Building Partnerships to Improve Health in Arizona Communities
In every Arizona community, there are people whose physical and mental health needs are not being met for any number of reasons. Living in a food desert, experiencing homelessness, struggling with addiction, having adverse childhood experiences, facing economic hardship, and so many other factors increase the risk for poor health.
The issues are complex, the need is great. Partnership is the bridge that can improve individual health while influencing systemic change.
Join us on November 17 at 10 a.m. for a roundtable discussion on building partnerships, trust, and community impact.
The executive directors from Arizona Poison and Drug Information Center, Flagstaff Shelter Services, and Mission of Mercy will share insights and ideas on how to:
• Identify the partnerships that will meet community need
• Build trust in the community by talking and listening to the people being served
• Create cross-sector partnerships and relationships with funders
• Measure success and nurture sustainability