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Transforming Neighborhoods with Government Partners: Brief

paffairs@urban.org ( Molly M. Scott, Thomas Callan, Jennifer Biess, Saunji Fyffe)
Urban Institute
May 31, 2013
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The Great Recession and the corresponding collapse of the housing market have had far-reaching effects on communities across the country. With nonprofits and local governments both trying to do more with less, Habitat for Humanity International (HFHI) commissioned a study to crystallize the tools its affiliates need to nurture successful collaborations. Synthesizing information gleaned from a literature review, an extensive web survey of Neighborhood Revitalization Initiative (NRI) affiliates, and case studies of three communities, this report suggests concrete strategies to plan, build, and sustain relationships with local government partners.

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