Community Organizing & Community Building Typology

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Process of Community Organizing Recognizing the Issue Gaining entry into the community Organizing the people Negotiating entrance with the gatekeepers
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Groups of Participants to Organize Executive participants – small, committed core group; leader or coordinator comes from this group Active participants – those willing to work; may also include executive participants Occasional participants – involved on an irregular basis; when decisions need to be made Supporting participants – seldom involved
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Process of Community Organizing Assessing the community Determining the priorities & setting goals Arriving at a solution & selecting intervention strategies Mapping community capacity -
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Unformatted text preview: Building blocks (primary, secondary, & potential) Neighborhood Assets Map Building Blocks Primary building blocks most accessible; located in the neighborhood & largely under the control of those who live in the neighborhood (e.g., skills & abilities of residents) Secondary building blocks located in the neighborhood but largely controlled by people outside (e.g., higher education institutions & hospitals) Process of Community Organizing & Community Building - 3 Implementing the plan Looping back- could go back as far as the assessing the community step. . Evaluating the outcomes of the plan of action Maintaining the outcomes in the community Looping back Planned Approach to Community Health (PATCH) The five phases of PATCH...
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