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LifeLong Inman Park Neighbor to Neighbor Update


LifeLong Inman Park Neighbor to Neighbor Update
The LifeLong Inman Park Committee feels that community is more important than ever in these unpredictable and confusing times.  Therefore,  Neighbor to Neighbor volunteers would like to offer community assistance within the recommended boundaries of social distancing.  We are happy to pick up groceries and prescriptions or prepare and deliver meals to your porch to ease  troubled times.  Most of all, we would like neighbors to know that we care and stand ready to assist.  One way of doing that would be to establish telephone contact especially with our more vulnerable or isolated neighbors.  Volunteers will work from the recent directory to check in, just to say hi and how are you. Also, we would appreciate input from those of you aware of neighbors who might be struggling for various reasons.
 
We may not catch 100% of our neighbors at their telephones but just knowing that we are making the effort will spread the word that help can be available if it's needed.  Don't hesitate to call on us!
Contact Linda Gross at 404-545-5222 or Jackie Lawrence at 404-272-0024 or enter your request on the Inman Park website under the Lifelong Inman Park tab.  If you wish to volunteer your assistance please sign up via http://www.inmanpark.org under the Lifelong Inman Park tab, see Neighbor to Neighbor.
We look forward to hearing from you!

Lifelong Inman Park Information Series

Lifelong Inman Park Information Series 

Nancy Morrison

 

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Lifelong Inman Park Information Sessions

Lifelong Inman Park Information Series                     

Nancy Morrison

 

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Homelessness: Atlanta's Approach

Homelessness:  Atlanta’s Approach.  What works and what does not.

January 4th.  10:00 AM.   Inman Park Church.

 Atlanta’s chronic Homeless population has dropped 61% since 2013, however, there remains over 3,500 men, women, and children in need of permanent shelter (with 700 of those still on the street) according to Partners for HOMES. Come be part of the discussion and learn how the City of Atlanta and the United Way funding of 50 million dollars is an opportunity to end chronic homelessness and make the state of being homeless rare and brief.

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The Lifelong Inman Park Master Plan

Please plan to Attend the Presentation of the Lifelong Inman Park Master Plan
June 21, IPNA Meeting

The Lifelong Inman Park Plan was developed to guide Inman Park’s transformation into a Lifelong Community by incorporating the needs of older residents into all aspects of community planning, development, and living.

This plan reflects a national Lifelong Communities movement and addresses four Lifelong principles. These principles were identified through neighborhood surveys, a walking tour, and a workshop along with input from IPNA Board and neighbor meetings. The plan addresses housing, mobility/accessibility, services/information, and social engagement. For each principle, the plan describes existing conditions and identifies goals and policies that will guide the development of the Lifelong projects the neighborhood undertakes.

Inman Park’s plan is posted on the IP website for neighbor’s to review and a formal presentation will occur at the June 21st IPNA meeting. First is Lifelong IP  Report , Lifelong Inman Park Appendix and Lifelong IP Inplementation.


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