OBJECTIVE: Assist 500 families to reach a household income at or greater than 200% of the Federal Poverty Level (FPL).


2018

STATUS MARCH 2018:

  1. Identify
  2. Develop
  3. Implement
  4. Objective Met

STATUS JUNE 2018:

  1. Identify
  2. Develop
  3. Implement
  4. Objective Met

STATUS SEPTEMBER 2018:

  1. Identify
  2. Develop
  3. Implement
  4. Objective Met

STATUS DECEMBER 2018:

  1. Identify
  2. Develop
  3. Implement
  4. Objective Met

 


2017

STATUS MARCH 2017:
The Northwest Project focuses on increasing a family’s resiliency in order to successfully emerge from living in poverty. This project has completed the programming and case management and graduated 2 cohorts totaling 12 families, impacting over 50 individuals. The Northwest Project continues to help these families while adding 2 new cohorts by March 2017 with an additional 20 families. In addition, the project plans to expand to new neighborhoods by the end of the year.

  1. Identify
  2. Develop
  3. Implement
  4. Objective Met

 

STATUS JUNE 2017:
No update.

  1. Identify
  2. Develop
  3. Implement
  4. Objective Met

 

STATUS SEPTEMBER 2017:
The Northwest Project will expand to its fourth neighborhood, Heart of the Westside, in September. The new locations is at York Elementary. The neighborhood president is a previous Northwest Project participant and she will help facilitate in the new neighborhood. Up to 15 new families will be selected for the first Heart of the Westside cohort.
Robberson and Woodland Heights neighborhoods celebrated their first cohort graduations in August.

  1. Identify
  2. Develop
  3. Implement
  4. Objective Met

 

STATUS DECEMBER 2017:
The Northwest Project has expanded to four locations, Grant Beach, Woodland Heights, Robberson and Heart of the Westside neighborhoods. Fifty graduates have completed a 16 week program and there has been a 100% increase in employment of participants.

  1. Identify
  2. Develop
  3. Implement
  4. Objective Met