American Indian Community Council: History and Overview of original Theory of Change. Desired Outcomes. Meeting participants: Understand the history of the American Indian Community Council Understand AICC’s approach to community change Have an opportunity to dialogue about the approach.
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HISTORY original Theory of Change
Strengthen capacity in communities that support parents, residents, and other partners in their efforts to be the best advocates they can be for children and their families.
AICC Community Change Approach original Theory of Change
FIND AND MOBILIZE ASSETS OF THE COMMUNITY:
2. WHAT DO WE HAVE TO DO IT WITH?
Los Angeles American Indian Youth Coalition
TWO SOLUTIONS, TWO PATHS
Service to Meet Needs Connect/Contribute
“Programs are the Answer “People are the Answer”
Process of bringing together key stakeholders to the decision-making table in an ongoing, sustainable way
Requires that all involved stakeholders work collaboratively to share access, information/data, resources, and authority in order to identify solutions to address conditions affecting child and family well-being
In small groups, answer the following: