Annual Operating Plan

The FY ’19 Annual Operating Plan

 

Coweta County Family Connection

Coweta County

 FY18 Annual Plan

 July 01, 2018 – June 30, 2019

 Governance Type:  Meet and confer

Collaborative Functional Type:  Partner Engagement

Collaborative Description and Activities to Strengthen Effectiveness:  The Coweta County Family Connection (CCFC) Collaborative efforts are focused on engaging community members, agency partners, and stakeholders to become viable collaborative members. The collaborative will continue to build new relationships, and strengthen current partnerships through improved outreach and education of community resources, events, and opportunities to serve within the collaborative. Once engaged, collaborative members support partner missions and initiatives, share resources, and unite for collaborative specific community events. Thus, the collaborative will continue to build relationships through communication, identification and allocation of community needs, collaborative membership, and participation in community-wide events to increase stable, self-sufficient, and productive families in Coweta County. CCFC will continue our focus on partner engagement during FY’19.

 

Desired Outcome: Improved stable and self-sufficient individuals and families in Coweta County.

Strategy:  The Coweta County Family Connection Collaborative works to provide resources, and networking opportunities, to partners in order to assist individuals and families reach self-sufficiency. 

Child and Family Indicators:

Indicator
Teens not in school and not working, ages 16-19 [CS7]
Children whose parents lack secure employment [SF4]
Children living in poverty [SC3]
Families, with children, with annual incomes less than 150% of the federal poverty threshold [SC5]

To Document and Monitor Progress:
CCFC will continue to monitor collaborative activities and indicators with attendance records at all meetings, which include executive board, general collaborative, strategy team, and sub-committee meetings. Annual executive board retreats will analyze collaborative vitality survey and partner matrix. Collaborative records will also monitor member participation, support, and attendance for collaborative programs and service events. For the Economic Insecurity Strategy indicators, agencies will assist teens with community resources  to reduce teens not in school or working.  Economic Insecurity Strategy team members will explore Kids Count Data yearly, identify gaps in services, and bring partners to the table to assist in filling such gaps. Economic Insecurity Strategy team members will also work to reduce the number of children and families living at, or below, the poverty level by providing resources to educational, employment, and other relevant opportunities, which promote self-sufficiency.