DCYF has released an updated draft of our Services Allocation Plan (SAP). The SAP establishes DCYF's strategic funding priorities and proposed funding allocation for services based on needs identified by DCYF's Community Needs Assessment (CNA), which was completed in August 2016.
Visit this link to access the updated draft of the SAP.
The SAP is the product of an intensive planning process implemented by DCYF to determine the most effective and equitable allocation of our funds. During this process we gathered feedback from key stakeholders and analyzed additional data to supplement information from the CNA. The feedback, data, and information we collected was integrated into a Results-Based Accountability (RBA) framework, which helped us determine the services that we believe will best improve outcomes in the lives of San Francisco’s most vulnerable children, youth and families.
The final SAP will be used as our guide as we craft our next major Request for Proposals (RFP), which is scheduled for release in July 2017.
DCYF released the first draft of our Services Allocation Plan (SAP) on March 8, and presented the SAP to the public at the March 13th Oversight & Advisory Committee (OAC) meeting. Public feedback regarding the SAP was accepted at the March 13 meeting and through an online feedback form that was open to the public from March 8 through March 20. On April 11 DCYF released a Draft SAP Feedback Memo that includes the feedback we received, and describes how the feedback was reviewed and categorized.
Visit this link to access the presentation slides from the March 2017 OAC meeting.
Visit this link to access the Draft SAP Feedback Memo.
If you have any questions about the draft SAP please contact Emily Davis: Emily.Davis@dcyf.org, 415.554.8991.