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1 EDUCATION Education Result 1: School Readiness Education Strategy 1.1: Provide access to preventive health services that promote children s health and development Children & Families of Iowa - Mental Health Coordinator Des Moines Health Center - Smile Squad Des Moines Public Schools- Licensed Social Worker Orchard Place - EC Mental Health Clinician Visiting Nurse Services of Iowa - First Five - Dallas County Visiting Nurse Services - Nurse Family Connections Young Women's Resource Center - Perinatal Services Youth Law Center - Multi-Disciplinary Legal Representation Education Strategy 1.2: Strengthen parenting skills and resources to promote early learning and interaction at home Child Abuse Prevention Council - Wee Care Respite Nursery & Young Parents Hispanic Educational Resources Conmigo Family Support Coordinator Lutheran Services in Iowa - Parenting Initiative Oakridge Neighborhood Services Family Development Specialist Education Strategy 1.3: Provide resources and supports for families and caregivers to improve pre-literacy skills Des Moines Public Library Read Rover 1 Visiting Nurse Services Literacy Specialist Education Strategy 1.4: Improve the quality of early care and education environments to ensure school readiness Capitol Park Early Learning Center Early Childhood Quality Assurance Coordinator Iowa Association for the Education of Young Children WAGE$ ISU Extension Reach for the Stars Orchard Place CCR&R Reach for the Stars Visiting Nurse Services Childcare Nurse Consultant Education Strategy 1.5: Improve early care by providing quality training for providers Iowa Association for the Education of Young Children - TEACH Education Strategy 1.6: Increase access to quality early learning environments that promote school readiness Bidwell Riverside Child Care Center - Quality Early Learning Center Capitol Park Early Learning Center- Little Scarlets Child Care Capitol Park Early Learning Center - Quality Early Learning Center Children & Families of Iowa - Quality Early Learning Center Children & Families of Iowa - Teddy Bear Town Children & Families of Iowa - Transitional Child Care Evelyn Davis Early Learning Academy - Quality Early Learning Center Hispanic Educational Resources - Conmigo Early Learning Director Support Oakridge Neighborhood Services - Quality Early Learning Center Education Result 2: Early Grade Success Education Strategy 2.1: Provide supportive services for at-risk early grade students and families Des Moines Public School Success Youth Law Center Multi-Disciplinary Legal Representation Education Strategy 2.2: Provide quality after-school opportunities for elementary school students that reinforce and Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Iowa - Community Based Mentoring Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Iowa - Youth Development Programs

2 Greater Altoona Community Service Campus - Kids Klub Oakridge Neighborhood Services - Project OASIS YMCA of Greater Des Moines - Before & After School Program Willkie House - After School/Summer Day Camp Education Strategy 2.3: Provide quality out-of-school opportunities for elementary school students Boy Scouts of America - After School Scouting Camp Fire USA - Extended Learning Programs Girl Scouts of Greater Iowa - Girl Scout Leadership Experience Everybody Wins! Education Strategy 2.4: Promote and coordinate activities that reduce summer learning loss Camp Fire USA - Community Center Programs Education Result 3: Middle and High School Success Education Strategy 3.1: Provide supportive services for at-risk middle and high school students and families that promote learning and reduce school absence Employee and Family Resources Project Uplift Education Strategy 3.2: Provide quality after-school opportunities for middle school students that reinforce and Isiserettes Drill and Drum Corps Education Strategy 3.3: Provide quality out-of-school time opportunities for middle school students that reinforce and Creative Visions - Out of the Box Graduation Initiative Education Strategy 3.4: Promote successful transition from middle school to high school Boys and Girls Clubs Hiatt Middle School Boys and Girls Clubs McCombs Middle School Children & Family Urban Ministries - Backyard Boyz Children & Family Urban Ministries - Whyld Girls Des Moines Public Schools Keys to Success Des Moines Public Schools - Minorities on the Move Des Moines Public Schools Wolf Pack I Have a Dream Foundation - Dreamer Academy Iowa Jobs for America s Graduates IJAG programming ISU Foundation Science Bound Johnston Youth Mentoring Program Oakridge-Be Real Academy Education Strategy 3.5: Identify and engage students at-risk and improve school success City of West Des Moines - Youth Justice Initiative Des Moines Public Schools - Academic Support Labs Des Moines Public Schools - Communities in Schools

3 INCOME Income Result 1: Increase income through access to education and employment Income Strategy 1.1: Reengagement in Education (Adult Basic Education, back to high school or GED attainment) DMACC GED Academy Drake University Adult Literacy Center - Basic Adult Literacy Services Iowa Homeless Youth Centers Employment, Education and Housing St. Vincent de Paul Society -Education Center - Digital Literacy Income Strategy 1.2: Postsecondary education (apprenticeship, credential, certifications, 2-year degree) Iowa Homeless Youth Centers - Post-Secondary Retention Program Des Moines Housing Services - Case Management for Public Housing National Fund for Workforce Solutions - Central Iowa Works Income Strategy 1.3: Strengthen skills for workforce preparation for individuals Catholic Charities - Refugee Cooperative Program Evelyn Davis Center for Working Families Summer Youth Employment Program Oakridge Summer Youth Employment Program WeLIFT Job Search Center - Workforce Program Income Strategy 1.4: Increase income through job placement, retention and advancement National Fund for Workforce Solutions - Central Iowa Works Christian Opportunity Center - Facility and Community Based Employment Des Moines Housing Services - Case Management for Public Housing Evelyn K Davis Center for Working Families - Job Navigator Goodwill Industries of Central Iowa - Work Development Program Hawthorn Hill Home Connection - Education/Employment Specialist House of Mercy - Education/Employment Specialist Iowa Homeless Youth Centers Employment, Education and Housing Programs Oakridge Neighborhood Services - Adult & Family Services Building New Careers Income Result 2: Individuals/families have access to food, shelter and other income/ work supports Income Strategy 2.1: Maximize use of tax credits for working individuals and families Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program Income Strategy 2.2: Provide response to urgent needs for food and shelter Catholic Charities - St. Joseph's Emergency Family Shelter Central Iowa Shelter and Services - Community Kitchen Hawthorn Hill - New Directions Shelter Helping Hand - Food Pantry Iowa Homeless Youth Centers Employment, Education and Housing Programs New Opportunities - Dallas County Family Development Center Primary Health Care - Outreach & Case Management Rent & Utility Benefit System Reform Income Result 3: Individuals/families build financial stability Income Strategy 3.1: Low-income working individuals and families have access to mainstream financial products/services Des Moines Community Action Four Cornerstone Financial Education Program ISED Ventures Financial Education

4 Income Strategy 3.2: Individuals demonstrate an increase of financial management, skills, and tools Des Moines Housing Services - Four Cornerstones Financial Education Program Iowa Credit Union Foundation - Strategic Individual Development Accounts ISED Ventures - Financial Education ISED Ventures - Iowans Save! New Opportunities - Four Cornerstones Financial Education Youth Policy Institute of Iowa - Opportunity Passport Income Strategy 3.3: Provide supportive services to remove barriers Central Iowa Shelter and Services - Community Transportation Iowa Legal Aid - Civil Legal Assistance Income Strategy 3.4: Low income individuals and families obtain and maintain affordable stable housing Contractor - Homeless Prevention Community Planning and Implementation Habitat for Humanity - Self Help Homeownership Program HOME Inc - Community Housing Services Polk County Housing Trust Fund - Capacity Building/Affordable Housing Siemer Stable Families Match YMCA of Greater Des Moines - Supportive Housing Program

5 HEALTH Health Result 1: Children and adults have access and utilize health services for prevention and treatment Health Strategy 1.1: Assist eligible clients with accessing health insurance and/ or health services Dallas County Health Department - Health Navigator Heart & Hands -Women & Children's Health Clinic Visiting Nurse Services -Community Nursing Health Strategy 1.2: Improve clients health care benefits ChildServe - Outpatient Therapy Des Moines Health -Dental Clinic Health Strategy 1.3: Prevent risky behavior and care for healthy physical needs Employee & Family Resources - Substance Abuse & Violence Prevention Young Women's Resource Center -Prevention Services Health Strategy 1.4: Provide mental health and substance abuse treatment Catholic Charities -Counseling Program Children & Families of Iowa -Counseling Services Employee & Family Resources -Individual & Family Counseling Employee & Family Resources -Student Assistance Program MECCA -Bernie Lorenz Orchard Place -Direct Clinical Services Orchard Place School Based Mental Health Youth Emergency Services & Shelter -Emergency Services for Non-system Youth Health Result 2: Children and adults live in and maintain a safe/healthy environment Health Strategy 2.1: Improve the physical environments of neighborhoods Polk County Health -Lead Poisoning Prevention Health Strategy 2.2: Support children and adults in safe environments Children & Families of Iowa -Domestic Violence HCI Care Services -End of Life Care Jewish Family Services -Senior Adult Services Link Associates -Family Support Services Polk County Crisis & Advocacy -Crisis & Advocacy Services Visiting Nurse Services -Senior Companion Wesley Community Services -Wesley Home Care Aide Health Result 3: Children and families have a healthy diet and engage inregular physical activity Health Strategy 3.1: Improve community systems and build environments to support healthy eating and quality nutrition Lutheran Services in Iowa Urban Agriculture Des Moines Area Religious Council Food Coordinator Health Strategy 3.2: Increase opportunities for physical activity and play Link Associates - Leisure Services YMCA of Greater Des Moines Youth Engagement Programs Health Strategy 3.3: Strengthen knowledge and consumption of health and nutrition Wesley Community Services -Meals on Wheels

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