Fostering Hope Initiative
Children. Adults. Families. Neighborhoods.
Imagine… every child and adult in every neighborhood lives in a safe, stable, nurturing home, is healthy, succeeds in school or work, and enjoys financial sufficiency. This is the vision of the Fostering Hope Initiative (FHI).
CCS serves as the lead partner for this neighborhood-based collective impact initiative designed to strengthen families, mobilize neighborhoods and promote optimum child and youth development. It is a partnership of government, public and private organizations joining together with a common goal.
FHI operates in high poverty, high need neighborhoods. Each FHI Neighborhood is staffed with a Community Health Worker who works with families and community partners to help support strong families and safe, healthy neighborhoods.
Building Community Resilience Mini Grant Opportunity
With support from Willamette Health Council, Fostering Hope Initiative will award 4-8 grants to local partners and community groups
who propose innovative projects and activities that support building community resilience and improved health outcomes!
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Angela Dionne Angela Dionne has an undeniable passion for serving individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD), and it is apparent in her dedication and 20 years of service with ISN. Angela began working for ISN in 2001 as a personal agent and...
The Queen of Peace Knights of Columbus are true champions for the children we serve. For a second time in the span of a few months, they came together to install a playground for CCS. Their first project is already in use by children attending preschool at the Seymour...
"Our Direct Support Professionals are amazing," says Chief Operations Officer Kyle Deets. "They work around the clock serving individuals living in our community homes and ensuring their needs are being met." One such DSP is Angelina Ramos, who has been working as a...