1 BUILDING SUSTAINABLE COLLABORATION IN SUPPORT OF SERVICE MEMBERS, VETERANS & THEIR FAMILIES ARIZONA S PUBLIC/PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP MODEL Nicola M. Winkel, MPA December 6, 2011 Washington, D.C.
2 Arizona Coalition for Military Families The Arizona Coalition for Military Families is a public/private partnership focused on building Arizona s capacity to serve and support all service members, veterans, their families and communities. Every service member, veteran and family member connected to the right program, service and/or benefit at the right time.
3 Coordination & Collaboration Across sectors: Military, Government, Community Across population: Active Duty, Guard, Reserve, Veterans, Families, Communities Across geography: statewide, regional Across areas of focus/need: health, financial, legal, education, employment, etc.
4 Coalition Areas of Focus Statewide coordination and collaboration Regional community capacity building Community education & training Strategic partnership EXAMPLES OF KEY STAKEHOLDER ENGAGEMENT: Governor s Office for Children, Youth & Families ACMF is Veterans Policy Academy implementation vehicle and part of AmeriCorps Red Cross partnership model. Arizona National Guard MG Salazar has written ACMF into AZ National Guard Policy as the umbrella for the Guard s external partnership with community. Arizona Department of Veterans Services ACMF is a strategic planning and implementation partner in 5-year state plan to end veteran homelessness. TriWest Healthcare Alliance Partner on initiatives such as public service campaign for hiring veterans and integrated training model. Arizona Community Foundation Partner to convene philanthropic and nonprofit stakeholders.
5 Community Engagement
6 The Public/Private Partnership Model Natural point of engagement for both public and private sector partners. Suspended in mid-air not tied to any one organization, administration or individual. Housed in the private sector with an established nonprofit organization as fiscal sponsor and administrator. A formal partnership process is underway based upon vetting criteria that come from the ACMF Guidelines for CARE project.
7 FUNDING Incubated in the National Guard via the Joint Family Support Assistance Program (JFSAP) starting in Transitioned to nonprofit in Grants & Sponsorship As a program with fiscal sponsorship by a nonprofit organization, ACMF is eligible to apply for grants and sponsorship funding. Examples: Arizona Department of Veterans Services & Arizona Department of Health Services (state agencies) TriWest Healthcare Alliance (private corporation) St. Luke s Health Initiatives (public foundation) Greater Valley Area Health Education Center (nonprofit program) Scottsdale Healthcare (nonprofit hospital) Registration fees professional development and training opportunities. In-kind Personnel, space, technical assistance, communications.
8 EXAMPLE: Military/Veteran Employment Initiative Strategic planning and stakeholder engagement Technology solutions Training & outreach end-users & intermediaries Military/Veteran Employment Resource Center Public service campaign TriWest Healthcare Alliance
9 ACMF Vision Statement Implementation Plan Leveraging human, organizational and technology resources to connect service members, veterans and family members to the right program, resource or benefit at the right time. Military/Veteran Resource Network Online Resource & Information Network (ORIN) & System Navigator Program Vetting Process Gateway for membership/partnership in ACMF Equipping Training (in-person, online & supporting materials) Sector-specific models (e.g. crisis response, education, employer, faith-based) Development of System Navigator Program Guidelines for CARE What does it mean to be a community equipped to care for and support the military/veteran population? Key Stakeholder Engagement Military, Government, Community
10 Arizona Guiding Principles for Building Collaboration Identify early on what need you are fulfilling - always have a purpose for your convening. Build credibility through successful execution. Engage organizations at all levels (frontline, leadership, etc). Focus on the quality and depth of engagement. Focus on partnership, build relationships with champions and key stakeholders within systems. Be proactive, but patient with people and organizations. It often takes time, familiarity and observation to prompt active engagement. Do more with less focus on what is needed to facilitate collaboration. Engage partners in all activities and initiatives. Keep the voice of the Service Member, Veteran & Family at the center of everything.
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