Regionalism. What does it mean?

Submitted by Norm Roulet on Sun, 04/17/2005 - 23:53.
04/21/2005 - 08:00

An Invitation to Discuss Regionalism on April 21
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Regionalism. What does it mean? And
what does it mean for the nonprofit
sector and for health and human services? 
We know the sector dramatically impacts the quality of people's lives,
but what about the economy and region?

Doing Well While Doing Good:
The Role of Health and Human Services in
Northeast Ohio's Regional
Transformation seeks to answer these questions and serve as the beginning of
this very important dialogue.

The conference will be held on Thursday,
April 21, from 9:00-3:30, at the
Lorain County Community College.  The
Center for Families and Children is very pleased to present and coordinate
this conference, and we hope that you can join us for some or all of the day.
We are very proud to have a distinguished group of co-sponsors, listed

Who should attend? Anyone in Northeast Ohio who wants to be part
of the
dialogue on regionalism, economic development, and the value of the health and human services sector, including representatives of the health and human services, government, philanthropy and business sectors.

more information, please visit or call (216) 432-7200 ext. 322.

Co-Sponsored by: the Nord Family Foundation, The George Gund Foundation, the Saint Ann Foundation, the Cleveland Foundation, the Center
for Community Solutions, the Center for Health Affairs, the Cleveland Clinic
Foundation, the Community Foundation of Greater Lorain County, Cuyahoga
County, ideastream, Jewish Community Federation of Cleveland, KeyBank, Mt.
Sinai Healthcare Foundation, National City, Nordson, the Stocker Foundation,
the Plain Dealer, Saint Luke's Foundation of Cleveland, Ohio, United Way
of Greater Cleveland, and University Hospitals Health System.


Lorain County Community College