Collective Impact is working with the citizens of District 9 (Altizer and Guyandotte) in the City of Huntington, West Virginia to develop a community-driven vision and strategic plan. In this project, Collective Impact is providing planning services with a diverse group of community champions. Using its signature Community Design Innovations model, Collective Impact will help participants adopt a community vision, team mission and strategies to transform their communities. Read more about this important work here.
Collective Impact worked with Washington Drug and Alcohol Commission (WDAC) and Butler County Drug and Alcohol Program focusing on problem gambling. Also a full-day training on Cultural Competence Capacity Building for various Washington County non-profit organizations was provided.
“Working with Denina on projects takes what originally seem like insurmountable tasks to me, to a finished project that is of high quality and successful. Her community engagement, group development and facilitation skills have not only assisted me in successfully completing my work responsibilities, but provide a sense of relief and confidence because I know she is right there by my side moving the process along! I also want to acknowledge Bruce, Steve and Karen for their contributions to the Collective Impact projects conducted here in Butler County. This CI team is dynamic and always a pleasure to work with! I value our relationship and look forward to working together on many projects in the future.” ~ Beth Ehrenfried-Neveux, Prevention Specialist; Butler County Human Services: Drug and Alcohol Program.