Consensus Building for a Consumer Operated Service Program in East Hartford, CT

Introduction

Project Goals

Funding

Mary Ellen Copeland, consultant

Brian McCorkle, Evaluation Director

presentation: How Do We Promote The 'Action' in Community Action Grant?

FUNDING

The federal funds available to develop these programs are provided in two phases. Phase One funds allow for a one-year community consensus building process to obtain community commitment to the program and to develop an implementation plan. Phase Two funds provide for implementation of the program.

We have been awarded Phase One funds. During Phase One, we will solicit participation of community agencies, organizations and individuals during the consensus building process to develop this program. We would ask each agency, organization and individual to determine how best they can participate in the consensus and development process to meet the goals of this project.

 

revised 11/1/2001
mccorkle@bu.edu

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