Collective Impact is providing Cultural Competence Capacity Building training services for Westmoreland Drug and Alcohol Commission's Drug Free Communities (DFC) Coalition. The focus of the training is on awareness, empathy and acceptance, as well as differences and similarities in generational cohorts and cultural competence in the workplace.
Collective Impact is working with Fayette County Behavioral Health Administration (FCBHA) to lead various community partners through a strategic planning process to achieve reorganization and coordination of community resources that promote consumer recovery, resiliency, and advocacy into a unified system using peer leadership as the guiding force.
“The Trust Fund has worked with Collective Impact on a number projects and I have to say, their vision, ambition and desire to push out the barriers, is truly inspiring. Bruce has an innovative way of working with strong minded individuals and teams, by providing the leadership, tools and guidance necessary in getting the job done.” ~ Marlena Mullins – Executive Director, West Virginia Affordable Housing Trust Fund