New Strategic Plan Available Online

CONCORD, N.H. — The last three years have been full of tremendous growth for ROCs, Network affiliates, and ROC USA®, a pattern that will be boosted with the help of the goals outlined in our newest Strategic Plan. 

Over the last few months, members of the ROC USA Board of Directors, members of our Network affiliates, staff, stakeholders and ROC Members have been compiling the next set of goals for the 2018-21 Strategic Plans. The purpose of this document is to focus our vision and direction, while also serving as a working plan to create strategies towards achieving these goals.

In this next phase, our goals will include supporting ROC Leaders to build and drive the national resident-ownership movement; helping preserve another 4,000 homes through resident ownership; strengthening our Certified Technical Assistance Providers; and generating more resources for home and community improvements.

Engaging ROC Members in the process helps to create sustainable community changes. Our reason for being is the economic security and well-being of homeowners in MHCs, so raising up their voices and experiences in resident-ownership is vital to a healthy and growing network.

“I am really excited how community- and homeowner-centered the plan is,” said ROC USA Founding President Paul Bradley. “I see it time and again: When we stand with communities shoulder to shoulder the results are tremendous.”

Read more about those and other plans here, and to download a print-quality version, click here.

While the goals may be in writing, any suggestions or input are welcome. You can share those in the discussion forum on myROCUSA.org here.

Panorama of the 2017 attendees of the Community Leadership Institute in Los Angeles, Calif.
Attendees of the Community Leadership Institute in Los Angeles, Calif. helped contribute to the latest version of the Strategic Plan.