Building Human Capital: The Importance of Partnerships

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  • Building Human Capital: The Importance of Partnerships

    1. 1. Building Human Capital The ImportanceUnderstanding thenew face of poverty of Partnerships The Buncombe County Story
    2. 2. The Importance of Partnerships BuildingSafety Net Affordable Economic Child Legal FutureHealth Care Housing Development Welfare Advocacy Workforce•FQHC Contract •Mountain • EDC: •Graduation •Transitioning •Cone, OTT, Red Housing Chamber, Count Initiative: Teens path•Eblen y, City, ABTCC BC Schools House/Sick •BC Workforce •Chronic •Pisgah Call Housing • ABTCC •Valley Child Care Neglect Policy/Program Entrepreneurial •ABTCC Child Care •SOAR•ABCCM •Habitat for Foundation, Bus •CAYLA Humanity iness Incubator•Three Streams •Mission Possible •City/County • BC Economic HCBG •Targeted Development Scholarships •BC Rental Policy Assistance •Job Priorities Policy/Programs •Skilled Trade •Priority with Training Public Housing
    3. 3. The Importance of Partnerships Mountain Area Employment Security Community ActionWorkforce Development Commission Opportunities Asheville-Buncombe Technical OnTrack Financial Community College Education & Counseling YWCA Helpmate Domestic One Youth at a Time Goodwill Employment Violence Services Mentoring Services Preparation & Training Asheville-Buncombe Policy Studies, Inc.Community Christian Ministries MANNA Food Bank (Non-custodial parent program) Transportation Auto Repair BEACON (Safety net for Providers Providers crisis services) United Way – Children Income Initiative FirstWork First - Formal Contractual Arrangements & Community Partners for Referral Services
    4. 4. The Importance of Partnerships United Way – Income Initiatives
    5. 5. Programs Funded under United Way’s Income InitiativesAgency Program 2010-11 FundingChildren First/Communities in Schools Advocacy & Community Engagement 10,000Children First/Communities in Schools Family Resource Centers 40,000Green Opportunities Green Opportunities Training Team 30,000Homeward Bound Pathways to Permanent Housing 50,000Irene Wortham Center Supported Employment 17,404Just Economics of WNC Living Wage Employer Certification 20,000Literacy Council of Buncombe County Adult Basic Education 4,000Literacy Council of Buncombe County English for Speakers of other Languages 15,000MANNA Food Bank MANNA Packs for Kids 27,000MANNA Food Bank Food Distribution 79,370Mediation Center, The Gang Violence Prevention 20,000Mountain Housing Opportunities Emergency Home Repair 102,898OnTrack Financial Education & Counseling Financial/Housing Counseling 86,480OnTrack Financial Education & Counseling Home Base Housing Counseling 25,000OnTrack Financial Education & Counseling Money Self-Sufficiency 23,000Pisgah Legal Services Homelessness Prevention Project 78,000Pisgah Legal Services Immigrant Self-Sufficiency 33,067Salvation Army Social Services 50,000Swannanoa Community Council Emergency Help Program 17,480YWCA New Choices 20,000 TOTAL $748,699
    6. 6. Medicaid in Buncombe County A Community Collaboration for Providing Access to Services for Clients in Needvision values models tools concepts community er Multiple Methods of Access 11 Community Partner Access Points• Buncombe County DSS • Mission Hospital• Buncombe County Department of Health • RHA/Families Together• Buncombe County Medical Society • CarePartners (Project Access) • MANNA FoodBank• Emma Family Medical Clinic • WNC Community Health Services• Saint Joseph’s Hospital • HS West

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