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How We’re Organized

Be The Change 406 has six workgroups that do the heavy lifting for the coalition:

The Risk & Protective Factor Assessment Workgroup collects and reviews youth survey and public data to help the community board select priority youth outcomes, and priority risk and protective factors. This group also monitors changes in community-level outcomes over time.

The Resource Assessment & Evaluation Workgroup is responsible for identifying current community services that address the priority risk and protective factors, identifying service delivery gaps, and recommending solutions. This workgroup also designs and oversees monitoring and evaluation of the programs & policies implemented under the Community Action Plan.

The Community Outreach & Public Relations Workgroup is responsible for involving stakeholders, promoting the Communities That Care system, and educating and updating key leaders and the community about the work of the community board.

The Community Board Maintenance Workgroup builds and sustains a healthy and effective community board.

The Funding Workgroup identifies funding needs and manages the acquisition of public and private funds to support the community coordinator, community board, and the action plan programs, policies, and practices.

The Youth Involvement Workgroup recruits youth for all aspects of the CTC effort. It works with other workgroups to identify meaningful opportunities for young people, skills and training needed by young people, and appropriate recognition.

Current Coalition Members

We are always looking for community members to become involved with Be the Change 406. Fill out the form below to get started!

P.O. Box 733
Dillon, MT 59725 USA
(406) 596-1284

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