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Comprehensive Community Development: An Intro

Comprehensive community development is a complex field designed to address the complicated work of reviving low- and moderate-income communities.

To read more about the work of the Institute to learn and promote best practices in the field, visit the About Us section.

For an overview of what comprehensive community development is and how it works, read Patrick Reardon's article, Comprehensive development -- 'How you approach everything.'

Research on comprehensive community development is--like the field itself--relatively new. However, there have been a number of studies and reports that provide insight into what has worked and lessons for implementation.

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The Path of Most Resistance: Reflections on Lessons Learned from New Futures
Lessons from the New Futures program, a five-year, five-city, $50 million experimental venture designed to support comprehensive approaches to the multiple problems of “at-risk” children.

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