Who are we?
A team of visionary Non-Profit organization
directors,community developers, and
logistic engineers working together to
restructure how a system of social services
works, how changes in conditions,
operations, and environment will result in
positive outcomes for families in need.
What are we offering?
A social services system, designed to improve access and referrals between social services that serve families in need.
This model is built on meaningful partnerships, to create a broad coordinated network, providing integrated care for families’ whose needs require services from multiple agencies.
Who are we offering it to?
- Center for Reducing
- Director of Health and
Why does that person care?
By being part of the system of care, stakeholders will be able to refer clients to the agency that better fits the services the family needs, focusing on efforts to support community members, and social service agencies, while creating social change.
Our distinctive competencies
- Cultural competence, that is, structures that support capacity to function effectively in cross-cultural situations;
- Meaningful partnership with families and youth in structural decision making, design, and implementation;
- A cross-agency perspective, that is, structures that operate in a non-categorical fashion.
- Emphasizes early identification and intervention.
The substitutes & alternatives
- Work in silos
- Provide services to community members,even if organizational capacity lacks within the organization
- Not collaborate
Community System of Care Pretendotype
The Key Personas and the Value They See
Our first key persona
Our first key persona is Danyte M.,Prevention and Planning Manager at the County.
They care because the local board efforts from this system will be incumbent to the County’s goals.
Our promise to them is to align the local board efforts, with the County’s initiative, decreasing the possibility of duplicating efforts towards the same goal.
Our second key persona
Our second key person is Nick M. Director, Health and Human Services Agency
They care because having an integrated array of community services, ensures an effective early access to care.
Our promise to them is to reduce bureaucratic barriers to access health and human services.
Our third key persona
Our third key person is Sally F., Community Services Program Director
They care because implementing cross-referrals to partner agencies, and contributing to the other organizations goals, increases the possibilities of funding, contributing to the sustainability of the elements present in the system.
Our promise to them is monitor referrals to ensure quality improvement.
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