People reentering their communities after incarceration often face multiple barriers. Project RETURN leveraged pro bono research services from NNIP Partner Data You Can Use to help returning citizens find stable housing in Milwaukee.[Read More]
Neighborhood Nexus partner with Atlanta BeltLine mapped data to track how multimillion-dollar investments in a 22-mile railroad corridor are benefiting historically disinvested communities in Atlanta and informing future equitable investments.[Read More]
This guide from Data You Can Use and NNIP provides practical advice on hosting Data Chats, a model for community conversations about data that centers residents’ knowledge, community understanding, and experiences.[Read More]
Coordinated by the Urban Institute, NNIP is a learning network connecting partner organizations in 30 cities that ensure their communities have access to data and the skills to use information to advance equity and well-being across neighborhoods.[Read More]
The Juvenile Welfare Board is our partner organization from Pinellas County, FL. Learn more about how they are using data to bring about positive change in their neighborhoods.
In the early 1990s, Coulton created the NNIP model of assembling and democratizing neighborhood data from local sources. As she retires, we salute her vision and enrichment of the NNIP network over the decades.
Two NNIP Partners—Community Information: Now and the Polis Center at Indiana University–Purdue University Indianapolis—are collaborating with the Urban Institute on a Tableau-funded project to visualize their cities’ public safety budgets and inform wiser spending.