understanding Health Reform A website for consumers and employers with a wide range of useful information about the Affordable Care Act.
DASH – NY Database for Obesity Prevention Policies and Evidence This searchable database has policies and academic research on a wide array of issues and topics that impact obesity at the community level.
For more, visit the Health & Wellness section of How To Do It
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.