Greene County Human Services contracted with Collective Impact to develop a “Children and Family Resource Directory” to serve as a useful guide to be used by various entities throughout Greene County Pennsylvania.
Greene County Human Services engaged Collective Impact to use our signature Community Design Innovations model to work with the town of Nemacolin Pennsylvania to design a comprehensive community-based substance abuse prevention plan. Click here to see the plan!
"As a large center, we collectively set out to begin our strategic planning process knowing there would be many levels of detail to consider and the need for objective, thoughtful, and creative ideas and assessment processes. Immediately, Bruce Decker listened to our needs and considered what our center was “all about”. He took the time to invest in this effort so that he could respond to participants’ needs along the way. He provided detailed materials that efficiently and effectively helped us focus on what we needed to accomplish at the upcoming sessions. During the sessions, he creatively kept our attention while making all pieces of the session pertinent to our goal. In the end, people loved Bruce and what he was able to accomplish. Repeatedly, I heard that our sessions were not “typical strategic planning” sessions. Positive reviews have come in from our center team AND our partners. Finally, the summaries Bruce provided to us after each session are crucial documents to us as we build new materials and the plan for the next 5 years!!!! We are very grateful to Bruce and Collective Impact!" ~ Lesley Cottrell, Director, West Virginia University Center for Excellence in Disabilities (WVU CED), Morgantown, WV