Human Services Planning Board (HSPB) Process for Getting

Human Services Planning Board (HSPB) Process for Getting

Human Services Planning Board (HSPB) Process for Getting from Talk to Action using Results-based Accountability (RBA) December 2015 Results-Based Accountability (RBA) How much did we do? How well did we do it? Is anyone better off? 2 Making Ends Meet in York Region Community Model for Change 3 Process for Getting From Talk to Action Steps What are the key steps? What is this and why is it

important? How does this fit in the Boards work? Identify Target Population RBA starts by identifying a target population. This allows the Board to collectively focus its efforts on a specific segment of York Regions population. The Boards target population is: Low and moderate income residents (households earning $78,000 or less annually) Define Community Result(s) This step defines the conditions of well-being we want to achieve for the target population.

The Board is defining two community results: 1. Housing affordability 2. Progressive employment Discuss Experiences Experiences are the bridge between the results and the indicators. This step grounds the Boards work by asking how the target population experiences the community results (i.e., how do low and moderate income residents see, hear, or feel the housing challenge in York Region?). 1 2 3 4 Process for Getting From Talk to Action

Steps What are key steps? How does this fit in the Boards work Define Indicator Areas Once the community results Indicator areas are defined for both are defined in plain language community results in the Boards and in experiential terms, then Community Model for Change. we can look for data that tells us how we are doing in achieving the results. Baseline Measures A baseline measure is created Baselines allow the Board to define for each indicator area. success as turning the curve away

Baselines have two parts: a from the baseline. historical part that tells us where we have been and a forecast that says where we are headed. Story behind the baselines This step identifies the causes This step will identify the root causes and effects behind the behind York Regions housing and baseline. employment challenges. 4 5 6 What is this and why is it important 5 Process for Getting From Talk to Action What are

Steps the steps? What is this and why is it important? How does this fit in the Boards work? Identify Partners Who are the partners that have a role in improving the community results? Partners could include HSPB Members as well as other individuals and organizations that need to be around the table. Strategy and Action Plan An action plan is created based on set criteria. The Board will engage their individual organizations in turn the curve

discussions to identify individual and collective commitments to support housing affordability and progressive employment opportunities. 7. 8. HSPB will develop housing and employment-related Board Actions that engage all board members. 6 For more information on the Human Services Planning Board: www.york.ca/hspb www.york.ca/makerentalhappen Contact: HSPB Staff Secretariat [email protected] 1-877-464-9675 ext. 72103 7

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