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COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT FRAMEWORK An asset based approach OEIB EQUITY AND PARTNERSHIPS SUBCOMMITTEE, 2015
WHY FOCUS ON ASSETS? Needs (What is not there) Assets (What is there) Services to meet needs Connections and Contributions Community (PEOPLE are the answer) Consumers (PROGRAMS are the answer)
INTEGRITY TRANSPARENCY EQUITY COLLABORATION SELF-REFLECTION VALUES
GOAL: CREATE LONG TERM RELATIONSHIPS
STEP 1: FIND A HANDHOLD STEP 5: CONTINUAL COMMUNITY INTRODUCTION S STEP 4: OUTLINE NEXT STEPS RESULTING IN A PLA N STEP 3: CONSTRUCT AN ASSET MAP STEP 2: BEGIN/CONTINUE A RELATIONSHIP FRAMEWORK STEPS
THROUGH BUILDING RELATIONSHIPS WE ARE ABLE TO ENVISION NEW POSSIBILITIES. OEIB EQUITY AND PARTNERSHIPS SUBCOMMITTEE, 2015
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