06Dec2022
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    What is

    Stewardship?

    Stewardship means taking responsibility for forming working relationships with others to transform health and well-being across a region, together. It’s an ongoing practice of encouraging alignment, inclusiveness, resident leadership, and knowledge sharing, and marked by a commitment to the regional effort beyond one’s own vested interests.​

    (Source: ReThink Health)

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    I am a lived expert

    Experience Through Life

    Our lived experts are a diverse group of residents who have experienced behavioral health challenges, and/or are family members and caregivers, faith-based leaders, neighborhood champions and influencers.

    They comprise 50% of our stewardship council and action teams to provide critical insights, question assumptions and share meaningful narratives. Their expertise is deeply valued and a constant reminder of “nothing about us without us.” 

    I am a learned expert

    Help Take Action

    Our learned experts are behavioral health professionals, nonprofit agencies, local government, educational institutions, system leaders, and funders. As stewards of our care system, they have the knowledge, capability, and resources to help us effect meaningful change.

    They comprise the other 50% of our stewardship council and action teams to provide perspective and specialized skills.

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