20,000 Lives

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The next quarterly meeting of 20,000 Lives is Wednesday, April 15, 2020, from 11:30 am-1:30 pm at the Mineral Building at the Plumas-Sierra County Fairgrounds in Quincy.

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What is 20,000 Lives?

  • A group of community members committed to making Plumas County an even better place to live, learn, work, and play.
  • A collaborative network that addresses community needs.
  • A county-wide group that aims to improve the lives of all 20,000 Plumas County Residents.

How does 20,000 Lives address community needs?

  • 20,000 Lives participants come together in working groups that address the interests they are already working on.
  • 20,000 Lives does not create new work, it aligns the tasks of many to achieve goals more efficiently, with less overlap, and using limited resources more efficiently.
  • The strength of 20,000 Lives is the ability to create workgroups that address common issues shared by others in the network.

What kind of work is 20,000 Lives doing?

  • There are currently five 20,000 Lives workgroups and plans for additional groups continue to merge:
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Northern Sierra Opioid Safety Coalition
Youth Prevention Group
Suicide Prevention Group
Veterans Collaborative
Senior Resource Group
Prop 47 (Criminal Sentences)

How did we get here? 

  • 20,000 Lives is the work of decades of work done in Plumas County to improve community health:

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For more information, please feel free to contact the 20,000 Lives Coordinator, Zach Revene, (530) 283-6366.