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Center for Collaborative Planning

Engaging communities for action since 1994

Our Resume

Past Projects

Community Assessment and Strategic Planning

Grossmont-East County Healthy Neighborhoods Initiative
Funded by: Grossmont Healthcare District, East County Community Clinic
Period: 1998 - 2000

CCP coordinated a community health assessment in east San Diego County and provided training to local residents and organizations on community development and strategic planning. CCP helped design the grant-making process, provided training and technical assistance to funded communities and conducted a qualitative evaluation using a story telling process. Please visit our library to download the assessment's Final Report or the evaluation report, Building Healthy Neighborhoods Collaboratively.

Sacramento County Children and Families Commission Visioning
Funded by: Sacramento County Children and Families Commission
Period: 1999 - 2000

To support the Commission's strategic planning effort, CCP coordinated 23 community- visioning forums in Sacramento County to identify key issues and resources and trained 40 youth to illustrate visions at these forums. The Sacramento County Children and Families Commission used the visions to guide the strategic plan and identify priorities for funding. The report, A Community Vision for the Future of Sacramento's Children, is available online here

Stanislaus Health Department Consultation/Strategic Planning
Funder: Stanislaus County Health and Human Services
Period: 2001 - 2002

Provided consultation and strategic planning facilitation for department staff and personnel with focus on asset-based planning and community collaboration.

Call to Action
Funded by: First 5 Sacramento Commission (formerly the Sacramento County Children and Families Commission)
Period: 2002 - 2003

With this planning grant, CCP is working with the Oak Park and Tahoe Colonial communities in Sacramento to identify associations that are interested in contributing to the prevention of child abuse, child neglect and domestic violence. The effort is based on principles of Asset-Based Community Development.