CPAC: The Community Planning & Advocacy Council. Creating Community Solutions Management Assistance Program (MAP) Presentation to Nonprofit Development Center of Southern New Jersey February 15, 2007. CPAC’s Mission. CPAC’s mission is
Creating Community Solutions
Management Assistance Program (MAP)
Presentation to Nonprofit Development
Center of Southern New Jersey
February 15, 2007
CPAC’s mission is
CPAC was instrumental in the creation of various community agencies/systems:
CPAC facilitates the RFP process for Camden County government for County Human Service grant funds, SSH/TANF funds, Emergency Service Grant funds and PEER Grouping funds.
CPAC also facilitates the RFP process for United Way of Camden County for Federal Emergency Management Assistance (FEMA) funding.
Now that you know a little bit about CPAC –
just what is MAP?
Management Assistance Program (MAP) is an administrative initiative by the NJ Division of Youth and Family Services to establish county level partnerships with United Ways, Human Services Advisory Councils and County Governments.
Designed to provide human service organizations with enhanced managerial and administrative skills to measure the effectiveness and efficiency of customer services.
The Standards serve as a common tool enabling organizations
The Performance Planning and Assessment System Components:
The Human Services Performance Standards may be applied to organizations funded by Federal, State, County, City, United Ways and private foundation grantors.
In Camden County, agencies that apply for County Human Service Grants, SSH/TANF, Emergency Shelter Grant and Federal FEMA dollars MUST BE MAPped.
The United Way of Camden County and CPAC are piloting a “Common Funding Application”.
This incorporates the use of a common application for funding under Camden County and United Way dollars with the MAP program.
Hilary Dugger Colbert, MPA
Director of Planning & Research
Cooper River Square
6991 North Park Drive
East Building, 3rd Floor
Pennsauken, NJ 08109
Note: Human Services Performance Standards
can be found on CPAC’s web site