In September 2014, the Collective Impact Summit for Community Well-Being was held at the Highwood Golf & Country Club. At the Summit, 70 citizens with diverse perspectives were brought together to discuss Well-Being in High River; what we want it to be, what it will take to get there and ideas that we can action to get us closer.
A sub-set of the people who attended the Summit agreed to be members of the "Core" team and have worked together to create a framework that will guide our work moving forward.
Click here to view the OHR Quality of Life Framework
This framework also incorporates community feedback given through the High River 2013 Social Well-Being Plan, the 2014 Twist Marketing Economic Development Plan, the 2014 Downtown ARP visioning sessions, and the 2014 Collective Impact Summit for Community Well-Being. It has also been cross-referenced with the Canadian Index of Well-Being, Dr. Robert Schalock’s Quality of Life framework and the Alberta Government Social Policy framework.