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Community Partnerships

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Transcript of Community Partnerships

6 Months
12 Months
24 Months
Launch
18 Months
Community Partnership:
Phase 1a (Scoping & Building)
Identify & Scope Partners
Relationship & Momentum Building
Gap-Analysis & Program/Population Orientation
Stakeholder Asset-Mapping & Community Research
Community Partnership:
Phase 1b (Scoping & Building)

Partnership Preparation Dialogues (Internal)
Continuum-of-Care Partnership Distribution
Identify & Scope Partners*
Relationship & Momentum Building*
Gap-Analysis & Program/Population Orientation*
Stakeholder Asset-Mapping & Community Research*
Community Partnership:

Phase 2a (Solidifying & Designing)
Service Gaps & Potential Partners Identified
Strategic Partnership Conversation's Initiated
Shared Community-Level & Program-Level Goals/Outcomes Established
Partner Criteria & Expected Outcomes Identified
Structure & Management Of Partnership Discussed
Implementation of Resources, Deliverables & Timetable Discussed
Community Partnership:
Phase 2b (Solidifying & Designing)
Strategic Partnership Conversation's Formalized
Shared Community-Level & Program-Level Goals/Outcomes Formalized
Partner Criteria & Expected Outcomes Formalized
Structure & Management Of Partnership Formalized
Community 'Partnership Agreement' Signed
Community Partnerships:
Phase 3a (Managing & Maintaining)
Execution Of Resources, Deliverables & Timetable Initiated
Measurement & Reporting on Impact & Effectiveness
Feedback Loops Initiated (Organizational & Community Impact)
Community Partnerships:
Phase 3b (Reviewing & Revising)
Review Of Resources, Deliverables, Timetable & Feedback Loops
Revise Project, Program or Partnership In Light Of Experience
Community Partnerships:
Phase 4 (Negotiating & Sustaining)
1)
Institutionalizing of Partnership, Program or Project
: Build-In Appropriate Structure's & Mechanisms For The Partnership To Sustain Long-Term Commitment


2)
Celebrating An Appropriate Closure
: Exit Strategy Initiated & Implemented To Manage Closure, Discuss Lesson's Learned, and Celebrate Process
PARTNERSHIP SUPPORT
YSM Community Partnerships
Methodology & Implementation Strategies
Who will take the lead in drawing together the partners and help to build and consolidate strong working relationships?
COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIP COORDINATOR
YSM Community Partnerships
Methodology & Implementation Strategies
COMMUNITY COLLABORATION
EXPLORE & DEVELOP AN ATMOSPHERE FOR ACTIVE COLLABORATION AND SYNERGY BETWEEN COMMUNITY PARTNERS AND EXTERNAL STAKEHOLDERS
Collaborate  Broker  Attend Convene  Establish
YSM
APTITUDE
CATALYZE YSM’S CULTURE & AWARENESS AROUND THE NATURE, NEED & CAPACITY FOR SUSTAINABLE COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIPS,
SERVICE COLLABORATION &
PROGRAM INTEGRATION
Initiate  Coordinate  Inform Educate  Connect  Equip
INFORMATION SHARING & RESEARCH
INCREASE ACCESSIBILITY FOR KNOWLEDGE MOBILIZATION WITHIN YSM AND ITS IMPACT COMMUNITIES
Share  Evaluate  Develop  Research  Monitor
THE COLLECTIVE IMPACT MODEL
YSM Community Partnerships
Methodology & Implementation Strategies
PARTNERSHIP:
WHAT & WHY FOR...
YSM Community Partnerships
Methodology & Implementation Strategies
PARTNERSHIP:
WHO WITH & WHEN...
YSM Community Partnerships
Methodology & Implementation Strategies
PARTNERSHIP:
HOW WILL THE PROCESS MATERIALIZE...
YSM Community Partnerships
Methodology & Implementation Strategies
PARTNERSHIP:
WHAT DOES IT MEAN FOR PROGRAM...
YSM Community Partnerships
Methodology & Implementation Strategies
PARTNERSHIP:
A TIMELINE FOR REGENT & MOSS PARK

(With Specific Attention To Share Outcomes)
YSM Community Partnerships
Methodology & Implementation Strategies
Collective Impact
is a structured form of collaboration that embraces continuous improvements and rigorous data to drive transformation and social change...
Compete

Co-Exist

Communicate

Cooperate

Collaborate

Integrate
COMMUNITY COLLABORATION
SOLIDIFY THE INFORMAL & FORMAL NETWORKS NEEDED TO ALLOW COMMUNITY MEMBERS TO NAVIGATE ANY NEEDED SERVICES AND/OR FOLLOW-UP
Compete  Co-Exist
Communicate  Cooperate
COMMUNITY REFERRAL PROCESS
BROKER & ENCOURAGE
PLATFORMS FOR MULTI/CROSS SECTOR ACTIVITY COLLABORATION, PROGRAM INTEGRATION, NETWORK COORDINATION, ADVOCACY & RESOURCE SHARING
Co-Exist  Communicate Cooperate  Collaborate
SHARED
SERVICE OUTCOMES
EXPLORE & STEWARD
CONVERSATIONS AROUND SHARED GOALS, OUTCOMES AND MEASURES AT THE COMMUNITY, ORGANIZATION
& PROGRAM LEVELS


Cooperate  Collaborate
Integrate
Relief & Community
Services
Regenerative
Care
Transition
& Stabilization
Activation &
Advocacy
Drop-In
Food Program's
Clothing Supports
Community Support
Health
Counseling
Mentorship
Spiritual Support
Life Skills
Education
Employment
Housing
Community Dev.
& Organizing
Advocacy
Volunteer
Engagement

Families
Crisis Populations
Isolated Adults
Continuum Of Holistic Care
COMMUNITY COLLABORATION
SOLIDIFY THE INFORMAL & FORMAL NETWORKS NEEDED TO ALLOW COMMUNITY MEMBERS TO NAVIGATE ANY NEEDED SERVICES AND/OR FOLLOW-UP
Compete  Co-Exist
Communicate  Cooperate
COMMUNITY REFERRAL PROCESS
BROKER & ENCOURAGE
PLATFORMS FOR MULTI/CROSS SECTOR ACTIVITY COLLABORATION, PROGRAM INTEGRATION, NETWORK COORDINATION, ADVOCACY & RESOURCE SHARING
Co-Exist  Communicate Cooperate  Collaborate
SHARED
SERVICE OUTCOMES
EXPLORE & STEWARD
CONVERSATIONS AROUND SHARED GOALS, OUTCOMES AND MEASURES AT THE COMMUNITY, ORGANIZATION
& PROGRAM LEVELS


Cooperate  Collaborate
Integrate
Identifying Partners
Relationship & Momentum
Formalizing Referral Process
Ongoing Dialogue & Review
Celebrating Union
Identifying Partners
Relationship & Momentum
Collaborative Activities & Projects
Negotiate For Ongoing Dialogue
Review Impact (Org. & Com.)
Celebrating Collaboration

Identifying Partners
Relationship & Momentum
Formal Partnership Agreement
Monitoring & Measurement
Sustaining, Reviewing & Revising
Celebrating/Closing Partnership

Learn, explore and examine
the potential for referrals, collaborations and partnerships in your respective portfolios.

Develop the relationships
and gain momentum with community stakeholder and organizational champions

Begin to
scope, gap-analyze, and identify
partners with the core competencies needed to implement the Continuum-of-Care with our impact communities (SJT, RP/MO, Evergreen+)

Make time for ongoing
discussion, coordination and brainstorming
with your team and myself to touch-base and host Partnership Preparation Dialogues
*Continued
OR
Methodology Implementation
& Influencers

INTRODUCTION
YSM Community Partnerships
Methodology & Implementation Strategies
Partnership Is ______ .
Who will ensure that partners agree suitable operating procedures for their partnerships?
Who will give the partnership priority when others are invariable caught up in unrelated tasks?
Who will stick with the partnership and help to pull it together if it starts to come apart?
Who will assist the partners to hold on to a vision when they risk getting bogged down in navigating major obstacles or simply day-to-day challenges?
Identifying Players & Networks
YSM Community Partnerships
Community Stakeholders & Influencers
Identifying Players & Networks
YSM Community Partnerships
Community Stakeholders & Influencers
Exercise 1:

Based upon your YSM Program & Ministry experience,
brainstorm
a list of all community stakeholders you—or your community members—are in regular dialogue with (formally or informally).




Identifying Players & Networks
—Examples—
Community Agencies, Levels of Government, Faith Based Organizations, Worship Centers, Service Providers, Private Sector, Educational Institutions, Etc.
Exercise 2:

Based upon your YSM Program & Ministry experience,
brainstorm
a list of all networks, neighborhood groups and/or committees you are aware of, or regularly attend representing YSM.




—Examples—
Local Networks, Population Focused Workgroups, Professional Networks, Online Forums, Formal & Informal Committees, Etc.
Programs, Services & Supports Offered
YSM Community Partnerships
Community Stakeholders & Influencers
Exercise 1:


Take a moment to
review
the community stakeholders displayed.
Consider
their alignment with YSM’s Continuum-of-Care, as well as the three tiers YSM's Partnership Model.
Discuss
your reflections, comments and/or questions?
Programs, Services & Supports Offered
Programs, Services & Supports Offered
YSM Community Partnerships
Community Stakeholders & Influencers
Exercise 2:


Isolate
all networks, neighborhood groups and/or committees on a separate 11’x17’ piece of paper entitled “Networks”.
Front Lines Youth Workers Network
COMMUNITY NETWORKS,
NEIGHBOURHOOD GROUPS
& COMMITTEES
School-Community Action Alliance Regent Park (SCAARP)
Regent
Park Food
Partnership
(RPFP)
Programs, Services & Supports Offered
YSM Community Partnerships
Community Stakeholders & Influencers
Exercise 3:


Isolate
each identified Community Stakeholder to an 8’x11’ piece of paper (one-per-page).
Regent Park Community Health Centre
R3
Programs, Services & Supports Offered
YSM Community Partnerships
Community Stakeholders & Influencers
Exercise 4:

In groups of 3-4
discuss
and note the details of our relationship with each service provider?
Consider
the following:

Length of Relationship
Frequency Of Engagement
Contribution vs. Receipt
Impact to YSM’s Program & Ministry
Impact to Community Members


Regent Park Community Health Centre
R3
Dixon
Hall
R2
What are YSM’s values when it comes to partnerships?

Are these values reflected and visible in the Regent & Moss Park Community, as well as through its various service providers? How do these play out in their conversation sand interactions? How are these values reflected towards us?

In groups of 3-4, and according to your respective YSM Program & Ministry experience, discuss and note the details of our interaction with each service provider?

How do we reflect these values towards them? How can we be more intentional to reflect these values in our conversations and interactions with partners?

Are these values reflected and visible in the Regent & Moss Park Community, as well as through its various service providers? How do these play out in their conversation sand interactions? How are these values reflected towards us?

In groups of 3-4, and according to your respective YSM Program & Ministry experience, discuss and note the details of our interaction with each service provider?

What are YSM’s values when it comes to partnerships?

How do we reflect these values towards them? How can we be more intentional to reflect these values in our conversations and interactions with partners?
PRELUDE: PARTNERSHIP VALUES
YSM Community Partnerships
Community Stakeholders & Influencers
Question:
What are YSM’s values
when it comes to partnerships?
INTERLUDE: PARTNERSHIP VALUES
YSM Community Partnerships
Community Stakeholders & Influencers
Interlude Question:

Considering
the 'Partnership Values' listed, how are these values:

Visible
in the Regent & Moss Park neighbourhoods?

Reflected
in the conversations, services and procedures of community stakeholders and agencies?

Mirrored
towards us at YSM?

PRELUDE: PARTNERSHIP VALUES
YSM Community Partnerships
Community Stakeholders & Influencers
Interlude Question:


Considering
the 'Partnership Values' listed:

How does YSM
reflect
these values towards community stakeholders and agencies?

How can YSM more intentionally
mirror
these values in our conversations, interactions and procedures with neighbourhood partners?
Continuum-Of-Care Alignment
YSM Community Partnerships
Community Stakeholders & Influencers
Continuum-Of-Care Alignment
Continuum-Of-Care Alignment
YSM Community Partnerships
Community Stakeholders & Influencers
Exercise 1:

Rearrange
the stakeholders under the following three tiers of YSM’s Partnership Model:
Referral
,
Collaboration
,
Shared Outcomes
. Duplicate stakeholders if needed.
Regent Park Community Health Centre
Referral Collaboration Outcomes

Dixon
Hall
Central Neighbourhood House
Exercise 2:

Consider
the importance of these connections and partnerships are to the work of YSM, as well as the psycho-social, physical, emotional and spiritual health of our community members?

In light of this,
rearrange
stakeholders hierarchically vis-à-vis rank, according to the inferred place.


Central Neighbourhood House

Dixon
Hall
Regent Park Community Health Centre
Continuum-Of-Care Alignment
YSM Community Partnerships
Community Stakeholders & Influencers
Exercise 3:

Label
each stakeholder according:

A)
To their
category
in three-tiers of YSM’s Partnership Model:
Referral [R], Collaboration [C], Shared Outcome [O]

B)
To their appropriate
place
in ranking from Exercise #2. (Example: R1, R1, R3…)
Central Neighbourhood House

Dixon
Hall
Regent Park Community Health Centre
R1
R2
R3
Continuum-Of-Care Alignment
YSM Community Partnerships
Community Stakeholders & Influencers
R1
R2
R3
Exercise 4:

Using the stickers provided,
discern
(to the best of your knowledge) the stakeholders alignment according to the four (4) Pillars of YSM’s Continuum-Of-Care.
Apply
multiple stickers if needed.

Red
(Relief)
Yellow

(Regenerative Care)
Green
(Transition & Stabilization)
Blue
(Activation)

Dixon
Hall
Central Neighbourhood House
Regent Park Community Health Centre
Central Neighbourhood House
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