Central Vancouver Coalition August General Meeting
Help us kick off the 2023-2024 school year by joining us virtually on Zoom for the Central Vancouver Coalition Meeting on Thursday, August 17, from 2:30-4:00 pm. Use this Zoom link to join the meeting https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84306189908. Check out the attached Agenda or click here to download an Agenda.
Come learn about opportunities and ways to be included in the work of the Coalition and help us brainstorm methods for gathering responses for our annual Community Survey! It’s an exciting time to become a member of the Coalition. We are intentional in our efforts to meet community needs and to build an inclusive Coalition representative of the diverse Central Vancouver community.
We’re excited to have Rose Mendoza facilitating the 8/17 meeting as the incoming Coalition Chair. Rose works as a Program Manager with Latino Leadership Northwest (LLNW) and in May and June she and the LLNW Mariposas Interns participated in a Strategic Action Planning training series to offer important insight and guidance for developing our Coalition’s 2023-2024 Action Plan.
We hope you will attend the August 17th Coalition meeting to welcome Rose as our new Coalition Chair and discover how you’d like to be involved with Central Vancouver Coalition!
Hybrid meetings are held monthly on the 3rd Thursday from 2:30 pm – 4:00 pm
The Central Vancouver Coalition aims to increase community organization in Central Vancouver through monthly community meetings, training, and collaboration with other local organizations. These meetings are held from 2:30-4:00 p.m. on the 3rd Thursday of the month with the exception of December and July. The meetings are a hybrid format with the choice to attend the meeting in person at Fort Vancouver High School or virtually via Zoom. Meetings are open to all community members and formal membership is not required to attend. If you are interested in attending a meeting and learning more, please contact the coalition coordinator to RSVP. We are seeking coalition member representatives from the following sectors: Youth, Parents, Law enforcement, Schools, Businesses, Media, Youth-serving organizations, Religious and fraternal organizations, Civic and volunteer groups, Healthcare professionals, State, local, and tribal agencies with expertise in substance abuse, Other organizations involved in reducing substance abuse.