Durham Community Collaborative

The Durham Community Collaborative is a group of community members and organizations who come together to implement a System of Care approach by creating neighborhood and community environments that empowers and support children and their families. They collaborate to build an array of services, supports and linkages among public and private human service agencies, families, neighborhoods and communities. These services also cater to the responsiveness of children, helping them reach their full potential as responsible, productive and caring individuals. Collaborative Co-Chairs are Tiana Sherrod from The Center for Child and Family Health and Ana Velasquez, Freedom House Family Advocate.

The Collaborative is open and welcomes everyone in the community to come and participate. Members can participate on impact teams that concentrate their efforts on specific issues. Meetings are held on the fourth Thursday of each month from 10:00am until 11:30om at the Durham County Human Services Building located at 414 East Main Street in Durham. No Registration required

Wake Community Collaborative for Children

The Wake Community Collaborative for Children involves local agencies, community stakeholders and families as partners working together to develop and provide integrated, community-based services that are comprehensive, culturally-competent, strengths-based and family-centered. It includes representatives and alternates from local child serving agencies and institutions, community organizations, and families in Wake County working in partnership and collaboration. It serves as both an advisory board and as a decision-making body.

The Wake Community Collaborative uses a subcommittee structure to complete its work. Each subcommittee is comprised of members of the Collaborative and volunteers of the Wake County Community, including family members, community stakeholders such as businesspersons, civic groups, faith community, and agency representatives. Collaborative members attend monthly meetings on the first Tuesday of each month from 10:00am-noon at the Alliance Wake community office.

If you are interested in joining the Wake County Community Collaborative or attending a meeting you may contact Clarette Glenn at [email protected] or (919) 651-8704.

Access the Wake Community Collaborative Strategic Plan.

Cumberland Community Collaborative

The Cumberland County Community Collaborative includes the key stakeholders involved in services to children and their families, including but not limited to the human services agencies, providers, schools, the military, advocacy groups, juvenile justice, court system, health department, businesses, law enforcement, faith based representatives, non-profit agencies as well as families and youth. The group has evolved into the hub of community initiatives to identify and address gaps, needs and barriers to services and supports for children and families. Through effective, integrated partnerships involving multiple agencies, providers, consumers and other entities, the Collaborative has supported, the Collaborative has supported the development of new programs and supports that are culturally, strengths based and child/family centered. Parents and natural supports have key roles in sustaining these resources and suggesting changes as needed to help all children reach their highest potential.

The Cumberland Collaborative has core members but is open to anyone in the community who wants to get involved. Much of the work is done in workgroups or subcommittees that report back to the full Collaborative. Meetings are held the fourth Tuesday of each month from 9:00 am until 11:00am in Room 426 of the Alliance Cumberland community office. For more information please contact Sharon Glover at [email protected] or (910) 222-6377.

Johnston Collaborative for Families, Youth and Children

In Johnston County, the Collaborative for Families, Youth and Children is a network of community partners, providers, individuals and community organizations collaborating to ensure an effective and supportive system for all children and families. Members work together to identify areas of interest and concern for consumers, families, and local agencies by identifying service and support gaps and finding solutions together to fill them.

The Collaborative is open to everyone in the community. Meetings are held on the first Thursday of each month at 10:30 am at the Johnston County Mental Health Center, 521 N. Brightleaf Boulevard, Smithfield. If you are interested in joining the Johnston County Collaborative for Families, Youth and Children or attending a meeting you may contact Felecia Ferrell at [email protected] or (919) 919-989-5584.



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