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HUMAN IMPACT

PROJECT OF

ATLANTA

 

Outreach Management System (OMS)

 

Outreach programs managed by inner- city and rural areas Community-based Organizations, local, state health departments and federal funding agencies.

 

Approach based on CDC Evidence-based Condom Distritubion

Public Health Strategy.

An outreach management platform providing consumer outreach encounter management, texting management system and social media management system.

 

Challenges

  1. Digital Literacy for Non-profit agency
  2. Mobile Devices Point of Care vs HIPAA
  3. Private/Public Partnerships
  4. Linkage to Medical Care and Direct Services
  5. Microsoft Product Integration.
  6. Majority non-profit do not employ a IT specialist and/or manager.

 

Benefits

  • Outreach Management Platform
  • Social Media Management Platform
  • Texting Mgmt. Platform
  • New inner city job opportunities for Degreed, GED/HSD, Youth, Veterans, Second Chance
  • Model Replication
  • Bridge service access gaps
  • Data Analysis
  • Initial Primary Goals

 

THE “WIN-WIN-WIN” APPROACH

 

THE TRADITIONAL WIN-WIN PHILOSOHY is a frame of mind and heart that constantly seeks mutual benefit in all human interactions.Win-win sees life as a cooperative, not a competitive arena.

 

We incorporated a third “win” known as the Win-Win-Win approach to measure all parties involved Community Members, Community Agencies and Community Funders. Wins can be measured on all levels.

 

HIPAtlanta Workforce Development

 

Initial Target: Returning Citizens (formerly incarcerated), Persons with Disabilities Returning to Work, Unemployed and Chronically Unemployed

 

Approach: Right Now Jobs training, certification and placement. Georgia Vocational Rehabilitation targeting Formerly Incarcerated, SSA Ticket to Work and Self-Sufficiency Program targeting Persons with Disabilities and Atlanta Regional Commission targeting unemployed and/or chronically unemployed, Veterans, Homeless, Youth and Seniors in the City of Atlanta six neighboring counties (Clayton, Cobb, DeKalb, Fulton, Henry, Gwinnett)

 

Challenges:

(1) Training Schedule Gaps

(2) Trainer Turnover

(3) Facilitation cost

(4) Accessible sites

(5) Limited or no Online access

(6) Cultural Sensitivity

(7) Criminal History

Benefits:

(1)Enhance local training opportunities

(2) Coordinate consistent trainings

(3) Recruit local CBO POL’s to become trainers

(4) New inner city job placement opportunities for GED/HSD, Youth, Veterans, Returning Citizens, Persons with Disabilities

(5) Model Replication

(6) Bridge service access gaps

(7)Data Analysis

 

 

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