Person-Centered Systems Transformation 
Intentional Inquiry supports systems reform efforts through meaningfully engaging the people, who have been most marginalized from systems supports and thus experience the most disparities, in the redesign and reform process to center living experts equitably. 

Colorado's Behavioral Health Reform

Intentional Inquiry led a team through the Civic Consulting Collaborative to engage people from across Colorado who represent subpopulations that experience some of the most significant behavioral health disparities. Through a statewide summit and 6 regional meetings, this process resulted in a person-driven vision for Colorado's care coordination system and the new Behavioral Health Administration. In the current phase, Intentional Inquiry is leading Care Coordination work groups to co-create the virtual platform for behavioral health and social determinants of health resource navigation.