Cross-Site Projects

Cross-site projects are those undertaken by NNIP with the participation of multiple partners. Some initiatives are designed to engage all of the local partners and strengthen the network as a whole. In others, a few partners undertake a comparable set of tasks to advance an agenda in their own community. Throughout the initiative partners share their successes and challenges and their experiences are woven together in a summary report to offer lessons for other localities and national policy.

September 2008 - August 2009
Funder: Fannie Mae
The cross-site project, Addressing the Foreclosure Crisis, aimed to help local stakeholders in Atlanta, Chicago, and Washington, D.C. design more effective data-driven strategies to... [read more]
2004 - 2008
Funders: Urban Markets Initiative, Brookings Institution, Annie E. Casey Foundation, Fannie Mae Foundation
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2001 - 2006
Funders: Annie E. Casey Foundation, National Institute of Justice
The Reentry Mapping Network (RMN) was a nationwide partnership between the Urban Institute and organizations in 15 cities working to map and analyze prisoner reentry and related... [read more]
1996 - 2006
Funder: Rockefeller Foundation
The Arts and Culture Indicators in Community Building Project (ACIP) was an exploratory and experimental effort to develop arts and culture neighborhood indicators for use in local planning,... [read more]
2001 - 2003
Funder: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
Variations in neighborhood conditions are critical to health outcomes and program options in America. In almost all urban areas, serious health problems are highly concentrated in a fairly small... [read more]