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Health Vision Council. Dec. 13 th , 2011. United Way’s Mission. Connect Resources to… Important Community Needs. United Way’s Journey. Community Impact. Program Funding. Agency Funding. Outcome Funding. Strategy Funding. Resource Generation. 2011-2013. Organizational Alignment.

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Health Vision Council

Dec. 13th, 2011


United Way’s Mission

Connect Resources to…

Important Community Needs


United Way’s Journey

Community Impact

Program Funding

Agency Funding

Outcome Funding

Strategy Funding

Resource Generation

2011-2013


Organizational Alignment

  • Changing the bottom line to be the…TOP FOCUS

Education, Income, Health

“Changing People’s Lives”

RESOURCES – MONEY, TIME, VOICE


Products

  • Resource Development –

  • GIVE - ADVOCATE - VOLUNTEER

    • Annual Campaign

    • Grant Writing

    • Public Policy

    • Volunteer Center & Project Blueprint


Products Cont.

  • Community Engagement:

    • Community Conversations

    • Data Analysis & Best Practice Research

    • Program Allocations & Outcome Assessment


Products Cont.

  • Impact:

    • 2-1-1: 24/7 Information & Referral Program

    • Kent County Tax Credit Coalition

    • Kent County Essential Needs Task Force

    • Schools of Hope


Critical areas in West Michigan that need focused impact to make our community strong


Organizational Design

Heart of West Michigan United Way


Collective Impact


Collaboration

  • Pooling of Resources

  • Common Language

  • Aligned Outcomes

  • Shared Consequences

    • Reward

    • Ramifications


First Action Steps

  • Data Analysis

  • Community Voice

  • Convene or Join a Diverse Group - Vested Sectors

  • Evaluate Current State

  • Determine Success – “Begin with the End in Mind”


Vision Council

  • Community Voice

  • Data Analysis

  • Convene Vested Sectors

  • Big Audacious Goal


EDUCATION – 50% Increase in Graduation Rate by 2020 in Kent County

Children and youth will achieve key academic markers

Children will be prepared for kindergarten

Children and young adults will achieve key social emotional / developmental markers


INCOME“All residents will be gainfully employees earning a livable wage”

Persons attain / maintain employment

Individuals and families build assets to support self-sufficiency

The barriers to achieving economic sufficiency are decreased because basic needs are addressed


HEALTH“All residents will make healthy life choices”

  • Individuals/Families/Children

    • Increase healthy behaviors

  • Increase personal responsibility for health

  • Decrease risk that affects physical/behavioral health

Individuals/Families/Children have increased access to quality physical and behavioral health services

Persons better manage chronic, physical, and behavioral health conditions

The incidence of violence, abuse, neglect and other risk factors related to physical and behavioral health are reduced


Number of kids in Kent County

who failed to graduate in 2010


Number of foreclosures averted

in the last 3 years in Kent County


Homes in Grand Rapids that are now lead free

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Core Values

Authentic

Collaborative

Trustworthy

Inclusive

Transparent


Questions/Comments

  • Maureen Noe

  • Heart of West Michigan United Way

  • (616) 752-8620

  • mnoe@hwmuw.org

  • Thank You!


Scope of Work and End Goals

How do we get where we’re going?


Importance of the Process:

UNTANGLE

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FOCUS

ALIGN

Complexity

Results

On critical

Resources

areas &

and energy

Examine the

Implement,

possible

with

current

measure and

futures

research

reality.

report

Make

based

outcomes

strategic

strategies

choices


Strategy

Strategy

Strategy

Strategy

Strategy

By July 1, 2011


All strategies will include:

Opportunities for funding

Opportunities for advocacy

Opportunities for volunteering


Data & decision making tools

Community Health Needs Assessment

Greater Grand Rapids Community Survey (CRI)

Other data as it becomes available


Impact/Probability Analysis

  • Probability: How well do you think we can do at delivering this strategy at scale?

  • Impact: Assuming we could execute this strategy, what impact would it have in addressing homelessness?


Impact/Probability Analysis of Ending

Homelessness Strategies

  • Targeted Strategies to at risk populations

  • Direct Efforts at Increasing Supply of Affordable Housing

  • Increasing Subsidized Housing


Future meetings

Tuesday Feb. 14th

Noon to 1:30 p.m.

Tuesday April 10th

Noon to 2:00 p.m.

Tuesday June 12th

Noon to 2:00 p.m.


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