May 24, 2017
During this session, Healthy Neighborhoods partners explored seven key findings from the first year of the initiative related to time, collaboration, resident engagement, leadership, staffing, and programs. Paul Tainsh, Senior Evaluator with the NYU Evaluation team, also shared preliminary findings about transformations around healthy food access, physical activity opportunities, safety, and healthy living support programs. Plans for continuing the Healthy Neighborhoods process evaluation were also shared during the session.
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