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CSDF acts to identify, cultivate, and convene community-focused stakeholders to connect spheres of influence and promote a shared vision for our community. We believe that a healthy community requires an inclusive climate built on a foundation of trust and respect for individual assets, talents, and perspectives. Diversity and inclusion add significant value to our organizations and community by maximizing everyone's contribution to a shared quality of life. We serve both as an information repository and as a communication and education resource.

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Food for Thought & NAMI COSP*

Launches National Dialogue on Mental Health—Creating Community Solutions

National Dialogue on Mental Health

President Barack Obama called a National Conference on Mental Health at the White House in June 2013, as part of the Administration’s effort to launch a national conversation to increase understanding and awareness of mental health. The National Institute for Civil Discourse was one of the organizations tasked with engaging citizens and maintaining an informational website www.creatingcommunitysolutions.org to help promote meaningful community dialogues on creating solutions for mental health issues.

These dialogues aim to foster partnerships between the public and mental health professionals, law enforcement, schools and other professionals in order to create innovative local community-based solutions.

The goal of Colorado’s Creating Community Solutions program (CCS) is to involve thousands of citizens through local meetings, social media and live broadcasts to identify, prioritize and develop mental health action plans around the state by June, 2014.

TO GET INVOLVED:                                                                                                                                       Contact Food for Thought—719-213-7375  carolwscott@aol.com                                                                   

*National Alliance for Mental Illness Colorado Springs


CSDF Diversity and Inclusion Awards
UPDATE:  Due to schedule conflicts, the event has been pushed to June 19, 2014
Accepting 2014 NOMINATIONS
Sponsorships available

These prestigious awards are given to recognize businesses and organizations in the Pikes Peak Region that demonstrate and promote diversity and inclusion in both their internal operations and external civic engagement. Standards of excellence will include highly inclusive organizational policies and benefits, as well as commitment to diversity training, education, and volunteerism on all levels of operation. 

Date:  June 19, 2014 (tentative)
Location:  TBD

RSVP: info@csdiversityforum.org


Nomination Deadline Extended: March 21, 2014


CSDF Everybody Welcome
Date:  August 10, 2014
Location:  America the Beautiful Park
Time:  Noon - 4 pm
for more information contact:  info@csdiversityforum.org

 

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PARTNER MEMBERS

               
     
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CONTRIBUTOR MEMBERS

Aeroflex Colorado SpringsTamrin Apaydin, Aspen Pointe, Community Partnership for Child DevelopmentExperience Colorado Springs at Pikes PeakKatherine Loo, David Loose, Global Exchange Group, Mary Ellen McNally, William S. Mead, Pikes Peak United WayCarol and Wil Scott, Strub Family Foundation, The Independence CenterThe Resource Exchange,
Bill and Sue Stohlmann, Denise Whinnen

DONOR MEMBERS

Sue Hamilton-Ager, Jane Ard Smith, Colorado Springs Indian Community, Carolyn Harris, Shirley A. Martinez, Deborah Oleson, Vikki Phillips, Progressive Insurance, Rhonda Hester, Susan Saksa

MEMBERS

A Music CompanyDennis Apuan, Michael Berniger, Queen Brown, Citizens ProjectColorado Springs Branch NAACP, Gary Fornander, John Fuller, Girl Scouts of Colorado, Teressa Hill, Fletcher Howar, Michelle Irelan, Cecelia Jacobs,
 
Jan-Pro of Southern ColoradoJody Alyn Consulting, Pikes Peak Community CollegeVictoria and Mel Schwab, Ellen Slavitz, Lori Williams



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