Multi Agency Planning in Action
Team MAP Showcase
One of the ongoing efforts sponsored by the Ohio Employment First Task Force is to improve community integrated employment for youth with disabiities. MAP (Multi Agency Planning) for employment is a strategic planning training and technical assistance process. In 2017 eleven county based Teams developed plans to increase capacity to serve youth across agencies. Each Team developed a brief video that showcases their progress at the 2 year mark.
- Allen County Multi Agency Partnerships
- GMATT (Geauga Multi Agency Transition Team)
- Lawrence County Team MAP
- Lucas County MAP Team
- Mahoning County MAP
- Medina CAPS
- PACT - Columbiana County
- Pickaway County MAP Team
- Scioto County Transition Network
- Southwest Ohio MAP Team
Strategic Planning Guide
Developed to assist local Multi Agency Teams to become more effective in serving transition youth across agencies. Provides tools and examples to support cross-agency collaboration.
Establishing a Community Multi-Agency Transition to Adult Life Teams
Getting started with a local Community Transition Youth Team? Use these 10 guiding questions to help you get started with the development of a local or county Multi-Agency Team for Transition Youth. This tool could also be used to double-check your plans to implement the Employment First Transition Framework for youth with disabilities in your school district or county.
Local Interagency Agreements
Multiple agencies, schools and providers in many counties have come together to work as a local interagency group to support youth and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities to access community member and employment. Many county teams developed and signed local interagency agreements that outline common goals and priorities to guide practice and collaborative work.