Comprehensive Youth & Family Resources Categories & General Indicators Adult Children's Children's Care & Safety Community Relations Education/Employment Education/Development * Employed or not * Access to quality child * Age-appropriate * Knowledge of and access * Presence or absence of care/after school development -physical, to community resources career goals, programming cognitive, emotional * Participation in the appropriateness of goals. * Ability to afford child * Age appropriate community (i.e. school, * Level of education, job care/after school behavior; social skills church, clubs, etc.) skills; work history programming * Verbal communication * Social conditions in the * Employment in field of * Assure safe environment * Parents value child's neighborhood choice education * Ability to communicate * Income, hours, benefits * Parent/child interaction with others * School behavior; * Type of relationship with attendance and readiness family, friends and to learn neighborhood Family Relations Finances Food/Clothing Health/Safety * Family health * Income level in context * Ability to afford * Environmental * Ability to resolve conflict of local cost of living adequate food and conditions * Interfamily * Long and short-term clothing * Health habits communication skills financial goals * Quality of diet; * Access to health * Parenting skills * Budgeting skills and adequacy of clothing resources * Extended family financial discipline * Nutritional value of * Status of physical health relationships * Knowledge and meals * Ability to afford health understanding of financial * Conditions of food care institutions and resources preparation resources (utensils, space, appliances, sanitation) Immigration/ Social & Emotional Transportation/ Shelter Resettlement Health & Competence Mobility * Immigration status * Security of housing over * Quality of social support * Access to transportation * Language skills based on time system based on level of need needs * Safety of housing * Presence, degree of * Safety, condition of * Maintaining cultural * Stability of housing over substance abuse transportation identity time * Sense of personal Legal status of driver, * Condition of housing responsibility vehicle (license, insurance, Parent/Child * Income and resources * Ability and willingness to etc.) Relationships for housing identify needs and access * Age and resources developmentally * Quality of mental health appropriate * Nurturing * Discipline * Interactions / Enrichment Source: For information about the Matrix, please visit our ICCS website: http://iccs.csumb.edu or contact Jerry Endres (831) 582- 3624 or email: email@example.com Mr. Endres is the Community Director for the Institute for Community Collaborative Studies at California State University Monterey Bay.
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