The DASH Mentor Program Announces 3.0 Funding Cycle

Data Across Sectors for Health (DASH) is pleased to announce its 2021 cohort of Mentees. The DASH Mentor Program supports experienced organizations in creating opportunities that foster learning and implementation for small groups of “Mentees.”  Each cohort is led by a DASH Mentor and is composed of teams of local community collaborations that share a common interest in improving their capacity to share multi-sector data as it relates to a particular topic area.  Thirty-five teams of Mente...
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State of the Field of Multisector Data Sharing for Community Health

DASH monitors the field of multi-sector data sharing in order to: 1) inform grant-making, 2) support communities, and 3) develop an evidence base for policy and practice. Together with other national program offices with similar aims in a collaboration called All In: Data for Community Health, DASH fields a survey to learn more about how collaborations across the country organize their communities and develop sustainable data infrastructure to promote equitable, thriving communities. Read the fu...
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All In Webinar: Building Community Capacity by Sharing Power, Storytelling, & Systems Change

Social determinants of health such as racism and discrimination continues to have an everlasting impact on people’s quality of life and overall wellbeing. For African American mothers and infants, racial inequities persist leading to an infant and maternal mortality rate that is two to three times higher than whites. Racial inequities must be exposed and addressed head on through community collaboration and multi-sector data sharing. On Wednesday, April 21, 2021, from 12:30 p.m. - 1:30 p.m. C...
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New Episode of All In Podcast Season 3 Is Here!

The wait is over - Episode 2 of All In Podcast Season 3 has arrived! Our host Miriam Castro sat down with Melissa Jones and Cristal Little to discuss how they have been educating Bay Area communities about rent moratoriums and equitable state-funding. They also detailed the benefits of their data-sharing collaboration during COVID. This powerful and timely conversation touches on many aspects of housing justice work, including aligning equity throughout decision-making, consistent community enga...
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All In National Meeting Keynote Plenary Recap

This month, we launch the next story in the Recap Blog Series by highlighting the inspiring voice of Dr. Ruha Benjamin. DASH Communications Associate Solomon Collins shares lessons learned from this session. Read the blog post series here. What was your favorite part of Dr. Benjamin’s national meeting keynote, and why? We invite you to keep the dialogue going on in the All In Online Community.
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