Collaborative Planning and Action

The importance of setting up strong processes for collaboration has come up in all our meetings and consultations. 

With the support of BC Healthy Communities and United Way - North Island, we have held a number of meetings to learn about the collaborative processes in other communities and to discuss models for Campbell River. Our aim is to start conversations about having a collaborative group ready to submit a Homelessness Prevention Strategy application for a Coordinator when the next funding round opens in October 2018. 

Key outcomes:

Key dates:

Actions so far:

Participants have included:

  • First Nations Health Council
  • Laichwiltach Family Life Society
  • Campbell River and District Association for Community Living
  • John Howard Society
  • Transition Society
  • Salvation Army
  • AIDS Vancouver Island
  • Willow Point Seniors
  • Second Chance
  • Habitat for Humanity
  • Sassamans
  • Kyuquot-Checleset First Nation
  • Campbell River Family Services
  • Quadra Seniors