Healthy Families/Thrivig Commuities Collaborative Council

Healthy  Families/Thrivig Commuities Collaborative Council We are a 501(c) (3), organization that provides leadership, advocacy, resource development, technical assistance, and training to the six Healthy Families/Thriving Communities Collaboratives.

The six Collaboratives are independent nonprofit organizations that operate across the District of Columbia in communities facing intergenerational economic, social and safety challenges. Since the mid 1990s, the Collaboratives supported by the Collaborative Council, have joined with community members – residents and institutions alike – to re-weave the social fabric. Each community solution is tailored to the needs of the community with Collaboratives and their partners offering a range of unique services and supports to children and families. Role of the Collaborative Council:

1.Leverage and secure public and private resources
2.Promote a citywide neighborhood based strategy to support service delivery and capacity building
3.Develop and solidify key partnerships/relationships
4.Ensure consistent service delivery and standards of operations
5.Promote and communicate our successes including the use of research to document our performance
6.Ensure appropriate risk management practices throughout the collaborative network inclusive of governance and operations
7.Ensure leadership is in place to achieve goals and objectives
8.Secure and maintain appropriate technological capacity to include a database consistent with our case management, documentation, and evaluation strategies
9.Mediate and collaborate cross boundary issues
10.Investigate and mitigate matters that threaten the reputation, funding and/or positioning of the HFTCC movement

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Washington D.C., DC

General information

The Collaborative Movement emerged from local efforts to improve the District of Columbia’s child welfare system, in part related to the LaShawn lawsuit in court-order receivership of the District’s child welfare system, and from the 1993 enactment of the Federal Family Preservation and Family Support Act. Legislation provided incentives to states to develop community-based family supports that could:


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