Funding Considerations

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When considering potential funding for new effective programming, don't always think that you must find new money.

One can look for new money or new ways to use existing money. If you identify a program that has not produced the level of positive outcomes you need, you may want to consider re-directing those resources towards a more effective program or you may want to re-tool the program by applying a revised logic model, modified services and new outcome measures to the current program. Identifying effective early intervention programs with demonstrated results can be more cost effective than more intensive programs implemented after the need has become more pronounced. Re-directing money to effective programming or working with existing service providers to implement evidence-based programs or practices are options worth exploring.

When looking for new money, sources may include:

Funding resources affiliated with OCFS can be found in the Contracts, Grants and RFPs section of the OCFS website.