IMPACT Planning Council advances community health and human services through objective planning, evaluation and research.
IMPACT Planning Council works in partnership with community leaders, decision makers, and service providers that are committed to improving the well-being of residents in Southeastern Wisconsin. Our role is to determine best practices; conduct research; evaluate data; and, assemble stakeholders to address issues such as substance abuse, poverty, public health, violence prevention, diversity, teen pregnancy, infant mortality and mental health.
Our skills and experience in community planning, research and evaluation are dedicated to human service system improvement. The information, data and recommendations that IMPACT Planning Council generates is useful for nonprofits, government agencies, businesses, foundations, policy-makers and the community-at-large.