The Center on Poverty & Social Policy at Columbia University finds the poverty rate in the United States could reach its highest level in fifty years as a result of the economic downturn from COVID-19. It is now more important than ever to empower families in the community who are being hit the hardest in terms of education, finances, mental & physical health, and job insecurity. While we have seen progress through reopening and assistance provisions, we want to provider further action of support for individuals to seize these opportunities.
Our Goal? The CGFP Project seeks to help families in plan development & connect them to resources to achieve the conceptual framework of their family plan thru COVID-19 and beyond. Our Service delivery model includes onsite, service delivery destinations, and virtual experiences.
CGFP Wants to Give You & Your Family the Tools Needed to Succeed!
Family Engagement Coordinator
(812) 463-6948 ext.2208
Funding for this program is provided by CDBG funds administered through the City of Evansville, Department of Metropolitan Development