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"I’m convinced we are
at a point where we can achieve larger goals by following collective impact
principles as we work to move individuals and families from homelessness to
stability and safety. We will take our efforts to the next level to focus on
effective, efficient delivery of services, starting with developing goals and
measurable outcomes.” -- Mayor Ben McAdams
Final Resolution & Outcome Measures
Using a Collective Impact approach, Salt Lake County is working with providers and other stakeholders to set a common agenda, determine outcome measures, and foster a culture of continuous improvement in homeless service delivery.
To guide these efforts, Mayor McAdams convened a
Collective Impact on Homelessness Steering Committee in early 2015. Thus far, the Committee has adopted a common vision and unanimously recommends
14 strategically linked outcomes to help redesign the homeless service system and align funding so that we reach our collective vision.