P3 will give selected local, tribal and state agencies the opportunity to enter into an agreement with the federal government that will grant broad flexibility in how the site uses discretionary federal funds to implement evidence-informed practices while committing to achieve significant improvements for disconnected youth. P3 applicants can request to (1) blend their existing federal discretionary funds and (2) receive flexibility from specific federal program requirements. The round three proposals are due October 31.
This Annie E. Casey Foundation webinar featured the Forum's policy leaders, Thaddeus Ferber and Elizabeth Gaines, and explored tools to help communities develop a "fund map" of existing dollars spent on young people. The session also covered the steps required to develop a strategic financing plan.
This webinar explored how tools from the Annie E. Casey Foundation's Evidence2Success framework provide comprehensive data and an intentional process for communities to establish priorities for improving child well-being. Thaddeus Ferber, vice president for policy advocacy at the Forum, moderated the session.