An increased ability to respond to communities’ needs requires a complete continuum of available resources.

Improved access and better communication within communities is an important facet of Pwi-Di-Goo-Zing Ne-Yaa-Zhing Advisory Services’ vision. The development and maintenance of a web site is seen as one element of improved service.

Central expertise available in communities, such as a paralegal service to consult for writing contracts and other legal documents, has been a long unmet need. Such a service could assist communities as personnel and partnership negotiations intensify. Additionally, a mediation service would offer a neutral option to help solve community conflict. Core supports, such as computer, technical, public relations and promotion advisory, are non-existent within the Advisory Services. Present accommodation does not allow for community access to basic requirements such as adequate meeting rooms.


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