“Promoting positive home and community environments to encourage safe, healthy, and successful children and families.”
The Johnson County Community Partnership is a state-wide initiative of the Department of Human Services. Both the State of Iowa and Johnson County provide critical financial support to implement our four core strategies to engage the community in the protection of children.
Our Four strategies are:
- Neighborhood Networking
- Family Team Meetings
- Shared Decision Making Team
- Policy and Practice Change
The Johnson County Community Partnership is pleased to make funds available to provide Mini Grants to organizations and/or events that support our mission.
Click here to download the Mini Grant application. This form will be reviewed by the Shared Decision Making Team within 30 days of your submission and you will be contacted via phone or letter by Laurie Nash, Johnson County Social Services.
If awarded a Mini Grant, you will be asked to submit a short (one page) summary of funding impact, including (but not limited to) the number of youth and families involved in your project.
The following efforts have been supported by Community Partnership Mini Grants in the past:
- Iowa City MLK Day of Service
- Child Care Positive Behavior Intervention Supports – 4Cs
- RVAP Stewards of Children preventing child sexual abuse training materials
- A Gathering of Voices – Sankofa Outreach event
- DVIP In Their Shoes curriculum for youth
- Healthy LIfeStars Challenge at IC Compassion
- Uniforms for Dream Divas at Jones Academy of Performing Arts
- Culturally reflective/diverse early literacy materials for community distribution
- Coralville Community Meal
- Not A Box Parties in local parks
More information on statewide Community Partnerships for Protecting Children is available by clicking here.
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