Learning Together in the North Sound
Connect. Coordinate. Collaborate.
What is the North Sound ACH Resource Library?
North Sound Accountable Community of Health (North Sound ACH) exists to create a just and inclusive culture and the necessary conditions for all community members to thrive. The North Sound ACH Resource Library is designed to make the wisdom, innovations, and best practices that already exist in North Sound accessible–and to link North Sound resources to national frameworks and thought partners.
Search the library for tools, stories, reports, and videos to grow our shared understanding and support collective action. Explore over 300 resources available to support partners in advancing equitable well-being.
The Resource Library has been developed with North Sound ACH staff and network partners–and will continue to grow and evolve. Help us grow this library by completing the resource suggestion form.
Network Learning Sessions
Catch up on the Collaborative Action Network’s virtual learning series! Since 2022, this series has hosted presentations and panels on a diverse set of topics – including Reimagining Data, Emergency Preparedness, Incarcerated and Justice Involved Equitable Solutions, and Land Back: Beyond Land Acknowledgement to Stewardship, Decolonization, and Reconsiliation. With local and national experts, interactive breakout rooms on topics grounded in equity and vital conditions for our work in the North Sound, this series is open for anyone to attend and learn with us!
North Sound Voices brings experiences, ideas, and solutions from across the North Sound region to you. We believe in the wisdom of our region. We believe that our communities know what they need – and are demonstrating resilience every day. We believe we are stronger together. When we listen to and learn from each other, we can do more than we ever could alone.
Season one is all about the Vital Conditions for Health and Well-Being.
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Voter Participation Is a Path to Health Equity: How Health Departments Can Promote a Healthy, Inclusive Democracy