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BOLD GOAL: PEOPLE IN CRISIS HAVE ACCESS TO EMERGENCY FOOD AND SHELTER


Target:
By 2016, agencies providing emergency food assistance will have the capacity to serve 100% of those who seek assistance.

Strategies:
• Crisis resolution through provision of food/emergency financial assistance
• Increase successful completion of job training
• Decrease unemployment
• Increase developed workforce
• Increase job placements for people with disabilities
• Maintain independence

Progress:
Canal Winchester Human Services Food Pantry
• 100% of eligible households that presented for food received food

Foundation Dinners
• 100% of eligible households that presented for food received food

Information & Referral of Fairfield County
• 100% of food pantry referrals were appropriate based on client history & eligibility as well as individual pantry requirements
• 100% of housing inquiries received at least one referral, linkage of information for services from the Housing Specialist
• 100% of callers received at least one referral, linkage or information for services that meets their needs

Lancaster-Fairfield Community Action Food Pantry
• 100% of eligible households that presented for food received food
• 100% of households that presented for food received case management, including appropriate referrals

Lutheran Social Services Emergency Homeless Shelter
• 35% of the homeless adults entering the shelter exited into stable, long-lasting housing with self-supporting income and resources
• 35% of emergency shelter clients that have the ability to work, obtained employment

PCMA Food Pantry of Pickerington
• 100% of eligible households that presented for food received food

The Lighthouse Protective Shelter
• 89% of those receiving shelter reported an increase in the level of knowledge of community resources
• 100% have not experienced repeat acts of violence at 12 months following their stay in the protective shelter
• 100% have not experienced repeat acts of violence at 12 months following their stay in the protective shelter

 

United Way of Fairfield County • 115 South Broad Street, Lancaster, Ohio 43130
Telephone: (740) 653-0643 | Fax: (740) 653-1139
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