Openfields Work

Missouri Firearm Suicide Prevention Learning Cohort

Philanthropy Learning Cohort Mental Health
Openfields was contracted by the Missouri Foundation for Health to inspire and equip leading organizations around the state of Missouri with the vision, tools, capacity, and community to design and launch strategic programs to reduce firearm suicide in target populations; and to serve to as a model for how other partners within and beyond Missouri can learn and collaborate together to lead change. In our role Openfields:
  • Designed and facilitated a two-year learning cohort focused on human centered design and grounded in the latest mental health research
  • Developed a national advisory group of mental health and equity experts
  • Produced a media stream to help promote learning and collaboration throughout the state 

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