Resilient Communities: South Dakota provides a technical framework to support community coalitions to prepare, know, respond to, prevent and sustain multi-sector efforts to address childhood maltreatment and its impacts across the lifespan. Facilitated by a local team and supported by a CPCM Navigator, Resilient Communities is a process that help all community sectors collaboratively identify local strengths and opportunities to prevent Adverse Childhood Experiences and maltreatment.

Call for Communities

CPCM is requesting applications from communities interested in organizing facilitating teams to lead Resilient Communities. Any community may indicate interest and receive technical assistance, but 6 communities in Eastern SD will be selected in 2023 to also receive funding for programming and to pilot a Resilient Communities cohort/hub model. Learn More.

Become a Resilient Community

The Resilient Communities process is broken into five phases: Prepare, Know, Respond, Prevent, Sustain.

Yes, we are ready to become SD’s next Resilient Community!