Topics: Identifying community assets; coalition strategy analysis; coalition infrastructure
This training will feature an “Ask The Experts” round table discussion with guest coalitions Healthy Greater Worcester and Franklin County’s Communities That Care
Description: Sustainability is a key component of any successful project. It is the continued, consistent implementation of effective prevention policies, strategies, and practices. Ideally, sustainability is a part of any planning process or program from the very beginning, adaptable to changes in funding, leadership and community structure. But how is sustainability achieved, particularly in an unpredictable and changing landscape? It is an uncertain time and even more essential now for coalitions committed to population health to be innovative, flexible, and nimble while still promoting their core mission. During this training, participants will be introduced to the many facets of sustainability including identifying community assets, sustaining strategies & outcomes, and coalition infrastructure.
Audience: Coalition leaders and partners planning or in the process of implementing community health initiatives.
Trainer: Daisy Ortega
Participants completing this training will be able to:
This training address the following MA DPH Coalition Quality Criteria: