Is to foster a Community of Housing, Hope, Empowerment and Growth.
Is to always provide Immediate Housing, Empowerment, and Life impacting Resources to the at risk and vulnerable populations in my community such as Aging adults, AB109, 290’’s, Mental health, and Transition Aged Youth. Our goal is to provide them all with a place they can call home and a mainstream access to Support and Resources that will help them be hopeful and sustain independence.
1) Define the program goals and activities.
At GIL&TH you will prepare for Independent living while working closely with volunteer staff and participating in education or job training programs. You will spend 25-30 hours per week toward meeting Program goals, and you will attend regular meetings with your case manager.
Rapid Rehousing Navigation / GIL&TH Provides one on 1 support to our residents navigating the housing market we also provide short term financial assistance and 1 time move-in assistance, while also connecting them to supportive services.
Case management- Assisting our clients by identifying barriers to Goals, Housing and Mental stability.
Financial Literacy services, /Teaching all our residents the importance of Credit, how to obtain their credit reports, how to build their Credit. How to get a FHA loan after working 2 years Budgeting, Money Management Life insurance Business Startup, Business credit, how to obtain a LLC.
Job Training Job placement –All residents will have to participate in of series of job training and coaching classes, all residents that are document ready will have the opportunity to begin employment at one of our partnering sites such as, Blue Apron, Hello Fresh, Ousborn family Landscaping, Property Maintenance with US,
2) Describe the program planning activities (asset mapping, market analysis, needs assessment).
4) My City has been at a disadvantage for a long time since the discontinued services of housing and career training with Rubicon there has been a total lack of effort, services, and efficiencies in our community. GIL&TH goal is to create a supportive housing community where people can always Have a place to regroup and feel welcome and confident their needs will be met. And if there was something that GIL&TH could not provide; we will personally guide them to community partner that can help. What they say in the bible is true it takes a village to raise a child and a lot of people do not have that. So, we strive to do nothing less but LOVE, educate and empower or people and provide them with the necessary resources they will need to Survive.
6) Summarize the key program activities and partners. –
7) All able bodied residents must participate in Career training and Job Coaching classes / we have partner with the Loa community family development CCC to help assist all are reentry AB109, clients with Job and career services
Rapid rehousing ,1 on 1 Case management, Wraparound Services and Supportive housing Provide Short term housing assistance /move in.
Comment: The executive summary should serve as a stand-alone component of the program plan and should not include any information that is not covered in the plan.
Glo’s purposes is to serve identified community members who are highly impacted by health inequities related to poverty, substance use, mental illness, trauma, and community violence. This project proposes to increase the wellbeing and quality of life of community members by eliminating poverty through employment readiness and job placement efforts. Glo’s proposes to decrease the barriers to accessing adequate mental and physical health services for community members by linking them to adequate, culturally competent, long term mental health, substance use and medical health services care providers. To ensure ongoing linkages to long term wellness services, this program will provide peer support to help navigate the health care system and address/ advocate any complaints or identified needs expressed by participating clients of the program Vision.
Program Goals and Activities
Vocational Training and Programs –You will be enrolled in an educational or job training program for a minimum of four hours each day, Monday through Friday. This can include time spent on tube Once you have obtained permanent employment client is required to bring in the following information on employer letterhead: date of hire, days and hours of work, and rate of pay.
Permanent Housing. You will start working on your permanent housing goal by the first month of your stay at GIL&TH.
Education/Employment. You will complete an assessment with the Education/Employment Coordinator within one month of entering GIL&TH.
Mondays 8:00am – 10:00am Life Skills
Thursdays 4:00 – 5:00 pm Community Meeting
Fridays 4:00 – 5:00 pm Progress
Sundays 11:00am-12:00pm Bible Study
Program planning activities (needs assessment, asset mapping, market analysis)
120- Clients will learn how to fill out rental application for permanent housing or those with jobs will learn how to use their w-2 income and good credit to purchase property.
5 months – Clients Learns how to start a business. If client has an interest in starting their own business client will go through and extensive incubation program at COBIZ that will aid the client into the start of their business. AND Glo’s INDEPENDENT LIVING WILL FINANCIALLY SUPPORT THEIR EFFORDS AFTER GRADUATION
Client will spend 30 days interning how to get an apartment of house.
5 months – Clients Learns how to start a business. If client has an interest in starting their own business client will go through and extensive incubation program at COBIZ that will aid the client into the start of their business.
Background/ Supporting Information
1) Contra Costa County has had a lack in Efficient supportive services in a long time.
2) Two Thousand two hundred- and seventy-seven-people experienced homelessness in 2020 and its currently growing
3) Describe the context of the program/ service. This should include community characteristics, and any relevant information about local assets, family, information, or other local programs and collaborators/ sponsors. Consider this to be the “system of care” analysis for your program. How and where does your program/ service fit in the larger continuum of services of this type that is being offered?
4) Explain how the idea for the program originated, relating to this organization’s mission, program vision, and population needs.
5) State the program/ service interest and demand, gap in the continuum of services, and how your program/ service intends to fill this gap.
Focus Area Desired Future State Current State Identified Gap Action Plan
What is Glo’s focused on? Where would Glo’s like to be? Where is Glo’s now? Difference between desired state and current state? Projects will Glo’s undertake to bridge gap?
Goals, Action Steps, and Outcomes
1) Clearly state each of your program/ service goals.
2) Under each program/ service goal, detail the action steps you will take to achieve this goal. Action steps should include the task, person(s) responsible, and timeframe for completion.
3) State the intended outcome for each goal. How will you measure success? Consider both the quantitative outcome (i.e.: # of clients graduated), and the qualitative outcome (reduction of anxiety and depression, restoration of familial relationships, etc.).
Program Structures, Reach, and Partners
1) Describe the scale of the program/ service, detailing the demographic qualities of clients or participants (i.e.: age, gender, socio-economic status, vulnerable populations, etc.).
2) Describe the program/ service setting, hours of operations, daily/ weekly/ monthly schedule of activities, etc.
3) Identify and describe the key partners that collaborate with your organization in the delivery of the program/ service.
Organizational Capacity Statement and Fundraising Plan
1) Describe the program’s resource capacity, providing details of the total human resources (i.e.: staffing plan), and financial budget supporting the program. (see Budget Template in Appendix)
Role Name Project Responsibility Competency
Executive Director Tiffany Powell Oversees and creates program operation Substance abuse mental health counselor
Project Coordinator Eddie Morris Oversees the Case managers assessing/ client needs and creating engaging service plans BA. RAS Nami, mental health services
Bookkeeper Olga g Oversee finances Licensed real estate broker, Accountant financial advisor
Consultant Michelle Mba nonprofit business consultant
Administrative Assistant Rich Kinley Oversee financial Responsibilities/ Fiscal SPONSOR San Pablo City council member Nonprofit founder
Project Manager Rochelle Wormley AA in health in human service
2) Describe any fundraising activities planned for the year to earn revenue.
Income Amount Expenses 2020
Government Contracts 0 Personnel Expenses /Staff
Rent for Units Program Director
Full time employees ($XX,000 x x)
Contributed Income Part time employees ($XX pp x XX hrs = $XX x8)
Government grants Benefits (12.5% of salaries)
Foundation grants Payroll taxes 24% per employee x XX employees
Corporate donations Independent contractor/pastoral counseling
Individual Gifts Consultants / Subcontractors
Special events Pardons stipends
Monthly guest motivational speakers
Total income Startup cost
Facilities/Administrative Expenses Housing (rent/mortgage) Utilities Insurance (WC, property, vehicle) Maintenance Office supplies/ office furniture Software/ Technology Printing/postage Fundraising expenses Phone/ internet/security cameras Marketing Professional development /training Licenses & permits Local travel/ mileage/parking Misc. / bank fees etc. Website resource development Workshop materials Food Entertainment Total Expenses $0 Indirect/overhead (11% of expenses) $0 Total payout $0
Glo’s evaluation results will be communicated to stakeholders in promotional or informational materials at least annually, including staff, board, clients, foundations, the public, etc. Our most common method to communicate will be through our website at www.apostlecity.org, but also in our annual report, on social media, as well as board meetings and meetings with the Community members and funders.
Funder and Donor Engagement – A nonprofit should share the impact of the organization’s accomplishments, demonstrate use of funds, and provide reasoning behind program changes developed as a result of relevant findings. A strong evaluation program will ensure funder and donor confidence and help build stronger relationships
Glo’s will answer the below questions for evaluation of each phase of the Operations Center Program.
Conclusions, Challenges, and Recommendations
1) Conclusions should summarize the program plan into one (1) comprehensive paragraph.
2) The challenges should outline for the reader practical problems for the execution of the plan and recommended solutions to that challenge.
1) Include all program/ service research and data collection, needs assessments, blank evaluation tools, surveys, sample schedules, etc.
2) Program Budget Template – Multi-Year Budget
List of Resources and Documents Reviewed