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3/3/2003
This paper provides case studies showing that credit union partnerships with NeighborWorks organizations can contribute to building healthy communities. This is because credit unions and NeighborWorks organizations benefit from leveraging the human, physical, structural and financial assets that each has to offer while community members benefit from access to affordable financial products and services.

8/2/2002
The issue of how people can age in place in a safe, healthy and dignified manner is a front-burner issue, especially for the poor, frail elderly who live in communities served by the NeighborWorks network and by other community-based housing and health-care entities. The Southern District office of Neighborhood Reinvestment convened practitioners in the fields of housing, healthcare and supportive services to address this issue.

8/1/2002
Author(s)/Creator(s): Charles S. Wilkins, Jr.
This report contains the results of a special Congressionally-appropriated grant program to develop affordable multi-family housing that serves extremely low income households. The grants included capital grant "gap" funding for NeighborWorks organizations operating and preserving affordable multi-family housing.

11/1/2001
Author(s)/Creator(s): Anne Gass
This paper highlights a variety of ways that NeighborWorks organizations and state housing finance agencies (HFAs) are partnering to provide financial and technical assistance to affordable housing efforts.

10/1/2001
Author(s)/Creator(s): Kathryn Lawler
Read this paper to learn how the challenges of the housing and health-care system as two separate entities reflects a disconnect that causes frustrations and unnecessary expenditures at the national level and what can be done to address this problem.

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