Filling the Gaps: Helping Struggling Property Owners Connect to Rehab and Repair Resources  

Visit our blog to see a non-exhaustive list of programs of free repair and rehab help for property owners.

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COVID-19 Update from Dr. Akilah Watkins

As we begin to face the long-term impacts of COVID-19, I want to encourage us that this time things can be different. We can be proactive in making our communities even better.

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Technical Assistance Available

Since 2010, Community Progress has provided technical assistance and support to almost 300 communities in 35 states. Get help growing equitable revitalization.

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Vacant Spaces into Vibrant Places

The mission of Center for Community Progress is to foster strong, equitable communities where vacant, abandoned, and deteriorated properties are transformed into assets for neighbors and neighborhoods. Founded in 2010, Community Progress is the leading national, nonprofit resource for urban, suburban, and rural communities seeking to address the full cycle of property revitalization. The organization fulfills its mission by nurturing strong leadership and supporting systemic reforms. Community Progress works to ensure that public, private, and community leaders have the knowledge and capacity to create and sustain change. It also works to ensure that all communities have the policies, tools, and resources they need to support the effective, equitable reuse of vacant, abandoned, and deteriorated properties. 

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Community Progress exists to help meet the growing need in America’s cities and towns for effective, sustainable solutions to turn vacant, abandoned, and deteriorated properties into vibrant places.

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Alan Mallach Shares in Hope for the Best, Plan for the Worst: Addressing the Aftermath of COVID-19

Download this short guide to jumpstart local and community conversations on how to address the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic in America’s highest-need neighborhoods.

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