UWEPC has developed goals and strategies that help guide our efforts. All of UWEPC's community partnership and Community Impact Funded programs complete a goal and fall under a strategy.
Children enter school ready to learn.
- Family home visitation programs
- Quality early childhood development centers
- Parent education programs
- Training and coaching for early childhood development providers
Youth graduate from high school.
- College and career preparation services for middle and high school students
- Quality after school and youth development
- Parent engagement
- Youth leadership
Children are mentally healthy.
- Accessible and affordable child, family, group and play therapy
- Behavioral health programs
- Parent and adult volunteer awarenss training about children's mental health issues
- Screening and mental health assessments in alternative locations - i.e. health clinics; community, child development and after school centers
Youth will become volunteers.
- Youth philanthropy
- Intergenerational volunteer opportunities - i.e. Volunteer Action Center (VAC)
- Service-learning - i.e. Global Youth Service Day (GYSD), Alternative Spring Break (ASB)
Individuals and families are mentally healthy.
- Screening and mental health assessments in alternate locations - i.e. health clinics, community, child development and after school centers
- Accessible and affordable couples, family, group and play therapy
- Integrated mental health services
Safety net and emergency services provide a foundation of care and support.
- Emergency and Transitional housing programs
- Supplemental Nutrition Assistance - i.e. Woman, Infant, Children (WIC) Temporary Aid to Needy Families (TNF)
- Emergency food pantries
- Congregant meals
- Disaster preparedness and prevention
- Homeless prevention services i.e. rent, mortgage and utility assistance
- Emergency and disaster response services
Individuals and families live in a home free of abuse and violence.
- Shelter for individuals and families experiencing domestic violence and child abuse
- Support services - i.e. mental health counseling , child advocates, legal services support groups
Individuals have the knowledge and support necessary to effectively meet their physical needs.
- Health screening and education programs/services
- Healthy lifestyle education programs
- Community volunteer activities
Families and individuals are financially stable and economically independent.
- Financial Education
- Literacy/Adult Basic Education (ABE)
- English as a Second Language (ESL)
- Individual Develpment Accounts (IDA)
- Responsible Home Ownership