For Security Of 1st Party Claims & Input

Never has the security of our 1st party input been more important. The best security measures to protect that input are simple to use. Those measures require us to apply the most transparent handling policies. One of those policies is to reward users of the best practices. The trust in shared information is necessary to give people a reference for making a determination. The chain of custody for 1st party input is essential to inspiring that trust. Security starts with the handlers of the input. Policy sets create systems of protection and value for the 1st party input. Contact us for more information.

This Is Your Invitation

Thousands of us have come together; under rules and agreements to have exchange. The agreement is allowing our 1st party claims to be handled in a more organized way. We want you and your family to have the same invitation we accepted. We are a network that welcomes your 1st party claims and experiences. When we receive your answers to 1, 2 or all 3 of our questions; we start the connecting process. The process works the same for everyone. We’ll seek the best first steps toward solving problems; including advocacy and direct action. We’ll start rallying others that have a history of handling and advocating around the type of 1st party claim(s). We will also start a search for those that have had the same or similar experience. What we’ve lived through as an individual can be educational for others. At we build opportunities to share 1st party experiences for proof. We’ve learned that authentic 1st party witness testimony raises the level of trust in needed information. Join …

3 Demands For 1st Party Engagement

Our research to date has plainly indicated what’s needed for various populations to be engaged. When we asked individuals and peer groups of different types about their engagement; the same 3 needs arose. (1) They want less organizing around the issues, and more organizing around the incoming 1st party claims, of the actual people. (For proof) (2) They want policies for handling each incoming claim, complaint and suggestion. (For trust) (3) They want a first step organizing response to each incoming 1st party claim, input and suggestion. (For tracking) CEO Rick Robertson

We’re Waiting On Your Referrals

We now have a process to organize and connect all incoming 1st party claims.
You and I as individuals and members of associations now have a network to refer 1st party concerns. The network staff will search, organize, compare and give an organized next step for resolving the problem. Simply answer 3 questions (1) what happened to you? (2) What would you like to see happen? And (3) how do you think others can help? Email your answers to: or voicemail your answers to 313 742-6018.
One Place For 1st Party Claims
The input receiving pipeline is the place for incoming 1st party claims and referrals. The center offers a great opportunity for experiences to become evidence for change and improvement. We’re individuals, groups and specific problem solvers working together. We respond to incoming 1st party claims and experiences; with our suggestions & recommendations. Unlike the loosely focused responses of unrefined social media users. We use the standards…

Get The Services Of

We provide problem solving and advocacy assistance. We can most likely help you through our first step organizing responses to incoming 1st party claims. We collect, compile, compare and connect answers to 3 simple questions. Our services are an added benefit that’s offered to members of various areas, organizations, clubs, non-profit and profit enterprises. 

You simply send your answers to 3 questions 24/7.  We're waiting on your answers to (1) what happened to you? (2) What would you like to see happen?And (3) how do you think others can help?

When we receive your answers to 1, 2 or all 3 of our questions; we start advocacy assistance. We’ll seek the best first steps toward problem solving, advocacy and direct action. We’ll start rallying others that have a history of association with advocating around your type of 1st party claim(s). We will also start a search for those that have had the same or similar experience. No in person meetings necessary in most cases; a…

The 4 Points To Address Problems

(1) Before the problem occurs.
(2) When the problem occurs. (3) During the problem occurring. (4) After the problem has occurred.

Try Networking For Yourself

(1) Paul was a care giver for his handicapped brother. Then a false claim of abuse forced him in to probate court. His experience was so bad that he wanted to change things. He gave 3 answers for networking to start. 7 days later he had started a victim support peer group. His group fights to remove bad judges and operating policies.
(2) Gloria was waiting on a bus to school when she was approached and molested. After that encounter she submitted her 1st party claims. The result was that we found support, advocates and others who had interest or similar experiences. Through us Gloria also got connected with a local mother that was in the process of getting funding for a public safety camera for the same bus stop. +Today that bus stop is monitored 24/7 and her attacker has been captured by police.
(3) Sandra became an amputee as a result of an infection. Her physical therapist told her about networking and she give it a try. From her answers to our 3 questions we foun…