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Qualla Boundary LS - Shared screen with speaker view
Kae Livsey
42:26
My vision of a healthy community is a place where people feel like they belong, have their basic needs met and where community members feel safe, cared for and have opportunities to grow and thrive.
Lori Bailey
44:23
Thank you, Kae. Stated very well!
Sonya Wachacha
44:46
Ditto!
Lori Bailey
46:39
Seven generations of health in mind, body, and spirit. Love it! Thank you Vickie!
Lisa Duff
48:18
Giving youth a sense of purpose and self-worth
Kae Livsey
48:34
totally agree that is a critical group to target!
Lisa Duff
50:57
safety, transportation, access to care
Lisa Duff
51:34
Could use mentorship programs for youth
Lisa Duff
52:07
Transportation, messaging + education
Lisa Duff
53:14
Regulations that limit actions
Lisa Duff
54:15
Capacity is a barrier
Lisa Duff
54:38
Basic needs that are not being met
Kae Livsey
56:12
An interesting model to explore to assess where a community is in terms of meeting needs of community and the balance against the needs of the earth: https://www.kateraworth.com/doughnut/
Lisa Duff
56:57
Thanks, Kae!
Lisa Duff
57:08
Getting kids to class
Lisa Duff
57:50
Understanding trauma and its impact
Kae Livsey
58:31
I am hearing what I would describe as symptoms of underlying problems- i.e., truancy, SUD, poverty, lack of housing- the challenge is how to find strategies that get to the root causes that are manifesting as these challenges facing the community
Melanie Ashe
01:06:17
Thank you everyone for inviting me to participate. Like Vickie I have another call at 3 pm.
Lisa Duff
01:07:59
Yay! Volunteer parades sound fun!
Kae Livsey
01:12:23
Ooh and MedCAT!
Kae Livsey
01:17:48
totally concur broadband access- creative strategies? use of spaces that have it to support community members ability to access internet- after school offerings? internet hubs using satellite ?
Lisa Duff
01:30:39
Thank you to all for sharing these ideas with us!
Kae Livsey
01:31:32
Candace Laney would be good participant to reach out to- teaches at WCU and lives in Murphy- has good insights on public health out there - cwlaney@wcu.edu