The Augusta Partnership for Children, Inc. has achieved many successes throughout its 33 years of existence to include fostering systems change, creating and introducing the Family Self-Sufficiency Initiative and leveraging dollars within the Augusta-Richmond County community to name a few. Our success continues and we couldn’t achieve such success without the help of our partners and supporters.
Below are a few of our success from the 2017-2018 year in review.
Continued Change Initiative:
Served over 1,800 teens using Sexual Risk Reduction Programs from 2017-2018.
Trained 21 facilitators on Making a Difference.
Trained 25 facilitators on Making Proud Choices.
Assisted with training 75 individuals on Trauma Informed Care topics to include: Trauma 101, Brain 101 and Trauma/Brain 201.
Assisted with training 25 individuals on Adult Mental Health First Aid.
Parents As Teachers Program:
Provided home visiting services to 125 families completing 1,147 home visits.
Provided services to 15 students enrolled in biweekly program through Richmond Country School System’s Reaching Potential through Manufacturing program.
Completed 72 child health and developmental screenings, making referrals to the East Central Health District Children 1st program, RCSS Special Education and Support Services and/or the child’s pediatrician as appropriate.
Met all program Essential Requirements established by the PAT National Center which qualified APC to participate in the Quality Endorsement and Improvement Process in the coming year.
First Steps Program:
Screened 513 families.
Provided 1,289 referrals to community resources to families during the screening process.
Family Self Sufficiency Initiative:
Bridges Out of Poverty training was conducted for community organizations, agencies, and interested parties as well as a professional development workshop for RCSS Reaching Potential through Manufacturing (RPM) staff.
Implemented the second cohort of the Getting Ahead in a Just Getting by World in late November with 12 individuals.
Received funding from the Cullum Foundation to support the Family Self-Sufficiency Initiative.
Received certification training to facilitate poverty simulations as well as continue to use the Bridges Out of Poverty curricula.