Effective 2016, the H.B. 289 planning process, the Shared Plan Model, has been updated and revised to include components of the Collective Impact Model. This updated version of the Shared Plan Model places greater emphasis on identifying and developing community-level, mutually reinforcing activities around identified shared priorities and shared outcomes. The revised model includes researching community data-informed plans, but also provides the flexibility to identify other shared priorities by other means such as data collection or a community needs assessment process. The FCFCs may need to do some additional research to support their shared priorities and/or fill any programming gaps, but will not be required to create or develop new FCFC-based strategies. This revised model was developed by OFCF with several county FCFC Coordinators/Directors providing feedback to help refine the model.
Below are materials to assist in the shared planning process: