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Mar 28, 2013

The Opportunity Alliance Board of Directors Adopt Collective Impact Strategy

Five Year Plan to Incorporate Hub and Behavioral Health Home Model
At their meeting last night the Board of Directors for The Opportunity Alliance voted to adopt a five year strategic plan which is founded on the idea of collective impact in coordination with many other community partners on the well being of the neighborhoods where its services are offered. "We've learned that no matter how effective our programming might me, we can't be the solution to every challenge faced by a community," said Mike Tarpinian, CEO, "but by bringing our considerable strengths to the community in partnership with others, we can see real and sustainable outcomes." The strategic plan incorporates creation of hubs where, in collaboration with residents of those neighborhoods and other community partners such as faith communities, schools, businesses, and police, The Opportunity Alliance will address the most pressing needs identified by residents of those neighborhoods.

For the full press release, download here.

To learn more about collective impact, read here.
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