The Unique Advantage of Multi-Level Collaboration

March 22, 2022

During the March 22, 2022, Cities Connect call, Elizabeth Turner and Rebecca Rice shared how the Georgia Family Connection Partnership applies multi-sector collaboration at the local and state levels to help improve outcomes for our state’s most vulnerable residents. They also discussed how all 159 Family Connection Collaboratives in Georgia are partnering with cities and other public and private partners to tackle some of our state’s toughest challenges—from mental health to early learning, literacy, maternal and infant health, and civic engagement. View the video below to hear their presentation.

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Additional Resources
Find your Local Family Connection Collaborative 
Georgia Family Connection Partnership Data Tools 
Engaging Our Youth to Improve Georgia’s Civic Health, November 1, 2021
Georgia's Civic Health Declining, According to Report, April 30, 2019

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