The 100-Day Challenge dashboards were updated at regular intervals with data from each community, and allowed the teams to track progress toward their numeric goals and sub-goals throughout the 100-day journey.
“I am so impressed with the system leaders and providers in each community for having the courage to set audacious challenges for themselves, and commit to supporting the teams carrying out this important work,” said Jim Theofelis, Executive Director of A Way Home Washington.
The most valuable part of the 100-Day Challenge model is the opportunity it presented for each region to learn about its current system, and to experiment with new ideas. Help us congratulate the teams on Facebook and Twitter using the #WAChallengeAccepted hashtag!
*Updated as of August 11, 2017.