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The Northern Illinois Center for Nonprofit Excellence is focusing on the topic of collective impact for its 9th Annual Rockford University Business Luncheon on June 29. We'll be there -- will you? #CollectiveImpact ... See MoreSee Less
Join us to learn how the partnership between for-profit, nonprofit, and government entities working through the lens of Collective Impact can accelerate social change and directly impact the economic vibrancy and resilience of our community.
MPOWR focuses on four necessary areas that help achieve the effectiveness of many organizations such as Cradle To Career, Communities, Re-Entry Programs, and Population Health that lead to powerful results.
We must change the culture of collaboration to where we not only work within our own organization, but also with different organizations in our community. When we are more efficient at serving people individually, we will all experience significant positive social change. #collectivimpact #collaborate #communityimpact ... See MoreSee Less
October 13, 2015 MPOWR’s Brooke Saucier Participates in the SHSMD Annual Conference
The Society for Healthcare Management & Market Development annual conference holds a strategic planning session tract for healthcare providers to learn new methods of devising, sharing, and ultimately executing strategies in their healthcare continua. Brooke Saucier was proud to introduce each speaker for the session tract. MPOWR is proud to be a part of this conference every year.
October 5, 2015 MPOWR Presents at “Addressing the Challenges of Poverty” National Conference
MPOWR’s own Marlana Dokken and MPWOR founder Al Barsema were proud to present at Bridges out of Poverty’s national conference this year on the powerful effects holistic collaboration and wrap-around support can have on the poverty sector.
Rockford’s prisoner re-entry program shows promise, evaluation continues – Special – Rockford Register Star – Rockford, IL
An academic evaluation of Rockford’s prisoner re-entry program that is still underway aims to determine how effective the program is at reducing recidivism and whether it improves public safety.
Edmund McGarrell, a Michigan State University criminology professor, said the evaluation so far suggests a positive trend since the spring 2013 inception of the program. . . read more
Friday, April 28, 2014 SupplyCore’s MPOWR Team Congratulates North Minneapolis on Federal Promise Zone Designation
MPOWR, a social software division of SupplyCore, used by Northside Achievement Zone (NAZ) located in North Minneapolis, would like to congratulate the region on its recent federal designation as a Promise Zone. North Minneapolis is one of eight federal Promise Zones in the country. The region received official designation during Secretary of Education Arne Duncan’s recent visit to Minneapolis late last month. . . . read more
April 1, 2015 A Wilder Research study shows a “projected return to society of $6.12 for every $1.00 invested in NAZ
Wednesday, April 16, 2014 Watch our latest webinar with one of the most successful Promise Neighborhoods in the nation.
This webinar overviews the successes of the the Northside Achievement Zone (NAZ), a promise neighborhood in Minneapolis, MN. Michelle Martin and Christina Gonzalez from NAZ discuss strategies they use to build a successful program. Brian Dejewski discusses how MPOWR, the backbone support software for NAZ is an integral part of the program, and how the software can be adapted to fit any community collective impact initiative
Friday, February 14, 2014 MPOWR Highlighted in Rockford News Coverage
In a Rockford News Report, MPOWR was highlighted as an effective automated reentry solution in Rockford IL. The MPOWR system is being utilized as the central database that houses parolee records, and monitors progress of these reentrants once released from prison. Case managers in the community use the MPOWR system to help parolees become contributing members of society and hold them accountable to improve the community. We are pleased to be partners with the state of Illinois, the city of Rockford, and Winnebago County as well as the United Way of the Rock River Valley and Lutheran Social Services of Illinois in implementing this important public safety program that is helping improve lives. . . . read more
Tuesday, November 05, 2013 Mayor Morrissey, City of Rockford IL speaks on MPOWR Software as tool for successful re-entry.
MPOWR is Facilitating Successful Re-Entry and Improving Public Safety . . . read more
Wednesday, September 25, 2013 SupplyCore’s MPOWR Software – Partnering to Reduce Recidivism and Improve Public Safety
SupplyCore is partnering with the City of Rockford, the Rockford Police Department, and the State of Illinois, Department of Corrections, Winnebago County, along with Lutheran social Services of Illinois and the United Way to implement a new, innovative Multi-Jurisdictional Information Sharing initiative that will address the transition of recently released state correctional system prisoners into the city of Rockford. . . . read more
Tuesday, January 15, 2013 SupplyCore Acquires Community Collaboration & Integration
SupplyCore, a supply chain and technology integrator with the U.S. Department of Defense will be merging CCI into its technology business practice, the SupplyCore Technology Group (STG). . . . read more
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