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Center for Collaborative Planning

Engaging communities for action since 1994

Our Resume

Past Projects

Technical Support and Consultation

Community Partnerships for Healthy Children (CPHC) Council
Funded by: Sierra Health Foundation
Period: 2002 - 2004

Provided support (technical, convening, fund development, fiscal management and policy development) to the CPHC Council, an association of collaboratives affecting health policy at both state and local levels.

Sacramento Dyson Initiative
Funded by: Dyson Foundation
Period: 2002 - 2003

CCP is developing a curriculum and providing technical assistance and training to physicians and community residents in Asset-Based Community Development and collaboration.

WHL ACTION (Alumni Collaborating To Improve Our Nonprofits)
Funded by: Johnson & Johnson through the UCSF National Center of Excellence in Women's Health, Women's Community Health Leadership Program
Period: 2002 - 2003

WHL ACTION provides culturally appropriate technical assistance to graduates of WHL who have become nonprofit managers in community-based organizations throughout California.

Collaboration for School Readiness
Funded by: UCLA Center for Healthier Children, Families and Communities and First 5 California
Period: 2002

CCP authored a guidebook to collaboration for school readiness for the Proposition 10 funded School Readiness initiative and facilitated a series of regional companion trainings in four locations throughout the state. The report may be viewed here (requires Adobe Reader).

Shingletown Community Center
Funded by: Shingletown Family Resource Center
Period: 2002

CCP provided technical assistance to Shingletown Community Center to develop their strategic action plan for a family resource center.

Asset-Based Community Planning: Strong Partnerships, Healthy Children & Families
Funded by: Santa Clara County Children and Families Commission
Period: 2001

Developed planning tools for coordinators working in the school readiness and regional partnership initiative sponsored by the Commission. Provided training in Asset-Based Community Planning and collaborative development to build partnerships to improve young children's readiness for school.

Los Angeles Unified School District Nutrition Network
Funded by: Los Angeles Unified School District
Period: 2000 - 2001

Provided training and consultation in using Asset-Based Community Development principles and techniques to build a nutrition network to create healthier students. Healthy Choices, Healthy Children, a video on this approach is available from the LAUSD Nutrition Network at