We're excited to launch our new WACA website today! Our hope is that it serves as a rallying point for communities across the state to get connected and not "reinvent the wheel." We're particularly proud of our FRAMEWORK, a unifying toolkit that encourages work on four best practice strategies.
Give us feedback on the new site, and if you're a community leader --- join us in our effort!
A special thanks goes out to Kyle Pfister and the Ninjas for Health for building our website so we can spread our ideas across Wisconsin, to Mark Fenton for laying some groundwork around this conversation and for providing a framework for our framework, to Kate Konkel and all of the staff at the Healthy Wisconsin Leadership Institute for giving us the tools and support to keep this project moving forward, and especially to Amanda Ostrowski from Marathon County Health Department for bringing our group together to work on something this awesome.