Evaluating intentional neighboring

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Evaluating intentional neighboring

To determine the impact and outcomes of a program based on intentional neighboring, there must be a focus on relationships.

Transformational leadership

Leadership in a GHC means building the community's capacity to foster caring relationships and to work together toward common goals and a shared vision.

The Perception Factor: A Personal Journey

I no longer ask, “What can we do to make a positive difference in the lives of those we perceive to be needier than we are?”
I now ask, “How can we enrich each others’ lives and in so doing, make people’s lives have real significance?

Generations of Hope Communities: Augmenting social services with neighborhood care

Explores the basic GHC model, beginning with a brief overview of the vulnerable populations that could be supported by these communities, followed by a discussion of community connectedness, and of key strategies and practices of GHCs.

Restoring hope: Integrating living and learning communities for vulnerable youth

Applies the philosophical and core principles of the GHC model to an alternative educational setting - a GHC school

The Generations of Hope Community model: Opportunities and challenges for evaluation

Presents the evaluation protocol currently being developed as a template for adaptation across multliple GHC sites.

The child resiliency program at Hope Meadows

2011. Power, M. B., Mitchell, E. T., Eheart, B. K., & Hopping, D. Journal of Intergenerational Relationships, 9(3), 281-292.

Generations of Hope Communities: An intergenerational neighborhood model of support and service

2009. Eheart, B. K., Hopping, D., Power, M. B., Mitchell, E. T. & Racine, D. Children and Youth Services Review, 31:1, 47-52.