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    Ending Youth Homelessness - Richard Hooks Wayman Ending Youth Homelessness - Richard Hooks Wayman Presentation Transcript

    • FOCUSING ON YOUTH! Strategies for Increasing Community Support & Improving 10 Year Plan Model Example: Heading Home Hennepin
    • HENNEPIN COUNTY, MINNESOTA MARCHING ORDERS – Call to Action
      • TOPIC AREAS – What was our focus?
        • Prevention
        • Housing
        • Services
      • What we added
        • Outreach
        • Self-Support (Education & Employment)
    • LEADERSHIP
      • Organized by County/City Continuum of Care
      • Identification of Key Facilitators (Cochairs)
        • Monica Nilsson – The Bridge
        • Rich Hooks Wayman – StreetWorks Collaborative
      • Approached other leaders – full spectrum
    • Existing Strength in Homeless Youth Services- multiple points of input !
        • FHPAP Youth Rep.
        • Street Outreach
        • Emergency Shelter
        • Transitional Housing
        • Drop-in Centers
        • Case Management Services
        • Culturally specific organization (SE Asian Council, American Indian Community Dev. Corp, Afro-centric and African Immigrant cultural outreach and service
        • Health Clinics
        • Permanent Supportive Housing
        • Police
        • Business Community (Downtown Council, Chamber of Commerce
        • District Court
        • Commissioner of Public Health
        • Suburban Counseling and Outreach
        • Mpls Public School
        • School Board
    • How to fill gaps when there’s no spectrum of youth serving agencies
      • POINT IN TIME COUNT
        • Separate Out Youth (24 and under)
        • Recruitment of agencies, case workers, youth
        • Identify lead organization for coordination
        • Map out locations and sources of data
        • Facilitate collection of data
        • Promote the quality of data (training) and analyze data
        • Frequent timing – to show progress
      • NATURAL SYSTEMS : Child welfare, Juvenile Justice, Schools, Community Services
      • CREATE CAPACITY – organization, process, goals/plans
    • RECRUITMENT: Making the Time
      • 100 day plan – short and focused (small commitment)
      • Diversification of voices & stakeholders
      • Planning meetings (every 2-3 weeks) – 25 people
      • Organized committees for focused recommendations (5-6 people on each subcommittee)
      • Identification of leaders (facilitators) to DRAFT and EDIT (narrative is time consuming)
    • ANALYZE CURRENT STATE OF SERVICES
      • PIT, Gaps analysis
      • Hearing from homeless youth
      • Hearing from other communities (Listening session)
      • Tough choices – emphasizing or prioritizing competing parts of the spectrum – shelter vs. housing, outreach vs. case management
    • DOING OUR WORK TOGETHER –
      • Structure – Co-facilitated
      • Committee
        • Prevention
        • Housing
        • Services
        • Self-Sufficiency
        • Outreach
      • Quick report backs – recommendations
      • Timeline for plan – drafting, editing, consensus vote
    • PLANNING AND PREPARING FOR IMPLEMENTATION
      • Creation of Plan – what next?
      • Capacity to carry out implementation?
        • Keep doing existing work/focus
        • Drop some things
        • Demand public system focus by hiring County/City staff