Services

The Bucks-Mont Collaborative is a nonprofit membership organization dedicated to fostering information and resource sharing, dialogue, and collaborative action that produce results-oriented impact on health and human services issues in Bucks and Montgomery Counties.

We partner with our members and community through a range of community services, education and training, advocacy, and strategic initiatives, such as the cross-collaborative Racial Equity Learning Community.

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Education

The Bucks-Mont Collaborative Training Institute annually offers free trainings in trauma classes and courses, cultural awareness, and Bridges out of Poverty through, with additional trainings offered throughout the year to respond to emerging community needs.
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Collaboration

The Bucks-Mont Collaborative convenes monthly for members to share resources, hear from speakers and leaders in our community, and connect with and support one another to build lasting relationships.
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Racial Equity

The Bucks-Mont Collaborative, Interagency Council of Norristown, and TriCounty Community Network are developing a Racial Equity Learning Community to advance racial equity and justice in Bucks and Montgomery Counties.
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Advocacy

The Collaborative Advocacy Network, or CAN, convenes bi-monthly to share community and policy updates that impact the social sector in Bucks and Montco, bringing these updates to Collaborative members and the larger community for collective voice and action.
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Community Summit

T he Bucks-Mont Collaborative 2021 virtual summit will bring social sector and community leaders together to discuss trauma and resilience at the intersection of diversity, equity, inclusion and justice. This summit spotlights the trauma of adverse community experiences, illuminating the deep trauma of discrimination, historical trauma, structural racism, poverty, and the COVID-19 pandemic. Participants will deepen their trauma knowledge, learn from leaders and organizations leading diversity, equity, inclusion and justice work, and discuss strategies to build an equity-centered, trauma-informed, resilient community.
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