Santa Monica Cradle To Career Making A Difference Together

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Collective ImpactSanta Monica Cradle to CareerMaking a Difference TogetherCHILD AND YOUTH RESOURCE

Presenters: Ana G. Jara, MPP- Santa Monica PoliceDepartmentAngel Villasenor, MA- AnalystElizabeth Scharetg, MSW- SeniorAnalystIvy Chang, LCSW- Senior AnalystSabrina Fields, MSW- Program ManagerYouth Resource TeamShuli Lotan, LCSW- School DistrictMental Health

Objectives: Introduce: Santa Monica Cradleto Career Define: Collective Impact Overview: Child and YouthResource Teams Answer: How does this connectto mental health?

Snapshot: Demographics21%24 years andyoungerTotal: 93,295www.santamonicacradletocareer.org4.7 %0-57.3%5-149.1%15-24

Snapshot: Demographics (cont.)

Snapshot: DemographicsThe statistics alone paint an incomplete picture ofSanta Monica in terms of youth diversity and the needfor a coordinated network of

History: SMC2C Key

History: SMC2C Key EventsSanta Monica parents, youthadvocates and activists werekey in pushing the City,SMMUSD and others to developSanta Monica Cradle to

SMC2C: Our CommitmentSanta Monica Cradle to Career (SMC2C) isa collective impact initiative consisting ofthe City of Santa Monica, Santa MonicaCollege (SMC), Santa Monica-MalibuUnified School District (SMMIUSD), serviceproviders, and community stakeholders/advocates working together to develop acontinuum of services and opportunities toensure children and youth thrive from birthto

Theory of Change: Collective Impact21*Collective Impact

Data Collection & Key Goal AreasYouth Wellbeing Report Card Disaggregated Data Collection and Analysis2012-currentHumanizing the

School District InitiativesLCAPCommunitySchool ModelRestorativeJusticeState Funding: The LCAP is a three-year plan that describes the goals, actions,services, and expenditures to support positive student outcomes that addressstate and local priorities. The LCAP provides an opportunity for localeducational agencies (LEAs) to share their stories of how, what, and whyprograms and services are selected to meet their local needs.Initiative areas of focus: increasing graduation rates decreasing chronic absenteeism and dropout rates reducing suspensions increasing family engagementRestorative Justice focuses on alternatives to suspensions and otherpunitive actions Some of the alternatives are conflict circles and otherdiscussion

Development of the Childand Youth Resource Teams SMC2C identified a service gap forthe City’s most vulnerable youth andfamilies Advocacy to City Council for funds toprovide case management servicesfor older youth (15-24) 300,000/year through the City’sHuman Services Grants

Road Map for Building Child and Youth Resource Teams Community demand for social servicefunding Commitment by the City to fund supportservices for youth and families Identified lead organization(s) that willprovide direct youth support City mandated collaboration for HumanServices Division grantees Multi-disciplinary collaborative meetings Clear target outcome

Development of the Childand Youth Resource TeamsConduct AssessmentDevelop Comprehensive InterventionPlanReferral &

Child and Youth Resource Teams Collective Impact- Case managementmeetings Functions through the support of schooldistrict community college, communitybased organizations Link to mental health Scale: Expansion to cover more age groupsMiddle School Support Team (ages 10-14)and Early Childhood Wellbeing Project (05). Funding increase to a total of 700,

Collective Impact Systems Change Strengthened network of care for the mostvulnerable youth and families Human Resources/hiring practices Instituted Youth Diversion Program Advocated and reformed SMMUSDSubstance Use Policy Student groups- SWAG, Mecha, Immersed in SMMUSD’s Student SupportServices as partners Website, report

Inexplicit objective to create systemic equity? Demographics of CYRT programming: Program serves majority youth and familiesof color (90% program participants). This is not explicitly identified in the programplans or in the theory of change, yet is a priority for staff and funders. Demographics of SMMUSD student body vs. thedemographics of the City. How are collective impact models designed?Power dynamics, self- determination?

Considerations Challenges of Collective Impact The role of community The role of leadership Impacting systems change Upward, and onward the work continues

THANK YOU!Q&AContact Us:www.santamonicacradletocareer.orgCity of Santa Monica Human Services Division: 310-458-8701Santa Monica/Malibu Unified School District: 310-450-8338St. Joseph Center Youth Resource Team: 310-458-8718City of Santa Monica Police Department:

Santa Monica Cradle to Career (SMC2C) is a collective impact initiative consisting of the City of Santa Monica, Santa Monica College (SMC), Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District (SMMIUSD), service providers, and community stakeholders/ advocates working together to develop a continuum of services and opportunities to

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