Authored by Alliance for Strong Families and Communities, this e-study outlines effective practices for embedding engagement into human services practice and organizational strategy. The study offers case studies of practical engagement practices that are core to program function, rather than isolated activities or programs. It also includes methodologies for practitioners looking to build or tailor programs that are more responsive to the needs of participants. The study provides learners with the opportunity to view practice and methodology through a lens of engagement, with an eye toward increasing relevance and impact for communities.
Bridge to Benefits
This e-case focuses on the development of an innovative web-based tool, Bridge to Benefits, which helps citizens understand and access the public work support programs for whi... Learn more
Heading Home Hennepin
This case highlights the integrative leadership practices of several people and groups that organized the campaign to end homelessness in Hennepin County, Minnesota by 2016. I... Learn more
Merging for Impact and Growth
This e-case focuses on the merger of two long-established human service nonprofits prompted by a desire to both increase growth and impact, and respond to changes in the fundi... Learn more
This case explores the national scaling efforts of Jeremiah Program, a Minneapolis-based nonprofit. Jeremiah Program is a nationally recognized nonprofit organization whose pr... Learn more
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