PUEBLO:  A collective impact commUNITY​

Continuous Communication

Create continuous communication that engages and empowers children, youth, and parents

  • Engage Youth with ongoing youth voice and youth leadership including yearly photo voice measures

  • Mapping of community services

  • Making resources work together beyond referral

  • Sustained youth and community leadership

  • Building integration among and between youth-serving groups

Backbone Support

Maintain a backbone support organization for collective work for the next 25 years

  • Interactive infrastructure for broad array of stakeholders

  • Coordination of differentiated activities through a mutually reinforcing plan of action

  • Building commitment to the vision

  • Re-sourcing what Pueblo already has to support the vision

  • Constantly revise the long term plan

Common Agenda

Develop a common agenda with a shared measurement system

  • Build Partnerships and vision – Design team convening, initial steering committee

  • Refine the common vision and agree on appropriate outcomes

  • Develop data sharing agreements among Pueblo service providers

  • Scan data and successful efforts in Pueblo and other communities

  • Engage and develop evaluation expertise

  • Strengthen communications – working with the One CommUNITY wiki

Mutual Reinforcement

Integrate mutually reinforcing activities that assure access for children that need us most

  • Identify areas of community gain; leverage areas where we already have traction (i.e., Safe Schools-Healthy Students, Pueblo Alliance for Healthy Teens, Early Childhood community)

  • Integrate health and mental health services for children and youth

  • Encourage stakeholders to undertake activities at which they excel and can coordinate seamless delivery with others

One CommUNITY Pueblo believes that it will become increasingly important to build learning beyond traditional silos of agency or sector. 

The concept of the Data Fusion Center builds communication structures framed by the field of law enforcement in recent years . By finding ways to tap into data gathered from various sources – some public, some private, some nonprofit – the idea is to incorporate learning into data collection. We think of it as adding back in the human element back to data gathering, perhaps via annual summits. The focus of the conversation will always be to understand what is working and how we might use limited resources to the best effect. It is systems thinking – and it goes beyond silos.

Only data that cannot violate privacy rights will be used.


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