The Collective Impact Framework is a model for system reform that supports cross-sector collaboration by collectively addressing a particular social problem. A common agenda, shared measurement, mutually reinforcing activities, continuous communication, and backbone support are key to building community cohesion and are critical principles of Collective Impact.
This three-part offering introduces the Collective Impact Framework as a conceptual tool to help community leaders coordinate their resources and strategize ways to better align the experiences of families, children and community members in services and programs that attend to the social determinants of health.
In this webinar, individuals learn what the collective impact framework looks like through the backbone function around coordinating resources and support services to ensure student academic, socio-emotional, and attendance success.
social determinants of health, collective impact, collaboration