Building an Enriched Neighborhood® is not as simple as offering services. It is an incorporation of a community building model that defines what services, in what order and how these interact with the developmental exchange between neighbors as well as the intentional creation of partnerships with service providers who have adapted stellar services for work with low-income families. The results should be to empower families to be self-sufficient and move into the middle class due to access to improved education, health, advocacy, and homeownership.

What We Measure

Children

Dropout rates

Graduation rates

Trade school attendance

College/4-year university attendance

Post-secondary graduation

Teen pregnancies

Housing

Employment

Healthcare coverage

English first language/English speaking

Parents

Type of employment

Healthcare coverage

Number of adults employed

Number of English speakers

Move-in combined income compared to current

Unemployed

Job title

Job retention

Number of jobs since move-in

High school graduation

College or trade school since selection

Return to school since move in