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Arizona Town Hall is a non-profit organization that brings diverse people together to solve critical and often divisive policy issues

Community Programs

Community Outreach Programs

In the months following a statewide Town Hall, Arizonans can learn about the recommendations of the Town Hall and engage in a Town Hall style discussion about the recommendations and how to apply them in their own community. Community Outreach Programs are typically 60-90 minutes long "mini-Town Hall" gatherings.

Arrange for a shorter program in your community or as part of a presentation for a business, service or civic organization, by contacting the Arizona Town Hall office by phone at (602) 252-9600, or by email.

Visit the "Strong Families Thriving Children" media page for the discussion
statements from Outreach Programs Programs more information on this topic,
the Final Report and more. 

Community Town Halls

In the months before the Statewide Town Hall, Arizonans can begin discussing the topic within their local communities at a community town hall. 

Community town halls capture input from Arizona’s many diverse communities and reports from community town halls are acted on locally. Programs may vary in size from 25 to 250 people, and vary in length from 90 minutes to a day or more, which trained facilitators will lead participants through a Town Hall style discussion.  The local reports are also included with the participants’ background materials to further enrich discussions at the Statewide Town Hall and published on the Arizona Town Hall website.

Arizona Town Hall partners with local organizations to organize the community town hall. To become a community town hall partner, click here, or contact Arizona Town Hall staff by email or by phone at 602-252-9600.

By sponsoring a community town hall, you will:
  • Provide both communities and leaders with tools that will help them resolve difficult issues.
  • Educate and engage community members in important policy issues.
  • Enable communities to inform policymakers and others about their perspectives, ideas, and recommendations.
  • Empower communities to become more effective action agents through powerful discussion and connection to resources.

Special thanks for supporting our statewide Community Programs goes to:

 


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