The purpose of this action plan is to position Arizona for the provision of home visiting services as part of an overall system of early childhood development and to provide a framework for future growth and development of this effective strategy. It seeks to provide a pathway for delivery of consistent, high quality home visiting services in the context of Arizona’s statewide early childhood development and health system.
Governor's vision -- B. Economic and workforce information analysis -- 1. Assessment of current situation and projected trends in Arizona's economy -- 2. Assessment of workforce skills needed for economic growth -- 3. Population characteristics and employment-related needs -- 4. Skill and education gaps for targeted populations in the integrated workforce plan -- 5. Education, skills and training challenges -- 6. Meeting employers' skill needs -- C. State strategies -- 1. Cross-program strategies -- 2. Partnerships -- 3. Leveraging resources -- 4. Policy alignment -- D. Desired outcomes -- 1. Performance indicators and goals -- D. Table 1: desired outcomes ...
Part 1. Administration of services -- Part 2. the case management process -- Part 3. Supporting information -- Appendix Case management is a coordinated process of obtaining essential resources on behalf of clients. Principal components are assessment of needs and strengths, followed by planning, implementing, and monitoring resources to provide appropriate and continuous services Case management is characterized by advocacy, communication, and resource management. It promotes quality and cost-effective interventions and outcomes
While the economic environment in Arizona has gradually improved, vulnerable individuals and families rely on the Department for life-saving protective services and essential economic support. The Department has made important improvements in how we deliver benefits, goods and services to vulnerable individuals and families. The Plan outlines several of these on-going improvement efforts including cost-saving process improvements, expanded community collaborations, enhanced transparency and increased accountability.
In preparing the report, the Department of Economic Security consulted with the Arizona Coalition to End Sexual and Domestic Violence. The reporting system provides information on the population served, the types and usage of the services provided within the shelter, and the unmet needs of persons receiving shelter.
Serving all citizens of Arizona, the mission of the Arizona Governors State Rehabilitation Council is to advise, evaluate and partner with the public vocational rehabilitation program in support of improving access to employment and promoting a diverse workforce statewide. The Arizona Governor’s State Rehabilitation Council envisions a statewide workforce that values disability and diversity, and is committed to full participation of its citizens.
The conference provided a forum for the community to come together to explore issues, programs, and services that relate to aging. Older adults, families, and professionals all utilized this opportunity to learn about the newest innovations, share experiences, and consider new ideas for the future. The conference facilitated the ability to better care for the older population now and in the future.
The Arizona Workforce Connection is a statewide system committed to coordinating a comprehensive approach to workforce development. It incorporates the state’s economic development goals and strategies using federal, state, and local resources. The AWC consists of the Governor’s Council on Workforce Policy, 14 Local Workforce Investment Areas along with their respective Local Workforce Investment Boards, comprehensive One-Stop centers, satellite offices, and an array of workforce partners. This report describes how WIA Title IB services are provided in Arizona, highlights local and state accomplishments, and concludes with performance results.
In 1993, Family Support Legislation was passed that defined a family support program for people with developmental disabilities and their families, subject to funding appropriations. This legislation was a result of collaboration with families, advocacy organizations, providers of services, and the Division of Developmental Disabilities in recognition of the significance of family support as a national initiative. While there is no appropriated funding for a family support program in Arizona, the Division integrates the philosophy of the legislation into its activities as indicated in its Credo and Values. This Annual Report highlights initiatives and systems successfully implemented, and describes the ...
Although there are several adoption agencies in Arizona, the Department of Economic Security is the largest. Almost without exception, the children placed by DES have special needs; that is, they may be older or have physical or emotional handicaps. The information presented here is based on DES’ statewide adoption program. This pamphlet has been prepared to answer some of the most frequently asked questions about adoption.
The State And Local Arizona Documents (SALAD) collection contains documents published by the State of Arizona, its Counties, incorporated Cities or Towns, or affiliated Councils of Government; documents produced under the auspices of a state or local agency, board, commission or department, including reports made to these units; and Salt River Project, a licensed municipality. ASU is a primary collector of state publications and makes a concerted effort to acquire and catalog most materials published by state and local governmental agencies.
The ASU Digital Repository provides access to digital SALAD publications, however the ASU Libraries’ non-digitized Arizona documents can be searched through the ASU Libraries Catalog and Library One Search. For additional assistance, Ask A Government Documents Librarian.
Publications issued by the Morrison Institute for Public Programs at Arizona State University are available in the ASU Digital Repository Morrison Institute for Public Policy - Publications Archive collection.