Updating the Comprehensive Plan provides an opportunity to assess the existing plan to
test its relevancy to current community conditions and expectations;
revise the plan to incorporate significant changes in funding levels;
refine priorities, strategies, and outcomes based on updated information;
expand and strengthen partnerships; and
communicate successes and challenges with state and local partners.
Click here to see a presentation on Phase III of the planning process [Powerpoint]
Update: Click here to see the
to Coordinated Comprehensive Plan for Douglas County.
Update: Click here to see the 2006
Attachment 2, and
to the Update) to
the Coordinated Comprehensive Plan for Douglas County.
"A growing number of locations are
developing community audits and profiles of child well-being
.... The most comprehensive profile will use
multidisciplinary and intergenerational indicators to convey
the status of children at key transition points from birth
to adulthood. The profile should provide information on
health, education, family sufficiency, child care,
employment, mental health and other areas..."
-- Together We
Can: A Guide for Crafting a Profamily System of Education
and Human Services