News

News

Too often people hear the “bad news” about our central city. The city of Phoenix is filled with assets and opportunities and people who really care. LISC strives to illuminate these stories and to challenge misperceptions of our central city neighborhoods.

In this section you will find a variety of resources aimed at raising the voices and stories of people working every day to make their neighborhood a great place to live, work, play, and grow.

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Also, check out our National office’s Online Resource Library

Most Recent Items

January 10, 2018

NAC combines power of Housing First and TOD at Camelback Pointe

For city, state, and federal housing leaders, Camelback Pointe is part of a regional effort to end chronic homelessness. The 54-unit apartment complex has a single-person focus and on-site case managers and resident service specialists to address an array of needs. For developer Native American Connections (NAC), the $13 million […]
December 6, 2017

Phoenix Indian School Visitor Center

“The mountains where the spirits of our ancestors live are connected to modern Phoenix, the past to the future. …  Inside the circle, the crossed lines represent the four cardinal directions — east, west, north and south. Directions from which we migrated, directions from which the students of the Phoenix […]
November 15, 2017

Wrap-up: 2017 Annual Event

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