In March, DVP highlighted the ACRTI goal of The Initiative, in Denver CO. In addition to that interview with Executive Director Ashlee Lewis, we are pleased to also share The Initiative’s Latinx Marketing Plan that aligns with their goal to increase language access for survivors in need of their services.
DVP receives questions every month about financial, data, and contract requirements. Because of this, we have created four, closed-captioned webinars for people in funded organizations to watch to learn more about these requirements.
For more than 40 years, American Water Works Association (AWWA) and its members have celebrated Drinking Water Week, a unique opportunity for both water professionals and the communities they serve to join together in recognizing the vital role water plays in daily lives.
Is your organization still deciding on your ACRTI goal for FFY20? Need some inspiration? Look no further! We asked representatives from organizations across Colorado to answer some of the following questions about their goal-setting process:
- What is the goal statement your organization created? Do you feel that this goal is specific, measurable, actionable, realistic, and time-bound?
- How did your organization end up selecting this area for your goal?
- How do your coworkers feel about this goal?
Click here to check out our fifth Organizational Spotlight with Claudia King, Development Director of Advocates for Victims of Assult in Frisco, CO.
Recently, the DVP team reached out to funded organizations just to see how everyone was doing. Our main purpose was to see how the staff were doing, learn about adjustments to services being offered, inquire about financial impacts, and to be available for any questions. Learn more about the result of these calls by clicking on the link below.
The staff of the Colorado Mental Health Institute at Pueblo (CMHIP) have been at the heart of keeping all of CMHIP safe and continuing to provide care with as much normalcy as possible.The staff has adjusted to new protocols and schedules, made masks to keep patients and staff safe, and brought joy to patients’ lives during this uncertain time.