Community Well-Being Data
A new interactive information tool, the Nebraska Community Opportunity Map, is now live to the public, ensuring that policymakers and other stakeholders will have centralized, easy-to-navigate access to data that’s vital to their work. Specifically, this free resource is designed to increase access to information about communities, especially data relevant to the well-being of Nebraska’s children and families. The ultimate goal is to give policymakers and other stakeholders another tool for making data-informed decisions about resource allocation, service delivery, emergency planning, city planning, and other vital functions.
Click here to view the Nebraska Community Opportunity Map.
Nebraska Children's investments in York County
Communities for Kids - supporting the creation and implementation of solutions to strengthen the current child care workforce and address child care shortages
Collective Impact Grant for Community Prevention System
Grant to complete the Child Well-being (CWB) assessment and planning process for development of collaborative capacity, the prevention system, and parent child interaction as related to community context. The organization will use the results of this process to complete and begin implementation of an integrated work plan, then work in partnership with Nebraska Children Foundation on planning, training, and implementation and evaluation.
Nebraska Children and Families Foundation grant for First Steps – York County Community Health Coalition
Sixpence Early Learning Program
York partnership is between York Public Schools (YPS), Blue Valley Community Action Head Start, Nebraska Women’s Correctional Facility, York Crisis Pregnancy Center, Early Development Network, Four Corners Health, York County Health Coalition, Southeast Early learning Partnership, and UNL Extension. Endowment funds established a new year-round program serving families with children under age three through a combination of home visitation and center socialization activities on child growth and development for children and their families.
The York Partnership also provides women who participate in the Prison Nursery Program weekly home visits until their release date, in addition workshops and training are offered, for a select group of women in general population who have not finished high school and have children under age 3.