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University of Michigan, School of Social Work Technical Assistance Center, Good Neighborhoods Initiative
 

Summary: University of Michigan, School of Social Work
Technical Assistance Center, Good Neighborhoods Initiative
Good Neighborhoods Initiative Flowchart
Planning Phase I: Community Goal and Strategy Areas
GNI Core Goals
1. Community Assets and Initiatives: To maximize the assets, capacity, and impact of resources and institutions in targeted communities
2. Natural Helpers: To enable a cadre of "natural helpers" who are committed to providing services or supports for children
3. Neighborhood-based Human Delivery System: To establish effective neighborhood-based human service delivery systems for children, youth, and families
4. Child Friendly Spaces: To improve the availability of child friendly spaces and the physical infrastructure of neighborhoods with large concentrations of children
5. Youth Development Programs: To increase opportunities for quality out-of-school time and youth development programs available to children and youth
6. Public/Private Investments: To increase public and private investments in neighborhoods to strengthen services and impact
7. Income and Wealth Building Strategies: To build the resiliency of children and families through income and wealth building strategies
Focus Groups
Facilitated by Detroit Parent
Network
a. Obtain a general picture of the
community including:
- General observations
- Neighborhood challenges
- Neighborhood strengths and

  

Source: Awtar, Shorya - Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Michigan

 

Collections: Engineering