FCFC Strategic Planning Resources & Data

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The Montgomery County Family and Children First Council, in partnership with United Way of the Greater Dayton Area, conducted a Strategic Planning process to guide priorities over the next three to five years.  Various stakeholders have been included in this work comprised of consumers, community leaders, volunteers, and service providers from various sectors.  The community priorities are connected with one or more of the three focus areas: Health & Safety, Education & Life Skills, and Income & Stability.

Compiled below are resources, data and video taped discussions and presentations related to Collective Impact and the Joint Strategic Plan process and documents. 

Provider Training - September 29, 2017
Montgomery County and United Way funded service providers and their collaborating partners were invited to participate in a quarterly meeting/presentation designed for networking, capacity building, and learning more about collective impact and other topics of interest. This first session featured Strategic Coordinators Learn to Earn Dayton (Education), Dayton-Montgomery County Food and Hunger Coalition (Food Access), and Montgomery County Development Services - Workforce Division (Stable Employment). The guest presenter was Leisha Lyman from United Way of Greater Cincinnati. Their presentations and links to their organizations are below:
Agenda
Dayton-Montgomery County Food and Hunger Coalition
Learn to Earn Dayton
The Job Center
Leisha Lyman Collective Impact Presentation
United Way of Greater Cincinnati
List of Attendees




Collective Impact - Heroin/Opioid Epidemic - September 28, 2016
Public Health - Dayton & Montgomery County Presentation
Video - Collective Impact Session - Heroin/Opioid Epidemic
Collective Impact and Results Accountability
Exploring Solutions for the Opiate Problem at each Intercept - Ruth H. Simera, Program Administrator

Collective Impact Training August 2016
Power Point Presentation by Paul Schmitz
www.collectiveimpactforum.org
Collective Impact Training Video
Collective Impact Worksheets


Strategic Plan

Joint Strategic Plan document
Joint Strategic Plan handout
Joint Strategic Planning Community Presentation -March 21, 2016


General Submissions
Metamap Creates Common Languages for Urban Change

Human Services Planning & Development 2014 Annual Report
Montgomery County 2014 Community Needs Assessment
PHDMC-Opportunity Maps


Health & Safety Work Group Submissions

Community Health Assessment

National Prevention Strategy
United Way – Charting a Course for Change:Embedded within the document, and the accompanying toolkit, are links to research to justify the work on a national level.
ACA Task Force Dashboard / Report
Health Policy Institute of Ohio - State of Tobacco Use
Montgomery County ADAMHS Board Annual Reports
Upper Valley Medical Center Community Health Needs Assessment
Miami Valley Medical Center Community Health Needs Assessment
Atrium Medical Center Community Health Needs Assessment
Good Samaritan Hospital Community Health Needs Assessment

Dayton Children's Medical Center Community Health Needs Assessment
Children's Health  - INFO Graphic
Dayton Region - OSAM Drug Abuse Trends

Education & Life Skills Work Group Submissions

Leveling the Playing Field
Accessing Child Welfare Data
Parity or Disparity Report
Montgomery County Youth Data Analysis
2014 Gallup Poll U.S. Overall Report
Success in the New Economy by Kevin Fleming   
Three Policies to Close the Class Divide
Using Evidence-Based Strategies to Innovate: A Case Study for Men of Color College Achievement  
National League of  Cities: Fostering Post-Secondary Success
Toddlers Have Sense of Justice, Puppet Study Shows

Income & Stability Work Group Submissions
Cincinnati Works - Economic Benefits 2013  

Work Groups - Discussion Videos
 
 
 
Panel Discussions - May, 2015
The Montgomery County Family and Children First Council, in partnership with United Way of the Greater Dayton Area, is conducting a Strategic Planning process to guide priorities over the next three to five years.  Included in this process were five Community Panel Discussions designed to gain a further understanding and perspective on topics that were identified in the recent Community Needs Assessment. 
 
Below are links to videos of the panel discussions and the PowerPoint presentations:
FCFC Panel Discussion 1 - Transportation / Access / Navigation
Video - Part 1
Video - Part 2
PowerPoint Presentation
 
FCFC Panel Discussion 2 - Income / Public Assistance / Housing / Homelessness
Video - Part 1
Video - Part 2
PowerPoint Presentation
 
FCFC Panel Discussion 3 - Poverty / Discrimination / Culture / Stigma / Fear
Video - Part 1
Video - Part 2
PowerPoint Presentation
 
FCFC Panel Discussion 4 - Health / Healthcare / Crime / Violence / Drugs / Nutrition
Video - Part 1
Video - Part 2
PowerPoint Presentation
 
FCFC Panel Discussion 5 - Education / Employment / Jobs / Wages
Video - Part 1
Video - Part 2
PowerPoint Presentation

 

For more information, contact the Human Services Planning & Development Department at 937-225-4695.