How Do We Dismantle The Cycle of Poverty?
At this moment, in the tri-county region, 51,419 of your neighbors, friends, co-workers, and family members are economically insecure.
To better connect our community conditions with the services and supports necessary to disrupt and permanently break the cycle of poverty in our region, we have developed a local Theory of Change.
The four primary pillars of interventions:
By focusing on these four pillars, with performance management, outcomes, transparency, and advocacy at our core, we believe the following outcomes will be achieved:
- Children become lifelong learners.
- Adults are equipped with the skills to be successful parents.
- People earn enough to support their families.
- People live in the community of their choice.
- People have the resources they need.
- People have the social capital and skills to advocate for themselves.