Leadership Minutes – August 2013
Last Month’s Community Presentations – Rise Sister Rise, Comprehensive Neighborhood Initiative
A discussion was held on how this information could be used. Members felt that it was good information for their individual agencies and several had ideas. UAV served as the vehicle for bringing the information to the membership.
Neighborhoods Council – Completing their survey of neighborhood assets. Checking on programs (what, when, where, how much, etc.) which will be shared at the All Council Meeting.
Community Awareness Council – Working on a “Be the Hope” mailing to faith based organizations, Announced that banners featuring the 12 messages were ready to loan. Call Sheila Hood to reserve the banner.
Parent & Family Success – Working on reorganizing council. Will be doing a survey to obtain information about providers that serve parents and families.
Youth Prevention & Intervention – Report on Second Step – Fabulous outcomes! There is enough money left to repeat the program this fall.
Funding- Reviewing the Logic Model to see what activities might need funding.
Young Adult Council – Working on their marketing/distribution plan for the ActKnowledge Brochure. Have been distributing to area law enforcement and others who have requested brochures. Will be holding a focus group with the elderly at Wesley Center.
September All Council’s Meeting Design – Members felt that it was important to continue networking to find out what others do. They would like us to announce (via writing) what goals have been met. A small group will meet following the meeting to finalize the plans for All Council meeting.
- Freedom Schools
- Block parties
- Back to School Sunday (book bags/supplies/uniforms)
- Candidate night
- No bullying-Dr. Kovach coming-9/16/13
- Regional Model-reading K-3
- Free Family days (parent university series)
- Talk to Superintendent
- Back to school sessions (info, give aways, etc.)
- Parent recognition
Family Services report:
- 8/27/13 Understanding deaf culture (protocol and policy development; safety and talking about measures
- 1st part September-working with United Way and similar partner agencies, training with non-profits
- Thank you to UAV for book bags donated to camp participants
- Invitation to Council to volunteer with Urban Nights-9/20/13. Can also set up a table, must be interactive and geared toward youth
- International Dayton of Peace being incorporated into the calendar
Mont. Co. Health Dept report:
- 8/6/13 National Night Out Against Crime had 200 people in the park with many organizations participating. Health screening, games, etc. offered
- 10-4-13 will be community health fair at the House of Bread. Health screening will be included and follow up can be with the nurses or with the House of Bread. Catholic Social Services will be included this year.
- Went through requests for proposals in the spring-3 awarded, 2-Good Samaritan Behavior Health, working with opiate overdoses. 9/1/13 will help wean clients using suboxone. The second will be a gap for detox services. The last is a planning grant-Children Matter-a therapeutic team wrapped around children in foster care. It will allow a child advocate to follow the children as they move from foster home to foster home.
- Child therapy for children on domestic violence-has had a 30% cut in the grant-need funding
- 9/4/13 Girls Gone Riding-bicycle event for girls-need volunteers
Catholic Social Services report:
- 11/8/13 full day of training on worship safety in the faith community
- Will also look at disaster preparedness-brochures will be available
Community Health Centers of Dayton report:
- Grand opening for 2 new centers (Southview and Alex Bell)
- All Public Health Clinics are undergoing name to centers
- Have 4 new pediatricians and their schedules are blank-need patients
- Has office opening offering professional development communities and other human services. They have graduate students who need to volunteer their time for coursework. They can partner with them-email email@example.com for information