• Introduction:

    Public Health - Dayton & Montgomery County leads and/or participates in many communitywide coalitions and task forces. Collective Impact can achieve the best results when systems change is developed along side providing programming and services. Removing key drivers of health inequities such as poverty, racism, discrimination, trauma, violence, and toxic stress are paramount to improving the health of Montgomery County’s population.

Collective Impact

Public Health - Dayton & Montgomery County leads and/or participates in many communitywide coalitions and task forces. Collective Impact can achieve the best results when systems change is developed along side providing programming and services. Removing key drivers of health inequities such as poverty, racism, discrimination, trauma, violence, and toxic stress are paramount to improving the health of Montgomery County’s population.

Collective Impact
Public Health – Dayton & Montgomery County
Collective impact is a network of community members, organizations, and institutions who advance equity by learning together, aligning, and integrating their actions to achieve population and systems level change.Collective Impact Forum

Community Overdose Action Team

The Community Overdose Action Team seeks to reduce the number of people dying from drug overdoses and drug abuse.

EveryOne Reach One Maternal and Infant Vitality Task Force

The EveryOne Reach One Maternal and Infant Vitality Task Force’s goal is to improve birth outcomes and reduce maternal and infant mortality in Montgomery County.

Food Equity Coalition

The Montgomery County Food Equity Coalition is a countywide initiative which aims to support a food system that ensures everyone, no matter their race, income, or ability, can access and afford a basic healthy diet.

LGBTQ+ Health Alliance

The Q+ Alliance exists to attend to wellness, well-being, engage, and educate, so that LGBTQ+ folx, can access, aspire, and achieve health equity throughout the lifespan.