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					Goal ID   Goal Description
  1       Low Income People Become More Self Sufficient
  2       The Conditions in Which Low-income People Live are improved
  3       Low-Income People Own a Stake in Their Community (Manual Entry)
  4       Expanding Opportunities through Community-Wide Partnerships (Manual Entry)

  5       Agencies Increase Their Capacity to Achieve Results (Manual Entry)
  6       Low-Income People, Especially Vulnerable Pop, Achieve Their Potential by
          Strengthening Family
  7       GOAL 7: The Number of Low-Income People given referrals
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Measures (12)        12
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Measures (8)         8
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Measures (132)     132
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1. Number of individuals who retain their jobs for 90 days or more (NPI 1.1)
The number of households experiencing an increase in annual income as a result of earnings. (NPI 1.1)
The number of participants with increased job skills. (NPI 1.2)
The number of households with increased buying power. (NPI 1.3)
The number of families at risk retaining stabilized housing for 3 or more months. (NPI 1.2)
The number of people progressing towards literacy and/or GED. (NPI 1.2)
The number of customers meeting requirements under NACARA who file for permanent residency
The number of people progressing towards post secondary degree or vocational training
10. The number of low-income households prepared for homeownership through homebuyer education and
financial literacy training. (NPI 1.3)
11. The number of people who have earned a high school diploma. (NPI 1.2)
12. The number of individuals who obtained health care services in order to support family stability needed to
gain or retain employment (NPI 1.2)
13. The number of households benefitting from energy discouts. (NPI 1.3)
14. Increase in access to community services and resources by low-income people. (NPI 2.1)
15. Number of youth receiving scholarships for higher education. (NPI 1.2)
16. Number of individuals unemployed who obtain jobs (NPI 1.1)
17. Number of individuals who retain jobs for 30 or more days (NPI 1.1)
18. The number of households in which adult members obtained and maintained employment for at least 60
19. The number of households experiencing an increase in annual income as result of earning within 30 days
20. The number of households experiencing an increase in annual income as a result of earnings within 60 days.
21. The number of households experiencing an increase in annual income as a result of earnings with 90 days
22. The number of participants completing work experience/internship (NPI 1.2)
23. The number of people completing ABE/GED and receiving a certificate or diploma (NPI 1.2)
24. The number of families at risk retaining stablized housing for 30 days or more (NPI 1.2)
25. The numer of families at risk retaining stabilized housing for 60 days or more (NPI 1.2)
26. The number of families at risk retaining stabilized housing for 90 days or more (NPI 1.2)
27. The number of families progressing toward self-sufficieny for at least 30 days (NPI 1.2)
28. The number of families progressing toward self-sufficiency for at least 60 days (NPI 1.2)
29. The number of families progressing toward self-sufficiency for at least 90 days(NPI 1.2)
30. Number of individuals unemployed and obtained a fulltime job (NPI 1.1)
31. Number of individuals unemployed and obtained fulltime job with benefits (NPI 1.1)
32. Number of individuals who maintained their fulltime employment 30 days (NPI 1.1)
33. Number of Individuals who maintained their fulltime employment 60 days (NPI 1.1)
34. Number of individuals who maintained their fulltime employment 90 days (NPI 1.1)
35. Number of individuals unemployed and obtained a part-time job (NPI 1.1)
36. Number of individuals who maintained their part-time employment 30 days (NPI 1.1)
37. Number of individuals who maintained their part-time employment 60 days (NPI 1.1)
38. Number of individuals who maintained their part-time employment 90 days (NPI 1.1)
39. Number of individuals who complete enrollment requirements for vocational training (NPI 1.2)
40. Number of individuals enrolled in vocational skills training attendance (NPI 1.2)
41. Number of individuals enrolled in vocational skills training who completes training with certificate 1 to 30
42. Number of individuals retaking vocational skills training for retesting (NPI 1.2)
43. Number of individuals enrolled in vocational skills training tested demonstrating vocational proficiency (NPI
44. Number of individuals enrolled in vocational skills training who completes training with certificate 31+ class
45. Number of individuals who complete ABE/GEDEDP/ESL enrollment requirements (NPI 1.2)
46. Number of individuals enrolled in ABE/GED/EDP/ESL who attend classes (NPI 1.2)
47. Number of individuals enrolled in ABE/GED Monitoring/Attends 60 days (NPI 1.2)
48. Number of individuals enrolled in ABE/GED Monitoring/Attends 90 days (NPI 1.2)
49. Number of individuals enrolled who advance 1 or more grade/ESL progressions (NPI 1.2)
50. Number of individuals who obtains GED or diploma (NPI 1.2)
51. Number of parents enrolling children in "before" or "after" school programs to order to acquire or maintain
employment (NPI 1.2)
52. Number of individuals who obtain transportation for jobs, education, or housing (NPI 1.2)
53. Number of individuals provided "Education" related transportation (NPI 1.2)
54. Number of individuals provided "Housing" related transportation (NPI 1.2)
55. Number of individuals referred for health care (NPI 1.2)
56. Number of individuals referred for health care "treated" (NPI 1.2)
57. Number of individuals receiving "comprehensive" homeownership/loan assistance counseling (NPI 1.2)
58. Number of individuals counseled on homeownership/loan assistance "purchasing" home (NPI 1.2)
59. Number of individuals who bring mortgages current. (NPI 1.2)
60. Number of individuals who eliminate rental debt & threat of eviction (NPI 1.2)
61. Number of individuals placed in transitional housing (NPI 1.2)
62. Number of individuals placed in a shelter (NPI 1.2)
63. Number of individuals placed in subsidized housing (NPI 1.2)
64. Number of individuals placed in alternative housing (NPI 1.2)
65. Number of individuals placed in public housing (NPI 1.2)
66. Number of individuals placed in private housing (NPI 1.2)
67. Number of individuals housing status stablized 30 days (NPI 1.2)
68. Number of individuals housing status stablized 60 days (NPI 1.2)
69. Number of individuals who retain stablized housing 90 or more days (NPI 1.2)
70. Number of individuals housing status stabilized 120 days (NPI 1.2)
71. Number of individuals "developing" a Case Management Service Plan (NPI 1.2)
72. Number of individuals "initiating" a Case Management Service Plan (NPI 1.2)
73. Number of individuals "attaining" Case Management Service Plan Goals - 30 days (NPI 1.2)
74. Number of individuals "attaining" Case Management Service Plan Goals - 60 days (NPI 1.2)
75. Number of individuals "attaining" Case Management Service Plan Goals - 90 days (NPI 1.2)
76. Number of individuals "attaining" Case Management Service Plan Goals -120 days/thriving (NPI 1.2)
77. Number of individuals receiving tax counseling and/or participating in tax education workshops (NPI 1.3)
78. Number of individuals receiving tax preparation assistance (NPI 1.3)
79. Number of individuals who increase annual savings through tax credits (NPI 1.3)
80. Number of individuals with tax credit amounts identified of $75 - $500 (NPI 1.3)
81. Number of individuals with tax credit amounts of $100 - $199 (NPI 1.3)
82. Number of individuals with tax credits amounts identified of $200 - $299 (NPI 1.3)
83. Number of individuals with tax credit amounts identified of $501 or more (NPI 1.3)
84. Number of individuals assisted with IRS tax disputes (NPI 1.3)
85. Number of individuals assisted with IRS tax disputes achieving successful resolution (NPI 1.3)
86. Number of individuals referred to telephone and energy discount programs (NPI 1.3)
87. Number of individuals referred to discount telephone & energy programs who completed applications (NPI
88. Number of individuals who increase savings through energy & telephone discounts (NPI 1.3)
89. Number of individuals in Utility Discount Programs with "annual" savings of $100 - $500 (NPI 1.3)
90. Number of individuals in Utility Discount Programs with "annual" savings of $50 - $99 (NPI 1.3)
91. Number of individuals in Utility Discount Programs with "annual" savings of $100 - $149 (NPI 1.3)
92. Number of individuals in Utility Discount Programs with "annual" savings of $501 or more (NPI 1.3)
93. Number of individuals who obtain food assistance for Employment Stability (NPI 1.2)
94. Number of individuals in "Project SHARE"/Gleaning with "annual" savings of $1 -$99 (NPI 1.3)
95. Number of individuals in "Project SHARE"/Gleaning with "annual" savings of $100 - $199 (NPI 1.3)
96. Number of individuals in "Project SHARE"/Gleaning with "annual"savings of $200 - $299 (NPI 1.3)
97. Number of individuals in "Project SHARE"/Gleaning with "annual" saving of $300 or more (NPI 1.3)
98. Number of individuals receiving household budget counseling (NPI 1.3)
99. Number of individuals receiving household budget counseling setting-up a budget plan (NPI 1.3)
100. Number of individuals with budget plan demonstrating ability to maintain budget for 30 days (NPI 1.3)
101. Number of individuals with budget plan demonstrating ability to maintain budget for 60 days (NPI 1.3)
102. Number of individuals with budget plans who experience increases in annual savings by managing
household income & resources for 90 days (NPI 1.3)
103. Number of individuals with savings of $50 to $100 after 90 days (NPI 1.3)
104. Number of individuals with budget plan with "annual" savings of $100 - $199 (NPI 1.3)
105. Number of individuals with budget plan with "annual" savings of $200 - $299 (NPI 1.3)
106. Number of individuals with savings of $101 to $500 after 90 days (NPI 1.3)
107. Number of individuals who open and maintain an IDA or saving accounts (NPI 1.3)
108. Number of individuals opening IDAs/Savings Accounts achieving "annual" savings of $100 - $500 (NPI 1.3)
109. Number of individuals opening IDA's/Savings Account achieving "annual" savings of $100 - $199 NPI 1.3)
110. Number of individuals opening IDA's/Saving Accounts achieving "annual" savings of $200 - $299 (NPI 1.3)
111. Number of individuals opening IDA's/Savings Accounts achieving "annual" savings of $501 or more (NPI 1.3)
112. Number of individuals opening a small business as a result of IDA's/Saving Accounts (NPI 1.3)
113. Number of individuals pursuing post-secondary education as a result of IDs/Saving Accounts (NPI 1.3)
114. Number of individuals purchasing a home as a result of IDAs/Saving Accounts (NPI 1.3)
115. Number of individuals receiving comprehensive counseling in a structured program for Post-Secondary
116. Number of youth receiving scholarships for higher education (NPI 1.2)
117. Number enrolled in Post Secondary Education (NPI 1.2)
118. Number enrolled in Post Secondary Education who attended 3 months [60% of the time] (NPI 1.2)
119. Number enrolled Post Secondary Education who attended 3-6 months [60% of the time] (NPI 1.2)
120. Number enrolled in Post Secondary Education who attend 6-12 months [60% of the time] (NPI 1.2)
121. Number who achieve Certificate or Degree (NPI 1.2)
122 Number of working parents with children placed in child/dependent care in order to maintain employment
123. Number of working parents with children placed in "before" or "after" school programs in order to maintain
employment(NPI 1.2)
124. Number of individuals "attaining" Case Management goals - 180 days/thriving (NPI 1.2)
125. Number of individuals who demonstrate Job Readiness Skills (NPI 1.2)
126 Number of individuals who obtain reverse mortgages & remain in their home (NPI 1.2)
127 Number of individuals who obtain safer and more stablized housing (NPI 1.2)
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129. Number of individuals who complete the Economic Security Assessment
130. Number individuals who are "in Crisis"
131. Number of individuals who moved from "in Crisis" to "at Risk"
132. Number of individuals who are "at Risk"
133. Number of individuals who moved from "At Risk" to "Stable"
134. Number of individuals who are "Stable"
135. Number of individuals who moved from "Stable" to "Thriving"
136. Number of individuals who are "Thriving"
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The number of households with increased knowledge of drug abuse.
The number of households in crisis whose emergency needs are ameliorated. (NPI 6.2)
The number of participants who are eating healthier since participating in one or more nutrition activity. (NPI
The number of participants who report improvement in their physical health. (NPI 6.2)
The number of aged households maintaining an independent living situation. (NPI 6.1)
The number of disabled or mentally challenged persons maintaining an independent living situation. (NPI 6.1)
The number of high consumption households realizing a reduction in energy burden. (NPI 2.1)
The number of participants reporting that they are safer and more comfortable following home repairs.
The number of households in which there has been an increase in donation of time to volunteer activities.
10. The number of households in which there has been an increase in children's involvement in extracurricular
11. The number of people empowered to make informed decisions about inter-personal relationships and level
of sexual activity. (NPI 6.3)
12. The number of people with increased skills for parenting or other life skills. (NPI 6.3)
13. The number of youth progressing toward the development of life, education, and job training skills. (NPI 6.3)
14. The number of households moving from cultural isolation to involvement with their cultural community
15. The number of people who completed high school
16. Increase in the number of mothers to be and mothers accessing nutrition assistance, pre-natal/post-natal
health care/parenting classes (NPI 6.3)
17. The number of homeless individuals/families fostered by day shelter services. (NPI 6.2)
18. The number of people with increased knowledge of oral health and decreased dental disease. (NPI 6.2)
19. The number of children participating in preschool activities to develop school readiness skills. (NPI 6.3)
20. Number of high consumption households processed for energy relief (NPI 6.2)
21. The number of infants & children whose health and physcial development have improved as a result of
adequate nutrition (NPI 6.3)
22. The number of children who particpated in pre-school activities who are developmentally ready to enter
kindergarten or 1st grade. (NPI 6.3)
23. The number of infants and children obtaining age appropriate immuninization, medical and dental services
24. Number of "initiatives" created or retained in community resulting in accessible "living wage" jobs created or
retained (NPI 2.1)
25. Number of "living wage jobs" created or retained by the job initiatives (NPI 2.1)
26. Number of "initiatives" in the community creating safe & affordable housing (NPI 2.1)
27. Number of "housing units created" by housing initiatives (NPI 2.1)
28. Number of "initiatives," that targets preservation or improvement of housing units by construction,
weatherization or rehabilitation (NPI 2.1)
29. Number of "housing units" preserved or improved through construction, weatherization or rehabilitation
30. Number of "initiatives" creating or maintaining accessible & affordable health care services/facilities for low-
income families (NPI 2.1)
31. Number of "additional individuals receiving health care" from initiatives that created or maintained
accessible & affordable health care (NPI 2.1)
32. Number of "initiatives" creating, accessible, safe & affordable child care or child development placement for
low-income families (NPI 2.1)
33. Number of "day care slots" created as a result of child care/development initiatives (NPI 2.1)
34. Number of "initiatives" creating/maintaining accessible & affordable "Before" & "After" School program
placement opportunities (NPI 2.1)
35. Number of "additional youth served" as a result of accessible and affordable "Before" & "After" School
programs for low-income families (NPI 2.1)
36. Number of "initiatives" for accessible new, preserved, or expanded transportation resources available
including public/private trans (NPI 2.1)
37. Number of low-income "individuals" benefitting from transportation initiatives (NPI 2.1)
38. Number of initiatives to preserve/increase educational/training placement opportunities (vocational,
literacy, life skills, ABE/GED) (NPI 2.1)
39. Number of "individuals" to benefit from increased or perserved educational and training placement
opportunities for low-income people (NPI 2.1)
40.Number of "initiatives" that increases community assets because of change in law, regulation/policy resulting
in improved quality of life (NPI 2.2)
41. Number of "units" resulting from quality of life assets (NPI 2.2)
42. Number of "initiatives" to increase the availability or preservation of community service facilities (NPI 2.2)
43. Number of "individuals" to benefit from availability or preservation of community services facilities (NPI 2.2)
44. Number of "initiatives" to increase the availability or preservation of community services to improve public
health & safety (NPI 2.2)
45. Number of "individuals" to benefit from increased or improved public health and safety services (NPI 2.2)
46. Number of "initiatives" to increase the availability or preservation of commercial services within low-income
neighborhoods (NPI 2.2)
47. Number of "individuals" to benefit from increased or preservation of commerical services (NPI 2.2)
48. Number of "initiatives" to increase or preserve neighborhood quality-of-life resources (NPI 2.2)
49. Number of "individuals" expected to benefit from new or improved quality of life improvement projects (NPI
50. Number of initiatives for planning new or expanding public/private housing resources (NPI 2.1)
51. Number of "families" expected to benefit from housing initiatives (NPI 2.1)




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The number of accessible, living wage jobs created and/or retained
The increase in access to community services and resources by low-income people
3. The number of accessible & affordable health care services/facilities for low-income people created or
5. The increase in the availability or preservation of community services facilities (NPI 2.2)
6. The number of accessible and affordable children or child development placement opportunties for low-
income families created or maintained
7. CIVIC INVESTMENT - Number of volunteers (NPI 3.1)
8. CIVIC INVESTMENT - Number of hours volunteered to community action (NPI 3.1)
9. CIVIC INVESTMENT - Volunteers service dollar equivalancy
10. Number of low-income people participating in formal community meetings that provide input to decision
making & policy setting (NPI 3.2)
11. Number of low-income people aquiring businesses in their community as a result of community action
12. Number of low-income people purchasing their own homes in their community as a result fo Community
Action assistance (NPI 3.2)
13. Number of meetings at which low-income people engage in non-governance community activities or groups
created or supported by CAP (NPI 3.2)
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1. Increased level of participation of low-income people in advocacy &intervention activities regarding funding,
policies, oversight, etc. (NPI 2.2)
Amount of "community investment" brought into the community by the network and targeted to low-income
The number of households owning or actively participating in the management of their housing
4. The number of households in which there has been an increase in donation of time to volunteer activities.
5. Number of low-income people participating in formal community organizations, boards, etc. that input into
decision-making & policy setting NPI 3.2
6. Number of organizations community action agencies work with to promote family and community outcomes
7. Number of partnerships established/maintained w/other pub/private entities that ensure service delivery
systems meet ethnic/cultural needs NPI 4.1
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1. The number of partnerships established and/or maintained w/private & public entities to mobilize & leverage
resources for services (NPI 4.1)
2. Number of partnerships established/maintained w/other pub/private entities that ensure service delivery
systems meet ethnic/cultural needs NPI 4.1
4. The number of persons with cases tried and in compliance with TPC standards verses persons surrendered for
5. Amount of CSBG funding (NPI 5.1)
6. Amount mobilized from Non-CSBG Federal Programs (NPI 5.1)
7. Amount mobilized from State programs (NPI 5.1)
8. Amount mobilized from Private sources (Foundations,Individuals, goods donated) (NPI 5.1)
9. Amount mobilized by valuing volunteer time at Federal Minimum Wage of $5.85 p/h (NPI 5.1)
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Number of programs which have become more effective as a result of research & data. (NPI 5.1)
The increase in community revitalization as a result of programs
3. Total dollars leveraged by the agency (NPI 5.1)
4. The number of families having their situation improved as a result of comprehensive case management
5. The number of people showing improvement as a result of programs aimed at the special population
7. The number of programs that have become more effective a result of needs assessments surveys
8. The number of programs achieving successful implementation as a result of supplemental funding from CSBG
9. Number of seniors receiving Case Management (NPI 6.1)
10. Number of seniors receiving comprehensive assessments (NPI 6.1)
11. Number of seniors receiving congregate meals (NPI 6.1)
12. Number of seniors receiving counseling (NPI 6.1)
13. Number of seniors receiving health promotion (NPI 6.1)
14. Number of seniors receiving Home Delivered Meals (HDM) (NPI 6.1)
15. Number of seniors receiving HDM (Transportation) (NPI 6.1)
16. Number of seniors receiving HDM (weekends) (NPI 6.1)
17. Number of seniors receiving HDM Transportation (weekends) (NPI 6.1)
18. Number of seniors receiving literacy training (NPI 6.1)
19. Number of seniors receiving nutrition counseling (NPI 6.1)
20. Number of seniors receiving Nutrition Education (NPI 6.1)
21. Number of seniors receiving recreation/socialization (NPI 6.1)
22. Number of seniors receiving recreation/socialization (Inspiration) (NPI 6.1)
23. Number of seniors receiving recreation/socialization (TV/Movies) (NPI 6.1)
24. Number of seniors receiving recreation/socialization (Games) (NPI 6.1)
25. Number of seniors receiving recreation/socialization (Exercise) NPI 6.1)
26. Number of seniors receiving recreation/socialization (Other Activities) (NPI 6.1)
27. Number of seniors receiving transportation (Medical) (NPI 6.1)
28. Number of seniors receiving transportation (Senior Day Care) (NPI 6.1)
29. Number of seniors receiving transportation (Multi-Purpose) (NPI 6.1)
30. Number of seniors served by Food Pantry (NPI 6.1)
31. Number of seniors receiving Supplemental Commondity Foods (NPI 6.1)
32. Number of individuals given emergency food (NPI 6.2)
33. Number of indivduals in crisis given cash payment for shelter, food, housing, fuel, etc. (NPI 6.2)
34. Number of individuals in crisis given vendor payments for emergency energy assistance (NPI 6.2)
35. Number of individuals in crisis receiving energy related home repairs (weatherization) (NPI 6.2)
36. Number of homeless provided temporary shelter (NPI 6.2)
37. Number of homeless provided Day Shelter Services (NPI 6.2)
38. Number of individuals provided medical/dental care (NPI 6.2)
39. Number of individuals provided protection from violence (NPI 6.2)
40. Number of individuals provided legal assistance (NPI 6.2)
41. Number of individuals in crisis provided transportation (NPI 6.2)
42. Number of individuals in crisis provided disaster relief (natural disasters/large scale accidents) (NPI 6.2)
43. Number of individuals provided clothing (NPI 6.2)
44. Number of infants & children obtaining age appropriate immunization, medical, and dental care (NPI 6.3)
45. Number of children who participate in pre-school activities to develop school readiness skills (NPI 6.3)
46. Number of children who participate in pre-school activities who are developmentally ready to enter
kindergarten or 1st grade (NPI 6.3)
47. Number of youth who improve physical health and development (NPI 6.3)
48. Number of youth who improve social/emotional development (NPI 6.3)
49. Number of youth who avoid risk-taking behavior for a defined period of time (NPI 6.3)
50. Number of youth who have reduced involvement with criminal justice system (NPI 6.3)
51. Number of youth increasing academic/athletic/artistic/social skills for school success through before/after
school & summer programs(NPI 6.3)
52. Number of parents/other adults learn and exhibit improved parenting skills (NPI 6.3)
53. Number of parents/other adults learn and exhibit improved family functioning skills (NPI 6.3)
54. Number of individuals receiving energy related mediation/crisis intervention (NPI 6.2)
55. Number of individuals participating in a disaster preparation workshop (NPI 6.2)
56. Number of individuals receiving household goods (NPI 6.2)
57. Number of seniors receiving recreation/socialization (field trips) (NPI 6.1)
58. Number of infants and children with improved health and physical development as a result of adequate
59. Number of seniors who volunteer as foster grandparents (NPI 6.1)
60. Number of benefit recipients trained in the use of and advantage of the Electronic Benefit Transfer Program
61. Number of individuals requesting Energy Emergency Support (NPI 6.2)
62. Number of new and/or renewed work authorizations granted (NPI 6.2)
63. Number of legal Permanent Resdency Applications processed (NPI 6.2)
64 Number of Individuals Interviewed at the Time of Intake
65. Number of Residents Receiving Support Services
66. Number of Residents Provided Property Pick-up and Storage
67. Number of Residents for Whom Copies of Birth Certificates Were Obtained
68. Number of Residents for Whom Income Taxes Were Prepared
69. Number of Ex-Offenders Receiving Re-Entry Support Services
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       42
       43
       44
       45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
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71
72
73
74
75
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78
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80
81
82
83
84
85
86
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90
91
92
 93
 94
 95
 96
 97
 98
 99
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
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109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
128
129
130
131
132
Measure Name
1. Number of individuals given Employment Referrals
2. Number of individuals given Job Referrals
3. Number of individuals given Vocational Training Referrals
4. Number of individuals given Educational Referrals
5. Number of individuals given GED Referrals
6. Number of individuals given Adult Basic Education (ABE) Referrals
7. Number of individual given "Before" & "After" School Programs Referrals
8. Number of individuals given Dependent Child Care Referrals
9. Number of individuals given Income Management Referrals
10. Number of individuals given Utility Rate Reduction Programs Referrals
11. Number of individuals given Housing Referrals
12. Number of individual given Emergency Services Referrals
13. Number of individuals given Emergency Cash Referrals
14. Number of individuals given Clothing Referrals
15. Number of individuals given Household Goods Referrals
16. Number of individuals given Food Referrals
17. Number of homeless given Temperary Shelter Referrals
18. Number of individuals given Protection from Violence Referrals
19. Number of individuals given Legal Services Referrals
20. Number of individuals given Emergency Transportation Referrals
21. Number of individuals given Nutrition Services Referrals
22. Number of individuals given Self-Sufficiency Referrals
23. Number of individuals given Health Care Referrals
24. Number of individuals given Post Secondary Education Referrals
25 Number of working parents with children given Child/Dependent Care Referrals in order to maintain
26 Number of working parents with children given "before" or "after" schoolcare Referrals(NPI 1.2)
27. Number of individuals given Energy Emergency Support Referrals
28. Number of individuals given Skills Training Referrals
29. Number of individuals given Passport to Work/In School/Summer Program Referrals
30. Employment Referral for Work Experience
31. Employment Referral to On-the-Training (OJT) Adults
32. Employment Referral to Job Search Workshop
33. Employment referral for Aptitude Testing
34. Employment Referral for Work Attire/Make-Over
35. Emoloyment referral for Flash Pass
36. Employment referral for Non-Driver's Identification
37. Employment referral for Birth Certificate
38. Employment referral for Police Clearance
39. Employment Referral for Driver/Security License
40. Employment Referral for Legal Services
41. Employment Referral for Immigration/Nationalization
42. Employment Referral for Passport
43. Employment Referral for Seminar/Workshop
44. Employment Referral to others
45. Number of individuals given Job Referrals
46 Education Referral for GED/EDP (Educational Development Program)
47. Education Referral for ABE (Adult Basic Education)
48. Education Referral for Literacy
49. Education Referral to Head Start/Early Head Start
50. Education Referral for Child Care
51. Education Referral for Birth Certificate
52. Eduation Referral for Flash Pass
53. Education Referral for Scholarship
54. Education Referral for English as a Second Language (ESL)
55. Education Referral for Seminar/Workshop
56. Education Referral for Other
57. Eduacation Referral to "Before" & "After" school programs for working parents
58. Education Referral for Depend Care for working parents
59. Education Referral to Secondary Education
60. Income Management Referral Financial Institutions (Bank, Cerdit Union, et.)
61. Income Management Referral to Credit Bureau
62. Income Management Referral to Social Security
63. Income Management Referral for TANF
64. Income Management Referral to Utility Rate Reduction Program
65. Income Management Referral for Weatherization Assistance
66. Income Management Referral to Seminar/Workshop
67. Income Management Referral to Group Shopping
68. Income Management Referral for General Public Assistance for Children
69
70. Housing Referral for Subsidized Housing
71. Housing Referral for Unsubsidized Housing
72. Housing Referral for Shelter
73. Housing Referral for Legal Services
74. Housing Referral for Birth Certicate
75. Housing Referral for Police Clearance
76. Housing Referral for Non-Driver's Identification
77. Housing Referral for Rent Payment
78. Housing Referral for Eviction Prevention Assistance
79. Housing Referral for Furniture Storage
80. Housing Referral Home Repair
81. Housing Referral to Seminar/Workshop
82. Housing Referral to Others
83. Housing Referral to Mortgage Company
84. Housing Referral to Home Purchase Assistance Program (HPAP)
85. Housing Referral to DC Office on Banking
86.Housing Referral to Financial Institutions
87. Housing Referral to Title Companies
88. Housing Referral to Realtors
89
90. Emergency Services Referral for Utility Payments
91. Emergency Services Referral for Rent Payments
92. Emergency Services Referral for Food Stamps
93. Emergency Services Referral Clothing
94. Emergency Services Referral for Household Furnishings
95. Emergency Services Referral for Food
96. Emergency Services Referral for Disaster Services Preparation (Workshop)
97. Emergency Services Referral for Other
98. Emergency Services Referral for Temporary Shelter
99. Emergency Services Referral for Victims of Violence
100. Emergency Services Referral for Legal Services
101. Emergency Services Referral for Emergency Transportation
102.Emergency Services Referral for Disaster Victums
103
104
105
106. Nutrition Referral for Food Stamps
107. Nutrition Referral for Food Vouchers
108. Nutrition Referral for Food
109. Nutrition Referral for Women, Infants & Children (WIC)
110. Nutrition Referral for Congregate Meals
111. Nutrition Referral for Home Delivered Meals
112. Nutrition Referral for Seminar/Workshop
113. Nutrition Referral for Gleaning
114. Nutrition Referral for Other
115. Linkage Referral for General Referral (TPC Only)
116. Linkage Referral for Legal Services (TPC Only)
117. Linkage Referral for Employment/Training/Education (TPC Only)
118
119
120. Case Management Referral for Employment or Training Services
121. Case Management Referral for Education Services
122. Case Management for Income Management Services
123. Case Management Referral for Housing Services
124. Case Management Referral for Emergency Services
125. Case Managment Referral for Nutrition Services
126. Case Management Referral for Health Services
127. Case Management Referral for Other Services
128
129
130. Health Referral for Health Care (General)
131. Health Referral for Medical Screening/Examinations
132. Medical Referral for Self-Help Meetings/Other Comprehensive Substance Abuse Programs
Code


 1101
 1102
 1103
 1104
 1105
 1106
 1107
 1108
 1109
 1110
 1111
 1112
 1113
 1114
 1115
 1116
 1117
 1118
 1200

 1201
 1310
 1320
 1330
 1331
 1332
 1333
 1334
 1335
 1336
 1337
 1340
 1341
 1342
 1343
 1344
 1345
 1346
 1350
 1360
 1410
 1411
 1420
 1421
1501
1610
1620
1621
1622
1623
1624
1625
1626
1627
1630
1710
1720

1730
1740
1910


2101
2102
2103
2104
2105
2106
2107
2108
2109
2110
2111
2112
2113
2114
2115
2200
2300


2320
2321
2322
2410
2411
2420
2510
2520
2530
2531
2550
2610
2611
2612
2613
2614
2615
2616
2620
2630
2631
2640
2641
2642
2643
2644
2645
2650
2651
2660
2661
2670
2710
2730
2740
2750
2751
2752
2760
2761
2762
2763
2770
2771
2780
2790
2791
2801
2803
2805
2807
2818
2819
2820
2821
2822
2823
2824
2825
2910



3110
3111
3112
3113
3114
3115
3116
3117
3118
3119
3120
3121
3122
3123
3124
3125
3126
3127
3128
3130
3140
3200
3201
3202
3203
3204
3205
3206
3207
3208
3310
3320
3321
3322
3323
3324
3325
3326
3327
3328
3330
3340
3410
3411
3412
3413
3414
3420
3430
3450
3460
3470
3501
3502
3600
3601
3602
3603
3604
3605
3606
3607
3811
3910


4101
4102
4103
4104
4105
4106
4107
4108
4109
4110
4111
4112
4113
4114
4115
4116
4117
4118
4119
4210
4211
4212
4213
4214
4215
4216
4217
4218
4219
4220
4221
4222
4230
4231
4232
4233
4234
4235
4236
4237
4310
4311
4330
4410
4500
4811
4812
4813
4814
4815
4816
4910


5101
5102
5103
5104
5105
5106
5107
5108
5109
5110
5111
5112
5113
5114
5210
5211
5220
5221
5222
5310
5311
5320
5321
5330
5331
5410
5420
5421
5422
5423
5424
5510
5511
5512
5513
5610
5611
5620
5621
5630
5640
5650
5660
5710
5720
5730
5810
5811
5812
5813
5814
5815
5816
5817
5818
5819
6001
6101
6102
6103
6104

6106
6107
6108
6109
6110
6200
6210
6211
6310
6311
6312
6320
6410
6411
6421
6422
6431
6432
6510
6520
6600
6611
6710
6720
6730
6731
6740
6750
6760
6810
6910


7000
7200
7201
7310
7410
7420
7500
7501
7502
7503
7504
7505
7510
7511
7600
7611
7700
7711
7810
7910
7920
7921
7922
7923
7924
7925
7926
7927
7928
7929
7930
7931
7932
7942
7943
7944


8000
8001
8002
8003
8004
8005
8006
8007
8008
8009
8010
8100
8101
8102
8103
8104
8105
8106
8107

8108
8109
8111
8112
8113
8114
8115
8116
8200
8201
8202
8203
8204
8205
8206
8209
8210
8300
8400


9009
9010
9020
9021
9100
9210
9220
9310
9410
9411
9420

9421
9510
9511
9512

9520

9530

9600
9700
9800
9811

9900
9910
Service Category

Employment Services
   1101 Referral - Skill Training
   1102 Referral - Passport to Work - In-School/Summer (Work Experience)
   1103 Referral - Work Experience/Internship
   1104 Referral -On-the-Job Training Program
   1105 Referral - Employment Workshop or Job Fair
   1106 Referral - Aptitude Testing
   1107 Referral - Work Attire/Make-Over
   1108 Referral - METRO Smart Card
   1109 Referral - Personal Identification (Non-Driver's Identification, Passport, etc.)
   1110 Referral - Birth Certificate
   1111 Referral - Police Clearance
   1112 Referral - Driver 's/ Commercial License
   1113 Referral - Legal Services
   1114 Referral - Immigration/Natrualization Issues
   1115 NO LONGER IN USE
   1116 NO LONGER IN USE
   1117 NO LONGER IN USE
   1118 Referral - Other
   1200 Job Readiness Counseling - Individual Counseling, Workshops, Job Search Activities, Resume Writing,
Interview Techniques, etc.
   1201 Job Ready - Has Been on 1 or More Job Interview
   1310 NO LONGER IN USE
   1320 Job Referral - Setting up Job Interviews and Giving Customers a CASA Generated Referral
   1330 F/T Job, No Benefits, 30+ Hrs. Per Week (Update Employment Info on Client Intake)
   1331 F/T Job Retained 30 Days
   1332 NO LONGER IN USE
   1333 F/TJob Retained 90 days
   1334 NO LONGER IN USE
   1335 NO LONGER IN USE
   1336 NO LONGER IN USE
   1337 Job With Benefits - F/T or P/T (Update Employment Info on Client Intake)
   1340 P/T Job - Less Than 30 Hrs. Per Week (Update Employment Info on Client Intake)
   1341 P/T Job Retained 30 Days
   1342 NO LONGER IN USE
   1343 P/T Job Retained 90 Days
   1344 NO LONGER IN USE
   1345 NO LONGER IN USE
   1346 NO LONGER IN USE
   1350 NO LONGER IN USE
   1360 NO LONGER IN USE
   1410 NO LONGER IN USE
   1411 NO LONGER IN USE
   1420 Work Experience/Internship
   1421 Work Experience/Internship Completed
  1501 Entreprenurial Projects(workshops, classes) Use service codes for Vocational Training
  1610 NO LONGER IN USE
  1620 Vocational Training Enrollment
  1621 Repeats Training Class
  1622 Vocational Training Completed with Certificate/Diploma (For Training 31 or More Class Days)
  1623 NO LONGER IN USE
  1624 NO LONGER IN USE
  1625 Vocational Training, Tested, Demonstrated Skills Proficiency (For training 31 or More Class Days)
  1626 Vocational Training - Class Attendance (USE CASA GROUP FORMAT)
  1627 Vocational Training Completed with Certificate/Diploma (for Classes 1 to 30 Class Days)
  1630 NO LONGER IN USE
  1710 NO LONGER IN USE

  1720 Ex-Offender Employment Program - Enrollment into Project Agency Operates to Assist Former Inmates
  1730 Transportation
  1740 Veterans Employment Program - Enrollment into Project Agency Operates to Assist Veterans
  1910 Outreach

Education Services
  2101 Referral - GED/EDP (General Education Diploma or External Development Program)
  2102 Referral - ABE (Adult Basic Education)
  2103 Referral - Literacy Program
  2104 Referral - Head Start/Early Child Development
  2105 Referral - Child Care
  2106 Referral - Birth Certificate
  2107 Referral - Metro Smart Card
  2108 Referral - Scholarship
  2109 Referral - English as a Second Language
  2110 Referral - Seminar/Workshop
  2111 Referral - Other
  2112 Referral - "Before" & "After" School Programs for Children of Working Parents
  2113 Referral - Care for Dependents of Working Parents
  2114 Referral - Secondary Education
  2115 Referral - Medicare/Medicaid
  2200 Counseling & Guidance to Clients About Their Educational Aspirations and Opportunties.
  2300 Public Education/Information - Educational Information Activities Conducted to Inform the General
Public About Problems and Solutions to Poverty in Their Communities (Participants Attending Meetings and
Forums to be Captured in the CASA Using Groups)
  2320 NO LONGER IN USE
  2321 NO LONGER IN USE
  2322 Field Trips - Educational Trips
  2410 NO LONGER IN USE
  2411 NO LONGER IN USE
  2420 NO LONGER IN USE
  2510 "Before" or "After" School Care for Children to Allow Parents to Work or Attend School
  2520 NO LONGER IN USE
  2530 Parenting Instruction - Class Attendance (USE CASA GROUP FORMAT)
2531 Parenting Instruction Completed
2550 Child/Dependent Care to Allow parents to Work or Attend School
2610 ABE/GED/EDP Enrollment
2611 NO LONGER IN USE
2612 ABE/GED/External Diploma - Certificate or Diploma
2613 ABE/GED/EDP - Advances 1 or More Grade Level
2614 NO LONGER IN USE
2615 NO LONGER IN USE
2616 ABE/GED/EDP - Class Attendance (USE CASA GROUP FORMAT)
2620 Substance Abuse Program - Class Attendance (USE CASA GROUP FORMAT)
2630 NO LONGER IN USE
2631 NO LONGER IN USE
2640 English-as-a Second Language Enrollment
2641 NO LONGER IN USE
2642 NO LONGER IN USE
2643 Advanced a ESL grade level
2644 English-as-a-Second-Language - Completes Class
2645 English-as-a Second Language - Class Attendance (USE GROUP FORMAT)
2650 Tutoring - Class Attendance (USE CASA GROUP FORMAT)
2651 NO LONGER IN USE
2660 Literacy Class Enrollment
2661 Literacy - Class Attendance (USE CASA GROUP FORMAT)
2670 Grades Improve
2710 Family Planning Classes
2730 Scholarship Secured
2740 Transportation
2750 NO LONGER IN USE
2751 NO LONGER IN USE
2752 Arts and Crafts - Class Attendance (USE CASA GROUP FORMAT)
2760 Physical Health & Development - Class Attendance (USE CASA GROUP FORMAT)
2761 Recreation/Socialization - Class Attendance (USE CASA GROUP FORMAT)
2762 NO LONGER IN USE
2763 Career Exploration - Class Attendance (USE CASA GROUP FORMAT)
2770 NO LONGER IN USE
2771 Creative Arts - Class Attendance (USE CASA GROUP FORMAT)
2780 Translation Services - Assist Non-English Speaking Persons with Translating Documents
2790 Mentoring - Programs for At-Risk Youth to Shape Their Social and Emotional Development
2791 Mentoring - Class Attendance/Encounters (USE CASA GROUP FORMAT)
2801 NO LONGER IN USE
2803 NO LONGER IN USE
2805 NO LONGER IN USE
2807 NO LONGER IN USE
2818 Promoted to the Next Grade
2819 NO LONGER IN USE
2820 Graduated from High School
2821 Post Secondary Education - Enrollment
2822 NO LONGER IN USE
  2823 NO LONGER IN USE
  2824 NO LONGER IN USE
  2825 NO LONGER IN USE
  2910 Outreach


Income Management Services
  3110 NO LONGER IN USE
  3111 Referral - Financial Institution (Bank, Mortgage Lender, etc.)
  3112 Referral - Credit Bureau
  3113 Social Security - Referral
  3114 Referral - TANF
  3115 Referral - General Public Assistance for Children
  3116 Referral - Utility Rate Reduction Program
  3117 Referral - Weatherization Assistance
  3118 Referral - Seminar/Workshop
  3119 Referral - Group Shopping
  3120 Household Budget - Counseling Session
  3121 Household Budget - Set-up
  3122 NO LONGER IN USE
  3123 NO LONGER IN USE
  3124 Household Savings Increases After 90 days
  3125 Household Savings Increases by $50 to $100 After 90 days
  3126 NO LONGER IN USE
  3127 NO LONGER IN USE
  3128 Household Savings Increases by $101 to $500 After 90 days
  3130 Consumer Education Class (USE CASA GROUP FORMAT)
  3140 Credit Counseling Class (USE CASA GROUP FORMAT)
  3200 Income Tax Counseling/Tax Education Workshops (USE CASA GROUP FORMAT)
  3201 Taxes Prepared
  3202 Tax Credits Identified
  3203 Tax Credit Amounts: $75 to $500
  3204 NO LONGER IN USE
  3205 NO LONGER IN USE
  3206 Tax Credit Amount: $501 or more
  3207 NO LONGER IN USE
  3208 NO LONGER IN USE
  3310 Energy Conservation Do it Yourself Workshops (USE CASA GROUP FORMAT)
  3320 Energy Conservation Savings Information - Workshops and Forums for the Public
  3321 Utility Discount Applications Completed by Senior Citizens
  3322 Utility Discount Applications Completed by Persons with Disabilities
  3323 Utility Discount Applications Completed by Others
  3324 Utility Savings through Discounts
  3325 Utility Savings - Annually: $100 to $500
  3326 NO LONGER IN USE
  3327 NO LONGER IN USE
  3328 Utility Savings Annually: $501 or more
  3330 NO LONGER IN USE
  3340 NO LONGER IN USE
  3410 Project SHARE Participant
  3411 NO LONGER IN USE
  3412 NO LONGER IN USE
  3413 NO LONGER IN USE
  3414 NO LONGER IN USE
  3420 NO LONGER IN USE
  3430 Transportation
  3450 NO LONGER IN USE
  3460 NO LONGER IN USE
  3470 EBT Card/Orientation
  3501 Child Support - Legal Assistance Provided
  3502 Child Support Payments Received
  3600 Savings Account Opened - Managing Housing Budget
  3601 Savings Annually: $100 to $500 - Managing Household Resources
  3602 NO LONGER IN USE
  3603 NO LONGER IN USE
  3604 Savings Annually: $501 or more - Managing Household Resources
  3605 Savings - Opened a Small Business
  3606 Savings - Post-Secondary Education
  3607 Savings - Purchased a Home
  3811 NO LONGER IN USE
  3910 Outreach

Housing
 4101 Referral - Subsidized Housing
 4102 Referral - Unsubsidized Housing
 4103 Referral - Shelter
 4104 Referral - Legal Services
 4105 Referral - Birth Certificate
 4106 Referral - Police Clearance
 4107 Referral - Non-Driver's Identification
 4108 Referral - Rent Payment
 4109 Referral - Eviction Assistance
 4110 Referral - Furniture Storage
 4111 Referral - Home Repairs to Conserve Energy
 4112 Referral - Seminar/Workshop Home Repairs/Energy Conservation, etc.
 4113 Referral - Other
 4114 Referral - Mortgage Issues
 4115 Referral - Home Purchase Assistance Program (HPAP)
 4116 Referral - DC Department of Banking and Financial Institutions
 4117 Referral - Financial Institutions
 4118 Referral - Title Companies
 4119 Referral - Realtors
  4210 Home Ownership Counseling/Loan Assistance - Comprehensive Counseling by a Certified Housing
Counselor on Home-Ownership for Low-Income Persons, Including Assistance Completing Applications for
Home Loan Programs and Other Services Associated with Homeownership
  4211 Pre-Purchase Counseling
  4212 Mortgage Default Counseling
  4213 Reverse Equity Mortage Counseling
  4214 Forbearnace Agreement
  4215 Brought Mortgage Current
  4216 Sold Property
  4217 Purchases Home
  4218 Executed Deed-in-lieu
  4219 Mortgage Foreclosed
  4220 Landlord/Tenant Issues - Counseling or Intervention on Landlord/Tenant Disputes
  4221 Rental Debt and/or Threat of Eviction Resolved
  4222 Reverse Mortgage Obtained/Remains in Home
  4230 NO LONGER IN USE
  4231 Placement - Transitional Housing
  4232 NO LONGER IN USE
  4233 Housing Placement - Subsidized Housing
  4234 NO LONGER IN USE
  4235 Housing Placement - Public
  4236 Housing Placement - Private
  4237 Housing Placement to Support Employment Stability
  4310 NO LONGER IN USE
  4311 - NO LONGER IN USE
  4330 NO LONGER IN USE
  4410 Transportation
  4500 Homebuyers Instruction - Class Attendance (USE CASA GROUP FORMAT)
  4811 NO LONGER IN USE
  4812 NO LONGER IN USE
  4813 Housing Stabilized - 90 or More Days
  4814 NO LONGER IN USE
  4815 NO LONGER IN USE
  4816 NO LONGER IN USE
  4910 Outreach

Emergency Services
  5101 Referral - Utility Payment
  5102 Referral - Rent Payment
  5103 Referral - Food Stamps
  5104 Referral - Clothing
  5105 Referral - Household Goods
  5106 Referral - Food
  5107 Referral - Disaster Recovery Services
  5108 Other Emergencies - Referral
  5109 - Referral - Temporary Shelter
  5110 Referral - Victims of Violence
5111 Referral - Legal Services
5112 Referral - Transportation
5113 - NO LONGER IN USE
5114 Referral - Medical Care
5210 NO LONGER IN USE
5211 Cash to Customer - Emergency Resolved
5220 NO LONGER IN USE
5221 NO LONGER IN USE
5222 NO LONGER IN USE
5310 Payment to Vendor - Emergency Resolved
5311 NO LONGER IN USE
5320 Energy Related Repairs - Weatherization
5321 NO LONGER IN USE
5330 NO LONGER IN USE
5331 NO LONGER IN USE
5410 Crisis Counseling
5420 Crisis Intervention
5421 NO LONGER IN USE
5422 NO LONGER IN USE
5423 NO LONGER IN USE
5424 NO LONGER IN USE
5510 NO LONGER IN USE
5511 Food Distributed
5512 Clothing Distributed
5513 Household Goods Distributed
5610 NO LONGER IN USE
5611 NO LONGER IN USE
5620 Transportation
5621 NO LONGER IN USE
5630 Disaster Recovery Services
5640 Medical Emergency Resolved
5650 Violence Protection i.e. Battered Women's/Men's Shelter, Child Protection Services
5660 Legal Assistance
5710 Food for Homeless
5720 Temporary Shelter
5730 Homeless Individuals/Families Fostered by Day Shelter Services
5810 NO LONGER IN USE
5811 NO LONGER IN USE
5812 NO LONGER IN USE
5813 NO LONGER IN USE
5814 NO LONGER IN USE
5815 NO LONGER IN USE
5816 NO LONGER IN USE
5817 NO LONGER IN USE
5818 NO LONGER IN USE
5819 NO LONGER IN USE
Nutrition Services
  6001 NO LONGER IN USE
  6101 Referral - Food Stamps
  6102 Referral - Food Vouchers
  6103 Referral - Food
  6104 Referral - WIC

  6106 Referral - Congregate Meals
  6107 Referral - Homebound Meals
  6108 Referral - Seminar/Workshop
  6109 Referral - Gleaning
  6110 Referral - Other
  6200 TFAP (Temporary Food Assistance Program Client
  6210 Supplemental Commodities Participant SENIORS ONLY
  6211 NO LONGER IN USE
  6310 Food Panty
  6311 NO LONGER IN USE
  6312 NO LONGER IN USE
  6320 Food Baskets
  6410 Congregate Meals (DCOoA sites)
  6411 NO LONGER IN USE
  6421 Home Delivered Meals (DCOoA sites)
  6422 Transportation for Home Delivered Meals (DCOoA sites)
  6431 Pre-School Meals Homes
  6432 Pre-School Meals Centers
  6510 After-School Snacks
  6520 NO LONGER IN USE
  6600 Nutrition Education/Comprehensive Counseling
  6611 NO LONGER IN USE
  6710 Summer Feeding Program Participant (Children)
  6720 NO LONGER IN USE
  6730
  6731
  6740
  6750
  6760 NO LONGER IN USE
  6810 Nutrition Education for Seniors
  6910 Outreach

Linkage
  7000 NO LONGER IN USE
  7200 Family/Individual Counseling
  7201 Improved Family Functioning Skills
  7310 Needs Assesment/Community Outreach
  7410 Hot lunches/Meals (Transportation Only)
  7420 Multi-purpose Transportation
  7500 Senior Citenzens - Recreation/Socialization
  7501 NO LONGER IN USE
  7502 NO LONGER IN USE
  7503 NO LONGER IN USE
  7504 NO LONGER IN USE
  7505 NO LONGER IN USE
  7510 NO LONGER IN USE
  7511 EOFULA Follow-up
  7600 Legal Permanent Residency Application
  7611 Legal Premanent Residency Application Processed
  7700 Work Authorization Application
  7711 Work Authorization Granted
  7810 Transportation Senior Day Care
  7910 Ex-Offender Program Participants
  7920 Residential Support Services
  7921 Visitors' Center - Residential - Intake Support Services
  7922 Visitors' Center - Re-Entry - General Information and Referral Requests
  7923 Re-entry Support Services
  7924 Visitor's Center - Residential - Family Information Request
  7925 Visitors' Center - Re-Entry - Family Information Requests
  7926 Visitors' Center - Property Pick-up/Storage
  7927 Visitors' Center - Residential - Legal Referrals/Request
  7928 Visitors' Center - Residential - Employment/Training/Housing/Education Referral, Requests)
  7929 Visitors' Center - Residential - Substance Abuse Information/Referral
  7930 Visitors' Center - Re-Entry - Transportation
  7931 Visitors' Center -Birth Certificate - Arrange and Purchase
  7932 NO LONGER IN USE
  7942 Visitors' Center - Tax Preparation/Federal/State
  7943 Visitors' Center - Food
  7944 Visitors' Center - Voter Registration

Self-Sufficiency
  8000 Client Completes the Economic Security Assessment
  8001 Client is "In Crisis"
  8002 Client Moved from "In Crisis" to "At Risk"
  8003 Client is "At Risk"
  8004 Client Moved from "At Risk" to "Stable"
  8005 Client is "Stable"
  8006 Client Moved from "Stable" to "Thriving"
  8007 Client is "Thriving"
  8008 Client Moved from "Thriving" to "Sustaining"
  8009 Client is "Sustaining"
  8010 Comprehensive Assessment for Seniors (OoA Only)
  8100 NO LONGER IN USE
  8101 Case Management - Interview & Accept Client
  8102 Case Management - Assessment
  8103 Case Management - Development of Service Plan
  8104 Case Management - Initiates Service Plan
 8105 Case Management - Monitoring Service Delivery
 8106 Case Management - Advocacy
 8107 Case Management -Reassessment of Individual/Family Status
 8108 Case Management - Termination of Individual/Family from Case Management (Services no Longer
Warranted)
 8109 Case Management - Home Visits
 8111 Case Management - Follow-up Individual/Family Attaining Service Plan Goals 30 days
 8112 Case Management - Follow-up Individual/Family Attaining Service Plan Goals 60 days
 8113 Case Management - Follow-up Individual/Family Attaining Service Plan Goals 120 days
 8114 Case Management - Follow-up Individual/Family Attaining Service Plan Goals 180 days
 8115 Case Management - Follow-up Individual/Family Attaining Service Plan Goals 365 days
 8116 Follow-up/Individual/Family Attaining Service Plans Goals 90 days
 8200 NO LONGER IN USE
 8201 NO LONGER IN USE
 8202 NO LONGER IN USE
 8203 NO LONGER IN USE
 8204 NO LONGER IN USE
 8205 NO LONGER IN USE
 8206 NO LONGER IN USE
 8209 NO LONGER IN USE
 8210 NO LONGER IN USE
 8300 Counseling Programs - Individual/Family (Provided by Certified Professionals)
 8400 NO LONGER IN USE

Health
   9009 Referral - Mental Health Care
   9010 Referral - Health Care/Screenings/Examinations
   9020 Referral - Medicaid/Medicare/Other Health Care Plans
   9021 Health Care Coverage for Self/family Members Obtained
   9100 Medical Services - Transportation
   9210 Medical Services - Health Screenings
   9220 Dental Services - Screenings and/or Treatment
   9310 Medical Services - Immunizations
   9410 Treatment Programs - Enrollment for Drug/Alcohol Abuse
   9411 Treatment Programs - Class Attendance (USE CASA GROUP FORMAT)
   9420 Health Services - Pregnancy Prevention/Life Choices - Enrollment
   9421 Health Services - Pregnancy Prevention /Life Choices - Class Attendance (USE CASA GROUP
FORMAT)
   9510 NO LONGER IN USE
   9511 NO LONGER IN USE
   9512 Referral - Self-Help Meetings/Other Addiction Programs
   9520 Comprehensive Counseling: Includes idividual & group counseling, assessments, follow-up, discharged,
tramsfer sessions conducted by licensed practictioner (i.e. mental health)
   9530 Comprehensive Counseling: Includes idividual & group counseling, assessments, follow-up, discharged,
tramsfer sessions conducted by licensed practictioner (i.e. mental health)
   9600 Medical Services/Pregnancy Related - Non-nutritional Health Services for Expectant and New Mothers
and Infants
  9700 Medical Services - Family Planning Services
  9800 Health Services - Seminars/Workshops to Promote Good Health
  9811 Health Services - Participant Treated
  9900 Other Primary Health Care - Direct Services to Eliminate Disease, Injury, Dispense Medication, Home
Health Care
  9910 Outreach

				
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