March 2012 - Mission 180 uses feedback from the one-on-ones and Open Forum attended by over 100 people to develop priority areas for action: Community Pride, Public Safety, Housing, Youth, Cultivating Art and History, and Economic Development.
February 2012 - Mission 180 holds an Open Forum to present the findings of the one-on-one analysis to the community and begin the action group discussion. In addition to outreach done by partners, the event was publicized in the Bay State Banner. The event drew more than 100 people.
Early 2012 - Mission 180 analyzes the one-on-one interviews, in coordination with UMASS Boston's Center for Social Policy, to identify common themes that will feed into the community contract and form action groups. See the One-on-One Analysis.
Winter 2011 - Mission 180 interviews 114 residents and stakeholders one-on-one about the strengths and weaknesses of the community.
Fall 2011 - Mission 180 trains 20 interviewers in preparation for the one-on-one interview process
Summer 2011 - Mission 180 awards early action grants to build trust, buy-in, and capacity in the community.
Spring 2011 - Nuestra Comunidad Development Corporation convenes the Mission 180 Steering Committee.
2010 - The Warren Street Corridor is selected as a Resilient Communities/Resilent Families neighborhood, with the Nuestra Comunidad Development Corporation as the convening agency.