Neighborhood Health Driven Sustainability Plan

Michael Singer Studio is working in close collaboration with Community Solutions on a health driven community based sustainability plan for the Northeast Neighborhood of Hartford, Connecticut. The plan is directly informed by a neighborhood Health Impact Assessment through the Health Impact Project of the Pew Charitable Trusts and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. The community based planning process has identified several opportunity areas that can effectively provide positive impact to residents in terms of health, safety, education, employment, and overall wellbeing. As part of the planning process, these opportunities are now being distilled into specific and catalytic place based projects for implementation. This is taking place through the existing social and organizational infrastructure of Northeast Neighborhood.

Artist / Designer: Michael Singer
Singer Studio Planning Team: Jonathan Fogelson and Jason Bregman
Community Solutions: Rosanne Haggerty, Gina Federico Muslim,
Anna Marie Creegan, and John J. Thomas
Health Impact Assessment Technical Advisors: Michelle Rushing,
Elizabeth Jane Fuller, and James Dills of the Georgia Health Policy Center
Health Impact Project: Bethany Rogerson