Shared Plan

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County Family and Children First Councils (FCFCs) have been required in statute since 1993 to develop and implement a process that annually evaluates and prioritizes services, fills service gaps where possible, and invents new approaches to achieve better results for families and children.

In 2006, statutory changes through the passage of House Bill 289 (HB 289) elevated this requirement and increased accountability by requiring FCFCs to establish a process to identify local priorities, develop an interagency plan to address those priorities, and monitor and report the progress of meeting these priorities.  

Click here to view Summit County FCFC’s Shared Plan (coming soon)

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