Save the Date: January 23-24, 2018 


The 2018 Prosperity Indiana Summit and Statehouse Day will be held January 23-24, 2018, at the Sheraton Indianapolis City Center Hotel. The focus of this annual gathering of Prosperity Indiana’s members and partners will be the intersection of community health and community development.

Strengthening our communities requires us to consider the ways that people and their environment interact with one another. The health of one is intricately intertwined with the health of the other. Conditions in the places where people live, learn, work, and play affect a wide range of health risks and outcomes. These conditions are known as social determinants of health.

What to Expect

  • Learn from local and national experts working at the intersection of community health and community development
  • Connect with peers from around the State
  • Meet with your elected state officials about legislation that impacts your work
  • Celebrate excellence in the field of community economic development in Indiana

Know a noteworthy person or organization that has made an impact on Indiana's communities? 

Click here to nominate them for our annual awards!


Who Should Attend
  • Community-based organizations
  • State and local government 
  • Financial institutions
  • Health professionals
  • Affordable housing developers
  • Placemakers
  • Formal and informal community leaders
  • Advocates for community prosperity
  • Anyone invested in building vital communities and resilient families

Location

  • Indiana Statehouse (January 23, 2018)
    200 W. Washington St., Indianapolis, IN 46204
  • Sheraton Indianapolis City Centre Hotel (January 24, 2018)
    31 W. Ohio St., Indianapolis, IN 46204

Summit Registration
Click here to register now

Accommodations

Click here to take advantage of the room block rate ($119 per night) at the Sheraton Indianapolis City Centre Hotel, available until December 24, 2017. 

Agenda

 Time Itinerary and Content
8:30 AM  Registration
9:15 AM  Welcome
9:30 AM  Opening Plenary Remarks
10:45 AM  Concurrent Sessions - 3
  • Your House is Making You Sick
  • Leveraging Affordable Housing Policy for Healthy Communities
  • Active Living Workshops
12:00 PM  Lunch and Plenary Remarks
David Erickson, Director, Center for Community Development Finance at the 
Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco
2:15 PM  Concurrent Sessions - 3
  • Perspectives on Building Healthy Places
  • Treating the Opioid Crisis at the Neighborhood Level
  • Using Community Health Needs Assessments to Engage Nonprofit Hospitals
3:30 PM   Concurrent Sessions - 3
  • Vacant Property Legal Assistance to Stabilize Neighborhoods
  • Transit and Community Health
  • TBD
4:30 PM   Closing and Reception






*Content is not confirmed at the allocate time slot and is subject to change

"There is an entire industry—community development—with annual resources in the tens of billions of dollars that is in the ‘ZIP-code improving’ business. And in the health field, there is increasing recognition of the need to act on the social determinants of health. The time to merge these two approaches—improving health by addressing its social determinants and revitalizing low-income neighborhoods—is now.” David Erickson

Sponsors

Please consider sponsoring the event. Details are available in the sponsorship prospectus. You will learn and gain exposure to member organizations and partners across the state of Indiana. Sponsorships range from $500 - $10,000. Join changemakers, placemakers, policymakers, builders, connectors, leaders, and lenders from the nonprofit, public, and private sectors. If you have sponsorship questions, please contact Jessica Love at jlove@prosperityindiana.org or 317-454-8537.

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