Action Collaboratives are teams of local stakeholders and residents who come together to solve problems and meet goals outlined in the IV 20/20 Community Vision & Strategic Plan.
Some Action Collaborative participants are high-level professionals, including the Josephine County Sheriff, the Superintendent of Three Rivers School District, and the Chief Operating Officer of Options for Southern Oregon. Others are people who work at agencies and local nonprofits that can help make changes, such as Healthy U, Illinois Valley Wellness Resources, and Oregon Parks and Recreation Department. Also on the teams are community volunteers who have an interest in the team’s focus area and just want to help. There are Action Collaboratives addressing Public Safety, Housing, Food Access, Children and Families, Seniors, Health, Tourism, Outdoor Recreation, School Success, and more.