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Partners' Plans

Douglas County is dedicated to a collaborative planning process.  The Coordinated Comprehensive Plan represents input from all of our community partners.  The list below represents some of the partners and stakeholders involved in the planning process.  Click on the link below to see the service plan for that organization.

Biennial Implementation Plan:  Prevention Services, Mental Health Services, Alcohol & Drug Treatment Services, Problem Gambling Services: (2005-07) (2007-09) (2009-11)

Douglas County Health and Social Services Department Annual Plans: (FY 2004-05) (FY 2006-07) (FY 2009-10)  

Douglas County Meth Task Force - Strategies & Goals

Douglas County Early Childhood Planning Coalition (DCECPC)DCECPC Mapping Project

Umpqua Partners (formerly DC CAPS):  Strategies, 3 Year Work Plan, 2009-10 Work Plan

Douglas County Regional Workforce Investment Board's Strategic Plan- March 2000  May 7, 2007 Addition

Domestic Violence:  Costs of Intimate Partner Violence Against Oregon Women

Douglas Interagency Narcotics Team Report: January 2004

Douglas County’s Early Childhood System Plan

Douglas County Head Start Community Needs Assessment: June 2007 May 2009

High Risk Juvenile Crime Prevention Plan (October 1998)

High Risk Juvenile Crime Prevention Plan - Revised (December 2000)

High Risk Juvenile Crime Prevention Plan - Revised (January 2008)

High Risk Juvenile Crime Prevention Plan - Revised (December 2009)

Lifelong Learning - A Report produced by the Oregon Community Foundation

Oregon Employment Department:  Portrait of the Workforce - Region 6, Douglas County

Public Housing Authority Five-Year Plan: 2007 2009

Reedsport Visioning Conference:  April 22, 2007

School report cards:

School Districts

Search Institute Assets Survey: Douglas County Aggregate Report and Executive Summaries for Participating School Districts (April 2001)

South County Resource Center - Needs Assessment

Students meeting performance standards:

UCAN (Community Action) Strategic Plan

U TRAN (formerly Umpqua Transit): 2007 Transportation Study


Children & Families Systems
“A system is a group of key individuals and organizations that interact to produce a benefit or to maintain ways of living, working, and relating. For example, social systems exist to meet people’s basic needs and manage emergencies. Justice systems preserve law and order to keep people safe. Education systems exist so people can learn, while business systems produce goods and services, offer employment, and generate revenue.”

M. Winer & K. Ray, Collaboration Handbook