Policy, Advocacy, and Public Funding
The Rocky Mountain Partnership has identified four collective work areas so far this year to make our vision and mission a reality. In order for outcomes for community members in these areas to improve, policy at all levels of government and organizations needs to change.
What Role does Policy Play in These Areas?
In order for outcomes for community members to improve, policy at all levels of government and organizations needs to change.
- Policy is not just state legislation, but also what is happening at the organizational, local, regional, and national levels.
- For anything to improve, “systems” have to change, not just programs and behaviors.
- Other entities focus on state legislation exclusively. We are focused on what policy and systems level changes need to be made for the four priority areas at ALL levels.
- Each of the collective work areas has (or will have) specific goals and strategies that involve policy and systems-level improvements needed at the organizational, local, regional, state, and national levels to achieve the result.
What Are The Policy Goals For These Areas?
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|Kayah Swanson, RMP Senior Director of Policy & Advocacy, serves as the Project Manager for this effort. Contact Kayah at KayahSwanson@RMPBackbone.org with additional questions or to learn more.|