Collective Work Asset Center
The Collective Work Asset Center houses an inventory of existing programs/services, funding and resources, and policies related to each collective work area. Inventorying these ‘assets’ supports partners to:
- Understand what already exists in the community and how they can be leveraged and built upon
- Locate and utilize existing resource inventories refer community members to critical services all in one place
Leveraging Community Strengths. Instead of starting from scratch or duplicating efforts, existing community programs and services, policies, and funding pools are refined, build upon, and scaled to maximize community-wide impact.
Connection. Community members are connected to the critical services they need to survive and thrive.
Building On Our Community’s Strengths
Collective work doesn’t need to happen from scratch. There are so many incredible efforts already happening in our community, state, and country that can be leveraged, scaled, and coordinated to have a great and efficient impact.
Asset-based community development relies on a core belief that good things exist in communities and that those things can be highlighted and encouraged — these are assets suited to advancing communities. For example, we can track assets — funding opportunities, community priorities, and more — related to the unprecedented funding flowing in from the American Rescue Plan Act. See more about this effort at the bottom of this page!
Learn more about asset-based community development HERE.
Find sources for community members to access resources here:
- Adams County Resource Map
- City of Aurora Resource List
- City and County of Broomfield Resource List
- Mile High United Way’s 211
Assets Identified To Date
Assets are being identified for the collective work areas of the Partnership. To learn about the assets that have been identified to date, click on the respective work area below
Public Funding Database
Credential and Attainment and
Equitable Hiring and
Click HERE to see the frequently asked questions about data
|If you have any questions please contact RMP Backbone Senior Director of Strategic Supports Ashley Edinger at AshleyEdinger@RMPBackbone.org.|