organizer-only timeline Copy

Your 100% Community Timeline

The following is a general timeline for the 100% New Mexico initiative. It is a customizable process that can be designed to meet the needs of a specific county. Each county’s progress will unfold based on the collaborative capacity of local county, city and school government, as well as local higher education and non-governmental agencies. For more information please visit AnnaAgeEight.org.

  • Now

    A local champion (you) reads and reflects on the book 100% Community.

  • Year 1

    The local champion connects with the 100% Community developers to explore the county’s capacity to take on the 100% New Mexico initiative.

  • Year 1

    A local champion identifies 2 initiative co-community organizers (you might be one of them) and 10 Action Team Leaders (one for each of our ten surviving and thriving sectors).

  • Year 1

    The potential initiative team (co-organizers and action team leaders) read and discuss 100% Community and conduct a readiness self-assessment (asking, are we ready to launch such a groundbreaking initiative?).

  • Year 1

    Readiness Workshop for the county team facilitated by the 100% New Mexico initiative developers.

  • Year 1

    Team implements a survey of county parents and youth to identify gaps in ten vital services. Results are analyzed by team with support from 100% Community developers. Gaps in vital services are identified, as well as reasons for the lack of accessibility.

  • Year 1

    A County Summit is launched to share survey results with all elected leaders in the county and stakeholders

  • Year 1

    All team members complete the 100% Community Course provided by the 100% Community developers.

  • Year 1–5

    Action Teams implement innovations and projects designed to increase the quality and accessibility of 10 vital services.

  • Year 1–5

    Community organizers monitor improvements in ten vital services (increases in quality and accessibility) by ongoing assessment and evaluation.

  • Year 5

    The work of the 100% New Mexico initiative is institutionalized by the creation of a local government Department of Family Resilience (this supports a collaborative process of the county, cities, schools and higher education). The goal is 100% of county residents have access to ten services, resulting in steep reductions in ACEs, trauma and social adversity.