This video summarizes early findings from research evaluating three different relational organization projects in Missoula, Mont., Portland, Ore., and Spokane, Wash., with a focus on how relational organizing impacted community response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
This publication explores how Employment and Community First Choices, a program for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, created and paid for by TennCare, Tennessee's Medicaid program, helps participants work and live independently.
On 9/14, experts from Aligning in Crisis, with support from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, will discussed how, if deployed strategically and effectively, federal funds can advance equity, shift power to the community, and set the stage for positive, long-term change.
This publication compiles insights from EleVATE, a program that offers group-based prenatal care with a curriculum designed by and for Black women. EleVATE explores whether changing the way clinicians interact with patients can, in itself, improve outcomes and equity.