SRFC's Joint Powers Board includes representation from:
Suburban Ramsey County's four local school districts, ISD's 621 (Mounds View Area Schools), 622 (North St. Paul, Maplewood, Oakdale Schools), 623 (Roseville Area Schools) and 624 (White Bear Lake Area Schools), Ramsey County Human Services, Public Health, Corrections, Library and Workforce Solutions, RAP/Headstart, Keystone Community Services, Northeast Youth and Family Services, CLUES, Solid Ground, City of Maplewood, and several community/parent representatives.
The role of SRFC’s Collaborative Governance...
Is to oversee the design of a comprehensive, integrated, responsive and flexible system of care plan and service delivery model for Suburban Ramsey County; operationalize the service delivery system; support and develop formal and informal resources to support the comprehensive system of care and service delivery model; make optimal use of advisory groups (parents, youth, families and communities) to improve the service delivery model and system of care plan.
SRFC'S Strategic Directions:
- Resource Development: Develop and manage human, financial, social and infrastructure/physical system of care resources.
- Program Development: Increase program quality cultural and linguistic competence and access, affordability and availability of services .
- Partnership Development: Strengthen public-non-profit-private partnerships (School, County, Community Services, City, Business, Parents/Youth and Other Caring Adults) .
- Systems Change: Guide and influence policy, practices and procedures through effective and transformative leadership.