This design piece presents a report to the community about the progress made with the ongoing Healthier Together community initiative. Palm Healthcare Foundation, Inc. launched Healthier Together, a place-based initiative to address complex healthcare issues and quality of life in six Palm Beach County, Florida communities. The mission for Healthier Together is to create a systemic community-wide approach to target some of the most complex healthcare needs of residents and to build communities with the capacity to collaboratively take action.
Children’s Services Council (CSC) of Palm Beach County began implementing place-based initiatives in the mid-1990s in key communities those with some of the most challenging circumstances for children.
Healthy Babies Report: As part of its prevention and early intervention approach, Children’s Services Council has focused since its inception on maternal and child health with an emphasis on improving birth outcomes. This report provides information about births in Palm Beach County, the factors that affect healthy births – including information those who may become pregnant need to know – and the work of Children’s Services Council in ensuring more Palm Beach County babies are born healthy
Bridges, the fourth iteration, began implementation in January 2011, and had incorporated lessons from previous efforts.The Bridges Profiles report encompasses an Introduction and Summary as well as profiles on each of the ten community based Bridges Centers. Visit www.cscpbc.org/bridgesprofiles to view the entire project.
The Mentoring Report for Children’s Services Council of Palm Beach County was designed to show the outcomes of CSC funded mentor programs.
“Checks & Balances: Your Guide to County Finances,” which is also called a “Popular Annual Financial Report” (PAFR), includes condensed and simplified information from the CAFR, County budget and other financial reports. This guide is a recommended practice of the Government Finance Officers Association (GFOA), the authority on best practices in governmental accounting and financial reporting.
The PAFR design for the FY ended September 30, 2012 report was conceived to have a strong, clean dynamic presence. It is meant to present the information in an easy-to-access format, while offering an expression of the tropical flavor of Palm Beach County.
The theme of the Workforce Alliance of Palm Beach County Annual Report is partnerships with Palm Beach County businesses and community organizations for programs that lead to overall economic development of the County.
This 80 page Report on Health and Human Services in Palm Beach County was designed for the Palm Beach County Board of County Commissioners (BCC), Citizens Advisory Committee on Health and Human Services (CAC/HHS), Health and Human Service personnel and the general public.