Capacity Building Outline - Alameda County Government

Report
Project ENABLE
Alameda County Community Capacity Fund
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IDENTIFIED CHALLENGES FOR
ORGANIZATIONS SERVING THE REENTRY
POPULATION
• Restricted Funding Sources
• Performance Measurements and Program Evaluation
inconsistent and/or absent
• Few resources dedicated to evidence-based models best
practices in the field
• Inadequate Infrastructure
• Limited formal knowledge regarding Non Profit Management
• Insufficient Resources for Staff Development/Training
• Limited knowledge of industry “Game Changers” or proactive
approaches
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CHARACTERISTICS OF A SUSTAINABLE
REENTRY ORGANIZATION
(INFRASTRUCTURE)
Adequate
Infrastructure
Support
Program
Evaluation and
Performance
Measures
Anticipates
Industry and
Environmental
GAME
CHANGERS
Diversification
of Funding
Fundraising
On going
Financial
Analysis and
Forecasting
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CHARACTERISTICS OF A SUSTAINABLE
REENTRY ORGANIZATION
(DEVELOPMENT)
Effective Board of
Directors
Succession Planning
Hires and trainings
formerly incarcerated
staff members
Mentoring/Coaching
Leadership
Staff Development
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CHARACTERISTICS OF SUSTAINABLE
REENTRY ORGANIZATIONS
(PROGRAM DESIGN)
Trauma
Informed
Approach
Cultural
Awareness and
Competency
Understands
the culture of
corrections
Strong
knowledge and
experience
working with
population and
their families
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GOAL OF PROJECT ENABLE
TO IMPROVE THE CAPACITY OF ORGANIZATIONS TO
DELIVER EFFECTIVE SERVICES TO THE REENTRY
POPULATION LIVING IN ALAMEDA COUNTY
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CONCEPT TO BUILD CAPACITY
Additional
Funding
Technical
Assistance
Training
Improved
Capacity OF
COUNTY
AGENCIES
HOW IT WORKS
Training
Technical Assistance
Capacity
Building
RESOURCES/GRANTS
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FOUR AREAS OF FOCUS
Merger/Acquisitions/
Strategic
Partnerships
Evaluation and
Performance
Program
Design and
Implementation
Organizational
Development
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TRAINING AREAS
Leadership/
Staff
Development
Financial
Management
Program
Design &
Implementa
tion
Evidence
Based Models
AND
EVALUATION
Special
Populations
Cultural
Relevance
and
Competency
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TRAINING AREAS
Cultural
Relevance/Competency
Evidence Based Models
and Performance
Measures
Financial Management
Special Populations
Program Design and
Implementation
Leadership/Staff
Development
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SUGGESTED TRAINING TOPICS
Working with Criminal Justice Involved Clients and
their Families, Part 1 and Part 2
What’s New in the World of Reentry:
Emerging Trends, Challenges and Solutions
ABC’s of Contracting with County Agencies
Affordable Care Act: A Game Changer for
Agencies Serving the Criminal Justice Population
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SUGGESTED TRAINING TOPICS
Culture of Corrections: Working in Prisons and Jails
Gender Responsive Programs: What does it Really
Mean?
Crime Victims: Integrating their Voices
Restorative Justice Principals and Models
The Impact of the Criminal Justice System on
Children and Families
Mental Health and Substance Abuse Interventions
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SUGGESTED TRAINING TOPICS
Introduction to Non Profit Financial Management
Strategic Restructuring: To Merge or Not
Grant writing 101: What Are Funders Really
Looking For?
Performance Measurements and Why They Matter
The Essentials of Criminal Justice and Reentry
Leadership
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SUGGESTED TRAINING TOPICS
What Works: Evidenced Based Interventions for
Criminal Justice Populations
Program Evaluation: Necessary or Just Evil
Measuring Recidivism and Success
Social Impact Bonds and Pay for Success
Hiring Criminal Justice Involved Staff
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IMPLEMENTATION APPROACH
• Outreach and Marketing
• Training: Knowledge Building topics that appeal to a wider audience via
PHASE
ONE
presentations, workshops and webinars
• Gather existing data regarding needs of population, organizations and
government agencies
• Training: Specific topics address evidence based interventions, evaluation,
special populations, sustainability and other topics generated in phase one
PHASE
TWO
• Applications for Funding Developed and Issued
• Technical Assistance(agency assessments, clinics etc)
• Grants awarded in the amounts of $25,000-$100,000
• Technical Assistance: Agency assessment, on going assistance,
PHASE
THREE
monitoring and evaluation
• LIMITED TO 25-35 GRANTEES selected through Application Process
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WHO IS ELIGIBLE FOR CCF?
• CB/FB/GR
Organizations
serving or potential
to serve AB109
Population
Phase 1
Phase 2
• Everyone from
Phase 1 is eligible
• Everyone from
Phase 1 and
Phase 2 are
eligible to apply
Phase 3
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REQUEST FOR FUNDING
• Proposals and application process will be simple and
straightforward(similar to the Innovation Fund)
• Proposals must include a plan to participate in the
Capacity Building Evaluation and Technical
Assistance Program.
• Scored and Evaluated by members from the C.A.B.
and County Designees
• Quick turnaround and announcement
• Awards range from $25,000 - $100,000
• As many at 30 awards annually
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TIMELINE
Timeline
Scope and Concept
Completed
12/01/2014
Design/Proposal
Completed and
APPROVED
03/01/2014
Launch and
Implementation
04/01/2015
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POSSIBLE ROLES FOR THE C.A.B.
Community Advisory Board
Assist in the determination of topics for “Training
Modules”
Input and participation in the final design
Participate in the development of criteria for
evaluation and selection of funding awards
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PROPOSED COMMUNICATION
STRUCTURE
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SOFT BUDGET BREAKDOWN
(ONE YEAR ANNUALIZED)
84 % FUNDING TO COMMUNITY AND FAITHBASED
ORGANIZATIONS
Grants, Trainings/Workshops and Technical
Assistance
8 % EVALUATION
8 % IMPLEMENTATION AND COORDINATION
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POSSIBLE DELIVERABLES
Launch
February
2015
PHASE ONE
75
organizations
will receive
training on a
variety of
topics
including
evidence
based
interventions
PHASE TWO
35
organizations
will receive
on-going
technical
assistance
and direct
funding
PHASE
THREE AND
BEYOND
50% of the
organizations
will
implement an
Evidence
Based
Intervention
40% will have
capacity to
report
program
outcomes
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PHASE
THREE AND
BEYOND
30% will
develop
strategic
alliances or
partnerships
10-30 % of
the
organizations
will begin the
merger
and/or
acquisition
process
PHASE
THREE AND
BEYOND
30% will
diversify
funding within
18 months
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JEWELD LEGACY GROUP
Successfully operated several small to large non profit
organizations serving criminal justice population
Extensive experience and knowledge of national models
serving CJ populations and their families
Content Expert and Trainer for U.S. Department of H.H.S.
grantees serving criminal justice populations
Well Respected
Leader, relationship builder and connector
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HOW WE DELIVER
Highly skilled and diverse team of staff, consultants and
affiliated groups
Content Experts in the areas of health, law enforcement,
reentry, persons personally impacted, non profit management
and more
Trainings, workshops and webinars are repeated to achieve
greater participation
Content and delivery methods are refined based continuous
feedback from C.A.B., Organizations, County Agencies and
Persons Personally Impacted
Agency assessments delivered by a comprehensive team
Evidence Based Interventions and Promising Practices are
accessible
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OUR PARTNERS
National Council on Crime and Delinquency
www.nccdglobal.org
Angela Irvine
The Bridging Group
www.thebridginggroup.com
Katie Kramer
Pendergrass Smith Consulting
www.pendergrasssmith.com
Sally Smith
Leadership Incorporated
www.leadershipincorporated.org
Frank J. Omowale Satterwhite
WeHeartFinance
www.weheartfinance.com
Stephanie Daniels
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NEXT STEPS
REFINE PLAN WITH INPUT FROM CCPEC, C.A.B.,
SURVEYS AND EXISTING DATA
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CAROL F. BURTON, LMSW
WWW.JEWELDLEGACY.COM
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