Project management for LEAD is a central function, one that requires a mix of strategic, operational, and relationship skills, along with a clear vision about how a community can improve its system of response and care.
As outlined under Roles and Responsibilities, LEAD The Project Manager (PM) is responsible for coordinating all aspects of the LEAD initiative and managing its day-to-day ... More oversee the day-to-day processes and coordination of a local LEAD initiative, and are stewards of the collective vision. If you’re in this role, familiarizing yourself with all elements of LEAD – from the principles to procedures to contracting, funding and evaluation – can offer invaluable benefits.
Whether you’re exploring LEAD, are eager to begin a LEAD initiative, or are seeking guidance in implementation or evaluation, this toolkit offers resources to help your community build better safety, health, and equity with LEAD.
Request Technical Assistance
The LEAD Support Bureau provides intensive and ongoing technical assistance and support through site-specific contracts; some technical assistance may also be available on a limited pro bono basis. To request assistance, contact the Bureau.