Mission: To engage diverse individuals, families, and communities in the pursuit of social and economic success.
Programs: Early learning 1,469 children participated in preschool activities to develop school readiness skills; 900 parents and other adults have learned and now exhibit improved parenting skills; 1,800 infants and children obtained age-appropriate immunizations and medical and dental care
independent living 5,779 senior citizens were provided services through step office of aging; 3,096 individuals with disabilities were provided services through step programs.
workforce development 2,372 individuals achieved, maintained or improved their employment utilizing workforce development services and/or receiving employment support services such as childcare or transportation assistance
housing options 1,693,630 (revenue 9,045) 801 families seeking to maintain safe and affordable housing were assisted by housing option programs. Community collaboration: 1,010,347 (revenue 147,522) 1,382 diverse individuals,families and communities achieved social and economic success through community learning and service, linkages with other health and human services, or through training/technical assistance to a variety of community organizations.