Pathways to Success by 21 A Collaboration of State and Regional Partners Supporting Youth. P21 Process (Not a Program!). Two Prong Approach State Level Steering Committee Tri-Chaired by DWD, DOE, HHS (Youth Voice) Regional Teams (Youth Voice) Regional Planning Grants
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Pathways to Success by 21A Collaboration of State and Regional Partners Supporting Youth
Regional Strategic Action Plans
Increase Alt. Ed.
Pathways to Success by 21 Statewide Strategic Priorities
Short-Term: Resource Map
Strategy 6: Work Readiness Assessment for Youth
Strategy 7: Unified Staff Development Strategy
As a Cluster within EOHHS, CYF has as its goal the continuing improvement of coordination and collaboration between its member agencies through the use of Agency Head Meetings and Interagency Meetings and shared goals.
1.Integrating Interagency Systems of care to insure that state dollars are used effectively and efficiently
2. Support Transition Aged Youth/Housing and other Supportive Services
3. Supportive Services to increase Self Sufficiency/Welfare Reform
4. Agency Staff Development
EOHHS Office of Children, Youth and Families: Moving to Self Sufficiency.
Availability of formal/informal health and
mental health supports
Access to formal/informal
health and mental health resources
physical well being
in civic activities
Opportunity for engagement:
community service opportunities;
cultural events, voting etc....
Commonwealth of Massachusetts
Department of Transitional Assistance
Background: Family Resources—Welfare Vs. Work Relative to the Federal Poverty Level
(Family of Three)
The mission of the Department of Youth Services is to:
Need for Partnerships: Shared populations dictates need for shared service strategies
Robert M. Turillo