Webinar: A Spotlight on Community Partnerships—The Dahlia Campus for Health & Well-Being


Oct. 4, 2019
2:00 - 3:00 p.m. ET


The Mental Health Center of Denver constructed the Dahlia Campus for Health and Well-Being through a partnership with the Northeast Park Hill community, recognizing that community members are experts of both the community’s needs and the best approaches to improve their health and well-being. The Dahlia Campus serves as a model for involving the community in the design and implementation of healthcare services and facilities, bolstering the community’s health and well-being.

Dr. Carl Clark, the President and CEO of the Mental Health Center of Denver, discussed the community’s role in the creation of the Dahlia Campus and the Center’s continued efforts to meet the community’s needs.


Carl Clark, MD, Mental Health Center of Denver 

Lynn Quincy, Healthcare Value Hub (moderator)

  • An Accountable Community for Health (ACH) is a structured alliance of healthcare, public health and other organizations that plans and implements strategies to improve population health and health equity for all residents of a particular geographic area.
  • These accountable communities can consolidate services to address the Social Determinants of Health
  • These and other strategies are part of an overall roadmap that gets us to a healthcare system that works seamlessly with public health, social sectors and community members to address the goals and needs of the people it serves and advance health equity.