One Voice Central Texas influences and educates policy makers and the public about what it takes for everyone in our community to thrive, and ensures our members have the tools and resources to be effective.
We envision an integrated network of health and human services that leverages its collective power to connect everyone of all ages and circumstance to social resources, opportunities, and support so that each person can reach their highest potential.
Who We Are:
One Voice Central Texas is a coalition of the leadership of over one hundred nonprofit health and human service organizations working to make sure that everyone can contribute to our community and thrive. We represent the integrated network of human services that connects everyone of all ages and circumstances to social resources, opportunities, and support so that each person can reach their highest potential. We are the voice for those in the community who may have difficulty weathering the life storms that affect all of us.
Our members work every day with individuals and families to access healthcare, have stable housing, meet basic needs, create a sense of purpose, have the tools necessary to achieve their goals, and connect with others and the community. One Voice is also committed to ensuring our members have the resources and opportunities they need to be successful, including access to research on effective practices and peer networking for nonprofit leaders. To learn more about One Voice, check out our 2020 Annual Report.
Our Positioning Statement:
One Voice Central Texas provides support for Executive Directors and other social services sector professionals as valued community leaders. One Voice is a membership organization that brings leaders together and leverages its collective power to advocate for equitable policies and funding opportunities that improve community services and resources. Our coalition connects diverse groups of leaders and provides them with professional, emotional, and mentoring peer support to develop and strengthen the nonprofit sector in our region.