Thank you for your interest in getting involved! The Healthy Communities Partnership strives to connect and collaborate with multiple stakeholders on different levels. Thus, there are many ways to get involved with the Partnership ranging from peripheral involvement to core membership. It is possible to occupy more than one level of involvement.
The following definitions provide examples of how you or your organization can achieve a desired level of involvement with the Partnership:
Core: stakeholders who are actively involved in the functioning of the partnership. i.e. Members of the Stewardship Committee
Involved: stakeholders who are frequently consulted as part of the partnership. i.e. Members of topic-specific task group or constellation
Supportive: stakeholders who provide some form of specific support to the partnership, such as participating on a specific task force i.e. Member of ad hoc committee/workgroup focused on a specific policy development initiative; presenting information to a work group.
Peripheral: stakeholders who are kept informed of the progress and work of the partnership, but are not directly involved in the work i.e. Linked to this partnership through a network/ knowledge exchange (e.g. list serve, newsletter, opportunities to participate in events/workshops.
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