Menomonee Falls Collective Impact
Starting in 2016, the School District of Menomonee Falls developed a partnership with the Village of Menomonee Falls Police Department to better support at-risk youth. In 2017 and 2018, Menomonee Falls Collective Impact grew its partnership with the broader community to maximize the resources of the community for the wellbeing of all Village of Menomonee Falls residents. The 2018 Community Wellness Data report has been compiled to inform the work of Menomonee Falls Collective Impact by providing a snapshot the existing conditions and recent trends in the community. This annual report includes local information across a variety of sectors with data comparisons to the State of Wisconsin and surrounding communities.
Chamber of Commerce.org named the Village of Menomonee Falls #8 on the 2019 list of Best Cities to Live in Wisconsin.
An Improving Community
- Builds a culture for improvement and disciplined collaborative problem solving.
- Is built on a foundation of trust
- Eliminates unnecessary hassle or barriers that stand between citizens and available resources and services
- Networks partners focused on improvement, innovation, and quality outcomes.
- Aligns resources to improve outcomes for children, families, and communities.
- Is explicitly relentless in its efforts to improve our community.
Addiction Resource Council
Kairos International Christian Church
Exposure to reading at a young age is crucial for long-term success in school and beyond, and the data shows the number of young children increasing. The intent of this work group is to provide new families with resources to support literacy and language development and also build their connection with community organizations who support literacy development.
Waukesha County health data shows that mental health conditions are becoming increasingly prevalent. The intent of this work group is to bring together local service providers and community organizations to reduce mental health stigma and improve early interventions for residents and families living with mental health conditions.
The data shows our senior (80+) population growing. The intent of this work group is foster an all inclusive community where those with dementia will be enabled to live as independently as possible and continue to be engaged in community life.
What is a Dementia-Friendly Community?
- Recognizes dementia
- Promotes early detection
- Creates dementia-friendly environments
- Holds the capacity for a crisis response system
- Trains businesses to be dementia -friendly
- Provides services and support to have individuals with dementia have the highest quality of life