Strong Neighborhood Project

Neighbor to neighbor, block by block. That’s the approach they’re taking in connecting people to one another and other resources available to them in Central Louisiana.

It’s the asset-based work of the Strong Neighborhood Project, centered in Pineville, LA. They say they are taking an asset-based approach to “revitalizing the community and empowering its citizens to take charge of what’s happening in their back yards.” Beyond connecting neighbors, neighbors and volunteers work throughout the area to offer health screenings, quality food access, child development programs and more.

This video is an overview:

Learn more at their website and in this article in US News and World Report

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About the Lead Author

Leslie Stephen
Leslie Stephen
Leslie Stephen is the editor of The Abundant Community book and website.

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