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Center for Collaborative Planning, Public Health Institute

The Center for Collaborative Planning (CCP), a project of the Public Health Institute, seeks to promote health and social justice by building capacity at the community level through leadership development, training, technical assistance, coaching and convening.

Through the Community Leadership Project, the Center for Collaborative Planning provides leadership development training to women in the fields of health, social services or education.

Region Served: San Joaquin Valley
Madera, Merced, San Joaquin and Stanislaus counties

Total Award: $175,000

Program Details:
The Center for Collaborative Planning has adapted its signature offering, the Women’s Health Leadership program, to provide training to 50 women leaders of color working in a four-county area of the San Joaquin Valley and at small nonprofit organizations focused on health, social services or education. The project consists of three annual cycles of leadership training with the following components:

Selection Process:
The Center for Collaborative Planning recruits applicants through its networks. It prioritizes executive directors, board members and/or senior staff from nonprofit organizations serving low-income communities and communities of color. A committee makes the final selection of participants.

Project Launched: Spring 2010


Project Contact:
Connie Chan Robison
(916) 498-6960