The Root Causes Network

The Root Causes Network is a statewide program of CRC and provides a permanent infrastructure to build the capacity of service providers to advance inclusive and community-centered policy.

We know that our nonprofit partners are currently adapting to the rapidly changing circumstances and unprecedented challenges due to COVID-19. The Root Causes Network creates a shared space for us to weather these challenges together, providing the tools and resources for service providers to strengthen their advocacy efforts when it is needed most.

We believe to strengthen the power and influence of human service nonprofits in advocacy work, there must be a network of support offering nonprofits with the resources, ongoing training, and relationship building with policy groups to help them move their organization’s advocacy work forward through this crisis and beyond.

We are recruiting new sites for 2020! Join the Network!

Please Join Us for a Root Causes Network Informational Webinar:

Interested in doing advocacy work in your organization but not sure where to begin? Now, more than ever, it is important for our networks to connect in our advocacy efforts. Join us to learn more about CRC’s Root Causes Network program and how you can get involved.

The webinar will include:

  • An overview of the program including benefits, membership fees, support and expectations.
  • Shared testimonials from past participants.
  • A timeline and steps to get started.

Please register to receive the zoom login information.

This webinar will be offered on two days with the same content:

Thursday, April 23, from 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm

Tuesday, May 5, from Noon – 1:00 pm

Find Out More

Contact Alex McHenry for more information and to schedule a call.

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Program Overview

Discover more about the founding and goals of the the Root Causes Network.

Join the Network

Learn about member criteria and upcoming meeting dates.

Community Engagement and Advocacy Resources

Explore advocacy resources by Building Movement Project.

For more information, please contact:

Alex McHenry, Community Engagement Program Manager
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