Resources

Program: The Regional Opportunity Zone Portfolio

Municipal Toolkit for Maximizing the Impact of Opportunity Zones

The Governance Project Guidance

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The Region's 5-year Plan (Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy: CEDS)

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Appalachian Diseases of Despair (2019)

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Program: Substance Use Disorder (SUD) Recovery-to-Work Workforce Ecos...

Federal Data Resource for Substance Use Disorder: Rural Community Toolbox

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NYS DOS Investment Strategies

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Performance Measures

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Program: The Regional Opportunity Zone Portfolio

The Opportunity Exchange Library

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Program: The Regional Opportunity Zone Portfolio

Chan Zuckerberg Initiative on Opportunity Zones and Affordable Housing

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Program: The Regional Opportunity Zone Portfolio

The Lost Art of Small-Scale Development (Podcast Episode)

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Program: The Regional Opportunity Zone Portfolio

Opportunity Zones Maps and Data

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Program: Deployment Training with American Communities Regional Host

Department of Defense Innovative Readiness Training

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Program: Deployment Training with American Communities Regional Host

2019 Innovative Readiness Training Summary: Guard and Reserve Serve 3,608 Patients in Homer & Norwich

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Program: Water Quality Improvement Program

Water Quality Program: Watershed Resources

Several bodies of water in the watershed have been identified as impaired and are located along portions of the Susquehanna River, Chenango River, Unadilla River, Park Creek, Goodyear Lake and Whitney Point Reservoir. In Broome County, the Whitney Point Reservoir and a portion of the lower Susquehanna River have been assessed as impaired and require the development of a Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL), or other restoration strategy. Two other drainage basins include the Mohawk and Delaware Rivers. The Mohawk River Drainage Basin covers most of Schoharie County, where Engleville Pond and Summit Lake have been identified as impaired. The Delaware River Basin crosses Delaware County where impaired water bodies include the Pepacton and Cannonsville Reservoirs and a portion of eastern Broome where Fly Pond and Deer Lake are impaired. With assistance from the DEC, the Regional Board works with County Water Quality Coordinating Committees (CWQCC) to take local action to address water quality problems and needs in each county to plan for water quality improvement programs and remediation efforts in impaired water bodies and protection of healthy water bodies across the region and assist with DEC & DOH's Drinking Water Source Protection Program.

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ARC Prerecorded Videos: POWER Investment Priorities, Planning Grants, and Other Resources

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POWER Award Summaries by State

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ARC Strategic Plan

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Health Disparities in Appalachia, 2017

Creating a Culture of Health in Appalachia: Disparities and Bright Spots is an innovative research initiative sponsored by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) and the Appalachian Regional Commission (ARC) and administered by the Foundation for a Healthy Kentucky. This multi-part health research project will, in successive reports: measure population health and document disparities in health outcomes in the Appalachian Region compared to the United States as a whole, as well as disparities within the Appalachian Region; identify “Bright Spots,” or communities that exhibit better-than-expected health outcomes given their resources; and explore a sample of the Bright Spot communities through indepth, field-based case studies. Taken together, these reports will provide a basis for understanding and addressing health issues in the Appalachian Region. This research initiative aims to identify factors that support a Culture of Health in Appalachian communities and explore replicable activities, programs, or policies that encourage better-than-expected health outcomes that could translate into actions that othercommunities can replicate.

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Program: Substance Use Disorder (SUD) Recovery-to-Work Workforce Ecos...

SUD Workforce Ecosystem DDAA Learning Academy Resources

Resources developed in the 2020-2021 DDAA Learning Academy...many thanks to the Center of Regional Economic Competitiveness for hosting the supports!

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SMACKED! Heroin Addiction & Recovery in Rural America by producer Jessica Vecchione featuring Dr. Julie Dostal

The Active Recovery Workforce Industry Summit event was held on April 10th 2019. Movie producer Jessica Vecchione presented her short film entitled SMACKED! Heroin Addiction & Recovery in Rural America featuring Dr. Julie Dostal of LEAF.

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Electronic Code of Federal Regulations (2 CFR Part 200)

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Federal Subgrant Versus Contract

Subgrantee vs Contractor explained, August 2018

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Grant Information Session for Area Development FY2022

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2020 In Review

2020 In Review...

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Program: Broadband Infrastructure Improvement Planning

Internet Access Map provided by the Experts @ Center on Rural Innovation

Internet Access Map provided by the Experts @ Center on Rural Innovation

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Program: Broadband Infrastructure Improvement Planning

Internet Service Map Provided by the Experts @ FCC

FCC Map of Internet Service

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Program: Clean Energy Industry Cluster Support

Clean Energy Industry Cluster Study

Ecosystem assessment & strategy development to support established & start-up companies in the Clean Energy Industry across the Southern Tier. Industries Mapped across the Southern Tier.

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Program: Clean Energy Industry Cluster Support

Southern Tier NYS Clean Energy Industry Study 2020: Mapped

Industry Cluster Mapped by Tier Energy Network

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Regional Energy Infrastructure Study

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Appalachian Regional Commission Code, 2021

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Appalachian Regional Development Act, 1965

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