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Angel’s Youth

  1. 1. ANGEL’S YOUTH By: Melissa Garcia
  2. 2. PROGRAM INFORMATION • The mission is to assist individuals without a home, to accommodate either temporary living arrangements, as well as permanent residency. To guide them to better alternatives, that includes guidance in school, hobbies and trades. To give them the opportunity to thrive. • Youth population in Chicago from ages 15-18 • Issues addressed include; increase in homelessness, resources available for prevention, helping those that need shelter, retention or follow up with existing agencies to create service plans. • Goals and Objectives; Lower youth at risk, increase programs available in the community, create a network of youth and counselors that will continue to guide through their journey.
  3. 3. POLITICAL, ECONOMIC, SOCIAL, AND TECHNOLOGICAL FACTORS THAT AFFECT THE YOUTH • Poverty • Lack of affordable housing • Uncertain physical and mental health • Addictions • Family breakdown / child abuse and/or neglect, domestic violence, parental substance use • Insufficient mental health services • Lack of education
  4. 4. CULTURE AND DIVERSITY Ways to promote diversity, equity, and inclusion; 1. Be aware of unconscious bias. 2. Communicate the importance of managing bias. 3. Promote pay equity. 4. Develop a strategic training program. 5. Acknowledge holidays of all cultures. 6. Make it easy for your people to participate in employee resource groups. 7. Mix up your teams.
  5. 5. ORGANIZATIONAL THEORY AND DESIGN • Open system theory. Utilizing this theory will aid me in creating a plan with my colleagues to identify the services and future goals needed for the program to succeed. • The work will be divided by the programs available. Based on the youth’s need, a service plan will be created with their assigned case manager to help them plan out the steps to achieve their goals. Clients will be directed accordingly. The case manager will have the responsibility to keep detailed notes of the client’s progress and assign to new programs as see fit.
  6. 6. ORGANIZATIONAL THEORY AND DESIGN CONTINUED The website Wrike will be used to track client progress along with notes form the case managers with suggestions of improvement. This site will allow case managers to communicate and share ideas to help the youth with their progress. This will also be utilized to record their day to day workload, to assure the tasks are being distributed fairly.
  7. 7. JOB TITTLES AND REPORTING STRUCTURE Human Resources Manager Job Summary: plan, coordinate, and direct the administrative functions of an organization. Oversee the recruiting, interviewing, and hiring of new staff; consult with top executives on strategic planning; and serve as a link between an organization's management and its employees. Medical Case Managers Job summary: The Medical Case Manager will provide a range of client-centered, confidential services that link clients with health care, clinical psychosocial, and supportive service for clients. The Medical Case Manager will facilitate linkage to and maintenance of clients to their primary medical services. The Medical Case Manager will also provide treatment adherence counseling to ensure readiness. The Medical Case Manager will assure that client is connecting to other services; dental, Mental Health and Substance Abuse treatment. This case manager will also provide benefits counseling to clients and assist in enrollment, verification, and utilization of those benefits.
  8. 8. LINE-ITEM BUDGET • Sector: Housing, Youth Services • Location: Chicago, IL (East Garfield Park) • Size: 25,000-square-feet • Cost: $8.93 million (acquisition and construction) • Sub-contracted program services, including employment ($97,820) • Research and evaluation represented ($44,000) • Conference travel and participation as required by the funder ($7,303) • Travel and mileage for staff ($34,685) • Supplies and materials ($17,283) • Client trade program $1,252 per individual
  9. 9. INFORMATION SYSTEM 1. Intake 2. Needs assessment 3. Service planning Goal #1 Planning Actions Adjust Goal # 2 Planning Actions Adjust Goal # 3Planning Actions Adjust 4. Monitoring and Evaluation Example of possible layout;
  10. 10. PROGRAM EVALUATION • I intend to use both quantitative and qualitative methods. For evaluation purposes I would like to track the volume of clients seen that year. I would also want to evaluate the types of programs referred as well as the results of those programs, good or bad. • I based my decision on what I need to track to make proper adjustments. For example, if the data shows that a certain program is not being utilized as the others, I can go into further depth to figure out the reasoning behind it. I can view the clients assigned to that program, review their overall progress, and note why they didn’t complete or dislike it. I would then inform those case managers to make adjustment based on the feedback.
  11. 11. IN CLOSING • The youth needs our guidance, in this program the Angels aka case managers will be considered a helping hand to them, showing them a better way of life by providing resources. • Chicago Public Schools (CPS) reported serving 17,773 homeless students during the 2021-22 school year. This is a significant increase of students identified as homeless by CPS since the 2020-2021 school year, when 10,836 students were identified (FAQs/Studies, n.d.) • With this program we can lower this number and prevent the youth from experiencing homelessness.
  12. 12. WORKS CITED • FAQs/Studies. (n.d.). Chicago Coalition for the Homeless. https://www.chicagohomeless.org/faq- studies/#:~:text=Chicago%20Public%20Schools%20(CPS)%20reported • McClendon, D. (2021, January 13). Ten ways to support diversity and inclusion in the workplace. Www.ceridian.com. https://www.ceridian.com/blog/support-diversity-and-inclusion-in-the-workplace

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