Nation’s First County-Level Pay for Success Program Aims to Reconnect Foster Children with Caregivers in Stable, Affordable Housing

ACS organized a press conference on December 19, 2014 to launch a national model that will help more than 130 homeless families and their children find stability in Cuyahoga County. Here are two stories from the press event, one from and the other from Ideastream. With funding from The Reinvestment Fund, The George Gund Foundation, The Cleveland Foundation, Sisters of Charity Foundation of Cleveland, and Nonprofit Finance Fund, Front Line Service and several local and national partners will provide comprehensive services to reduce the length of stay in out-of-home foster care placement for children whose families are homeless.  More information about the program may be found here:

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