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1 Through Fiscal Year Ending September 30, 2011 Goals/Objectives SERVICE GOALS 1. Agency Capacity Desired Outcome: The service delivery network must have the capacity and ability to provide a high quality, efficient and culturally sensitive continuum of care that is culturally sensitive to Broward's diverse population. Evidence Based Practice: Capacity Building for high quality services is created through an infrastructure that includes the integration of training, technical assistance and systems building across the child serving provider network. 1.1 GOAL: Build provider agency organizational effectiveness. Objective 1: Provide training and technical assistance that improves organizational infrastructure (i.e., technology, fiscal, etc.), cultural competence and service delivery. $247,700 Objective 2: Provide funding to support organization and program quality improvement initiatives. $157,500 Objective 3: Provide leadership and resources to improve the effectiveness of the Broward Training Collaborative. $10,000 Objective 4: Harnessing the power of volunteers to build the capacity of child serving agencies. $204,125 Total Service Goal 1.1 $619,325 C:\Documents and Settings\guerdonj\Local Settings\Temporary Internet Files\Content.Outlook\4BGYP20Z\ CSC FY11 Goals - FINAL - 4/19/2011-4:53 PM 1 of 12

2 Goals/Objectives 2. FAMILY STRENGTHENING Desired Outcome: Children from Broward County are free from abuse and neglect, family dysfunction, domestic violence, drug abuse, teen pregnancy, and school failure and violence. Evidence Based Practice: By strengthening protective factors through early support and economic prosperity initiatives, poor outcomes for children can be prevented from developing or escalating. 2.1 GOAL: Reduce the incidence of verified evidence of abuse and neglect. Objective 1: Reduce child abuse and neglect through the provision of effective of family strengthening services to prevent child maltreatment. $8,177,359 Objective 2: Provide family strengthening services that support families with children in relative (Kinship) care and non-relative care. $400,000 Total Service Goal 2.1 $8,577, GOAL: Reduce economic deprivation risk factors by increasing prosperity. Objective 1: Lead a Community effort to coordinate local prosperity campaigns. $280,000 Total Service Goal 2.2 $280,000 C:\Documents and Settings\guerdonj\Local Settings\Temporary Internet Files\Content.Outlook\4BGYP20Z\ CSC FY11 Goals - FINAL - 4/19/2011-4:53 PM 2 of 12

3 Goals/Objectives 3. DELINQUENCY PREVENTION & DIVERSION Desired Outcome: Youth are free from involvement in delinquent acts, violence and other problem behaviors that have serious and long term consequences. Evidence Based Practice: By strengthening protective factors and teaching positive decision making skills, fewer youth will be referred for delinquent offenses or involvement in violence. 3.1 GOAL: Reduce risk factors associated with delinquency, violence, victimization, school failure, teen pregnancy and other risky behaviors by strengthening protective factors and positive decision making skills. Objective 1: Provide youth development programs that engage teens and promote school and community attachment. $2,924,921 Objective 2: Provide youth development programs that engage teens with behavioral health needs and promote school and community attachment. $571,494 Objective 3: Reduce the number of youth ages who are in the workforce but unemployed through the provision of youth employment opportunities. $1,625,000 Objective 4: Support community efforts to reduce the incidence of teen violence. $100,000 Objective 5: Partner with the School Board to provide 21st Century Learning Centers in low performing high schools to improve academic and social performance. $540,597 Total Service Goal 3.1 $5,762,012 C:\Documents and Settings\guerdonj\Local Settings\Temporary Internet Files\Content.Outlook\4BGYP20Z\ CSC FY11 Goals - FINAL - 4/19/2011-4:53 PM 3 of 12

4 Goals/Objectives 3.2 GOAL: Reduce the recidivism rate of low risk juvenile offenders and prevent the escalation of crime. Objective 1: Reduce juvenile crime through increased youth participation in effective diversion programs. $2,304,841 Objective 2: Increase the number of youth who receive early screening, assessment and referral through collaborative funding of the Juvenile Assessment Center. Objective 3: Provide Legal Advocacy and Support for youth involved with dependency and/or delinquency systems, to foster social, emotional, education and vocational success. Objective 4: Collaborate with community partners to provide early intervention to families with children exhibiting fire setting and related risk behaviors. $350,000 $259,560 $50,000 Total Service Goal 3.2 $2,964, TRANSITIONAL INDEPENDENT LIVING Desired Outcome: Youth have the skills and abilities to be productive adults. Evidence Based Practice: Social, educational, and vocational supports will prepare youth to improve outcomes related to graduation, employment, housing, economic self-sufficiency and minimize risk factors. 4.1 GOAL: Strengthen supports for youth to successfully transition to adulthood. Objective 1: Support a collaborative system of care that addresses the multifaceted needs of transitioning youth by providing Independent Living programming to improve their transition to a productive adulthood. $1,575,000 Includes grant funding from the Moran Foundation. Total Service Goal 4 $1,575,000 C:\Documents and Settings\guerdonj\Local Settings\Temporary Internet Files\Content.Outlook\4BGYP20Z\ CSC FY11 Goals - FINAL - 4/19/2011-4:53 PM 4 of 12

5 Goals/Objectives 5. EARLY CARE & EDUCATION Desired Outcome: Children in Broward County will have positive early learning experiences that promotes school success. Evidence Based Practice: Subsidizing childcare to ensure accessibility, improving the quality of childcare services and promoting family literacy are proven to prepare children for educational success. 5.1 GOAL: Improve children s educational success. Objective 1: Increase the availability and quality of subsidized childcare for economically disadvantaged families. $5,850,000 Objective 2: Collaborate with community partners to increase literacy skills in children and youth. $556,065 Objective 3: Support community efforts to strengthen Early Childhood Education (ECE) initiatives. Objective 4: Support efforts to improve the quality of childcare through training and technical assistance for preschool teachers and staff to stabilize childcare arrangements for children. $160,000 $600,000 Includes grant funding from AD Henderson. Objective 5: In partnership with the School Board, promote specialized preschool placement for children with behavioral health needs. $125,600 Total Service Goal 5 $7,291, CHILD WELFARE SYSTEM SUPPORT Desired Outcome: The Broward community will have an effective, high quality and family-focused dependency system of care. Evidence Based Practice: A range of continuous quality improvement initiatives that is flexible to meet changing needs results in a high quality dependency system. 6.1 GOAL: Improve the responsiveness of the dependency system through provision of innovative quality improvement initiatives. Objective 1: Support implementation and maintenance of a County-wide adoptive and foster parent recruitment campaign through sponsorship of Forever Family. $135,000 Total Service Goal 6 $135,000 C:\Documents and Settings\guerdonj\Local Settings\Temporary Internet Files\Content.Outlook\4BGYP20Z\ CSC FY11 Goals - FINAL - 4/19/2011-4:53 PM 5 of 12

6 Goals/Objectives 7. OUT OF SCHOOL TIME Desired Outcome: Children in Broward County will have safe, supervised, fun and productive out of school time experiences. Evidence Based Practice: Providing economically disadvantaged children with access to programs that maximize out-of-school time that include curriculum for academics, arts, nutrition education, social skills, community and family involvement and fun fitness activities are critical to their success. 7.1 GOAL: Improve the availability and quality of out-of-school time programs. Objective 1: Provide leadership to promote quality in all out-of-school programs through leadership in the Florida After School Network. $15,000 Objective 2: Provide year-round out of school programs that infuse quality through academic enrichment, cultural arts programs and fitness activities for economically disadvantaged families. $9,440,298 Programs in lieu of TIF CRA payments based on preliminary values - will be included with MOST/Summer when final values are determined. $887,859 Objective 3: Provide Summer programs that infuse quality through academic enrichment, cultural arts programs and fitness activities for economically disadvantaged families. $1,088,691 Total Service Goal 7.1 $11,431,848 C:\Documents and Settings\guerdonj\Local Settings\Temporary Internet Files\Content.Outlook\4BGYP20Z\ CSC FY11 Goals - FINAL - 4/19/2011-4:53 PM 6 of 12

7 Goals/Objectives 8. PHYSICAL HEALTH Desired Outcome: Children with physical health needs receive the necessary community supports to promote their well-being. Evidence Based Practice: Increased access to school healthcare and health insurance for children, innovative initiatives to address childhood obesity, water safety instruction and other efforts improve the wellbeing of children. 8.1 GOAL: Safeguard the physical health of children. Objective 1: Increase the availability of school-based health care at schools of highest need. $1,103,195 Objective 2: Collaborate with community partners to develop initiatives that promote healthy nutrition and address the epidemic of childhood obesity. $30,000 Objective 3: Collaborate with community partners to provide water safety/drowning prevention programs. $653,100 Objective 4: Collaborate with community partners to provide Kid Care insurance outreach initiatives to reduce the number of uninsured children in Broward County. $192,458 Total Service Goal 8.1 $1,978,753 C:\Documents and Settings\guerdonj\Local Settings\Temporary Internet Files\Content.Outlook\4BGYP20Z\ CSC FY11 Goals - FINAL - 4/19/2011-4:53 PM 7 of 12

8 Goals/Objectives 9. MATERNAL & CHILD HEALTH Desired Outcomes: Infants, young children and mothers in Broward County will have supportive and nurturing relationships to promote the positive social, cognitive and physical development of children. Evidence Based Practice: A system for early screening and referral and a continuum of supportive services promotes positive development for at-risk pre and post-natal mothers and their infants. 9.1 GOAL: Ensure a continuum of maternal and child health services for at-risk families. Objective 1: Provide screening, assessment and support services for pregnant and parenting women with children ages 3 and younger to increase prenatal screenings rates by 60% and infant screening. $1,950,800 Objective 2: Provide treatment and support for mothers with maternal depression. $499,828 Objective 3: Collaborate with community partners to provide resources to improve fetal/infant/young child mortality rates. $141,518 Total Service Goal 9.1 $2,592,146 C:\Documents and Settings\guerdonj\Local Settings\Temporary Internet Files\Content.Outlook\4BGYP20Z\ CSC FY11 Goals - FINAL - 4/19/2011-4:53 PM 8 of 12

9 Goals/Objectives 10. PHYSICAL, DEVELOPMENTAL AND BEHAVIORAL NEEDS Desired Outcome: Families with children with developmental, physical, developmental or behavioral health conditions have a continuum of care that preserves the family and maximizes child development Evidence Based Practice: A family-focused system of care for families with children with developmental, physical, and behavioral health conditions promotes growth and success. GOAL: Strengthen the continuum of care for children with special physical, developmental and behavioral health needs. Objective 1: Provide year-round out of school programs that infuse quality through academic enrichment, cultural arts programs and fitness activities for children with special physical, developmental and behavioral health needs. $7,916,545 Objective 2: Provide transitional services to prepare youth with disabilities for post-secondary education, training or gainful employment. Objective 3: Improve the Information and Referral network for families with children with physical, developmental and behavioral needs. $1,491,445 $211,246 Objective 4: Provide respite services in support of the child s Behavioral Health service plan. $150,087 Objective 5: Increase training opportunities for youth with disabilities and their parents to promote effective individual and system of care advocacy. $49,000 Total Service Goal 10.1 $9,818,323 Includes grant carry forward. C:\Documents and Settings\guerdonj\Local Settings\Temporary Internet Files\Content.Outlook\4BGYP20Z\ CSC FY11 Goals - FINAL - 4/19/2011-4:53 PM 9 of 12

10 Goals/Objectives 11. CHILD SAFETY Desired Outcome: Children and youth will be free from victimization, violence, endangerment and abduction. Evidence Based Practice: Increasing national attention supports the need for new strategies to ensure the safety of children and youth GOAL: Increase the safety of children and youth in the Community. Objective 1: Collaborate with community partners to increase awareness of domestic and dating violence and provide training and outreach strategies to prevent child and youth endangerment. $100,000 Total Service Goal 11.1 $100,000 C:\Documents and Settings\guerdonj\Local Settings\Temporary Internet Files\Content.Outlook\4BGYP20Z\ CSC FY11 Goals - FINAL - 4/19/2011-4:53 PM 10 of 12

11 Goals/Objectives SYSTEM GOALS 1. SEAMLESS SYSTEM OF CARE Desired Outcome: Children's services are delivered through comprehensive and coordinated systems of care. Evidence Based Practice: The collaboration of community partners builds comprehensive and coordinated systems of care. SYS 1.1 GOAL: Improve the coordination of children's services. Objective 1: Promote collaboration between funders & stakeholders to improve the delivery of children's services across local systems. Objective 2: Improve provider reporting capability for SAMIS enhancements. $74,291 Objective 3: Collaborate with community partners to provide a single point of entry into the system of care (211 Information & Referral). $282,448 SYS 1.2 GOAL: Research and Evaluate Systems of Care. Objective 1: Provide leadership and resources for community strategic planning. $40,000 Objective 2: Collaborate with community partnerships to promote child and family research initiatives. $0 Total System Goal 1 $396,739 C:\Documents and Settings\guerdonj\Local Settings\Temporary Internet Files\Content.Outlook\4BGYP20Z\ CSC FY11 Goals - FINAL - 4/19/2011-4:53 PM 11 of 12

12 Goals/Objectives 2. PUBLIC AWARENESS & ADVOCACY Desired Outcomes: The community is aware of the resources available for children and families and advocates on their behalf. Evidence Based Practice: Multi-forum and multi-targeted efforts maximize community awareness and advocacy. SYS 2.1 GOAL: Strengthen the community's awareness of available resources and advocacy efforts on behalf of children and families. Objective 1: Support community projects/events which empower children or families through sponsorships. Objective 2: Educate Broward's taxpayers about issues, resources and services available for Broward's children and families using the full spectrum of media and community outreach tools. $15,000 $377,600 Objective 3: Advocate for all children representing Broward's diverse communities through public awareness, community, and legislative outreach at the local, state, and national level. $90,000 Total System Goal 2.1 $482,600 LEVERAGING RESOURCES Desired Outcome: Services and resources available in the community meet the needs of Broward County's children and families. Evidence Based Practice: Scanning the environment for available leveraged funds and securing those funds for the community maximizes monies for children and families in Broward County. SYS 3.1 GOAL: Increase resources available for providing services to children. Objective 1: Maximize leveraged funds from the Community, State or Federal Government. $71,000 Unallocated $486,373 TOTAL ALL GOALS $54,562,544 C:\Documents and Settings\guerdonj\Local Settings\Temporary Internet Files\Content.Outlook\4BGYP20Z\ CSC FY11 Goals - FINAL - 4/19/2011-4:53 PM 12 of 12

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