The three pillars for neighborhood revitalization, sustainability, and resiliency are human capital, physical capital, and fiscal capital. There are greater demands than ever for communities to invest in education, job training, infrastructure, housing, economic development, and public services at a time when federal, state, and local resources are dwindling. At the same time, funders are demanding greater accountability and transparency through outcome-based performance creating greater tension on diminished resources. TDA is uniquely qualified to help local communities weather the tides of change.
A nationally recognized expert in housing, community, and economic development, TDA has assisted state and local governments and their partners plan and develop community, economic development, and neighborhood revitalization programs for over two decades. Our team is intimately familiar with recent U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) changes and can help grantees comply without losing the goal of comprehensive neighborhood revitalization and economic growth. TDA can maximize a community’s use of all three sources of capital to achieve sustainability and resiliency.
TDA’s team can address these key program areas: planning and program design, policies and procedures, project implementation, monitoring and compliance, as well as many others.