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CSU’s Center for Public Deliberation – Community Guides, Phase 2

Our partners at CSU’s Center for Public Deliberation have recently launched Phase 2 of the Home2Health Community Guide program. Community Guides work to lift the voices of our communities by conducting conversations within their own networks and providing feedback from those discussions to the City.

For this round of engagement, we’ll continue hearing from our residents about their experiences with housing and health and will expand those conversations to learn about the fallout of the COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent economic impacts. If you want to be a part of the

CSU’s Center for Public Deliberation – Community Guides, Phase 2

Our partners at CSU’s Center for Public Deliberation have recently launched Phase 2 of the Home2Health Community Guide program. Community Guides work to lift the voices of our communities by conducting conversations within their own networks and providing feedback from those discussions to the City.

For this round of engagement, we’ll continue hearing from our residents about their experiences with housing and health and will expand those conversations to learn about the fallout of the COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent economic impacts. If you want to be a part of the Community Guide program, apply here!

If you’re interested in becoming a Community Guide but would like to see what it entails, visit the Community Guide Training Hub, which offers online lessons on how to conduct conversations and connect with community members. This program is available in Spanish. Este programa está disponible en español.


Home2Health & Fort Collins Museum of Discovery

The Home2Health project is collaborating with the Fort Collins Museum of Discovery’s Making History project to collect community stories through one central platform. Home2Health will use the stories collected to inform future health and housing policy. Beyond stories, you can share observations, images, sound files, and moving images. The Museum will be taking digital submissions throughout the COVID-19 health crisis, and over time, they plan to expand by collecting artwork, journals, interviews and objects that help tell the story of this unprecedented time in history. Ultimately, submitted materials will become part of the Collections and Archive at Fort Collins Museum of Discovery and may be used in future exhibits, programs, and publications. The prompts on the Museum’s online form are general so, when sharing your story, we encourage you to consider these two additional questions:

  1. How has COVID-19 and the economic shutdown impacted your health and/or housing?
  2. How should we use this COVID-19 health crisis to create opportunities for better health and housing in our community?

Ready to share your story? Click here to get started!

Concerned about your privacy? The name and email fields of this form are not required and allow you to submit an anonymous story. If you have any questions, concerns, or technical difficulties, please reach out to the Home2Health team at home2health@fcgov.com

What do you want to know about Home2Health? Ask your questions below, and a member of the Home2Health team will post a response to your question as soon as possible.

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