The innovative action presented by the Urban Authorities of Sesto Fiorentino and Campi Bisenzio and a multidisciplinary private partnership coordinated by the Social Manager of FHT, proposes the evolution of the social housing service towards the supply chain of urban housing services through processes of sustainable integrated management of collaborative urban contexts; made possible thanks to the protagonism and involvement of citizens and local stakeholders in the management of the city of proximity, in which to create added value by addressing the theme of healthy cities, declined from the scale of the neighborhood to that of large area, and proposing to trigger, starting from the spread of urban gardens and cycle-workshops, virtuous processes aimed at improving the physical and environmental conditions of the urban public space, as well as its accessibility and recognition, in a perspective that promotes the well-being and health of citizens, focusing on pathways and processes of inclusion at work.