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Phase ll Plan

 

A COMPREHENSIVE PLAN FOR DOUGLAS COUNTY'S CHILDREN AND FAMILIES - January 2002

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Section l: Executive Summary

 

Section 2: Overview of Douglas County

 

Section 3:  Narrative

Goal 1 - Families and Communities

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Goal 2 - Families with Young Children

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Goal 3 - Youth

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Section 4:  Data Portraits

 

Appendix 1:  Stakeholders Meetings and Community Forums (October-December 2001)

 

Appendix II:  Service Summaries

 

Appendix III:  Survey and Focus Group Instruments (Phases I and II)

 

Appendix IV:  Phase I Plan (Excerpts)

 

Appendix V:  Phase I Chapter 5 - Caring Communities

 

Appendix VI:  Matrix of Inclusion

 

Appendix VII:  Phase I Chapter 3 - Douglas County's Early Childhood System Plan

 

Appendix VIII:  Asset Building in Douglas County

 

Appendix VII:  List of References - Phases I and II

Updating the plan provides an opportunity to assess the existing plan.  Click here to find out more about Phase III of the Coordinated Comprehensive Planning in Douglas County.

Click here to see a Power Point presentation on the A Decade of Accomplishments: 1994-2004

The Comprehensive Plan coordinates and integrates multiple plans from different sources.  Click here to see service plans for partners involved in the Coordinated Comprehensive Planning process in Douglas County.

Click here to see the Oregon Revised Statutes that relate to Planning.

Click here to see the Oregon Administrative Rules that govern the Children and Families Commission System and the Coordinated Comprehensive


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