Economic and Social Mobility

Data Domains

A Holistic Approach To Improving Community Outcomes.

National research from entities such as The Brookings Institute, Economic Policy Institute, Association for Public Policy and Management, and other similar research sources across major cities in the U.S. suggest that considering a more holistic view of a community better leads to a thriving economy. This holistic view encompasses these five data domains:

   Basic Needs

   Education & Training

   Health & Mental Health

   Economics & Workforce Development
   Social & Criminal Justice  
The Partnership is ultimately embracing the opportunity to keep a finger on the pulse of the economic and social well-being of community members in Adams and Broomfield counties through the five data domains and identify where opportunities exist for this Partnership to work collectively to disrupt and transform systems and outcomes for ALL community members using the rigor of an outcomes-focused approach.

“Rocky Mountain Partnership is taking the lead to embrace true systems transformation. Expanding community-level outcomes to address what children and families experience across systems, from the school building, to doctors offices, to their own autonomy and well-being, is mission critical to take this work to the next level.”

– Jennifer Blatz, President and CEO of StriveTogether

*RMP is part of StriveTogether, a national movement of 70 communities across the US that are working together to break down barriers, change systems, and improve outcomes for youth, their families, and the community as a whole.