Network, Resource Training Center (NRTC): The center is the first and only of its kind in the Antelope Valley. The center services the non-profits in Antelope Valley, Santa Clarita, Eastern Kern County, Barstow and Victorville. Non-profit organizations benefit greatly with the ability to network, have accessibility to resources and the continuum of training.
AVPH was founded by a handful of grassroot community groups and County of Los Angeles Public Health Department to identify the gaps of social and health services in the Antelope Valley in 1999. The organization has evolved over the past ten years and has come a catalyst in collaborative efforts with local schools, private businesses, public and private agencies to work together to better the health and social well-being within the community. Antelope Valley Partners for Health (AVPH) is embarking on a new exciting venture, the first Network, Resource and Training Center in the Antelope Valley area. The center will service the non-profits in the Antelope Valley, Santa Clarita, Eastern Kern County, Barstow and Victorville. Non-profit organizations benefit greatly with the ability to network, have accessibility to resources and the continuum of training.
- Network – NTRC will conduct quarterly network meetings with members.
- Training – NRTC will provide a wide variety of training seminars for executives, management, employees and board members.
Resources – NRTC will provide several resource tools such as:
- Resource Directory
- Links to Compensation and Benefit Surveys
- Library of management tools, grant seeking, general references
- Job advertising in newsletter and internet
Consulting and Contract Services – NRTC will provide technical support or combine administrative services. These services will be rolled out to members in the spring of 2010.
- Human Resources
- Fiscal Management
- Information System Management
- Shared Office Space
- Grant Writing
- Event Planning