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Convenings and Presentations

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The Institute organized panels and events featuring local officials highlighting their community’s best practices and lessons learned for collaborative approaches to key public health issues, including safety, violence-prevention and healthy eating–active living. Key presentations and resources are included here.

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Special Districts: Build for the Future
2016 California Special Districts Association Annual Conference Session

The Institute organized a session at the California Special Districts Association’s 2016 Annual Conference around how special districts are working to partner and collaborate with different agencies and organizations. Special district directors, managers, and staff heard from panelists from East Bay Regional Park District and California Summer Meal Coalition.

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Addressing Homelessness: Attainable, Collaborative Solutions
2016 League of California Cities Annual Conference Session

The Institute organized a session at the 2016 League of California Cities Annual Conference. Officials and staff heard from panelists on best practices and lessons learned in building and furthering collaborations to reduce or address homelessness in California communities. Panel / Presenters at the 2016 LCC Session on Homelessness

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Advanced Leadership Workshop – Stretching Community Dollars
Local agency leaders learn about partnerships and collaboration

Group discussions on vexing challenges and partnership resolutions Local elected officials have a unique and important role in the development, resilience and success of their communities. Collaborations in the form of shared services, staffing, joint use and planning yield results greater than any one single agency could achieve on its own. Through partnerships, officials recognize and work within the constraints and opportunities other community leaders operate in. In successful collaborations, clarity prevails in leveraging and maximizing finite human and economic resources.

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Panelist Pam Rogers-Wyman discusses the collaborative process.

Intergovernmental Relations: Building Leadership and Resources
California State Association of Counties Institute Course: Fall 2015

The Institute organized a CSAC Institute Course on Intergovernmental Relations in the Fall of 2015. County supervisors and staff heard from panelists on best practices and lessons learned in building and furthering collaborations. Attendees discussed challenges within their respective communities and explored ways in which to collaboratively address them.

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Community Wellness: Mayors & Councilmembers Creating Healthy & Vibrant Communities
Session at the League of California Cities 2015 Annual Conference

Mayors speaking about Community Wellness at the League of California Cities Annual Conference

Mayors and Councilmembers are working with community partners to engage youth and families and developing healthier neighborhoods in northern and southern California cities.

Key elements, including promoting and prioritizing health and the intentional alignment of services and supports, lead to success.

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