The Partnership of Community Resources is a non-profit community coalition founded in 1992 to support and strengthen networking amongst Douglas County residents and bring new programming into the community while attempting to eliminate duplicate services for the same target populations. Members include the Board, Staff, Advisory Teams, Agency Partners and Community Stakeholders who work together to: 1) address countywide health issues, 2) share information, 3) provide up-to-date training, 4) be consistent and strategic as a community, and 5) facilitate the development of countywide strategies to affect the issues of youth and family substance abuse, violence, mental health and economic challenges. Utilizing the Strategic Prevention Framework model, Communities that Care model and the Search Institute’s Asset model, the Partnership and community collaborators work together to centralize data collection, assess needs, prioritize risk and protective factors and build assets around prioritized risk factors.
Providing a network of citizens, businesses, and agencies for cooperation, planning and interaction to maximize resources and address the changing needs of our community through substance abuse prevention and wellness promotion.
“Connecting for a Caring Community”