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                        Community-Based Care
                  Community Alliance Resource Handbook
                         Version 1.0    12/2000




                     EXAMPLES OF
         VISION/MISSION STATEMENTS:
                   SARASOTA COUNTY
                HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY
           WRAPAROUND MILWAUKEE and
           DAWN PROJECT, INDIANAPOLIS
                           INDIANA




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                           Community-Based Care
                     Community Alliance Resource Handbook
                            Version 1.0    12/2000
                  COMMUNITY BASED CARE
                   IN SARASOTA COUNTY


 COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIP FOR COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES


Mission

This coalition of community based agencies provides comprehensive
services to children and families needing services due to abuse
and/or neglect through a collaborative effort that unites our resources,
holds all parties accountable to specific standards of care, evaluates
performance and distribution of resources based upon specific and
measurable outcomes, holds permanency of the child's living
arrangement and the continuity of relationships for the child as the
primary goals, and provides these services through an inclusive and
informative relationship with the community and with the state.




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  HILLSBOROUGH KIDS, INC. CONCEPTUAL SYSTEM OF
                                    CARE


Mission

Our mission mandates that we oversee and coordinate a system of care
assuring the safety and permanency of Hillsborough County children and
families whom are now, or have been, at risk of abuse or neglect.

Targeted Population

As our mission states, HKI seeks to serve children and families who have
experienced child abuse and/or neglect. We also work with those who, as
defined in Chapter 39 of the Florida Statutes, are at risk of abuse or neglect.
Our designed system includes multiple entry points for community
members. These entry points seek to serve families; make referrals; and
quickly access resources, services and supports.




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                             Version 1.0    12/2000

Wraparound Milwaukee Vision

The Vision of Wraparound Milwaukee is to support, strengthen and
empower families and children so they may live happier, healthier and
productive lives safely in a community without prejudice or discrimination,
and to encourage hope, self-worth and the ability to reach their dreams.



Wraparound Milwaukee Mission


•   Promote collaboration among the Child Welfare, Juvenile Justice,
    Mental Health and School systems in equal partnership with families.
•   Provide individualized and comprehensive care to families in the
    community in which they live.
•   To be equal partners with families at all levels of decision-making
    concerning the design, development and implementation of
    Wraparound Milwaukee.
•   Promote cultural competency and cultural diversity in the creation and
    provision of mental health services.
•   Create and provide cost effective community-based alternatives to
    residential treatment and psychiatric hospitalization.
•   Continuously improve the quality of Wraparound Milwaukee by
    evaluating outcomes and promoting change.




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                     Community Alliance Resource Handbook
                            Version 1.0    12/2000




            MISSION STATEMENT
The mission of The Dawn Project is to provide new and improved
levels of help and assistance to children with serious emotional
disturbances and their families. This mission is founded in the belief
that children and their families are remarkably resilient and capable of
positive development when provided with community centered
support, truly defined by what is in the best interest of the child.

                        GUIDING PRINCIPLES
 People best develop by remaining with their families or being
  supported by them.
 The definition of “family” is varied: each family has its own special
  qualities.
 Most families have the potential and the desire to change.
 The dignity and right to privacy of all family members must be
  respected.
 Family members themselves are crucial partners in the helping
  process.
 Services and supports must be individualized.
 Services must be unconditional: services may change, the
  commitment to make a workable plan will not.
 Results must be measured.
 Plans must consider the best mix of community and family
  resources as well as formal services.
 Services should be developmentally appropriate and fit the needs
  of the child.
 Planning and services must be timely and action-oriented.
   Agency funding must be flexible to the needs of the family.




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