Regional Coalition: Atlanta Regional Collaborative for Health Improvement

Mission & Broad Goals

The Atlanta Regional Collaborative for Health Improvement (ARCHI) emphasizes the need for a trauma-informed network of coordinated connections to services for communities with disproportionate access, namely Altantans of color, in an honoring and healing manner. By addressing the needs of Atlantans through holistic streamlining of access and eligibility across services, ARCHI will Invert the Burden individuals face when seeking access to care services. ARCHI began with national research on models and designs relevant to its coordinated system of care, along with local stakeholder identification. ARCHI supports several collaboratives in partnership with TechBridge and the Georgia Center for Nonprofits' Center for Social Transformation to build and coordinate networks. These networks share data, streamline service access, and track the impact on individual community members. At the core of their work is ARCHI's goal to address underlying health inequities by standardizing quality trauma-informed care across their collaboratives through training with community health workers and those providing client support. 

The Atlanta Regional Collaborative for Health Improvement (ARCHI) aims to connect unequally burdened community members of Fulton and Dekalb counties through:

  1. Streamlining access to services in all areas related to health equity including social services, behavioral health, physical health, affordable housing, criminal justice services, etc. 

  2. Designing and implementing trauma-informed systems

  3. Reducing inefficient administrative work and data collection 

  4. Shifting from crisis reduction to anticipating and preventing Atlantans’ needs

  5. Evaluating and building on best practices for a continuum of coordinated services

Coalition Geographic Service Area:

Dekalb, Fulton

Ways To Connect

Learn more about The Atlanta Regional Collaborative for Health Improvement (ARCHI) coalition’s ACEs prevention and trauma informed efforts. 

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