This catalog includes the many types of resources produced by the individual partners and the partnership as a whole. For informal updates on partner work that might not include published products, visit our Activities page.

Is Dallas a Whole City? 2006 Wholeness Index Summary Report

Report - By: J. McDonald Williams Institute
October 23, 2006

Institute for Urban Policy Research

Using Local Health Information To Promote Public Health

Journal Article - By: Jeff Luck, Carol E. Chang, Richard Brown, John Lumpkin
July 7, 2006

Urban Institute
NNIP Coordinator

NNIP Partner Reports May 2006

Report - By: Urban Institute
May 17, 2006

Urban Institute
NNIP Coordinator

Housing in the Nation's Capital 2005

Report - By: Margery Austin Turner, G. Thomas Kingsley, Kathryn L.S. Pettit, Jessica Cigna, Michael Eiseman
November 15, 2005

Urban Institute
NNIP Coordinator
NeighborhoodInfo DC
Washington, D.C.

Chain Reaction: Income, Race, and Access to Chicago's Major Player Grocers

Report - By: Metropolitan Chicago Information Center
September 1, 2005

(Inactive) Metropolitan Chicago Information Center

Trends in Maternal and Infant Health in Poor Urban Neighborhoods: Good News from the 1990s, but Challenges Remain

Journal Article - By: Embry Howell, Kathryn L.S. Pettit, G. Thomas Kingsley
August 2005

Urban Institute
NNIP Coordinator

Maximizing Resources in Delivering Technical Assistance: Lessons from Two Cities

Presentation - By: Allison Plyer, Jake Cowan
July 31, 2005

The Data Center
New Orleans
NeighborhoodInfo DC
Washington, D.C.

Sample Memorandum of Understanding - Employment, welfare, and transit data - Other Data

MOU - By: The Providence Plan
July 5, 2005

(Inactive) The Providence Plan

Looking Back to Face Forward: Confronting Growing Gaps and Declining Achievement in Denver Schools

Report - By: Colorado Children's Campaign, The Piton Foundation
July 2005

Shift Research Lab

Sample Position Description – Director

Job Description - By: Community Research Partners - Research Services
March 4, 2005

Community Research Partners