|AIDSNET||Builds healthier communities by assessing, planning, and funding HIV care and prevention services in the counties of Berks, Carbon, Lehigh, Monroe, Northampton and Schuylkill.
|Cambria County Drug Coalition||Reduces and eliminates illegal drug use and overdose deaths, expands prevention efforts, communicates treatment options for addiction, and lessens drug-related crimes.||Cambria||Cambria County Drug Coalition||Cambria County Drug Coalition|
|CASSP Child and Adolescent Service System Program - Luzerne Wyoming County MHDS Services||CASSP a COMPREHENSIVE SYSTEM OF CARE FOR CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS with or at risk of developing serious emotional disturbance and/or substance use disorders and their families. This program ensures that services are developed in collaboration with the child/adolescent, family, mental health system, the school and all other agencies involved in the child's or adolescent's life.
CASSP meeting are designed to help individuals, families, agencies and systems determine which resources/supports for youth/adolescent and families should be explored or recommended. The process includes family members, the youth/adolescent, service providers, and all other parties that are involved with or have a relationship with the youth and the family. CASSP offers recommendations for services, allows for open communication and dialogue and partnership with the team members.||Luzerne||Luzerne-Wyoming Counties Mental Health and Developmental Services||Luzerne-Wyoming Counties Mental Health and Developmental Services|
|Center for Community Engagement, York College||THE CENTER FOR COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT (CCE) IS A UNIT WITHIN YORK COLLEGE'S ACADEMIC AFFAIRS DIVISION. IT IS DESIGNED TO CONNECT THE FACULTY, STUDENTS, AND OTHER RESOURCES OF YORK COLLEGE TO IMPORTANT COMMUNITY ISSUES AND INITIATIVES. SERVICES PROVIDED BY CCE INCLUDE ECONOMIC ANALYSIS AND FORECASTS, SOCIAL INDICATOR MEASUREMENT, SURVEYS, FOCUS GROUPS, AND NONPROFIT TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE.||York||Center for Community Engagement, York College||York College of Pennsylvania|
|Community Coalition - Nonprofit Collaboration||Our Mission:
The Community Coalition supports and celebrates individuals, families and social institutions through a collaborative fundraising effort. This creative approach by The Coalition combines efficient and effective business practices with the commitment to furthering the diverse work of its member organizations.
What is the Community Coalition?
The Community Coalition is an innovative model of collaboration among small non-profit organizations dedicated to fundraising together and sharing resources so that expenses are cut and more donor money can go directly to programs. The Coalition grew out of an understanding that by collaborating instead of competing - both in fundraising and in programming - the community, the individual organizations, and the donors would be best served.
Founded in 1991 with three member organizations and now grown to six, these participating organizations are dedicated to a shared belief in supporting and celebrating individuals and families. This creative collaboration combines effective business practices with the commitment to furthering the diverse work of its members.
Why is it successful?
By staffing one fundraising effort with a broader reach, we save costs for each member organization
We depend on the dedication and hard work of many volunteers to reduce costs
Member organizations obtain better prices by purchasing as a group
We offer donors one place to give in which they can support a wide variety of causes
We offer options that a single small organization could not manage, such as our endowment
We provide an additional source of financial long-term stability to member organizations||Chester||*Main Site (The Community Coalition)||Community Coalition|
|Drug Free Community||Supports the Northeast Community Springboard Coalition and Project Peace. NCSC is a group of concerned citizens who give their time to prevent and reduce the use of alcohol and other substances by youth in their community. Project Peace is an afterschool program in the Reading School District and the ILEAD Charter School for youth whose mission is to educate others about the dangers of drugs and violence and to increase peace in their community.
||Berks||Community Prevention Partnership of Berks County||Community Prevention Partnership|
|Easton Hunger Coalition||Coalition that works for regular access to nutritious food for all people in the Easton Area.||Northampton||Easton Hunger Coalition||Easton Hunger Coalition|
|Greater North Penn Collaborative for Health and Human Services - Advocacy||The Collaborative serves as a voice for health and human service agencies and the people we serve.
We inform candidates for public office, as well as our elected officials, of the needs in our community. Periodically, forums are scheduled, and members have the opportunity to interact directly with candidates and elected officials.
Representatives of various elected officials attend our monthly membership meetings on a regular basis.||Montgomery||Bucks - Mont Collaborative - Montgomery; Harleysville||Bucks - Mont Collaborative|
|Greater North Penn Collaborative for Health and Human Services - Community Summit||Each year the Collaborative hosts a Community Summit on a timely topic. Attendance includes key leaders from nonprofit agencies, businesses, government, education, philanthropic organizations, and the faith community.
The goals of the Summit are to:
-Increase awareness and understanding of critical issues
-Foster action planning to address the issues
2012 - Author Peter Block on conducting conversations that matter
2011 - Reducing Youth Substance Abuse
2010 - Supporting Elder Cargivers
2009 - Protecting Our Children's Future: Uniting Our Community to Reduce Childhood Obesity
2008 Summit - Small Ideas to Big Outcomes
Leveraging the Power of Collaborative Partnerships||Montgomery||Bucks - Mont Collaborative - Montgomery; Harleysville||Bucks - Mont Collaborative|
|Greater North Penn Collaborative for Health and Human Services - Partnerships||The Collaborative engages in partnerships with agencies working on specific community issues; for example:
-WISE SNAC Childhood obesity prevention project - the Health Promotion Council and Montgomery County Health Alliance
-Mobile Dental Clinic - Montgomery County Community College, Montgomery County Health Dept., North Penn Community Health Foundation, and North Penn Visiting Nurse Association
-Health Promotion Council hpcpa.org
-Montgomery County Community College mc3.edu
-Montgomery County Health Dept. health.montcopa.org
-North Penn Community Health Foundation npchf.org
-North Penn Visiting Nurse Association||Montgomery||Bucks - Mont Collaborative - Montgomery; Harleysville||Bucks - Mont Collaborative|
|Healthy York County Coalition||The Healthy York County Coalition is an ongoing collaborative effort to improve the health and wellness of the York County community. This effort is guided by:
• A broad definition of health that considers the root-cause of problems, not just the absence of disease;
• Analysis of population health through a comprehensive Community Health Needs Assessment conducted every three years;
• Development of community problem solving capacity that involves diverse participation;
• Strategies that use both long-term systems level change and short-term high impact projects;
• Focus on prevention strategies to guide residents in healthy choices, decreasing the likelihood of some diseases and improving medical outcomes for chronic conditions;
• Depression Awareness Website: www.Feeling-Blue.com Offers information and resources for people suffering from mild depression or depressive symptoms.
• Evaluation of outcomes.
Current Coalition Focus Areas:
Access to Health Care
Adult Overweight / Obesity
End of Life Planning
Smoking & Tobacco Use
Community Health Needs Assessment: Every three years the Coalition conducts a Community Health Needs Assessment to track trends and determine priorities for the next three years. The last assessment, completed in 2012, is a public document available to individuals and organizations seeking to improve local health services and programs.
||York||Healthy York County Coalition||Healthy York County Coalition|
|Homeless Service Providers Network||A coalition of agencies addressing the needs of the homeless.||Lancaster||Homeless Service Providers Network||LancCo My Home|
|Hourglass Foundation||The Hourglass Foundation was founded in 1998 to bring people together, to facilitate discussion, to provide information and to enable informed community decision-making on important issues facing Lancaster County. The foundation seeks the input of individuals, organizations and city and county government as it investigates community issues with public feedback, stakeholder interviews, public forums, expert analysis and presentations of investigation findings.||Lancaster||Hourglass Foundation||Hourglass Foundation|
|Human Services Administration Organization - Children's Services||Works with families and providers to ensure the behavioral health needs of children and adolescents are addressed through a coordinated continuum of care. The Children's Team provides liaisons in a variety of settings, including CYF, school based liaisons, homeless shelter liaisons, and school / education liaisons. Also provides SAP coordination for schools; an Early Intervention Coordinator who monitors programs providing services to families with children (birth to 3) who have developmental delays; Parent Professional - a resource to help caretakers navigate the social service system; Disaster Response Team Member - Participates in the development and implementation of the Department of Human Services response to critical incidents.
The Blended Service Coordination Program provides service planning, support, and case management for children and adolescents who have serious illnesses and serious emotional disturbances. High-fidelity wraparound service are offered by the Joint Planning Team (JPT).||Allegheny||Child and Adolescent Program||Human Services Administration Organization|
|Interagency Council of Monroe County||A volunteer coalition of human service agencies that provides a forum for discussion of community services by the membership and encourages coordination of existing services and resources.||Monroe||Interagency Council of Monroe County||Interagency Council of Monroe County|
|Interagency Council of Norristown - Membership Services||Networking meetings, professional development workshops, newsletters, access to current, comprehensive guide books/pamphlets listing area human services, linkages to human services and other collaborative services, and access to media opportunities through local community access channel.||Montgomery||Interagency Council of Norristown - Montgomery; Norristown||Interagency Council of Norristown|
|Lancaster Christian Council on Disability||Christian community partnership. Mission is to inspire, equip, educate and encourage congregations toward a biblical perspective of inclusive relationships with people touched by disability. The Executive Committee of several agencies helps in defining direction and decision making.
||Lancaster||Lancaster Christian Council on Disability||Lancaster Christian Council on Disability|
|Lancaster City Alliance||- Advances their focus on the neighborhoods
- Actively participates in the economic vibrancy of Lancaster City and identify opportunities where their leadership is appropriate.
- Promotes decisive conversations and play the role of a highly engaged community intermediary.
- Nurtures an organization capable of implementing the goals of the strategic plan
- Grows the organization by committing to an intentional approach to fund development
- Operates a bike squad seven days a week
- Manages the Downtown Investment district
||Lancaster||Lancaster City Alliance||Lancaster City Alliance|
|Lancaster County Coalition for Healthy Mothers, Healthy Babies||Specific goals include:
- To promote public awareness and education in preventive health habits for all pregnant women and their children
- To develop networks for sharing information among groups concerned about improving the health of mothers and infants
- To distribute public education materials on topics related to improving maternal and child health
- To inform Lancaster County's leaders (professional, community and legislative) about the problem of high infant and perinatal mortality, low birth weight and Lancaster's status in these areas
- Annual Legislative Breakfast (Fall)||Lancaster||Lancaster County Coalition for Healthy Mothers, Healthy Babies||Lancaster County Coalition For Healthy Mothers|
|Lancaster County Planning Commission||Principal responsibilities are to work with elected and appointed officials and the general public to create and implement the county's comprehensive plan. LCPC reviews all proposals and amendments related to land use (zoning ordinance, zoning map, subdivisions, land developments, comprehensive plans) as required by the Pennsylvania Municipalities Planning Code and also sewage facilities plans as required by Act 537. Specifically, the Planning Commission reviews and makes recommendations concerning:
- The proposed adoption, repeal, or amendment of any municipal comprehensive plan, zoning ordinance, subdivision and land development ordinance, official map, or other regulation affecting land use
- The location, opening, vacation, or modification of any street, public property, or watercourse
- The location, erection, demolition, removal, or sale of public structures
- The construction, extension, or abandonment of water or sewer lines or sewage treatment facilities
- Challenges to the validity of land use regulations
- The location, demolition, removal, sale, or lease of school district structures on land
- The proposed subdivision of land or development on land in municipalities with separate ordinances and planned residential developments
||Lancaster||Lancaster County Planning Commission||County of Lancaster|
|Lehigh Valley Planning Commission||Dedicated to providing the best planning possible to the counties and 62 municipalities in the Lehigh Valley.||Lehigh||Lehigh Valley Planning Commission||Lehigh Valley Planning Commission|
|Mental Health Partnerships - Community Support Programs (CSP) of PA||Community Support Programs (CSP) of PA is a loosely organized coalition of people across Pennsylvania involved in working to improve treatment and support services in the community for people with serious mental illnesses. Members of this coalition are consumers of behavioral health services, family members and professionals. The CSP of PA Technical Assistance office at MHASP offers services on a variety of social related issues. The program is designed to help the coalition work as effectively as possible in assisting adults with serious mental illnesses to live successfully in the community.
Services available include:
- Advocacy Services||Philadelphia||Mental Health Partnerships (MHP) - Philadelphia; Center City||Mental Health Partnerships|
|Mifflin County Planning & Development Department||The Planning & Development Department provides staff assistance to the Mifflin County Planning Commission.
The Planning & Development Department is responsible for administering the Mifflin County Subdivision and Land Development Ordinance, Community Development Block Grant (CDBG)program, and Housing Rehabilitation Program; maintaining the Mifflin County Comprehensive Plan; coordinating with other agencies in the area of transportation, housing, economic development, municipal waste management, tourism, etc.||Mifflin||Mifflin County Planning & Development Department||Mifflin County Planning & Development Department|
|NEPA Alliance-Blue Ribbon Task Force||The Blue Ribbon Task Force works to enhance the military value of Tobyhanna Army Depot and the Pocono Mountains region. We work closely with the local, regional, state and national governments, regional chambers, development authorities, and other interested parties to ensure the long-term viability and sustainability of Tobyhanna Army Depot and economic development throughout the region.||Luzerne||NEPA Alliance-Community/Nonprofit||Northeastern Pennsylvania Alliance|
|NEPA Alliance-Safe 80||The Safe 80 Taskforce is comprised of community and regional planners, developers, businesspersons, state and local police, emergency services personnel, elected state and local officials, representatives from PennDOT and other transportation agencies, the media and concerned citizens. The 80 in Safe 80 refers to Route 80.||Luzerne||NEPA Alliance-Transportation Program||Northeastern Pennsylvania Alliance|
|NEPA Alliance-Transportation Alternatives (TA) Set-Aside Program||Federal program that offers funding opportunities to expand transportation choices and enhance the transportation experience. Transportation Alternatives Set-Aside projects are intended to build pedestrian and bicycle facilities, improve access to public transportation, create safe routes to school, preserve historic transportation structures, provide environmental mitigation, create trails projects that serve a transportation purpose, while promoting safety and mobility.||Luzerne||NEPA Alliance-Transportation Program||Northeastern Pennsylvania Alliance|
|Partnership for Public Health - Lead Resources||Dedicated to improving the health and well-being of Lancaster County through:
- Public awareness and education for all residents
- Coordination and collaboration to maximized impact and use of resources
- Research and advocacy to inform and activate best practice policy and services
Lists lead awareness resources for families and landlords. As well as general lead information and Lead ordinance information for Lancaster City.
||Lancaster||Partnership for Public Health||Partnership for Public Health|
|Pennsylvania Breast Cancer Coalition||The Coalition represents, supports and serves breast cancer survivors and their families in Pennsylvania through educational programming, legislative advocacy and unique outreach initiatives.
||Lebanon||Pennsylvania Breast Cancer Coalition||Pennsylvania Breast Cancer Coalition|
|Pennsylvania Coalition Against Domestic Violence||PCADV lobbies the Pa. Legislature for improvements to the PFA law and other laws for victims and collaborates with community programs or service centers to make sure these laws are enforced.
PCADV administers the state contract for domestic violence services, sets standards for those services, distributes state and federal funding to community programs and seeks other sources of funding to ensure the needs of victims are met throughout the state.
PCADV also develops training materials programs need, trains the trainers and partners with state officials to effectively coordinate PA's response to domestic violence.
In addition, PCADV advocates for housing laws and public housing policies that protect victims and prevent landlords from discriminating against them.
Finally, PCADV supports research on public attitudes toward domestic violence, designs and distributes public awareness materials and encourages responsible media coverage of domestic violence.||Dauphin||Pennsylvania Coalition Against Domestic Violence||Pennsylvania Coalition Against Domestic Violence|
|Philadelphia Alliance - Membership Association||The Alliance welcomes Philadelphia-area providers to join our successful collaborative network. Membership dues are determined by a sliding scale based on annual revenue from public dollars for services in behavioral health and intellectual disabilities in Philadelphia. As a General Member, providers are fully connected to the Alliance information and action network through domain and committee meetings, ongoing alerts and correspondence and top priority advocacy and assistance from Alliance staff. The Philadelphia Alliance also offers an Associate Membership for agencies who do not provide direct services in mental retardation, mental health, or substance abuse, but who have an interest and/or a relationship to the service system. The Associate membership is a flat fee, and it allows the Associate to be involved with Alliance initiatives as applicable. For more information, we welcome you to peruse the website and contact the Alliance staff directly via email or telephone. We would be happy to speak with you!||Philadelphia||The Alliance of Community Service Providers - Philadelphia; East Falls||Philadelphia Alliance|
|Pittsburgh Community Services||Provides direct services and contracts with partners and other community-based agencies to provide recreation, transportation, community organization, employment and training, nutrition, housing, outreach/referral, drug/alcohol, homemaker, health, education, consumer, and other vital services. Designee agency for Community Services Block Grant (CSBG) monies.||Allegheny||Pittsburgh Community Services||Pittsburgh Community Services|
|Planning Commission, York County||Municipal/current planning provides a multitude of technical and review services to the 72 municipalities that comprise York County. The technical services cover a wide variety of topics from ordinance development to flood plain identification. The review services cover plan reviews, ordinance amendments, sewage modules and others. The municipal/current planning department has the resources and the expertise to provide planning consultation services to municipalities. Short term services can be provided at no charge, and long term services can be provided on a contractual basis.
County/long range planning is primarily responsible for the on-going development and implementation of the York County comprehensive plan.
Transportation planning/traffic engineering provides planning and engineering services that are available to all the municipalities within the county. The York County planning commission is the designated agency to perform all tasks to meet federal and state transportation planning requirements. This includes clean air act requirements, development of the twelve year program for York County, and administration of liquid fuel funds.
Information systems is primarily responsible for the development of a county wide geographic information system or GIS. The GIS is a database of county information that can be displayed on maps of the county.
Community development planning is the department designated by the county commissioners to administer various federal, state, and other housing and community development programs and projects. These include the federally funded community development block grant, emergency shelter grant, and home grant programs, the state funded weatherization and housing and community development programs, and the locally funded affordable housing trust fund.
||York||York County Planning Commission||Property and Taxes Office, York County Government|
|ruOK Berks||Suicide Prevention Task Force. Information and Referral regarding suicide and intervention.||Berks||Berks County Mental Health/ Developmental Disabilities Program and Berks County HealthChoices Program||Berks County Mental Health/Developmental Disabilities Program and Berks County HealthChoices Program|
|Safe Communities - Lycoming County Health Improvement Coalition, Inc.||Task force looks to enhance safety on streets, in neighborhoods and in homes, by promoting positive behavior in Lycoming County. Coordinates programs regarding driver safety, pedestrian safety, babysitting safety, senior safety, and older adult fraud.||Lycoming||Lycoming County Health Improvement Coalition, Inc.||Lycoming County Health Improvement Coalition, Inc.|
|Schuylkill County Vision||Works with partners in the community, include community members, businesses and organizations, to achieve the goals that will move Schuylkill County forward. Summits are held to address issues in the areas of education, quality of life, economic development, government, infrastructure and leadership.||Schuylkill||Schuylkill County Vision||Schuylkill County Vision|
|Schuylkill United Way||Working with the local community, the Schuylkill United Way raises and distributes funds to 15 partner human service agencies in Schuylkill County.||Schuylkill||Schuylkill United Way||Schuylkill United Way|
|Shepherd House - Administration||Administrative office coordinates a network of food pantries in the Carbon County area.
Call for the areas of Tresckow and Beaver Meadows.||Carbon||Shepherd House - Administrative||Shepherd House|
|Southeast Asian Mutual Assistance Associations Coalition (SEAMAAC) - Health & Social Services||The Health Department Staff supports SEAMAAC's mission by continuing to serve refugee and immigrant families and communities to overcome linguistic and cultural barriers in order to improve the quality of their lives through education such as employment support, digital literacy, naturalization assistance, public benefits, health insurance, domestic violence, ESL, health promotion, information and referral, case management, advocacy, community programs, and collaboration with other health care and social service providers.||Philadelphia||Southeast Asian Mutual Assistance Associations Coalition, Inc. (SEAMAAC) - Philadelphia; South Philadelphia||Southeast Asian Mutual Assistance Associations Coalition (SEAMAAC)|
|Task Groups-Partners in Family & Community Development (PFCD)||Members form Task Groups based on the communities needs. Currently three task forces are meeting: Communities That Care, Teen Pregnancy and Poverty.
Meeting times are subjects to change. Currently Communities that Care and Teen Pregnancy meet the 2nd Wednesday of each month and the Poverty Task Force meets the 1st Wednesday of each month.
Both meet at the Community Room at Christ Episcopal Church at 1 Main Street, Towanda.||Bradford||Partners in Family & Community Development||Partners in Family & Community Development (PFCD)|
|United in Recovery - Greater Susquehanna Valley United Way||The Behavioral Health and Addiction Impact Council oversees the Northumberland County Opioid Coalition and Snyder-Union Opioid Coalition as well as The Youth Ambassadors. These groups are working collectively to end drug overdose deaths and reduce stigma about addiction in their counties. Coalitions were born out of a collective effort to address the opioid crisis affecting the region and the entire country. Coalition provides training, public speaking and access to online and agency resources.||Northumberland||Greater Susquehanna Valley United Way||Greater Susquehanna Valley United Way|
|United States Interagency Council on Homelessness||Coordinates the federal response to homelessness.
||United States Interagency Council on Homelessness||United States Interagency Council on Homelessness|
|United Way of Berks County||United Way focuses on tackling the community's key issues and working toward solutions in the areas of education, income, health and safety net services. They work through raising and distributing funds to support a vital network of health and human services in Berks County. They also operate special programs and initiatives and serve as the Berks County clearinghouse for volunteering.||Berks||United Way of Berks County||United Way of Berks County|
|United Way of Blair County Planning/Coordinating/Advisory Groups||Provides advice, guidance and, in some cases, formal oversight, for public and private organizations that are responsible for the provision of services to the community; that assess existing social conditions and problems and develop and assist in the implementation of specific strategies for meeting the human service needs of the community; and/or which assist community agencies and organizations to coordinate the provision of services in an efficient, nonduplicative way.||Blair||United Way of Blair County||United Way of Blair County|
|United Way of Lancaster County||For over 90 years United Way of Lancaster County has helped make change happen across Lancaster County by providing opportunities for community members to give, advocate, and volunteer. United Way’s Community Impact Fund focuses donor investments that address the underlying causes of the County’s most serious problems and work to achieve four bold goals. By 2025, United Way is marshalling resources so that (1) Every child will enter kindergarten ready to learn, (2) All adults will have the necessary post-secondary credentials they need to get a good job, (3) We have decreased poverty by 50%, and (4) Everyone has access to a doctor, dentist, and mental health professional. In addition to offering a 2-1-1 information and referral service, a volunteer center, and free tax preparation services for low income workers, United Way fosters collaborations between nonprofit organizations, healthcare providers, schools, faith-based groups, businesses, and government. United Way and its supporters create lasting change in Lancaster County, achieving results that no single organization or sector could accomplish alone.||Lancaster||United Way of Lancaster County||United Way of Lancaster County|
|United Way of Lebanon County||Convenes diverse partners, raises funds, and supports programs and organizations that address critical community needs in the areas of Health, Education, Income, and Basic Needs.||Lebanon||United Way of Lebanon County||United Way of Lebanon County|
|United Way of the Greater Lehigh Valley||Working with the local business community, United Way of the Greater Lehigh Valley raises and distributes funds to 89 programs at 54 human service agencies throughout the Lehigh Valley. Its goals are to ensure that children are born healthy and enter school ready to learn; that children and youth have the support they need to succeed in school and graduate; that older adults remain in their homes and are able to lead full lives; and that neighborhoods are safe places to live and work.
||Lehigh||United Way of the Greater Lehigh Valley||United Way of the Greater Lehigh Valley|
|Washington County Health Partners, Inc.||Performs community health assessment and planning; creates and supports collaborative volunteer-led task forces to tackle community health issues; provides a forum for collaboration and coordination of health and human service agencies, businesses, local government, schools and colleges, the faith community, civil organizations, community volunteers, and law enforcement.||Washington||Washington County Health Partners, Inc.||Washington County Health Partners, Inc.|
|York County Communities That Care||Community-wide effort to promote a healthy community with responsible, respectful, resilient youth
Administers the PA Youth Survey, compiles, analyzes, and distributes data; uses data to make informed resources and funding decisions||York||York County Communities That Care||York County Communities That Care|
|Youth Development Task Force - Lycoming County Health Improvement Coalition, Inc.||Aims to continuously support, monitor, work and raise awareness on mental and physical health and safety issues of Lycoming County youth. The task force is comprised of student representatives from the nine Lycoming County school districts; East Lycoming, Muncy, Montgomery, Montoursville, Loyalsock, South Williamsport, Williamsport Area, Jersey Shore and St. John Neumann.||Lycoming||Lycoming County Health Improvement Coalition, Inc.||Lycoming County Health Improvement Coalition, Inc.|