Our Community Outcomes
The goal: To help vulnerable, lower income adults 60 years of age or older live independently and safely through crisis intervention services, increasing access to senior support systems, and decreasing social isolation.
The goal: To ensure children considered at-risk or with high needs are developmentally ready to succeed in school when they start school through parent engagement and education, access to high quality early learning, and programs that strengthen young children’s social emotional health.
Housing & Homelessness
The goal: To reduce the number of people who are experiencing homelessness through prevention services, emergency shelter, transitional housing and/or homelessness outreach, rapid rehousing, and permanent supportive housing and services.
Safety Net Health & Nutrition
Goal 1: To increase access to health services and resources for low-income residents through benefits advocacy, accessing care services, and care coordination.
Goal 2: To decrease food insecuity for low income residents through community-based food access, nutritional education, and home-bound food distribution.
Goal 1: To increase the physical and emotional safety of economically disadvantaged youth in their homes, schools, and communities.
Goal 2: To increase high school graduation rates of economically disadvantaged youth through programs that foster literacy and academic success and build 21st century skills.
Program Strategies and Outcomes
Q: What does the ‘draft’ watermark mean for the Community Outcomes, Program Strategies and Program Outcomes for the FY2016-18 Coordinated Funding Cycle?
A: As staff work with our outcomes evaluators, TCC Group, to develop an outcomes evaluation, revisions to program-level outcomes and the measurements associated with them may be made prior to July 1, 2016. For the purposes of the 2016-18 RFP process, applicants should use the existing draft document as released in December 2015.