Southern California Program

Coalition for Responsible Community Development

Civic and Community
Los Angeles, CA
December 2017

Serving the high need community of South Los Angeles’ Vernon-Central neighborhood, the Coalition for Responsible Community Development (CRCD) provides education, workforce development and supportive services to change the life trajectories of vulnerable youth ages 16-24 who are homeless, parenting and/or disconnected from work and school.  To meet the multiple needs of these youth more holistically, CRCD’s service locations and referral partnerships have grown in recent years.  A two-year grant from the W. M. Keck Foundation will strengthen CRCD’s capacity to use data organization-wide to more effectively connect and engage youth in services that will reduce barriers to their success.  CRCD will hire a new director of data and analytics and an intake manager to develop a universal intake system and build an integrated data system to track referrals, services received and youth outcomes across multiple departments, programs and partners.  CRCD will provide direct services to 1,000 highly vulnerable youth, including those who are or were involved in the foster care and/or juvenile justice systems.

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