Learning Together in the North Sound
Connect. Coordinate. Collaborate.
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 knowledge management platform 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.
The collection introduces the key concepts and resources for our network including legacies, belonging and inclusions, the vital conditions necessary for well-being, stewardship, and target universalism
Shared Stewardship in Health Care
The guide describes how all members of the health care workforce can act as leaders to ensure all people can reach their full potential. The guide introduces the concept of stewardship and the Vital Conditions for Well-Being and outlines specific practices for health care.
Utilizing Measurement to Catalyze Change
Measuring well-being can help us understand who is thriving, struggling and suffering in our communities and making meaning of the community conditions that contribute can be used to catalyze change.
Learn about new approaches to measuring well-being. Who is thriving, suffering, or struggling in your area? Access actionable tools to survey and track this sensitive measure over time.
Tribal Health Policy
Esther Lucero’s passionate advocacy for Native health and transformative approaches to indigenous research and evaluation, Federal Indian Law and policy, reproductive justice for Indigenous women, and LGBTQ Two-Spirit health has made her a leader in health in the northwest and nationally.
Discover leading resources, tools, and stories to advance our work together.
Belonging and Civic Muscle
People need to feel part of a community, contributing to its vibrancy, and developing the power to co-create a common world.
People are able to thrive when they have safe, stable places to live.
Building relationships with tribes of the North Sound Region and committed to an ongoing journey of Tribal learning and equity.
What do you consider a "resource"?
We recognize that resources live in many forms: people, places, traditions, reports, webinars, videos, podcasts, checklists, tools, and more.
This knowledge management platform 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.
How do I use this website?
We also have categories to help you explore content in one specific area. For example, if you want to learn more about humane housing, you can select that category to find all resources related to humane housing in one spot.
How do I recommend a resource?
North Sound ACH staff members will review submitted resources and make them available on the knowledge management platform.
What do I do if I can't find a resource that meets my needs?
You can also explore the main Community Commons knowledge management platform. It’s easy to search by topics or keywords on the Commons, too.
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