CORE helps community partners and cross-sector collaboratives create more impactful, measurable programs.
Cross-sector partnerships and collective impact models offer promising potential to advance community health and equity, from addressing complex issues like housing or community trauma to achieving meaningful policy or systems change. However, implementing these collaborative approaches and measuring their impact pose significant challenges for organizations and communities.
CORE works with a variety of cross-sector initiatives, community-based collaboratives, and collective impact efforts. We provide strategic consulting, data analytics, measurement, evaluation, and a variety of other expertise and support. Our team of researchers, scientists, and data experts work side-by-side with our partners and those they serve to create more effective, equitable, and measurable programs that deliver lasting, positive change.
- Key Ingredients for Measuring Cross-Sector Impact
- The Impact of Traditional Health Workers
- CORE Partners with Community Health Division to Support Grantees