Community Collaboration

Through cooperation and partnerships, resources are maximized, and organizations and communities are enriched. The Community Collaboration Pathway leads to increased resources for individual and community success.

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Community Collaboration
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Customer Impacts (fiscal year 2014-15)

STEP Linked Families with the following Emergency Assistance:

  • Emergency Food: 25
  • Emergency Fuel or Utility Payments: 208
  • Emergency Rent or Mortgage Assistance: 35
  • Emergency Car or Home Repair: 132
  • Emergency Temporary Shelter: 30
  • Emergency Medical Care: 6
  • Emergency Protection from Violence: 6
  • Emergency Legal Assistance: 11
  • Urgent Transportation: 41
  • Emergency Clothing: 15

 

Customer Impacts (fiscal year 2013-14)

STEP Linked Families with the following Emergency Assistance:

  • Emergency Food: 34
  • Emergency Fuel or Utility Payments: 390
  • Emergency Rent or Mortgage Assistance: 101
  • Emergency Car or Home Repair: 92
  • Emergency Temporary Shelter: 5
  • Emergency Medical Care: 2
  • Emergency Protection from Violence: 9
  • Emergency Legal Assistance: 13
  • Urgent Transportation: 55
  • Emergency Clothing: 7
  • Other Emergency Needs: 2,531

 

Success Story

AMERICORPS NATIONAL LAUNCH
Provided by Daryl Kern, Director


Friday, October 16 marked the National Launch of the AmeriCorps service year. Across the country, AmeriCorps members participated in the National Launch with service projects and swearing-in ceremonies. Local service members from STEP AmeriCorps, CORE Susquehanna, and CentreSERVE joined together at STEP, Inc.’s Clinton County Community Center in Lock Haven for their National Launch activities.

 In addition to the swearing-in ceremony, the AmeriCorps members created over 800 fall-themed favors for Meals on Wheels recipients in Centre, Clinton, Lycoming, Snyder and Union counties. Favors also went to the Children’s Outreach Program of State College.