Community Inclusion Resources
A Comprehensive List of all of our Community Inclusion Resources
Need some help making community inclusion a reality at your agency? For over a decade The Temple University Collaborative has produced a variety of resources – published research reports, monographs, policy papers, toolkits, field reports, policy recommendations, and compendiums of successful community inclusion programs and practices – that provide the field with innovative ways in which to jump start their own community participation initiatives.
These resources are variously targeted to researchers, program executives, direct service personnel, peer-run programs, and service consumers, and you can find both general information on the principles and practices of community inclusion and other resources that focus on specific domains of community inclusion, like housing or employment, education or relationships, and more.
Here you will find:
- Policy Recommendations
- Toolkits and Guidebooks for both Practitioners and Service Recipients
- Training on Community Inclusion for Peer Specialists
- Compendiums of Exemplary Community Inclusion Programs
- Research Tools
- Videos and Accessible Transcription of Webinars
- Memes and YouTube Videos
- And more . . .!
all organized by topic area. For more assistance from us – we can suggest specific documents. If you have a particular interest – contact us.
Remember that all of these documents are in the public domain: feel free to download and disseminate any of these materials to your colleagues: we only ask that, when distributing these materials, you acknowledge that the documents come from the Temple University Collaborative on Community Inclusion.
You can begin your search by clicking on one of the topic areas to the left.