Early Cares was launched 2017 through a funding opportunity from Healthcare Georgia Foundation's Two Georgias Initiative. This project aims to improve health outcomes in rural Georgia communities through local partnerships working on bold, innovative strategies that address the underlying issues impacting
health and healthcare.
Early Cares represents a diverse partnership of more than 35 individuals who live, work, and play in Early County.
We operate using the Collective Impact Framework, a proven model to tackle complex
social issues impacting communities.
Early Cares represents a diverse partnership of more than 35 individuals who
live, work, and play in Early County.
Early Cares is a partnership, working together to provide opportunities to continually improve the environments in which we all live, work and play.
A caring community where everyone has an opportunity to live a long, safe, and healthy life.
Equity, Reciprocity, Discipline, Leadership, Accountability, Stewardship,
Innovation, Inclusiveness, Unity, and Service
Collective impact requires partners: establish a common agenda, share data measurements, mutually reinforce activities, communicate continuously, and establish a backbone organization to move the work.