Thriving Families State Steering Committee
How is the State Steering Committee structured?
The State Steering Committee will be the key support team for round one communities in Nebraska. The team will meet regularly (*every other month in 2021) to help implement Nebraska’s Thriving Families plan and provide support to each round one community. The representatives on the State Steering Committee have direct access to leaders of their organization for higher level decision making or support as necessary, including barrier busting support at the state level.
Who are the members of the State Steering Committee?
The State Steering Committee will be a collective group of interagency and interdisciplinary representatives to ensure that they are working together in transformational ways. The members will include: 1) round one community coordinators; 2) parent expert; 3) youth expert; and 4) equity experts. In addition to above representatives, the State Steering Committee includes representatives from: 5) the Division of Children and Family Services; 6) the Nebraska Children and Families Foundation; 7) the Division of Public Health; 8) the Office of the First Lady; 9) the Nebraska Child Abuse Prevention Fund Board; 10) the Court Improvement Project