The Connection’s Institute for Innovative Practice to Host Community Collaboration in A Crisis Virtual Roundtable Discussion
The COVID-19 pandemic has provided a unique landscape in which all organizations have had to adjust their operations and expectations during this unprecedented time. The Connection, a statewide non-profit organization, is inviting other non-profit leaders to come together for a virtual roundtable discussion to share best practices, solve problems and learn from each other during this time of crisis in our state.
The Connection will provide a brief presentation about how our organization has responded including operational changes, protocols for program safety, communications planning, scaling IT infrastructure, and more. An interactive discussion will follow, bringing community-based providers together to share their own challenges and hear what others are doing to respond. Free resources will be shared with the group at the conclusion of the program.
The conversation will be facilitated by Jessica Smith, LMFT, Deputy Chief of Business Development at The Connection, on Wednesday April 22, 2020 at 11 am. To register for the free online event, please visit www.theconnectioninc.org.
About The Connection
The Connection is a statewide human services agency that provides unique solutions to the problems of homelessness, mental illness, substance use and community justice rehabilitation. The Institute for Innovative Practice at The Connection provides quality professional development, research, and consultation to help people, communities, and organizations solve problems, adapt to change, and evolve.