Collective Strategic Planning for the Success By 6 School Readiness Action Plan, Project HOPES and Family Connects Texas
Who: Leaders in non-profit family serving organizations outside of the formal early education system.
- Educate and build support among colleagues and the public at-large for research-based family support services including parenting education, home visiting, casework for families with young children
- Recommend policy decisions and advocate for more of our region’s resources dedicated to our youngest residents
- Identify opportunities for collaborative grant proposals.
- Align our respective programs, as appropriate, to avoid duplication of services.
- Oversee and monitor progress on the strategies in the SB6 SRAP
Our Goal: Families have access to and use the resources that provide them with the knowledge, skills, confidence, and social supports to positively nurture the health, safety, and development of their children, and develop greater financial stability.
Meeting Format: Collaborative planning for resource development; system-level problem-solving on issues such as recruitment/retention of qualified workforce; review of relevant data; advocacy planning
The FSN is the community workgroup for the Project HOPES grant to prevent child abuse and neglect and for the Texas Family Connects Community Alignment Coalition. Facilitated by United Way for Greater Austin.