In 2019, four community organizations joined together in the Initiative’s first implementation learning community or Community of Practice to strengthen the impact of their community programs. The Implementation Community of Practice is a funded opportunity for organizations to receive training and technical assistance with planning, evaluation, and sustaining their respective programs while also building capacity through peer to peer networking and learning. The success of this model has led to offering the opportunity on yearly basis and is currently serving its fourth cohort of participants. Watch the video to hear from the first cohort of participants.
If you are interested in participating in an Implementation Community of Practice, request more information below.
Participate in the Ohio 5-Day Facilitator’s Training Program to learn all you need to begin.
Make the difference in your community. Support is available to you so you never have to feel alone in the work you do.
Access the tools you need to effectively assess your program.
Use the data you’ve generated to garner the support of funding agencies so you can build on your success and continue to transform lives.
Learn about how the initiative is making an impact across Ohio. Download our flyer to learn more and share with the leaders of your organization to begin helping youth and adults across the state make a successful transition back to their families.
The implementation process begins with training. We offer two options for training in this program:
Training sessions are held periodically, so you can join a community of like-minded leaders looking to make a difference.
Are you part of an organization interesting in hosting your own training? If you don’t see a session that fits your schedule, contact us.