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22nd of June 2017

Building Capacities that Can Outlive a Pay for Success Project: ICS’s Coaching Model of Technical Assistance

June 22, 2017 By Mary C. Garvey, Associate Director of Pay for Success Financing “If you’ve done one Pay for Success project, you’ve done one Pay for Success project.” This saying in the Pay for Success (PFS) movement speaks to how different each PFS project, and feasibility study, can be. Doing one project has not necessarily […]

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20th of June 2017

PRESS RELEASE: ICS Announces Recipients of Technical Assistance to Support Pay for Success Financing to Improve Early Childhood Outcomes in Oklahoma and Florida

PRESS RELEASE: Institute for Child Success Announces Recipients of Technical Assistance to Support Pay for Success Financing to Improve Early Childhood Outcomes in Oklahoma and Florida Contact: Mary C. Garvey Cell Phone: 202-257-9545 Email: mgarvey@instituteforchildsuccess.org Download press release here Greenville, South Carolina (June 20, 2017) – The Institute for Child Success (“ICS”), a grantee of the Corporation […]

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9th of May 2017

Improving Outcomes for Children: Feasibility Study Findings from Our Second Social Innovation Fund Cohort

May 9, 2017 At the Institute for Child Success, we know and honor that many communities want to do more to improve outcomes for their youngest but lack the resources or strategies to always do so.  We see Pay for Success (PFS) financing as one promising tool to make lives better for children and their […]

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25th of April 2017

Powered by ICS Coaching, City of Tempe, Arizona Moves to Expand High-Quality Preschool

The Institute for Child Success (ICS) is proud to announce an exciting result of a feasibility study it coached in Tempe, Arizona: Tempe has decided to expand free high-quality preschool!   With funds from the federal Social Innovation Fund Pay for Success (PFS) program, ICS has provided technical assistance over 10 months to guide the […]

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18th of April 2017

Voices from PFS Pioneers: “Hello Family” PFS Project in City of Spartanburg, SC

Crossposted from NFF’s Pay for Success website. Original post available here. Published Tuesday, April 18, 2017 | by Katherine Klem, Bryan Boroughs Nonprofit Finance Fund spoke with Institute for Child Success and the City of Spartanburg, South Carolina about the “Hello Family” Pay for Success Project. This blog is part of an interview series with selected project […]

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6th of February 2017

How Henry McMaster can make SC a great place for kids (Cross Post)

JAMIE MOON   Guest Columnist The State As the new leader of our state, Gov. Henry McMaster can continue our progress on early childhood issues — which know no political boundaries but benefit all South Carolinians.  The state reached its highest ranking yet for children’s well-being: 41st in the Annie E. Casey Foundation’s 2016 KIDS […]

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25th of January 2017

South Carolina Pay for Success Discussed at HHS Confirmation Hearing

Senator Tim Scott (R-SC) asked Rep. Tom Price (R-GA), nominee for the Secretary of Health & Human Services, about opportunities for Pay for Success innovation in the department, citing the Nurse-Family Partnership Project in South Carolina. ICS conducted the feasibility study that led to this Pay for Success project, the first in the U.S. to […]

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10th of January 2017

ICS Receives Award from Nonprofit Finance Fund to Support Pay for Success Project in Spartanburg

The Institute for Child Success has received $200,653 from Nonprofit Finance Fund (NFF) as part of a federal effort powered by the Corporation for National and Community Service’s Social Innovation Fund to address entrenched social challenges. The funds will bring Spartanburg partners together around shared goals for improved outcomes for families and children through the […]

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4th of January 2017

Santa Clara County unveils ‘Pay for Success’ mental health plan (Cross Post)

More than a year ago, Santa Clara County embarked on its first “Pay for Success” project — a partnership geared toward permanently sheltering chronically homeless people — and Tuesday officials approved a similar plan to help those with severe mental disorders. “Partners in Wellness” is a plan aimed at getting 250 mentally ill people who use […]

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Salt Lake County Launches 2 PFS Projects to Cut back on Homelessness and Incarceration

Salt Lake County Mayor Ben McAdams’ grand plan is ready to roll — a new approach to finding housing for the homeless and keeping men with drug or mental-health problems from recycling in and out of jail. McAdams formally launched two “Pay for Success” programs Monday, proclaiming that if they succeed as he expects, the […]

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